|Nan and Patty (#47206340)|
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Transfers, I do them. I will also make changes for anyone who presents me with information about how they acquired the info. But please ask using the edit tab on the memorial page you want.|
I am Nan on the left. That is Patty, my partner on the right. We grave together. You should see her with a camera. She can leap from the car and have over a hundred photos in less than 30 minutes. Then I do all the computer work.
My family is from two small towns just 7 miles from each other. It did not seem that close when they met. People in that part of MS were thought rich in the 40's if they had a car.
My great-grandmother was born Nancy E Wilson and married a Floyd. My grand mother was born Evie Floyd. My grandmother Evie Lemons is the reason I got into genealogy. I wanted to know about her and her mother Nancy E. Wilson Floyd. After searching and searching. I finally learned that she was married to the brother of Leoni Floyd who married Thomas Miller. She and Thomas became widowed about the same time and helped each other out for a bit. I still have a lot to learn.
Patty, my partner, connected to the Crawford, Hallman, Cunningham, Burford families,
I am connected to the Lemons, three different Wilson families,Floyd, Goolsby and Rhodes.
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|Bailey Stacks||William Bailey|
I am doing some family history searching and one of my grandfathers ( William Bailey: Birth: Feb. 25, 1791 Death: Mar. 9, 1861). He appears to buried at a Bailey Family Cemetery in Marshall County, MS. I was wondering if you could get a photo or if there is any other information you could share with me about this particular grave and cemetery.
|Trudy Haven||Gitters In Pleasant Hill Cemetery|
Thanks for your photo(s) of Gitter tombstone(s). I have two Louis Gitters in my lineage. So far, I can not determine my relationship. However, I believe I am related. Stay tuned. FYI. Thanks again!
|evelyn carrico||Barton Cemetery|
I am curious as why my pics disappeared from this site that I created on Fannie Bailey, I have noticed that many of my sites have been altered. Why is that?
|Dawn Lutes||Charles Lewis Nutt 29147495|
Could you attach both his wives to him Martha Rerniclk 30771555 and Mary May 30771558 Thank you
Would you please transfer my great-grandfather to me?
W T Sanders #30774759
Shari D Moore
Added by SDM on Oct 26, 2012 3:34 PM
I was wondering if you could transfer #11088703 to me. She was my great x3 grandmother. I have a couple of pictures of her that I would like to add to the site. Hope to hear from you soon. Thank you very much.
Added by Jordan on Oct 01, 2012 7:05 PM
|Ellece||Copelands at Austin Creek|
Thank you very much for the transfer even though I did not ask for it. These are cousins and I will continue to add data as I find it.
Added by Ellece on Aug 25, 2012 2:22 PM
|Jeff Gary||Pittman Cemetery Records|
My great grandmother is buried at the Pittman Cemetery but has no stone. Do you know if there are records that show where she is buried and how you'd go about accessing those records?
I don't just research my direct line. I include everybody, even distant cousins and spouses families back generations who are not even blood kin--their descendants are, though. This is why I have over 8,000 people on my Ancestry tree :-)
My grandfather, William Lee Sanders, the son of William Thomas F. Sanders, died before I was born, but my grandmother was very careful to tell me about his three little sisters who died, though she didn't know much. For instance, she failed to mention that WTF had a twin brother. How do you not know that?! I have a death cert for one of the girls, still looking for others.
So, yes, I'm sure. I haven't been as active on Find-a-grave as on Ancestry, but I'm slowly trying to add people. Those who died young or didn't have children have no one else to do it for them, and as the family historian by default, it's kind of left to me.
So, anyway, if you would be kind enough to transfer WT and the three girls to me, I will maintain them and add what biographical info I can.
Added by SDM on Jul 18, 2012 6:38 AM
Sorry, ladies. I just realized you manage these as well, my great aunts who didn't live to adulthood. I'd also like to have them transferred to me. I can add dates to Lovis and Mattie, but little Minnie is still a mystery.
Lovis Sanders #30774764
Mattie Sanders #30774770
Minnie Sanders #30774775
Added by SDM on Jul 17, 2012 4:29 AM
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