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Foster in Pittsboro and Calhoun County, MS, and in Centerville, Arkansas.
Brooks in Coffee and Williamson County, Tennessee.
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Thanks to Edda for the sponsor of My Dad Bobby memorial
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|Jerry McGinty||John Rooks|
You show my g,g, grandfather, John Rooks buried in the Wright-Rooks cemetery in Randolph Co., AL. Is it possible to get a photo of his gravestone? Also, his wife, Harriet Wright might be buried next to him.
|debbie hendrix||RE: Williamson County|
yes, my great grandfather was a minister in the Church of Christ, and married many people!
|Daniel Forman||RE: Jetty|
|Norman Hymel||Mrs. Asa Hearne|
This might be Easter Mary Jane Benton. Wife of Asa Hearne born in Georgia. She was born in Alabama, married 1823 in Georgia. One son was the Sheriff of Randolph Co.. Where did you get the story of the snake bite?
|Marie||RE: Harris Cemetery|
I know he has a headstone on the grave. I picked it out when I was about 3 years old and my maternal grandparents bought it. I think the picture is of a different grave. His grave is by the tree along the side fence of the cemetery. The headstone has a lamb on one side of it. Thank you though for getting back in touch with me I really appreciate it.
Added by Marie on Mar 31, 2015 7:36 AM
I want to thank you for posting my father's grave up, but I have to admit that I don't understand why you did. Please don't get me wrong as I said I am grateful, just confused as to why and how you even found him. Please let me know when you get a chance.
Added by Marie on Mar 24, 2015 10:47 PM
|Jerry W. Ferguson||Winnie Davis Hunnicutt Ryals|
Thanks for the transfer; I always appreciate all you do for Find A Grave.
|Laurie Skogsberg Mattson||RE: Guffey|
Thank You Mike, I do not have any actual documentation to support who Henry "Hal" Guffey's father is. I've used the book by Joseph Guffey as my guide. He was so passionate about his research and his documentation with his research. Since we may never have that actual piece of paper that can give us a definite link, perhaps one day a DNA test will be able fill in all the question marks for us.
|Laurie Skogsberg Mattson||Alexander Govouch McGuffey|
Hello omikeo, I was looking at the memorial for Joshua D Guffey 1811-1901, memorial number 47434995. In this memorial it states that Alexander Govouch McGuffey 1681-1769, had a son James 1707-1769, who had a son James Guffey 1734-1786 who had Henry Hal Guffey 1771-1876. I have the book by Alvin Joseph Guffey stating that Henry Hal Guffey's father was Ephraim Guffey and his wife Nancy. Do you have any documents that support Henry "Hal" Guffey being the son of James Guffey 1734-1786? I did find a Virginia Land record for Alexander Govouck McGuffy where he left land to James but I've not found any documentation to support who Henry "Hal" Guffey's real father is. Any help you could give me to support exactly who Henry "Hal" Guffey's father really is would be much appreciated
|Debi & Scott Morris||Confederate at Fort Donelson|
I communicated with you about a Confederate soldier you had listed as buried at Fort Donelson National Cemetery, Dover, TN. I forget the soldier's name, and would like to do a bit of research on him while my husband and I are assigned here at Fort Donelson, if this is ok with you.
Please contact me directly at: Debit1351@gmail.com with the Confederate soldier's name & unit, you said he was from Mississippi, and my husband and I will see if we can get a better understanding of where his unit was and possibly get pictures of where he may have fallen.
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