|Kevin Evans (#47264252)|
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|I've been interested in genealogy and gravespotting most all my life. I'm working on my kids ancestry; Evans, Swain, Watkins, Johnson, Allred, Broughman, Parks, Ryan & related families.|
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|Renee Wisniewski||Seldom Bertrand Thomas|
I have seen that my ggg grandfather, Seldom Bertrand Thomas is listed on find a grave twice, is there a way to combine the information with that. I am getting ready to have a confederate cross delivered there in honor of his bravery.
|DAVID HUMPHRIES||FLORA MCDONALD|
Her first husband was elbert chamblee, my g grandfathers brother. didn't he die in the civil war and is buried at shockalo? family history says that his bro john david died in the war also. one brought the others body home and died while there.
|Rita Graves||oh, and|
oh, and you're my 3rd cousin, once removed!
|Rita Graves||photo that you've requested|
I see that you've requested a tombstone photo from Morrow Cemetery, Neshoba County, Miss. for Angus Nicholson. He is my second great grandfather. In May of 2002, I saw his tombstone. It had broken in half at the cemetery, was removed and taken to Dixon Presbyterian Church until the Nicholson clan decided what to do about it. Otis Junior seemed to be in charge at the time, but apparently he died before any decision was made. The last time I saw the tombstone, it was "nothing to write home about"; it was a concrete looking slab about 4 feet long that had broken in half. The information on it appeared to have been etched in the concrete with a nail, and the elements had taken a toll; it wasn't legible. My sister and I attempted to take a chalk rubbing from the surface, but even that wasn't legible. Angus' stone was not nearly so grand as his wife's (Sarah Morrow) marker. So... you might want to delete your request, and make another request with the comments that the stone itself may still be lying on a table in a sunday school room at the Dixon Presbyterian Church in Dixon, Ms.
I am looking to see if Carl Thomas buried in Socapotoy Cemetery in Coosa County, is this a she and was she married to william edgar thomas. William is my great grandfather and looking to see if his first wife Carl, it is what my mom used to call her, if this is the same person in the Thomas family.
|MyrtisJane||Frances Virginia "Fannie" Strahan Sellers|
Thank you again for helping me with my photo requests. I have been able to help with some photo requests here in Georgia.
|MyrtisJane||Sellers in Collins Cemetery|
Thank you so very much! This is a large cemetery! Hope you enjoyed hunting down my kinfolk's graves. I appreciate your time and the great pictures! They will add substance to my genealogy data! I see where you found and posted other Sellers grave stones in this cemetery. I appreciate that also!
|Sherri Burroughs Kemp||Milton Andrews|
Thank u so much for the pic i have been waiting to get the pic for my tree.
Sherri Burroughs Kemp
|Roger Bingham||Amy Quick|
Thanks for taking time to take the photo.
|Bobbye Varner||My Error|
10 April 2010, Sat.
Thanks Keven for the transfer, apparently I only forgot to write back on the one. Will be up-dating all these people I requested. Remind me later if you want other Watkins, at the moment I would probably just confuse your issues too. Thanks again, Bobbye Varner
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