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cjbryant (#47109891)
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Bio Photo I think this is a great service to have and I have recently been "re-bitten" by the geneology bug and want to also help others where I can.

I am not able to check my email every day so response could be slow in arriving to requests.

If I have a memorial that you would like to request please do so either in a suggestion link or in a public message. Keep in mind though that most of the memorials that I have are family and I might 'en be a bit partial! Right now I am going for quality and bloodkin more than quantity!

Please do not "rip" my photographs without permission but feel free to ask. If I have already given a "blanket" go ahead let 'er rip! As I am just getting started I do hope to be able to help others with various projects.
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Robert Miller
BEATRICE F. SNELLGROVE MEMORIAL
Thank You Again, And Thank You for the wonderful transfer of BEATRICE F. SNELLGROVE another direct blood line of MY Double Snellgrove Families. This Is A Blessing. I Feel Blessed Every Day, And I Believe We Learn Every Day.

THANK YOU for beening a member of this most wonderful site www.findagrave.com

BLESSINGS IN CHRIST ALWAYS,

Robert Miller
Added by Robert Miller on Apr 28, 2014 8:58 AM
Robert Miller
HEZZIE SNELLGROVE MEMORIAL
THANK YOU, and THANK YOU for the wonderful transfer of HEZZIE SNELLGROVE. This Is A Blessing.

Thank You For All Of The Other People You Have Helped Out. YOU ARE A BLESSING.

May Our Lord Continue To Bless You Always.

Robert Miller
Added by Robert Miller on Apr 28, 2014 8:55 AM
Ann Davis
Eliza Hatton # 41486223 Photo
Good Evening,

I would like to request permission to use your memorial photo in my personal family tree. Thanks in advance ~ann
Added by Ann Davis on Apr 25, 2014 6:14 PM
C. Yvonne Moskal
RE: Bryant Clan
Thank you so much for the reply.....wish we had realized to ask more questions when we were younger...haha.

I will check out Louis' website, I think I found it once before.

Again, keep me in mind if you found out any new news and I will do the same.

CYM
Added by C. Yvonne Moskal on Apr 02, 2014 4:02 PM
C. Yvonne Moskal
Love your page/Bryant descendant
SO GLAD I FOUND YOUR INFO ON FIND A GRAVE. I recognized a lot of names from my Bryant Family Tree. My lineage goes back to Robert Bryant (1813-1900)& Elizabeth Lydia Scott (1822-1901). What a joy to see all the info you have. I have been told that there may be some American Indian mixed in with our lineage, do you have any info about that? I was also told that we are Dutch, have you heard this also? I got interested in learning my ancestry to be able to tell my mother if and what I could find out about these hearsays. I would loved to give her more insight before she passes on, she has always wanted to know more. Do you know of many Bryants or married to Bryant's that lived in North Florida? My Grand Daddy, James William Bryant supposedly spent time with family in north Florida after his mother (Creasy Grant Bryant) died. His father (William Bryant) remarried a Elifair ????Unknown after Creasy died and Grand daddy James left home. Anyway, got carried away with questions.....looks like you enjoy geneology very much. Hope you can shed some light in my search....if I can assist your search, by all means let me know...Sincerely, C. Y.
Added by C. Yvonne Moskal on Mar 08, 2014 9:45 PM
MaeRoo
Bryant
Good morning,
I was hoping you might be able to help me, as I noticed you have created a memorial for Robert T. Bryant, s/o Robert O, and Sarah Jane Seay Bryant.
The memorial you created is for my great great grandmother's brother. I was hoping you might be able to help me with any information regarding this family. Her name was Henrietta (Etta) Bryant Highsmith. Supposedly she passed away at the time of the birth of her 13th child, and they were buried together but nobody knows where.
Bryant family as well as the Hysmith families have been very hard to trace.
Thanks for your time.
MAE
Added by MaeRoo on Sep 02, 2013 11:52 AM
Mary Enzor Smith
Bob Bryant
Bob has been linked with his parents.
Thanks, Mary
Added by Mary Enzor Smith on Jun 18, 2012 5:13 PM
bobby richey
Marvin Rollette Bryant
This fine man was my stepfather , he raised me from an infant , His mothers name was Nettie Bryant Daniels, she was from Fort Payne Alabama , I live in Decatur Alabama , he has an Infant daughter named Marie buried in the Decatur Cemetery , he has a son that lives in Huntsville Alabama , I only met him once when Marty (Marvin) passed away In Dothan Alabama. my mother is still alive and in Huntsville. He used to play music in the clubs there when I was little. He was a barber by trade here before he moved to Dothan to be with his mother. The best memories of my life , so proud to see a picture of his marker thank you. I have some pictures of him somewhere if I can find them and scan them I will upload them to his memorial page if thats ok or too you so you can.
Added by bobby richey on Nov 17, 2011 8:53 PM
Robert Campbell
RE: Lawrence Andrews
You are most welcome, Glad I could help.
Added by Robert Campbell on Nov 22, 2010 7:01 PM
Roger
Henry Smission
Thank you so much for your time taking this photo for me, Henry is of no relation to me but he was a Officer in the 33rd Alabama Inf during the Civil War. My GGG-Grandfather served under his command. Thanks again.
Added by Roger on Mar 15, 2010 4:28 PM
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