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Bobbye Williams Poston (#47056723)
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Bio Photo I am fairly new to genealogy, but must say it has become an addiction. It is a fascinating hobby. Will gladly transfer a memorial I have created if it is not a direct ancestor of mine and I welcome any and all corrections or additions. Please feel free to use any photos or info I have posted.
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D. L. Lee
RE: Kincheloe
Bobbye,

Sorry for the confusion. His memorial was set-up under Ivy Hill Cemetery, but his grave is actually in Old Ivy Hill Cemetery. I added a photo of his marker and transferred the memorial to the correct cemetery.

After making the changes, I transferred his memorial back to you. Thank you so much for your assistance in correcting this. D. L.


Added by D. L. Lee on Oct 23, 2014 7:53 PM
Russell Speir
RE: Molly Sue
You're welcome! Would you like me to crop the pictures?
Added by Russell Speir on Oct 22, 2014 6:20 PM
Stephen Austin
RE: Note
We are related by way of Huskey' Austin marriage am I correct Huskeys have a shutterfly acct and are on Facebook if you are interested I will try to get that information for you a lot of good people (cousins) on there may be able to help with the Huskey side I look forward to hearing from you. I live just east of St. Louis Mo. In Illinois
Added by Stephen Austin on Sep 16, 2014 1:11 PM
Denmother
RE: Donnell
You're welcome. We're glad we could help!

-Laurie (Denmother)
Added by Denmother on Sep 14, 2014 9:09 AM
Stephen Austin
family
I am obviously related by my gg uncles marriage didn't know a whole lot about them only what my father spoke about as I was growing up not sure of any relationship we have but it was nice to find another connection contact me if you wish and the best to you and yours
Added by Stephen Austin on Aug 25, 2014 1:08 PM
Janet Ward
Mary Rudy
Hi Bobbye - good to hear from you! I just did a search, and found out that Nettie is buried in the Baptist Home Cem in Ironton, and that there was already a memorial for her under the name Nettie. I am going to delete my memorial. Thanks for checking it all out and letting me know! Janet
Added by Janet Ward on Aug 02, 2014 8:52 AM
rwy
Linda A. McMahon
I completed your photo request for Linda, the best I could. She is in Lot 76, Space 5, but there is no marker. I posted a photo of Lot 76, which is clearly delineated by concrete curbs. There are three markers in that lot, Alfred Alves , Arthur Alves and Catherine Alves. There are no other listing for anyone else in that Lot. I did a quick check and my guess would be that Linda is the daughter of Alfred and Catherine. The 1910 census shows they have a daughter named Linda Alves and 1920 shows Linda Seymour as their widowed daughter. I can not be sure, so I will leave it to you. There were memorials for The Alves' with photographs. FYI: There were three Luteran cemeteries in the general area, the new st john's, the old st johns and Immanuel. Imannuel was a congregation that merged with st john's. The ecemeteries are next to each Immanuel and new st johns are next to each other and do not have a fence, but they are listed separately at the st john's web site and the data bases that list the occupants are separate. Find A Grave has them together, so this is just for your info.....Linda is in Immanuel. Bob Young
Added by rwy on Jul 19, 2014 11:32 PM
rwy
Linda A. McMahon
I completed your photo request for Linda, the best I could. She is in Lot 76, Space 5, but there is no marker. I posted a photo of Lot 76, which is clearly delineated by concrete curbs. There are three markers in that lot, Alfred Alves , Arthur Alves and Catherine Alves. There are no other listing for anyone else in that Lot. I did a quick check and my guess would be that Linda is the daughter of Alfred and Catherine. The 1910 census shows they have a daughter named Linda Alves and 1920 shows Linda Seymour as their widowed daughter. I can not be sure, so I will leave it to you. There were memorials for The Alves' with photographs. FYI: There were three Luteran cemeteries in the general area, the new st john's, the old st johns and Immanuel. Imannuel was a congregation that merged with st john's. The ecemeteries are next to each Immanuel and new st johns are next to each other and do not have a fence, but they are listed separately at the st john's web site and the data bases that list the occupants are separate. Find A Grave has them together, so this is just for your info.....Linda is in Immanuel. Bob Young
Added by rwy on Jul 19, 2014 11:32 PM
Ricky Eade
Various Memorials
You are welcome. My wife and I really like taking the pictures for people. Thanks for your kind words.
Ricky
Added by Ricky Eade on Jun 28, 2014 5:31 PM
Valerie Pruett Smith
RE: Etta Pruett Nance
Hello Bobbye, I'm not sure about he dates on Etta's memorial but I sure will give it a looking over. Thank you for bring it to my attention. Valerie
Added by Valerie Pruett Smith on Apr 02, 2014 1:22 AM
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