|Bob Patterson||RE: Tut Martin|
I think all of the requests have been made to get everyone where they belong. It will take a few days to see the results. I will continue to monitor the memorials to see when everything is done.
Hope your trip to Jackson went well. Good to see you home again.
|John Lawshe||Re: Cherokee Hawkins|
Hello Cousin Charles,
Nice to hear from you. Thanks for the update on Cherokee's gravesite. I had heard of other researchers failing to find her grave. Now I know why!
Thanks again, wishing you well,
John Ware Lawshe
|Bob Patterson||Tut Martin|
Charles: Thanks for the transfer of Tut. I was able to link her to her other nine siblings and her parents. I appreciate you making this possible.
|NatalieMaynor||RE: Beth Eden Lutheren cemertary|
I wish I could help, but I've been there only a couple of times when traveling between Jackson and Starkville and don't know anything about who might have cemetery info. The next time I'm in the State Archives, I'll try to remember to check the cemetery books to see whether there's one for Winston County.
|Annelle Taylor||Old Hardy Cemetery|
The Old Hardy Cemetery that I know is in Grenada County, Mississippi near the little village of Hardy MS. It is also called the Bowles Cemetery. This cemetery is located on family land on Thomas property in Beat 4 on North Archie Jackson Rd. I have several family members buried there Henry C. Carpenter and his daughter, Eula . My great great grandfather and my great grand aunt who passed away at 11 years of age. This Cemetery has been here since the Civil War because my Great great Great Grandfather Randolph McCreary was buried here dying from measles in Grenada MS in the Civil War.
|Dee Burris Blakley||Meek ancestors|
I see you are maintaining Virginia Tennessee Meek's memorial.
We have some Meek ancestors in common, it would seem. I am James Alexander Meek's great great granddaughter from his first marriage to Mary Emily Conner.
|Jerry Owen||Old Hardy|
Do you have the county road number for the Old Hardy Cemetery in Benton County?
Jerry W. Owen
|Randall Smart||Mr Dawkins|
my name is Randy Smart, Having been born and raised in hardy, I wanted to ask you if you had ever inquired to the "other " Hardy cemetery from the early 1800's I dont know what family you are looking for, but they may also be buried there. If you would like more info, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Forever loved: Beatrice||RE: Ethel Lee Wilbourn Groves|
I've already transferred Ethel to you.
Have a great weekend..Bea.
Hello, I have a question. There is a cemetery - Old Hardy Cemetery. There is a tombstone there for N.C. Carpenter wife of Henry Carpenter. There is no death date on the stone. Do you have any suggestions as to how to go about getting this death date. Any help would be appreciated.
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