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Olive Oyl (#46829644)
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Bio Photo family genealogist 30+ years! Member of local Historical Society, DAR and other Genealogical and Historical organizations.

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Diane Gravlee
RE: McMillan at nettleton
Yes, it was a bit of a challenge for Nancy's as it was in two parts; the top was laying against the bottom part. We cleaned both up and managed to balance the top on the bottom long enough to take the photos. We replaced the top back down in front on the bottom for safe keeping.
Added by Diane Gravlee on Mar 31, 2015 6:12 PM
Dorothy Plumb
John Byrd
Could he be John McClain Byrd Jr., b 1832 to John McClain Byrd Sr. and Mary Jane "Polly" Davenport Byrd, Cape Girardeau County MO.
Added by Dorothy Plumb on Mar 22, 2015 9:27 PM
C Robison
RE: Sr Mary Virgil Bryan
You're welcome.
Added by C Robison on Feb 18, 2015 5:17 PM
RE: Johnson Family in Yalobusha County
Your welcome. As far as I know I am not related to any Johnsons, but you never know what you might find as you are researching! I have been going to different cemeteries trying to get marker photos of my family members and my husbands family members and realized that there were many other find a grave memorials that did not have pictures on them. I figured that since I was already at these cemeteries I would go ahead and try to take pictures of all the markers and add them to those with out photos in hopes of helping others.
Added by canthony64 on Feb 16, 2015 12:28 PM
Linda Wiesner
RE: Duke at Mt. Pleasant
Thank you so much!
Added by Linda Wiesner on Feb 13, 2015 6:44 PM
Linda Wiesner
Robert Beverly Duke and parents
I think that my 3rd g-grandfather, Robert Beverly Duke # 70943549, is buried next to or near his parents in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Rose Creek, McNairy County, Tennessee. His parents were Thomas D. Duke # 68920354 and Jane Elvira Duke # 68920290. Would it be possible for you to take a picture of his headstone that includes their headstones in the same photo? I would greatly appreciate it.
Thank you very much.
Linda Wiesner
Added by Linda Wiesner on Feb 11, 2015 10:18 PM
Bill Randolph
RE: Abraham Randolph
Looking forward to hearing from you. :)
Added by Bill Randolph on Feb 06, 2015 10:21 AM
Shirley Stewart Milford
M J Findley and George W Moore
Olive, thank you so much for the grave photos for M J Findley and George W Moore in Mount Zion Cemetery. George was my g.g.grandfather so I was especially pleased to see his tombstone.

His wife Catherine, Katherine or Kitsey Moore is buried in the same cemetery. But she died about 20 years before George - so I'm wondering if that small stone next to George might be for Katherine. I submitted a photo request for her in Nov 2013 but it has never been fulfilled... maybe it couldn't be read. Did you happen to notice if there was any writing on it but maybe just not legible? If so, do you think pressing aluminum fold lightly on it would help to read it?

Added by Shirley Stewart Milford on Feb 04, 2015 10:01 PM
Bill Randolph

I'm wondering if we are related. Abraham Randolph 1762 Caswell, North Carolina, United States is my 4th Great Grandfather.
Added by Bill Randolph on Feb 04, 2015 7:24 PM
Peggy Smith Wolfe

I have been researching letters written by Mildred Case of Adamsville TN to my mother, Tiana Godwin. In a letter dated May 16, 1933,Mildred says, "Saturday we all went to the graveyard decoration at Mt. Vinson. Clyde Massengill’s family was there. It was their little boy buried the last Sunday of last May you know – Ernie’s little brother. They moved above Henderson last year." I cannot find a find-a-Grave memorial to this little boy; I don't know his name or how he died. But there is a story with the memorial for
Francis Marion Massengill, II, at the Leapwood Cemetery nearby that has me puzzled since there are two memorials with the same dates. Can you shed any light on this mystery?

Added by Peggy Smith Wolfe on Jan 12, 2015 7:41 PM
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