|Sandra Garrett (#46193265)|
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Just a gal who loves history and occasionally dabbles in her family genealogy.|
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|Tony Middleton||Grew up on Lem Turner Rd|
I was just reading over Lem Turner's Find A Grave page and I saw your comment there that said you grew up on Lem Turner Rd. So did I - about five lots south of the intersection of Lem Turner and Capper. My folks owned property there from Sept 1949 until I sold it in September 1999.
|Del Garrett||James Monroe Garrett|
I found this site while searching for information on my father, James Monroe Garrett, also known as Monroe or Monk. Interesting that both he and the James Monroe Garrett in Florida had the same name and even used their middle names. My father is buried in Texas. I wonder if any Garrett relations might have a Sam Henry Garrett (my grandfather) in their family tree. Dad's siblings were Franklin, General, Larkin, Dora and Polly -- Dad was born in Savannagh, TN but I'm guessing the family migrated their out of Missouri. Uncle General was from East Praire, MO. I don't know much about that side of the family and welcome any information that anyone might have. Best way to contact me is on FaceBook. I'm the novelist and poet, Del Garrett, from Jacksonville, AR. Thanks for your consideration.
I am ISO my father's birth mother. Her name is Barbara Kirkland and is from Jacksonville, FL. My father was born in 1945 and given up for adoption at birth to Harry and Zylpha Covington and then named John Covington. It is possible this Barbara Kirkland is the daughter of Abner Kirkland who was the son of Joseph Kirkland. I am trying to locate someone who may have some confirming information. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheri Covington Benson
Added by Sheri on Jul 18, 2013 7:11 PM
|Betty Silcox||Garrett Family Reunion|
June 29, 2013 is the date of the Garrett Reunion. Since I have seen your name on the Macedonia Cemetery notes maybe you would like to be there and meet some of the family. It seems that the Garrett family has an interesting history. My name is Betty Silcox from Jacksonville, Florida and am related to Rosa Ann Garrett McStephenson. The Reunion will be held in the Agricultute Center in Maccleney. The family would love to see you there. I can be reached on email email@example.com and would love to hear from you. I have found some history about Obediah's father and brothers. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
|Vicki Olsen||Matilda Garrett|
hi Sandra, My great-great grandmothers sister was married to your grandfather. Could you please email me and give me your email address so I can write as I have several questions I would like to ask you. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Betsy Mickler Booth||Mobley|
I added the parents to Find A Grave 25963165 Edgar Ferdinand Mobley Find A Grave 25963177 Linnie Lucille Mobley. Thanks for passing on the info!
|Kenneth Lee Sands||Garrett Family Line|
Hi Sandra, I just recently discovered that I am related to the Garretts and I even have some photos of them (some of the same ones I've seen on this site). Would you contact me so that we can compare notes? My name is Lee and you can contact me at
|Michael I. Chapline||George W. Garrett|
Sandra: Do you have additional information about George W. Garrett's "early 'retirement' from the Civil War"?
|Michael I. Chapline||George W Garrett & Louvilla Mizell|
Sandra: I am a great great grandson of George W. Garrett and his wife Louvilla. Their daughter Elizabeth Garrett Thomas was my great grandmother and her daughter Mae Thomas Dennard Wise was my grandmother. I wanted to say"Hello!"
Fort Worth, Texas
|djcarroll||Pearl Inez Barber|
Hi :) I'm working on Woodlawn and discovered this:
BARBER-Mrs. Pearl (Inez) Barber, 52, of Macclenny, died in a local hospital Saturday following a brief illness. Mrs. Barber was a native of Duval County and had lived in Duval and Baker Counties all her life. She was a member of the Macclenny Baptist Church and leaves a host of friends who will learn with deep regret of her death. Surviving are her husband, Charles M. Barber, one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Barber Gill, Jacksonville, five sons, Charles E. Barber. Jacksonville. W. M., Cary and Joe Barber, Macclenny, and George F. Barber, U. S. Army. three sisters, Mrs. E. V. Turner and Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, Macclenny, Mrs. J. S. Thompson, Jacksonville, four brothers, 0. B., 0. K., C. A. and Fred Garrett, all of Jacksonville. The body was placed in care of the Seashole Funeral Parlors and complete arrangements will be announced later.
(6 Jan 1889 – 18 Jul 1942, Woodlawn cem, d/o G.W. Garrett & Elizabeth Simmons)
Just thought you might want it. It's from: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~flbakehs/obits.html
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