|Lucretia Rodgers (#47245849)|
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I have been involved in genealogy since the early 1970's. It is my passion and I love helping others find the information they want on their ancestors. I have recently moved into the area where most of my ancestors lived and died.|
If you find errors in my entries or if you have more information than I have added, I would be delighted to make corrections, additions or transfer the management to you.
I so much appreciate those who have contributed to this website and other websites to assist those of us seeking to find out more about our family and ancestors. Thanks for your hard work.
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|Rich Fedoush||Brian Burleson #102304655|
It has come to my attention that Brian Burleson is buried in the Black Hills National cemetery in South Dakota, not in Alabama. He has a F.A.Grave memorial there #126131068.
I called Weiss Lake Memorial Gardens in Alabama and they advised me that he is not buried in their cemetery as the obit indicated. A F.A Grave contributor who created the SD memorial contacted the family there in SD and they were suprised that the obit indicated a Alabama burial.
Please consider deleting your memorial.
If you have any questions regarding this and if I can help please e-mail me.
Thank you for the information. I will do some more checking on this and proceed accordingly. Since there is a marker at Providence from the VA, at the very least, it would be a cenotaph. It may be a while before I can look into this since I am headed for California in a few days and have a lot of family affairs that need attention. I really appreciate you letting me know about the other memorial!
Added by cfenters on Oct 13, 2014 2:12 PM
|Tom Coram||RE: Myra Walls Holley|
Hi, Lucretia! My compliments on your excellent work in findagrave. Myra was my mother-in-law. I have been married to her youngest daughter, Kay, since 1975. We live in Talladega. I understand you live nearby in the Gadsden area. Kay and I would love to get with you for lunch or dinner sometime soon to discuss family history. Thanks so much for contacting me! Tom Coram, 433 North Lakeshore Drive, Talladega, AL 35160, (205) 520-4443.
|Debbie Shumaker||RE: Josie Beasley Cash|
You are welcome.
|NGL||RE: Mavis Roden Williams (Forrest Cemetery)|
Thanks for your kind words. I have enjoyed adding a few tidbits to this great website. So many volunteers out there and I'm glad we can say we are part of the team. Hopefully, we can continue adding a few memorials/photos here and there. I love roaming around Forrest Cemetery. Kind regards, Nancy
Added by NGL on Sep 18, 2014 10:23 PM
|Ida Turner||RE: Florence H Walls (Union United Methodist Church, Eclectic|
Of Course. I am so sorry that I did not see your request untill today. I have been off for awhile because of sickness and deaths in my family. I will take it off today. My apoligy.
|Nancy Cornelius||Clarance Wright|
You have a memorial that belongs to this gentleman in Forrest cemetery in Etowah Co. You note that his wife is Clara Mae Brown. Do you know if she has died and where she is buried? If I have my records right she is the daughter of Mamie Gorham, Brown, who was the sister to my husbands great-grandmother. Someone in the family was asking about her this past weekend. Thanks
|Maria Gilliland (Head Hunter)||RE: Grace Allen - Mount Vernon Baptist Church Cemetery|
No problem! They needed to be unearthed anyway bc nobody knew they were there. I believe I may have found another one for somebody too down a different line. Grace was below her brothers. I left the clumps of dirt and grass so you could identify where exactly the markers are located if they should get covered again down the road. Still working on Bales. She is not buried near her parents that I can tell so it will be a matter of walking up on it somewhere. lol
Please vote Al Brown Famous from Anniston 134974505 .Thank you
|Maria Gilliland (Head Hunter)||Grace Allen baby at Mt Vernon|
The other two babies markers were buried pretty deep under the grass and soil. I did manage to locate them and literally dig their markers out but I am unable to verify if Grace is beside them or on the other side of the military Allen marker. There is a rock or broken monument on the right side of the military marker but there seems to be another rock or such just past the other babies to the left. I dug as much as I could with my bare hands today and will go back to try to locate this marker with the appropriate tools, asap. Thanks for your patience. Although this is a well maintained cemetery there is indeed many markers that have been naturally covered over the years. I unearthed about seven today so I hope there will be many more to come to help others find their relatives as well. Maria
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