|Jerry Owen (#46500753)|
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Home town, Memphis, TN. Currently resides in Ripley, Ms. Minister for the Church of Christ.|
Wife is Patricia Simpson Owen, also of Memphis.
Family names include: Taylor, Owen, Simpson, Rogers, Brown, Bailey, most of these from TN, AR,& MS. Woodfin and Sanders in AL. Henson in MS.
Will do cemetery lookups and photos in Tippah Co., MS.
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|Bobbie Barnett||Nancy Jamieson Transfer|
Thank you so much for your prompt and courteous transfer of my loved one. This is very appreciated. Your numerous postings and contributions to Find A Grave are to be commended. Blessings to you and your family.
|Bobbie Barnett||Mary Jamieson|
Your kindness of transferring my loved one to my care is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your numerous postings and contributions to Find A Grave. You are to be commended for your dedication. Blessings.
|Melody Roswell||RE: David Harlan|
Thanks Jerry, that is exactly what I was hoping for.
PS: His Will and probate was around that time so Sarah didn't wait long to marry after his death. I can understand why too. Rightfully it is always a year, or it was back then. But she had about 6 children by David Harlan and William W. Black was a doctor so he probably took her children in and made Sarah his wife as well.
|Jean Roberts Ennis||Rogers Springs Cemetery|
There is not a map connected to Rogers Springs Cemetery. I would like to visit the cemetery and noticed that you submitted two pictures of the cemetery gate and a church. Would you please tell me how to get to this cemetery? Thank you for your many contributions to Find a Grave. They have been helpful in my search for family.
|Melody Roswell||71089632 David Harlan|
I noticed that you made this memorial to David Harlan. Yes, David was born on the date that you have down but he died in about 1853-1854 according to the probate papers in the Court there at Tippah Co. MS. He married Sarah Ann McMullen in 1838 in Tallahatchie Co. MS.
My question for you is this: is there a bottom piece to this stone just laying around there? Or maybe you have a picture of it that you could share with me? That would give me a death date for sure? Probate records do not show a death date unfortunately, drives this researcher nuts because MS is one state that either shares or has no information on their citizens pre 1860 for some reason, or I can't find it anyway...whichever is true I guess. I find the same for MO, KY, TN etc. And I am not sure if it has to do with the Civil War or not, so I can't say for sure which it is... but never the less very sad. It is all apart of history which needs to be told and needs to be repeated through family lines. I am doing this project for a friend that isn't doing well and the southern states are the hardest ones yet that I have tried to tackle bar none. I am hoping that you can help with maybe a photo of the bottom of that headstone, or maybe contact the cemetery for me? Would greatly appreciate this a bunch.
|Charles Dawkins||RE: Old Hardy|
I just recently became aware that you can send and receive messages from this site. As to your 2012 question, My Hardy cemetery is located in Grenada, Co., MS.
Sorry I missed your message
|Hunts Forebears||W. E. Eaton and wife Effie|
Thanks very much for taking and posting their marker pictures.
|evelyn carrico||RE: Creeks|
It look like a pole gate across the turnoff to Shelby creek, like a utility type and I think there are utility lines that go across. Anyway I will be checking it out tomorrow.
|evelyn carrico||RE: Jordans|
I am really confused, I am going to Ripley tomorrow and I will stop by Curtis creek...I could swear that they were buried in same cemetery as their MaMa Graves. You know I originally made their memorial as Shelby Creek. Well, I can clear that up with my visit tomorrow. Does the road to Shelby Creek still have a gate, I want to go back there but not by myself. Thanks for your quick response. E
|evelyn carrico||RE: Memorial ?|
Sorry about that...Thomas E Graves.(1874-1876) I am confused as to what happened to the site I created, I have the pic I took in my Genealogy Book and I posted the site when I did all of the Family in 2002. So I was curious how your entry supercede mine and why Brad Campbell pic of the stone is there and not my pic.
I have come across this before to have my memorial disappear and it particularly makes me sad because of the work I did and because it is my Family but I don't want you to change it as it is there but I may re-post my pic that I took in 2002 to his memorial. Thanks, E
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