|Janet S G (#47318169)|
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I would like to know where the original picture of Louis Franklin Pierce Lambert and Margaret Missouri Williamson Lambert came from. They are my great-great grandparents on my dad's side. I am descended as follows...them; then their son, Alvin S. Lambert; then his son, Virgil Waymon Lambert; then his son, Hermon Gerome Lambert; then me, Tonya Lambert Daugherty. Thanks for any information you could give me. Also, do you have any pictures or information on any ancestors further back? You can contact me at email@example.com. Also, I live in Holly Pond, AL, not 2 miles from their graves.
|April McIntosh Britt||Louis Franklin Pierce Lambert|
Hello, Janet. Thank you so much for the info and pictures of our ancestors. Louis is my 2nd great grandfather as well. I'm starting to get real interested in ancestry. I'm on ancestry and familysearch. Thank you again for the leg work you have done. If you would like to contact me you can at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Karen Hammett Cook||Delbert Hopper|
|Wes T.||RE: Happy Davis memorial(s) La Flore Co.|
No, I didn't think you had been there. I don't think I said YOU had placed pictures in the wrong cemetery. You must have misunderstood me.
I was telling you, just FYI, that there is another misplaced 'memorial' for the same sailor that YOU have correctly placed at Fairview Cemetery in La Flore County, listed at Panama. No action is necessary on your part, nor was any requested. I like to know when I have created a memorial and then somebody else comes along and makes a totally new one in the (wrong) cemetery.
I think the course of action would be for the other contributor to remove their memorial, so that we don't have the same veteran listed in two different cemeteries. [I'm guessing that the similarity of the two names "Fairview" and "Fair View" may have caused them to select the wrong cemetery when they entered Happy Davis into Find A Grave. They are, of course, different cemeteries]
Apologies if I stuck my nose in somewhere it didn't belong. I don't really have a dog in this fight - I am just a big supporter of our veterans, and I hate to see such inaccuracies.
Added by Wes T. on Jun 24, 2014 6:43 PM
|Wes T.||Hospital Corpsman 3rd DAVIS, Happy|
Did you know there was a sailor by the same name in the Fair View Cemetery at Cameron? I sent that person a message also. It appears to be the same service record, etc., so unless the VA messed up, I don't think he is at both. Just wanted you to know. The other one is at memorial 67274127. Thanks for taking a look.
Added by Wes T. on Jun 20, 2014 8:52 AM
|Judy Ber2c W||Thompson's|
Yeah, they were in a car accident w a 18 wheeler. They died the same day only hours a part.
|Judy Ber2c W||Thompson's|
Thank you so much. It is a tremendous blessing when you find a memorial of loved ones. May God bless you for blessing others (strangers) and making sure everyone has a memorial.
|Karen Hammett Cook||Louisa Hopper|
Louisa is my great-grandmother. Her daughter Lela Hammett, my grandmother, is buried in Box also. Lou's parents, William Boyd and Mary Ann Smith Boyd are buried at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Heflin,Cleburne County,Alabama. Mary Ann's Find A Grave Memorial# 61237698
William's Find A Grave Memorial# 61237641
|Karen Hammett Cook||Lena Faulk, Box Cemetery,|
I have from the Friday, February 18, 1927 issue of the SEQUOYAH COUNTY DEMOCRAT Rural News the section for the Box community, the following:
Mrs. Lena Faulk, daugther of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bledsaw, was called away to weep no more. Mrs. Faulk was only 19 years of age. Her funeral services were held at Box Cemetery. Mrs. Faulk had always lived at Box. She leaves her husband, one child, father and mother and a host of freinds to mourn her loss.
Lena's husband was my dad's first cousin, Oto Faulk. Their only daughter Geraldine, died (I think 1934) and is buried next to Lena.
Karen Hammett Cook
|Don Skelton||Albert Skelton|
Your Albert was my grandfathers brother.His name is Harmon Dozier Skelton and is buried there in Sprio,Ok. I have been doing a lot of research on my line and have a picture of Hiram and Elizabeth and two children, I'm told by Jeanie Skelton Calloway ( fort smith) that one of them is your Albert. I can send you a copy if you don't have it.
Anyway, I been searching for a while to find a picture of my grandfather Harmon Dozier.Didn't know if you had a group picture of Hirams/Elizabeths child at any stage of there life in lefore county.
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