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Michael S. Ray (#47474235)
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Beth Austin
RE: Bluff Springs Cemetery
Thank you for this information. The funeral home in Winona was wanting to contact them about a burial they had at Bluff Springs. I guess they finally got in contact with someone.
Added by Beth Austin on Apr 15, 2016 4:48 PM
Beth Austin
Memorial #80100421
Michael, I have an obituary for John Smith and would like to see if you will add it for me. Or I will be glad to add it if you will give me a temporary transfer on this memorial. Thank you.
Added by Beth Austin on Apr 11, 2016 1:22 PM
Beth Austin
Bluff Springs Cemetery
Michael, do you know who to contact to get approval for a grave being dug at Bluff Springs Cemetery?
Added by Beth Austin on Mar 02, 2016 12:03 PM
Pat Goodman
Allen A Chapman
Allen Chapman is my Great great grandfather. I found these records of him in Russell County, Al. Court house. I have a family history on Ancestry.com and all the children. I do not recall a Anderson Chapman. My Chapman's are from Virginia. On of the first to settle in that State.
Sophia Chapman Fuller(my line) is the last child born to Allen A. Chapman and first wife Susanna Thompson. They were married in Halifax County, Virginia in 1818.
Allen and his brother Edward are buried at St.Anthony Cemetery or Green Head along with their wives. Allen first settle in Eatonton, Putnam Ga. for a short while before coming to Alabama. His 3 oldest girls were born in Virginia, 2 girls were born in Georgia and the rest were born in Alabama. I hope this has helped. If I can help anyway, i would be glad too.
Where in your Anderson Chapman from and where did he settle? Pat
Added by Pat Goodman on Oct 20, 2015 8:51 AM
Precious Memories
Hi
I just have to ask, do you have a sister named Jeannie, a sister named Brenda, mom named Sue? I think I got those names right. I am looking for my childhood friend named Jeannie Ray. I think I have asked every Jeannie Ray in the Country> saw your name, knew she had a brother named Michael > had to ask. Just let me know if by a miracle it's you > if not, just delete this and forgive me if it was a bother. Sandy
Added by Precious Memories on Jun 27, 2015 6:10 PM
Paul Armstrong
Mary Pennal
Mike,

I got a picture of Mary's marker today, as best I could anyway. The sun was behind it and the stone is faint, but I was able to make out most of her name and the grave was where it was recorded in the 1971 census of the cemetery. Hope this helps.

Paul
Added by Paul Armstrong on Jun 26, 2015 2:06 PM
Paul Armstrong
RE: 62056881
Yeah, I thought he looked a bit older. Glad to help.
Added by Paul Armstrong on Jun 21, 2015 5:57 AM
Paul Armstrong
RE: Robert Pennal photo
You're welcome, Mike. I found that picture on ancestry.com. Hope to go up to New Chapel in the next couple weeks and I'll try to get a picture of his wife's marker.

Paul
Added by Paul Armstrong on Jun 20, 2015 6:15 PM
Margaret Rorick Beach
RE: Samuel Rorick
Very interesting. Good work! I hope you will keep in touch with me about your findings. I will let you know if I find out anything. Thank you.
Added by Margaret Rorick Beach on Apr 21, 2015 9:53 AM
Margaret Rorick Beach
RE: Samuel Rorick
I found a Samuel Rorick in the 1820 Census - Pennsylvania

I don't have a wife. Could she be Permelia Smith? I don't know his parents.

I have info on James Madison Rorick but I couldn't link him to parents.





Added by Margaret Rorick Beach on Apr 20, 2015 6:13 PM
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