|Nan and Patty (#47206340)|
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Transfers, I do them. I will also make changes for anyone who presents me with information about how they acquired the info. But please ask using the edit tab on the memorial page you want.|
I am Nan on the left. That is Patty, my partner on the right. We grave together. You should see her with a camera. She can leap from the car and have over a hundred photos in less than 30 minutes. Then I do all the computer work.
My family is from two small towns just 7 miles from each other. It did not seem that close when they met. People in that part of MS were thought rich in the 40's if they had a car.
My great-grandmother was born Nancy E Wilson and married a Floyd. My grand mother was born Evie Floyd. My grandmother Evie Lemons is the reason I got into genealogy. I wanted to know about her and her mother Nancy E. Wilson Floyd. After searching and searching. I finally learned that she was married to the brother of Leoni Floyd who married Thomas Miller. She and Thomas became widowed about the same time and helped each other out for a bit. I still have a lot to learn.
Patty, my partner, connected to the Crawford, Hallman, Cunningham, Burford families,
I am connected to the Lemons, three different Wilson families,Floyd, Goolsby and Rhodes.
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Could you please transfer the folks in Crump Cemtery, Marshall County to me? The cemetery is located on my property and I would like to add to their information as I get it.
|Sue Lee Johnson||Sgt James Willie Lemons|
I just want to tell you that the story of your family on this memorial page was so interesting and so well written. It just griped my attention and I read every word. I had just made a page for George Ray Lemon and since there were not many Lemon's I was just checking to see if I might find his spouse, when I clicked on the page of James Willie Lemons. It would be lovely if every veteran had such a nice addition to their page. Thank you for adding it.
Sue Lee Johnson
|Steven McAlexander||Jackson Grave Issue|
2 graves, 1 marker, same dates.
You added James Marian Jackson, Dean Cemetery, Marshall County MS.
But it seems his gravesite?(maybe) is actually Hillcrest Cemetery, Marshall County MS.
Memorial # 11734406 is the Hillcrest site with picture.
Memorial# 64995269 is the one you guys added.
Since everything jives as far as dates, do you have any evidence that James is buried in one vs the other? Thanks!
|Marilyn West Honda||Gilbert Boyce|
I left numerous messages requesting that you link
Gilbert with his family. He is the last one I have been working on tirelessly to give him his rightful place with his family.
Please, Please, Please, link Gilbert. I have left all the information on his memorial. I am the one who requested a photo of his memorial and thankfully
a kind contributor was able to fulfill the request.
If you would please consider transferring him to me
I would like to give him all the memorial he deserves. West-Boyce-Whitaker family tree. ancestry.
|Sylvia Perteete||Benton and Dean Families|
Hopeful that you can help me out. I am descendant of the Benton and Dean families who were brought to Marshall county Mississippi as slaves. Some of my ancestors were buried at Mt Pisgah after the civil war. Others may have been buried in the family plots of the Deans and Benton families. I'm wondering if you can help.
Sylvia Benton Perteete
|Katie Hanes McClain||Memorial for Dorothy M. Merklin, 61001339|
Not understanding the note on this memorial for Dorothy M. Merklin, death 1930, buried in the Parks Nebraska, Dundy Co, cemetery "husband of May Watts". This was an infant child. Couldn't get edit system to work so posting public message. Thanks for any assist. This is a cousin of mine.
|Bailey Stacks||William Bailey|
I am doing some family history searching and one of my grandfathers ( William Bailey: Birth: Feb. 25, 1791 Death: Mar. 9, 1861). He appears to buried at a Bailey Family Cemetery in Marshall County, MS. I was wondering if you could get a photo or if there is any other information you could share with me about this particular grave and cemetery.
|Trudy Haven||Gitters In Pleasant Hill Cemetery|
Thanks for your photo(s) of Gitter tombstone(s). I have two Louis Gitters in my lineage. So far, I can not determine my relationship. However, I believe I am related. Stay tuned. FYI. Thanks again!
|evelyn carrico||Barton Cemetery|
I am curious as why my pics disappeared from this site that I created on Fannie Bailey, I have noticed that many of my sites have been altered. Why is that?
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