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K. Scott Jessup Jr. (#46603620)
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Bio Photo Name K. Scott Jessup Jr.
Interests are Genealogy, gardening, hybridizing daylilies and my little boy Kevin III. Names I am researching for my wife in the Georgia area are: Studstill, Marchant, Fulford, Anderson, Cravey, Harper, Randolph, and Wells. In Alabama: Crumpler, Miller, Beasley, Skinner, and Mississippi: Jacks. I have a grandmother born to Lithuanian immigrants (Stulginskis), a great grandfather born to Scottish immigrants (Anderson) and a great grandmother born to Slovakian immigrants (Estock).
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Alice Thomsen
Allen Evans Langston
He is a 6th C2R to me. Thank you for taking and uploading his graveside photo.
Added by Alice Thomsen on May 06, 2014 12:02 AM
Stephanie Langston
baby Boy Ammons
The story behind him not having any death records is because he was born at home Stillborn and was placed in a box and buried by his father in the Leverett Family Cemetery. His grave was under a tree, but the tree had been cut down and only an indention remains. I was shown by Grandma Ammons were he was buried and that is where the marker sits with his name.
Added by Stephanie Langston on Apr 30, 2014 12:26 PM
Terri Stewart
SMITHS
Scott,
Thanks for the transfer, and don't worry about taking a while to get it done. I work full time and am bringing grandkids up, so I understand all about not getting everything done instantly. Since I don't get back to Georgia anymore, I really appreciate y'all who have created monuments to my family members. Keep up the good work.
Thanks again,
Terri
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Added by Terri Stewart on Jan 26, 2014 5:39 PM
Ruth Breslin
Agnes MERRITT Anderson
Hi Scott. Thank you so much for transferring this memorial to me. You were so quick to respond! Thank you again. I really appreciate it. ~ Ruth
Added by Ruth Breslin on Jan 21, 2013 7:16 AM
Patricia Swingle
Elzia L Jessup
I spelled Elzia's name incorrectly on my first message on this date. Please correct from Eliza TO Elzia.
Thanks
Patricia Welker Swingle
Added by Patricia Swingle on Dec 04, 2012 4:49 PM
Patricia Swingle
Eliza Lafayette Jessup
Eliza Jessup and Edna Snell Jessup had seven children. The seventh child's information is as follows:
Nina L. Jessup
Born October 1, 1919; Danville, Vermilion, IL.
Died: April 13, 1987; Danville, Vermilion, IL.
Married: Oscar Vernon Welker on October 1, 1939; Danville, Vermilion, Illinois
Nina L. Jessup Welker and Oscar Vernon Welker are buried at Sunset Memorial Park, Danville, Vermilion, Illinois

Patricia Ann Welker Swingle
Daughter of Oscar Vernon and Nina L Jessup Welker
Added by Patricia Swingle on Dec 04, 2012 4:45 PM
April Hyde Horsefield
owners of kemp cemetery
i have begun looking for the owners of kemp cemetery. i wanted to check if it has been "adopted" by anyone. i am interested in doing that and helping keep it maintained. any help would be appreciated.
thanks
april horsefield
Added by April Hyde Horsefield on Jul 09, 2012 7:58 PM
Nancee Russell
Dorothy and Stephen Anderson
Would you allow me to copy the photos you have of your grandparents for my tree. I am researching the Straders and as you know Dorothy is the granddaughter of Lula Strader Knight.
Added by Nancee Russell on Dec 21, 2011 9:40 PM
Seerenity
Annie Sparrow Photo
Thank you very much for the photo. I appreciate your help.
Have a great day.
Added by Seerenity on Jun 29, 2011 2:41 PM
richokeefe
Buddy Wright
Scott,

Thanks for taking & posting the great photo of Buddy's marker. I noticed in the first photo, it looks like Frances, his wife, is next to him. If so, I'll set up a record for her & a photo request. Would you then post the first photo to her memorial also?

Rich O'Keefe
Added by richokeefe on Jun 29, 2011 4:33 AM
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