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I think that findagrave is a wonderful resource, and most of its contributors are considerate of each other.
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|Oma ||RE: Ella Mae Trout Mallard|
William Squire Long is my husbands great Grandfather
Added by Oma on Sep 14, 2014 11:22 AM
|mary beth marchant||RE: William T. Hightower|
You are most welcome.
|mary beth marchant||William T. Hightower|
Find A Grave Memorial# 31356972-died 1845
I have a question. There are two Findagrave memorials for William T. Hightower-one listing burial in Hightower Cemetery, Montgomery County, Mississippi and the other listing burial in Hightower Cemetery, Webster County, Mississippi. I suspect this is the same cemetery. It appears that Webster County may have been part of Montgomery County at some time. I'm wondering how to record that in my Ancestry tree. Perhaps you might have an answer for me. William Thomas Hightower's wife, Royzamond Anderson Lloyd was my ggg grandfather's first cousin.
|Lois Ams||John Riley Crisp|
I have a question I hope you can answer. You have an entry for John Riley Crisp born 1850, son of Susannah & Rufus Crisp. You have him buried in the Nevada State Hospital #3 Cemetery. You also have a picture of his stone. When I pull the picture of the stone up closer it says simply, JAMES Riley. Rufus did have a James by his second wife, Martha. Could this be James by his second wife buried in the Nevada State Hospital #3 Cemetery?
If you can clarify this for me, I would greatly appreciate it.
I agree with you. This Find A Grave Website is one of the greatest tools for researching genealogy.
Thanks for you time and efforts.
Added by Lois Ams on Sep 05, 2014 5:55 PM
|Mary Lou Hanson||Madeline Clarke Rose|
Memorial has been deleted.
|Wayne & Janet Brawner||Memorial transfer|
Thank you much much for the transfer of James Hightower. I will take good care of him.
Thank You Wayne Brawner
|Family Tree Buff||RE: Vester and Mildred Anderson|
You're very welcome, Tony. Glad I could help.
|Wayne Spence||RE: Mary E. (___) Coy|
I did so more work trying to bring this saga to rest. Since I didn't have too many specifics what I pieced together was a 1860 Census,6/19/1860, with Mary Caldwell, 15, living as a Domestic with JS and Nancy Stone, in Washington Twp, Webster, Missouri. I also found a marriage to William Kingston, on 29 Aug 1860, in Webster Co, MO. Either they divorced or William expired prior to Jan 1866. (I have a print of Robt and Mary's marriage, in Polk Co MO marriage B-189). Don't know if this is exactly correct, but I think it is close enough to suit me. So Mary Ellen (Caldwell) Kingston satisfies both arguments.
|Tracy Kilgore||Noel H. Bowers|
Thank you very much!! Tracy
|garden8er||RE: Francis McDearmon|
You're more than welcome. And feel free to use my photos any way you like. :)
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