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William Sanders (#47277092)
 member for 6 years, 3 months, 6 days
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Bio Photo I have been involved in cemetery research since 2004, concentrating on old sites in Claiborne County, Mississippi. I love the peace and solitude that comes with surveying an old site and discovering whose name will be on the next stone. I have been very fortunate in getting the cooperation of hunters and land owners in gaining access to so many of the sites in the county, and my good fortune has resulted in a couple of published books, namely, Carved in Stone: Cemeteries of Claiborne County, Mississippi, and Whispers in the Cedars: Port Gibson, Mississippi's Wintergreen Cemetery.
I get a thrill out of being able to put people in touch with their long-lost ancestors and will always be happy to transfer any memorials to their relatives or other loved ones. And despite my e-mail address, I do NOT dig up bones!
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William Prentiss Clark, SFC, USArmy Retired Disabl
T. E. McCullough
Thank you William, for search the cemetery, The plot should be correct, The name may have changed if you will post the picture on T E's Memorial , I will do more research and if I find it not to be, Walter Scott McCullough I will get back to you.
You are so much appreciated to help with putting together my ancestry tree.
God Bless.
WillP
Added by William Prentiss Clark, S... on Jul 29, 2016 5:43 PM
Linda Claire Robinson
William Burton Middleton
Thank you so much for fulfilling the photo request for William Burton Middleton. You were so kind to do so.
Added by Linda Claire Robinson on Jul 29, 2016 2:45 PM
Kay Parker McCary
Dedman Photos
Thanks so much for taking the time to locate, photograph & upload my relatives gravestone photos. I appreciate it very much!
Added by Kay Parker McCary on Jul 29, 2016 1:11 PM
Armstrong History
THANK YOU !!
Hi William - Thank you for your kindness to volunteer and your time to take the wonderful photos at Cedar Hill cemetery for me! I appreciate your work - your photos were top-notch! THANK YOU!
Added by Armstrong History on Jul 19, 2016 9:28 PM
George Bragg
Thanks for the Terry O Keesee
William, I appreciate having the Toombstone photo you took in Cedar Hill Cemerery. Terry O Keesee was my Grand Uncle. Never met him even though I was about 11 when he died. He and my grand aunt Louise Halpin divorced. Maybe that was why we never met. Again, I am thankful that you were able to fulfill my photo request.

Keep up the good work.
Added by George Bragg on Jul 17, 2016 6:36 AM
Delores Harris Cantrell
Myrtle Hill and Arky Harris....
Thanks so much for your help in finding their headstones. My great Uncle and Aunt.
Delores Harris Cantrell
Holly Springs, Ms.
Added by Delores Harris Cantrell on Jul 16, 2016 3:35 PM
lookyloo
Gray Family
William....Thank You so much for the Headstone photo's & Memorial corrections for: Emmett L Gray #165106949; David Houston Gray #155001357 & Julia Moore Gray #165084866...Thanks again for always taking that extra step....lookyloo
Added by lookyloo on Jul 16, 2016 2:19 PM
Chuck Thomas
Merci beaucoup!
Added by Chuck Thomas on Jul 06, 2016 4:34 PM
Dee
RE: James Bertron Redus Photos
You're welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Dee on Jul 05, 2016 4:42 AM
RMR
Relinking Father and Son
Dear Mr. William Sanders,

I noticed that you removed the link between Josiah Rundell Junior (#69208786) (whom you manage) and his father Josiah Rundell Senior (#125330192) (whom I manage). Is there any chance you would be willing to reconnect them?

I understand that there are some people in the Find A Grave community that do not respect memorials that do not have a specific gravesite listed, an unfortunate feature of the elder Josiah Rundellís memorial. Please understand, however, that for those of us who are trying to reach back to our familyís history, sometimes simply knowing in which town, or county, or state they died is useful information for our historical research. Knowing, for instance, that my great-great-great-great-great grandfather, Josiah Rundell, died in Claiborne County, MS, in 1816, is very helpful for me and my family members. It may not be a specific gravesite, but it gives us the graveís general location. Additionally, while I search for these graves so that I can someday list the specific spot, in reality, it is highly improbable that they will be found. So in some cases (at least for now) naming Claiborne County, MS, is the best help for my family that I can provide.

I believe my research is sound. It is based in the Claiborne County Court records. I am quite certain that Josiah Rundell (#69208786) is the son of Josiah Rundell (# 125330192). Would you please consider re-linking them?

Thank you for any consideration you give this request to relink them.
Added by RMR on Jun 26, 2016 10:21 PM
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