|Monica Mullins||James Alan Strickland|
Pamela, is James Alan the son William Thomas and Oma Loraian Strickland from Wayne Co, Ga? If so do you have any idea where William Thomas and Oma are? I have been searching for them also.
I hate to tell you but he was exhumed from Winchester on 24th March 1920.
Added by James on Sep 08, 2014 3:55 AM
|Terrie J. Washington||Lewellen/Washington|
I am wondering if we are related. My 2nd great grandparents were John C Washington & Margaret A Lewellen of Randolph, formerly Buckhorn? and the Washington community. There are many variations to the spelling of Lewellen. John C Washington first lived with his grandfather and new bride Margaret Lewellen (1860) when coming to MS from AL he was John C Halford of Sarepta, Calhoun, MS.
|Robert youngblood||Samuel Youngblood|
Hi does Samuel Youngblood have a son named Andrew w. Youngblood? he would be my grandfathers great ,great ,great
grand father. thanks Robert Youngblood
|Mark Blasingame||So sorry :-(|
I apologize for misspelling your last name. I got in a hurry and didn't see any way to fix it.
|Mark Blasingame||Armon Louise Bufkin|
Hello Ms. Strictland.
I did not find an Armon Louise Bufkin in the Antioch Cemetery in Copiah County, Mississippi, but I did find a Harmon L. Bufkin, who also passed away in the year 1890. The tombstone does not have a date of birth though.
If you feel this is not the correct tombstone, just let me know and I'll delete it.
|Karen Pfirrman||Infant Chandler|
Pamela, I did upload a photo for your Infant Chandler posting for Elmhurst cemetery. I'm not sure it is the correct Chandler as this child - at just over 1 year old was named - Cecil. I did not close your request. Please let me know as I will be back at the cemetery in the near future and will continue to search for a more generic infant Chandler.
I recently claimed your photo requests for Cora Ann Hackett and Aubrey Lee Hackett. I have the photos, but they are too large to upload. I am working on the problem and will upload them as soon as I am able.
I did take a couple of additional photos of the section marker and a lovely statue that marks the area as "The Good Shepherd" section of Green Lawn Cemetery. I will upload these photos as well, as soon as I can figure out how to compress the photos into an accectable size to upload.
Sorry for the delay.
|Betty Jones Mikell||Elizabeth Peacock|
I'm honored to transfer Elizabeth Peacock to you for safe keeping. I'd much rather a descendant takes care of the memorial. Happy days..
|Connie Beth||RE: DANIEL BAGWELL|
So we are cousins. I have not been online for a while, so thank you for letting me know. I love family and getting to know more history. Do you have stories or photos? Mine have been lost over the years.
|[View all messages...]|