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J & J Wiggins (#46940724)
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Bio Photo My husband and I have been doing Genealogy for the last 20 yrs or so. We love to walk the cemeteries and take pictures of the Beautiful old stone's. So many, because of the weather and mother nature, are going to be gone to us, if they aren't captured in pictures.

If I add a picture or Obituary or any other information,to your immediate family that you would like removed, please contact me by the Edit tab and I will remove it from the page in question

Find A Grave is a great tool for Researchers, But more than that it is an absolutely Fantastic Place to give Memory to our loved one's.
Thank you FIND A GRAVE!
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If you have information to add please send it to me and I will add it, if it's information I don't already have. I always try to add information as it is posted. So it may take a day or too, But after posting the memorial, I always go back and check for updates.

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**PLEASE**-- if you take the personal pictures or Obituary's that I have Personaly Transcribed and that I post to Find A Grave Memorials, please have the common decency to list where you got them. I'm finding my personal pictures and Obituary's ALL over Ancestry.com, listing them as belonging to who ever posts them. People that's just NOT right. Not only myself but others who post deserve being credited with ownership, and where the Obits originate from.
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NOTE: If you DO NOT leave a way to contact you back EITHER IN YOUR REQUEST OR BIO PAGE, PLEASE do not send me notices on anything, As I WILL NOT ACKNOWLEDGE THEM! WE SHOULD ALL WORK TOGETHER ON HERE, AND THAT MEANS BEING ABLE TO CORRESPOND WITH EACH OTHER.

Additional NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE OBITUARY'S ON THE "LEAVE A FLOWER" BUTTON. I WILL REPORT IT AS ABUSE, AS THAT IS NOT WHAT THE LEAVE A FLOWER PORTION IS FOR!!

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BettyFan
Sterrett, Acquilla and Hildebrandt, Priscilla
Hi! I see you have entered data for my dear friends, Acquilla Sterrett and her twin sister, Priscilla Hildebrandt. Could you please remove the note that says Acquilla's maiden name may be her sister's married name, Hildebrandt? The twins' maiden name is Wyatt (hence, the W. middle initial for them both).

This is on the page for Price Place Cemetery in Arkansas.

Thank you!
D. Scott
Added by BettyFan on Jun 22, 2016 11:40 PM
JHarrison
RE: Mamie Denney
You are so welcome, thank you,
Judy
Added by JHarrison on Jun 18, 2016 8:58 PM
Steve Bench
RE: Wiggins
Would your Henry Wiggins be John Henry Wiggins, b. 27 Feb 1831 TN who married Cyntha Hyder and is buried in Bruner Cemetery in Christian Co., MO?
Added by Steve Bench on Jun 15, 2016 7:55 PM
Steve Bench
Wiggins
I came across a gravestone picture you added to a Swearengin memorial and noticed your name was Wiggins. I was just curious as to whether or not you were descended from James and Elizabeth (Swearengin) Wiggins who lived in what is now Christian Co., MO in the mid 1800's. I am descended from Hugh Swearengin (1776-186?) of Jackson Co., TN and who was a close neighbor of James Wiggins in the 1840 census of Jackson County and of whom two of his sons, Eli and James, moved to the same neck of the woods as the Wiggins about two years after they did, settling on what is the modern day Douglas/Christian County border. Hugh is believed to be Elizabeth's older brother and Eli and James her nephews. If this is your line I would like to compare notes as I have a pretty good knowledge as to how this family all fits together, actual documentation is at a real premium because of the lack of records in the counties the Swearengins lived in.

Thanks, Steve Bench
Added by Steve Bench on Jun 05, 2016 6:12 PM
Mr. Jones
Charley Lewis Hampton Death Certificate
Hello, it's me again! Sorry for the length of this message but I'm in need of a little help. I found some information on Charley Lewis Hampton (Find A Grave Memorial# 7375016). When my Grandpa Kendall Jones heard I was in a genealogy class, he told me that he had an uncle or great uncle who was shot and killed in an ambush. He didn't quite remember his name but thought it might be "Jack" or something, and after digging around and a few more questions I found that it was not a man named "Jack", but a man named Charley Lewis Hampton, who was married to Patience Rachel Jones (Find A Grave Memorial# 7375029), sister of Charles Egbert Jones (Find A Grave Memorial# 7375414), daughter of Benjamine Brown Jones (Find A Grave Memorial# 70792542), and my great-great-great aunt. What I found was two newspapers, one from "The weekly tribune and the Cape County herald" in September 14, 1917, and the other from "Ripley County democrat" in Doniphan, Mo, of the same date. They both have an article that talks about how a man named Joe W. Long had ambushed Charley, wounding him the first time, and then killing him on the second. The problem is that when I was searching for the death certificate in Missouri, there was nothing to be had on him. The only clue as to why is a small paragraph in the Cape County herald article that says the following:
"Ozarks officials say the shooting was on the Arkansas side of the line. The Marion County authorities declare the crime was committed in Missouri. It may require the work of a surveyor to locate the boundary line and decide in which State the killing took place."
I do not know if this was ever settled, but could it be possible that his death certificate may be in Arkansas records? Also, there was another article in the Cape County herald fifteen days later about Joe Long being accepted into the Army and it mentions the killing of Charley Hampton. The question is: What happened to Joe Long after that day? Was he KIA in World War II? Was he buried? And if so, where at? But, I'm getting ahead of myself. For now, if you could help me locate Charley Lewis Hampton's death certificate, I would really appreciate it, as I would like to show this to Grandpa Kendall.
Your friend,
Clayton
Added by Mr. Jones on May 13, 2016 8:45 AM
Max
Edward Lee Guthrie
For memorial # 158448746, you can now change the cemetery to Roselawn, Calico Rock, Izard County, Arkansas. I have added a photo of the gravestone. The photo was furnished me by Larry Havner.
Added by Max on May 06, 2016 4:17 PM
Max
Sandra Christine Sisk Douglas
The memorial that you added for Sandra Christine Sisk Douglas with not cemetery can now be changed to the Galatia Cemetery, Baxter County. A gravestone was placed today, and I've added pictures (front & back) courtesy of Dolan Acklin.
Added by Max on May 05, 2016 2:48 PM
Ann Montgomery
William V Mashburn Obituary
Thank you for adding the obit. Just wondered if you are related to him. He is my grandmother's brother.
Added by Ann Montgomery on Apr 27, 2016 10:53 PM
Andrew Bristol
RE: Eula Elpha Pyle Huskey
Thank you so much for the obituaries. Eula is my 3rd cousin and I believe got her name from my grandmother Eula Elizabeth Pyle.
Added by Andrew Bristol on Apr 18, 2016 12:00 PM
Andrew Bristol
Eula Elpha Pyle Huskey
Do you have the source for the obituary on Eula's memorial? I would like to have the paper name, location of publisher and date of obituary. Thanks in advance.
Added by Andrew Bristol on Apr 18, 2016 11:25 AM
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