|Michael Logue (#47042252)|
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7th Generation Warren County, Mississippi, 57 years old, started genealogy after the Roots program in 1980.|
Family historian for the Logue family in the Ark-La-Miss area.
Teach a free class I designed called Legends and Legacies, helping 12 families at a time find their lost family connections and lineages.
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|Suzee Burts||RE: Terrell Famil|
Do you a member number for Frances Elizabeth Terrell Dean? I can't seem to find her.
|jcq||RE: Sarah Jane Williams|
I'm sorry, I don't have any info on Sarah Jane Williams.
Added by jcq on Jan 23, 2014 5:37 PM
|MsMarion||RE: Rufus Sartin Link|
Added by MsMarion on Dec 27, 2013 9:31 AM
|Barb Dohlen||RE: George W. Styron|
Michael: I know this amazingly large cemetery pretty well and it was a pleasure to be of service taking the photo as requested for the Square and Lot requested, Old West Sq 52 Lot 2 with inscription CSA. You know your genealogy and your research. The Civil War Research could be interesting. There were very brave drummer boys. In that cemetery there is in addition to George W. Styron, George Warren, George Washington, and George Washington II Styron. If there is another George W. Styron within my general area, I will be happy to take the marker photo for you. Good luck with everything. Barb
|Mike Daley||RE: Tate Stone Photos at Olive Hill Cemetery|
Michael: You're very welcome. It's always nice to fulfill and help someone find a grave that's been requested for such a long time. The Tate markers as you saw were very unique and the only ones of that type at the cemetery.
|Cindy Tebbetts Germany||RE: Isabella Vance Stone|
I photographed the whole cemetery and checked them against what was listed. Everyone is entered except a large slave section at the back. The cemetery is very well kept and the markers have been cleaned since the photos were taken.
Also went there with one of your kinsmen, Roger Lott. His grandparents are buried in Old Liberty in Carroll County. He is my gravin buddy.
|Charlotte Ann Price||RE: Hellen Margaret Sartin Boone39629114|
RE: Hellen Margaret Sartin Boone39629114
Hellen was the sister of Matilda's dad, Major.
I have this "Matilda May" as John Sartin1812
Matilda May1814 – 1899
I show this as thier daughter.
Madeline Matilda Sartin1840 – 1922
I put Hellen with John Sartin, before I did nto have a parent for her. or a relation.Hellen Margaret Sartin Boone39629114
Thanks very much Charlotte Ann
|Charlotte Ann Price||Hellen Margaret Sartin Boone39629114|
Do you know if Hellen and Madeline Matilda Sartin
are related?.I have Madeline
Major Sartin1812 – 1908
Matilda May1814 – 1899
Since Hellen is so close in age, I was thinking perhaps she was a sister to Madeline.
Thanks for any help.
Charlotte Ann Price
|Christopher Beard||RE: Boyd/Dunaway Headstone|
Thanks so much for clearing that up. That makes perfect sense. And thanks for your photos and work. :)
|Christopher Beard||Boyd/Dunaway Headstone|
Hi Michael. I am confused as to where Jabus and Emma Boyd Dunaway are buried. The photo of their headstone that you took is in two different cemeteries in two different counties: Cedar Hill Cem. in Warren Co. and Mound Cemetery in Sharkey Co., MS. Can you tell me where you took the photo? Thanks.
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