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David Snow (#47240824)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in Mobile, AL, graduated from Theodore High School, earned a BSME from Auburn University, moved to Choctaw Co, AL in 1981, married a local gal and am still here. Growing up in Mobile with it's coastal forts and Spanish Fort & Blakeley battlefields, it was understandable that I developed an interest in the Civil War. After the death of my father-in-law in 1997 we were going through some family papers and found that his grandfather was in the 40th Alabama Infantry Regiment. I started looking in the local cemeteries for him and really had a blast; so here I am 14 years later, a confirmed genealogy-aholic.

Feel free to use any pics I post for the use of you, family & friends. If you have updates, corrections or transfer requests, I'll try to honor them within FaG guidelines regarding family connections.

My parents:

Francis Marion Snow, Jr
Sarah Eliza Huff Snow

My parents-in-law:

Herman Carrol Allen
Lucille Mercier Allen


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sue walkemeyer
Sardis cem
You posted John Curry in Sardis cem. Was wondering if you may know if there is a list of people buried there.
I am tring to find Johns 1st wife Esther james-curry.
Do you know if there are other : Curry , Ford, and James families in this cemetery?
Added by sue walkemeyer on Jun 02, 2016 10:37 AM
Virginia Weeks Warbington
Stacy Ellenor Warbington
She is wife of Horatio B. Warbington Sr. They are my husband's great grandparents. Would you consider transferring her memorial to me? My Contributor No. is 47919921.
Added by Virginia Weeks Warbington on Jun 01, 2016 3:43 PM
ann aleixo
Sarah M Cobb Jeter
Hi Dave
I saw where you had submitted some photos of Old Cemetery, Gainesville Sumter Co. Alabama.

My 4 times great grandmother, Sarah M Cobb Jeter (1779-1849) is buried there and there is a great photo of her tombstone on the site. Unfortunately that contributor has passed away. Also since there is already a photo of the tombstone I can't make another request in that regard.

I don't know where you are in relation to Gainesville, but I am interested in getting a transcription of what is written on Sarah's tombstone. It just looks so interesting and I cannot make it out. Most of it is no longer legible.

Not sure who to contact in this regard. Since it is not exactly a "photo request."

Would appreciate your help. Or if you can point me in the right direction.

Not sure how Sarah ended up in Alabama. Her husband Caleb was from Virginia and died in North Carolina. Have not located his grave.
Added by ann aleixo on Jan 26, 2016 8:39 PM
Adrienne Danke
Transfer Request
Hi there-- I would like to request a transfer of #49344261 Sebastian Lafayette Bruister to my account (#48066931). This is my great great grandfather.

Thank you for all the work you did to get his grave listed--it was exciting to see his burial place and the picture has helped me with genealogical society applications.

Sincerely,
Adrienne Danke
#48066931
Added by Adrienne Danke on Jan 08, 2016 9:32 PM
Brad Campbell
Siloam Cem., Sumter Co., AL
Hi. The photo you have posted on the Siloam Cemetery page is not of the Siloam Cemetery. It is a photo of the smaller cemetery located behind the Siloam Cemetery. We do not know the name of that cemetery, which usually remains unkept for most of the year. It is a separate burial ground and is not part of the Siloam Cemetery. Neither is it owned by the Siloam Baptist Church (as the Siloam Cemetery is) or cared for by the Siloam Cemetery Association (as the Siloam Cemetery is).
Added by Brad Campbell on Sep 11, 2015 12:53 PM
Benita Pipes
Transfer Youngs
David,
Would you please transfer my Young family relatives to my acct #47913522:


65791223 dank
65790850 bonnie
65791267 Maggie
65791244 ME
65791257 willie
65791232 roger

Thank you,
Benita Pipes
Added by Benita Pipes on Jul 20, 2015 9:09 PM
Mellany Irby
James A Wright Cemetery
Thanks so much for locating and photographing the grave for James A Wright. Mystery solved; one more piece of the puzzle added. Regards, Mellany Irby
Added by Mellany Irby on Jul 12, 2015 8:48 AM
Benita Pipes
Young Edits
I submitted a numbers of edits on Young family in Mt. Pisgah, Clarke County, MS. Nothing has happened in a several weeks. Others edits I have submitted where completed in a couple of days. Do you know what I can do? It looked like the person may have canceled their contact number. I couldn't find any "complaint" number for findagrave. You were one of the creators of one of my ancestors so I'm reaching out to see what I can do. Thank you!
Benita Pipes
Added by Benita Pipes on Jun 21, 2015 7:43 PM
Benita Pipes
Young Edits
I submitted a numbers of edits on Young family in Mt. Pisgah, Clarke County, MS. Nothing has happened in a several weeks. Others edits I have submitted where completed in a couple of days. Do you know what I can do? It looked like the person may have canceled their contact number. I couldn't find any "complaint" number for findagrave. You were one of the creators of one of my ancestors so I'm reaching out to see what I can do. Thank you!
Benita Pipes
Added by Benita Pipes on Jun 21, 2015 7:43 PM
Brad Campbell
Siloam Cem., Sumter Co., AL
Hi. You added a photo (in 2013) to the Siloam Cemetery page (Sumter Co., AL) that is labeled as the "black section" of the cemetery. Your photo is correct in that it is of a black cemetery that is located behind the Siloam Cemetery. However this little cemetery has no name that we know of. It is not part of the Siloam Cemetery and really should have its own page, as burials are being posted to the Siloam Cemetery page, when they are in fact in this other cemetery. We have not been able to figure out who is in charge of that little cemetery. It remains very unkept for most of the year. Anyway, I just thought you should know that the picture you posted is not of the Siloam Cemetery, but a separate cemetery that perhaps, once upon a time, was begun with slaves(?) who lived in the Siloam community.
Added by Brad Campbell on May 07, 2015 9:23 PM
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