|Gwen Langley Pittman (#46852787)|
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I was born in Jones County Mississippi to Glaston Rayvon Langley Sr. and Etta West of Wayne County Mississippi. I am the second child of four. I married Charles Pittman in Hinds County, Ms. Charles is from Marion County, Ms, son of James (Jim) Pittman and Gursia Rowell. We now live in Brandon, Ms. Charles and I had three sons and four granddaughters and two great-grandchildren. We lost our oldest son, Charles Gregory (Greg) Pittman Sept 13, 1997 in an auto accident. Our other two sons live close to us. If you find any mistakes I have made on find a grave please email me.|
I want to thank each and everyone of you for all the beautiful flowers you have left for my loved ones. You are all so kind.
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|Virginia Wilson Bailey||Anna Pate & John Pate, Sr., Wayne Co., MS.|
Thank you Gwen! I do plan to start at the Wayne Co., Library in Waynesboro. I also, have a paper showing where Anna bought some land in Wayne County, MS. So, I will check land records at the courthouse. Anna (Ann, Annie)Pate should be buried with her son Willis Pate. I am not sure about John Pate, Sr. but, they married in Wayne County. In 1880 her P.O. Box was Waynesboro, MS.
I believe that John Pate, Jr. died in 1861 during the early stages of the CSA War. He is probably buried in Florida. His personal items were sent home to his mother. Maybe, Washington County, Florida.
|Virginia Wilson Bailey||The family of Nancy Pate West, Wayne County, MS.|
I have been doing a lot of research on this family. Thanks to you I have learned a great deal about them. -- Do you have any information on John Pate, Sr. and Anna Coward Pate's burial place? I can not find anything! I know that John died before 1845 and Anna died after 1880-1885. I believe that Anna died in Wayne County MS. -- I am planning a trip to Waynesboro, MS. to do some research and visit the cemeteries in that area. I am trying to get things together before I make this trip. -- Drew Pate and Elizabeth Jane Parker are my GG-Grandparents. DNA Testing from our Pate line shows that our name changed during the mid to late 1700's from McCain to Pate. I have some information on this but nothing much to work with yet. -- Any help or information would be appreciated. Thanks, Virginia Wilson Bailey, Louisiana
|Terry Rasberry||Joseph E. Brown|
Thanks very much for the memorial transfer.
|Brandon L. Wallace||Transfer|
Will you please transfer my great uncle Ike Henderson (22598711) to me? Thank you in advance.
|Barbara Traylor Sumrall||Nellie Jean Sumrall|
Thank you so much for the obit on Nellie Jean, I was in the hospital with my husband for the past week and couldn't get to a computer. She was my husband's Aunt by marriage. Thank you for all your hard work on find a grave.
|hollidaywoman||George Otis Fail|
Dear Gwen: Just wanted to drop a line regarding George Otis Fail memorial 107174634 in Waynesboro City Cemetery, Wayne Co., Ms.
George Otis Fail's dod is in question. First, there is no photo of his marker to confirm or dispute dates. His dob is supported by WWI Draft Registration Records. However, Otis had a brother, in particular, (i.e.) Leroy Watkins Fail who died in 1937 in Jefferson Co., Tx. (see memorial 76866647) Leroy's obit posted there states that Otis survived him and was living in Chicora at the time (1937). To add fuel to this fire...if you note that Otis is a Mason and was married to Ella Fail, it isnt likely the dod is correct as it would make the couple only 16 years old at the time of his death. ( I believe this is most likely a typo error made in the Strickland/Edwards Records of Wayne Co. cemetery book B. It is also odd, but not unheard of that he died on his birthday...just saying...It is likely he actually died in 1940 and the numbers were inverted, but I cannot know that for sure without photos of the headstone. I thought you might want to make a note on his memorial stating that the dod is in question. Thanks, Gwen! Hope you are doing well. sincerely, Cindy (aka hollidaywoman)
|Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur||RE: Sarah Pitts Hathorn|
Gwen thank you for putting it on.
|Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur||RE: Sarah Pitts Hathorn|
Your welcome i was wondering if you were related.
|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||misspelled word|
I left a flower for your son and misspelled the word peace. I did not know how to correct it. Would you please fix it for me?
|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Morrison, Hill, Lyda, Jones,Justus and many more|
Gwen, thank you so very much for the help you give to others thru Find a Grave. You are so generous with your time and talents. You have made it possible once again for me to visit cemeteries of my extended families graves. I can no longer physically visit due to age & health.
I am trying very hard to get as much info on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker as I can for my descendants and others to see their heritage.
I hope you will not mind my making copies of your photos for my family files. God bless you for helping others and may you be able to continue for many years.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
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