|Mary Enzor Smith (#46862968)|
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FAG is a wonderful website for those of us researching our families. So much of our history is lost, due to time and other conditions. With FAG we can help preserve history for our future generations. Every one deserves to be remembered and with FAG volunteers we can work toward that goal. |
Please feel free to use any photos I have taken for your personal research. This is my way of giving back to all of those who have helped me. If you have additional information I will gladly add it to the memorials I have created. I will be glad to transfer memorials that are a part of your family with the exception of the ones of my family.
Please go to memorial page and click on edit for any transfers or additional information to add to memorials. This helps to avoid errors and I can respond quicker to your request. I don't always check my profile messages as quickly as I do my emails.
If you find errors or duplicates in my memorials please bring them to my attention so I can correct them. I want my information to be as correct as possible because incorrect information is worthless.
It is never my intention to offend anyone so if I have created a memorial, added a photo or additional data and you would like to have me remove it, please just let me know.
My major family lines I am researching are Enzor, Hudgens, Courtney, Griffin, Evers, Cohron, Palmer, Watters, Atkinson, Smith, Bull and others.
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|Susan-HCBAR Historic Cemetery Preservation-SRP||RE: Benjamin Thomas Barnes|
Sorry about that. It happens sometimes. Big cemetery. We have to go back that area and survey Hammond.
|Maggie Hunter||I sent an email :)|
Hello, I sent an email I hope to hear back from you, and thank you for your time and efforts.
|FirstLady||My Church Members|
Thank You For Finding My Former Church Members From Bethel Missionary Baptist Church
|lnat||RE: Robert Nation|
Thank you Mary. I truly appreciate that. I don't think it will be long before his loving wife will join him and Robert Jr.
Added by lnat on Apr 08, 2015 12:23 PM
|Michelle Jones||Williamson Family|
Thank you, Mary!!!
|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||Mary Frances Dyer Huneycutt and Agnes Margaret Bruse Dyer|
Thank you for making the edits.
|Heather Sanders||Cope Family at Greenwood Cemetery|
Thanks for all of your hard work taking photographs at Greenwood Cemetery! Do you happen to have a list of all family members buried in the Cope family section at Greenwood that you've photographed? I'm having trouble locating a few. :)
|Mildred Stinson Brown||Green William Hitson|
The next time you at Brushey Creek Cemetery, would you mind taking a photo of the new tombstone for my great grandfather, Green William Hitson (Find A Grave Memorial# 16814364). Mother had it placed a few years back. It is at the foot of his grave on the slab, or was. My aunt Teresa Hartin was supposed to have the old one removed and the new one placed at the head. The slab was also supposed to be repaired. I don't know if the work has ever be done. Thank you so much.
|Mildred Stinson Brown||RE: Willie Jason Smith|
Mary, do you every get by the Greenville Advocate when you are in Greenville?
As you know, one of my great walls is that of Willie Jason Smith 1845 - possibly William Jason. He is buried at Providence. He died in 1902/1903 (my memory fails me at this time) as a result of injuries received when his horse ran away with his buggy and overturned. This happened on McKenzie Grade between Georgiana and McKenzie. I would surely love to find an obituary or newspaper article about this in hopes of learning more about his survivors.
Strange that in all the nearly 50 years of research on him, I can locate him only on a few census records. His CSA papers lists both names but gives not family detail as most do. He was said to be a "well-to-do" man, but no records.
I would appreciate any help on this as I no longer have any contacts in Butler County who do research.
|Mildred Stinson Brown||RE: Adams/Lowe|
Patricia Ann Lowe's mother, Sadie Inez Smith Grubbs (6-4-1929/7-272005) was buried in Falmouth, Kentucky (Find A Grave Memorial# 15888271). Here is her obit:
Inez Murphy Smith Grubbs, 76, of Butler, died Wednesday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North, Covington.
She was a member of VFW Post No. 6095 Ladies Auxiliary, Latonia, the Sunday Morning Club of Covington, Fraternal Order of Police Covington Chapter and Taylor Mill Moose Lodge. A daughter, Patricia Ann Lowe, preceded her in death.
Survivors include her husband, Ralph Grubbs; a daughter, Candy Smith of Butler; a son, Derrell Lowe of Latonia; stepsons, Tom Jones of Berea, Mark Jones and Jerome Jones, both of Somerset; a stepdaughter, Maryann Cromer of Richmond; her stepmother, Lucille Skipper of Alabama; sisters, Lucile Stinson of Texas, Pearl Porter of Colorado, Faye Frisby of Arkansas, Teresa Hartin and Diane Hitson, both of Alabama; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Cooper Funeral Home, Grants Lick. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Falmouth.
Thanks for all the work you do. Mildred
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