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Genealogy is one of my hobbies, the others being Jane Austen, movies, website design, and my job.|
And, of course, I love visiting cemeteries and photographing headstones for people. There are some cool, out-of-the-way country cemeteries here in Mississippi, so it's sort of a road trip and a scavenger hunt rolled into one, and you can't beat the feeling of helping people!
If you are the friend or relative of anyone on a record I've added, I will be glad to transfer the admin/ownership over to you, so just let me know. I'm not here for the numbers.
Feel free to use any photo I've uploaded to this site for your family tree on Ancestry or wherever. You don't have to ask. Credit would be nice, but it's not like I'm going to go looking.
The link on my profile will take you to the genealogy site I maintain for my family.
In memory of my sister, Emma Louise Baldwin King (1988-2011), and my dad, Robert Barton Baldwin (1948-2015).
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|Mike & Kay||Springer|
Thank you for the transfer, DeeDee !
|Paul RouLaine||Rosana Rhodes|
thank you for the transfer and for all that you do for Find A Grave
|Kathy Burnette||James E Scott|
Hello, I see you posted the grave for James E Scott born 1809 SC and died 1886 AL. Do you know anything about him, he is my great great grandpa, James Emanuel Scott. I see you have his parents listed as John and Eliza Ann Coleman Scott, but according to Thomas Scott that manages John Scotts grave page, he is the father of James Edward Scott. Both Jame's are listed, but can't both have the same father unless they are twins, they are probably cousins.
Any help would be appreciated,
Thanks, Kathy Burnette
|Merlene Lovelace||Pvt. Hubbard Taylor ID 77687468|
Dee Dee, can you tell me why you feel Hubbard Taylor is buried at Stonewall Cemetary and also why you think this Civil War Pension is for him. His wife was Elizabeth Nancy, but don't know about Mary E. Taylor. Hubbard Taylor is my great grandfather and I was just curious. I don't have this info on him. Would appreciate your input. Thx
|Charlotte Ann Price||Allen Price (1815 -1910)|
Allen Price (1815 - 1910)
Do you have an OBIT or the something that gives Allen's first name...or full name.
I am his GGG Granddaughter
Charlotte Ann Price
|Jeanne ||Gravestone Reading|
This should be read as Robert Nealy Dominick and Mary Jane Martin Dominick. Mary Nealy Dominick Watson is the name of their daughter.
Added by Jeanne on Oct 18, 2016 9:52 AM
|Bennie White||East Cemetery|
DeeDee, I believe the cemetery you requested info on is the East Cemetery (African American). I live in Clarke County. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=2290049&CScn=Stonewall&CScntry=4&CSst=27&CScnty=1523&
|Angela Mahmarian||my gt gt grandmother|
You have no idea how long my cousin and I have been searching for our Gt Gt Gt Grandmother's grave. We cannot thank you enough for posting her gravestone pic. For years we have looked in Stafford,Texas, where she died and just last year found court records that said her casket was sent to Mississippi, but we could not find any record of her over there. We knew her son lived in Clay county but hadn't found his gravesite either. My cousin in Maine saw that you posted it in June. You have made us so happy and especially my Father, who has obsessed about this for years. He is on up in years and not in the best of health, so I am so happy to be able to solve this mystery before his death.
|P. Eadie||Anne Pfeffer Hamilton, Westminster Cemetery|
We just returned from Westminster Cemetery where cemetery records confirm that Anne is buried in the Bartram Section, plot 595 with Andrew (1910) and Elizabeth (1928). Unfortunately, Anne's information is not inscribed on the gravestone. I would be willing to upload this photo to her memorial site or email it to you for viewing if you would like. Please advise. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Sep 11, 2016 7:36 AM
|Ms. Clyde||Harry Bailey|
Your memorial for Harry is 29333551
Retired Msgt. Harry G. Bailey Sr., 77, died Friday, May 25, 2001, at Providence Hospital in Columbia. He was a son of the late Samps W. Bailey and Mary Bolding Bailey of Starkville, Miss. He was a Master Mason, Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. He was also a member of American Legion Post 182 in Columbia.
Msgt. Bailey participated in the initial assault of Utah Beach on D-Day with Company E, 8th Infantry Regiment, where he received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Clusters. He was also in the Battle of the Bulge and served his country for 41 years in Federal Service.
Surviving are his son, Harry G. Jr. of Columbia; daughters, Donna Deschenes of Fort Collins, Colo., and Rebecca Moraski of Greenville; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Dunbar Funeral Home. Published in The Greenville News on May 27, 2001.
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