|Nancy Lewis Millsap (#46775748)|
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Nancy,I believe we are cousins.I'm Bob and Berniece Lewis' second daughter.You might remember my older sister Kathy.I am just getting started into this great thing called genealogy.A friend has been helping me but we just started and your name popped up.Do you have any information ? I live in Cuba Missouri and it is possible my Dad was born here.When Dad passed away Aunt Mary told me this,and she mentioned Dad may have been married before,I have a V mail where Dad sent to grandma Lewis asking if she had heard from Neoma,maybe this could be his wife or child.I saw a picture once where there was a young girl maybe 3 or 4 standing with Dad.I heard she divorced him while he was in the service.And he never saw them again.Just wandering if you have ever heard any of this?I would love some Lewis information.If you have any you could call or text me at 573 259-0456 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.Thanks,Sharon
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|Carol Muery||Wilburn Transfer|
Hello Nancy. Would you please transfer memorial # 27066399, Fielding Curtis Wilburn, to me? He is my great uncle.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Mae Davenport Cox||Logan T. Millsaps|
I'm researching the early-day settlers to southern Cleveland County during 1890s through early 1900s.
I see that you've added information on Logan T. Millsaps, and since your name is also Millsap (I don't miss a thing, lol), I'm wondering if you could help me with some of the Millsaps? There were quite a few of them who migrated from Arkansas to this area in the 1890s.
I'm also related to some of the Millsaps... some of my Upchurches married Millsaps and Skinners ... we're all sort of shirt-tail cousins.
I would love to visit with you (and anyone else who might be related and have information). You can email me direct at email@example.com
|Peggy Jean Thomas Villanueva||James K Jackson marker|
where did you find this marker.?My uncle and I have searched this cemetery many times trying to find a marker. I also posed a memorial, #43114715 and have requested a photo and where to find it. Thank you so much. Peggy Villanueva
James K Jackson
Death: Mar. 14, 1919
Pvt. Co. L 2nd Arkansas Cavalry (Union) Civil War
|Cynthia Chapman Freberg Meyers||Andrew Jackson Tucker|
This is my Great ,Great Grand Father His birth date is November 9,1849 .His wifes name is Seba Catherine Davis Tucker, she was born August 14,1853 and died Feb.18,1907.I was wondering if she is also buried in this cemetery and if so is there stones.
|Jeannette Millsaps||Thomas William Millsaps|
I have been trying to find my grandfathers family. His name is Walter H. Millsaps. He was born in Newton, Arkansas on June 8, 1883. He met my grandmother in Louisiana. Her name was Georgia Creel Millsaps. I have been searching for his parents. I ran across Thomas William Millsaps and could not believe the resemlence. He looks exactly like my grandfather, father and my fathers twin brother.If you have any information on the Thomas, I would greatly appreciate it.... Thanking you in advance,
Jeannette Millsaps Yablonsky
|Liz Freeman||Denten Cemetery|
I was out by the Denten Cemetery (Cleveland County, Oklahoma) today. The correct name of the cemetery is Holsonbake Cemetery. I have posted a photo to the cemetery page and have submitted an email to Find A Grave to correctly identify Denten as Holsonbake cemetery.
I took photos of all the headstones at the cemetery; some did not have names; some had names that were not readable. Whether your person (Millsap who died in the 1890s is among the radable ones, I won't know for a few days). I need to resize everything before I start posting. By then Find A Grave should have the name changed to Holsonbake.
Keep your fingers crossed that your guy's stone turns out to be one that is readable.
|Jean Camp Mathews||Logan Millsap|
Logan Millsap is a reliative of mine. I noticed that where Logan was my great grandfather Charles Brooks Camp was. They are also buried in the cemetery. I was wondering if you had any info on this?? firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean Camp Mathews
|Jean Camp Mathews||Logan Millsaps|
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