|Amy Hogan (#47502609)|
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I'm a genealogy addict who is researching my family lines of Alexander, Barnett, Beard, Boyd, Dunaway, McBrier, Mullins, Newman, O'Neal, Pevey, Rutland, Sauls, Sistrunk, Tynes, Wallace, and Womack.|
Many of the memorials that I have created or maintain are my ancestors, family members, or friends.
If you wish to request a transfer of a memorial, PLEASE follow the Find A Grave guidelines.
As I am human and do make mistakes, please feel free to email me with any corrections. My goal is to serve future generations by passing on accurate information.
My sincerest appreciation to those who have created memorials and taken pictures for my family members. I pray God's blessings on you.
Do not stand by my grave and weep,
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am diamonds that glint on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning hush,
I am the swift rush of butterflies in joyous flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand by my grave and cry.
I am not there. I did not die.
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A.J. Marik, Alice~aka~Nana, billy alexander, Charline Ryan, Christopher Bea..., Earl Alexander, Glen Dale Tynes, janine mcquisto..., Katrina, M. Rutland, NW Mountain Man, Peggy Sue, Shirley Fortenb..., Wayne
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|junkbuyercbd||Ella Mae Robbins|
Thanks for linking Ella Robbins to her parents. Your contributions and dedication to "Find A Grave" are greatly appreciated. CBD
|Earl Alexander||Leo Alexander|
Parental links added. Thank you.
|Gerry Gieger||Sharp Cemetery, Lawrence Co. MS|
Thank you for all the Work you have done on Find-a-grave.
I am interested in more information on the Sharp Cemetery in Lawrence Co, MS, specifically, the Resters. We suspect that this Frederick Rester is either the (iii) or the (ii) who migrated from Bulloch County GA in the early part of the settlement of MS, and around the time of Statehood.
I am trying to identify if my ggggg-grandmother is a Rester, either the Aunt or Great-Aunt of this Frederick...we believe that the Frederick (i) who received a Land Grant across the Great Ogeechee in 1767 was my ggggg-grandmother's brother. She and her husband (my ggggg-grandfather) also received an adjacent Land Grant at the same time in 1767, and they both had relocated from Saxe-Gotha SC.
Any info which you can provide will be appreciated. I note that there are no grave marker photos so I presume there may be none...
|L Whitfield||RE: Pine Grove|
I recently found your Find a Grave cemetery listing for Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery in Sontag, MS. The cemetery is located in Lawrence county, MS and you listed it in Lincoln County, MS. As a result, there are 2 listings found for this cemetery. One listing for Lincoln & the other for Lawrence county.
Photo of marker added.
|Anonymous||RE: Angeline (Irvin) Stepney|
If you have her death certificate can you please send it to me not only for our family records but for all the other compilers I am working with to help us correct our data. Would this be possible, Any? Sincerely, Freddie
|Thomas Coon||RE: Mary Ann Womack|
You are very welcome. I have traveled the highway this cemetery is located thousands of times and this was the first time I have seen the cemetery. It is a small plot of land located on top of a mound surrounded by trees. Very peaceful and looking at the dates on the graves, it was a step back in time.
Do you know if there is a relationship between the Womacks and the Hunstocks? There were many of their graves compared to the Womacks, but the cemetery is named after the Womacks. Down the road a bit is a road named Hunstock Rd. Has to be a connection there.
|Joel Manuel||Womack Cemetery|
Links/edits made to relatives in Womack Cemetery. :)
|Robert H||RE: Youngblood Cemetery|
Thanks for your help!
Added by Robert H on Oct 17, 2013 7:42 AM
Amy, I am the gggrandaughter of James McBrier. His daughter, Mary Elizabeth McBrier, married my ggrandfather, Moses Kemp, in Claiborne County. I have a picture of Mary McBrier. Her nephew, Willie Clay McBrier, was the son of Evan Shelby Jefferies McBrier. There is a living McBrier descendant in Baton Rouge, La. I am hoping to visit the Sarepta Cemetery to photograph the McBrier graves.
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