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Sherry Lane Link (#37438911)
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I believe there is much to be learned about a family when you track to the cemeteries. They peacefully hold a wealth of 'clues'. We can learn of other family members whose final resting place is in or near the same location. Monuments reflect the 'times' the individual lived in; in many cases their trade, religion, military experience, sometimes even their interests, like Brotherhood of Masons or Woodsmen of America, etc. A headstone is, in many ways, the last remaining evidence that this individual actually walked the face of the earth. It is an eternal tribute.
We must remember that the information found on the headstones might not be factual but rather an 'oral history' from close family members. Cemeteries are wonderful place to begin searching for your ancestors.
We each have our own 'History in Headstones'.
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Wesley Dixon Cemetery
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Gayle
Lawson Henderson Ward
Is Wesley Dixon and Twidwell Cemetery the same place. His death cert says Twidwill.
Added by Gayle on Nov 28, 2016 9:18 PM
Dunner
Winnie Lane Dunn
Hi Sherry! Was wondering if you have any information on Winnie daughter of Randolph and Biddy. She was married to my great, great, great uncle Eliab Dunn but the last record I have of her was in the 1900 census showing she was age 71 and widowed in Wayne County, Mo. Trying to find any record of when and where she may have died. Thanks for all you do on Find A Grave!
Added by Dunner on Nov 20, 2016 4:33 PM
Kathy Bradbury-Alexander
Nancy Ann Todd Ham Whitworth
I sent you corrections are Nancy Ann (Annie) to correction her death date as I pulled up her death certificate and it does show Nathan Todd as her father. Not sure if you want to change her last name to Whitworth since it was her married name when she died (married Alexander Whitworth Nov 18, 1894 in Butler County, MO) so left it up to you.

Thanks,

Kathy
Added by Kathy Bradbury-Alexander on Oct 26, 2016 5:02 PM
D Colie
Martha Meadors
Martha Pope Meadors

Birth: Apr. 20, 1833
Death: Feb. 7, 1921

Wife of Samuel W. Meadors

Burial:
Sallisaw City Cemetery
Sallisaw
Sequoyah County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: Section 4

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Created by: OkieBran
Record added: Apr 25, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26395106

Is this the same Person if so where was she buried because you have one cemetery and she has a different one! I am looking for the one that was the daughter of.. Nelson Anderson Pope and Nancy A. Williams Pope, she was born on Martha Jane Pope 04/20/1834 Tennessee 02/07/1921, and married Samuel Wilson Meadors.

her sibling where:

John Houston Pope jr. 11/14/1835 07/17/1887 TN Mary A. Aday
Gillis Pope 1839 1840 TN
William M. Pope 1840 1858 TN
Matilda Adiline Pope 1845 01/15/1889 AR, Crawford Co, Mountainburg William B. Glidewell
Thomas "Burton" Pope 04/09/1847 08/28/1940 AR, Crawford Co, Mountainburg Sarah Emmaline Teague
Malissa Ann Pope 02/28/1849 03/04/1933 AR, Crawford Co, Mountainburg Samuel Christopher Sill
Joseph Merrill Pope 02/15/1852 11/29/1910 AR, Crawford Co, Mountainburg Amanda Jane "Mandy" Teague, Narrah Arminta "Mintie" Wells
James K. "Jimmy" Pope 12/15/1856 02/24/1941 AR, Crawford Co, Mountainburg Malisa A. Graham
Nelson Anderson Pope jr. (my great grandpa) 12/15/1856 01/23/1944 AR, Crawford Co, Lancaster Sarah Angeline "Annie" Maxwell (my great grandma) I hope you can understand this and it is not confusing.
Added by D Colie on Mar 05, 2016 6:49 PM
Rene Moore
Jacob Lane
I am wondering if you have any information that could help me out:
Jacob Lane is my 2nd great grandfather. My great grandmother is Alice Belle Lane. She is listed on the 1880 census as Bell Reynolds, daughter of Jacob Lane. In all other records, she is listed as Alice Belle Lane. She later married my great grandfather William Thomas.
Do you have any info on her?
I am wondering if the census worker made a mistake and put Reynolds down as her last name because the Lane's lived next to the Reynold's or did they adopt her from the Reynold's. We are unable to get a death certificate on her because she died in Feb 1914 which is when they started recording deaths in Arkansas.
Added by Rene Moore on Sep 07, 2015 12:03 PM
terry greene
RE: shadrick Inman
I do not remember if I have answered your message or not. Please forgive me if I have.
My connections to Amie (Amy) is through her first husband, George W. Eddington. He is a brother to my 2nd great-grandfather William L. Eddington. I found George's Civil War records on Ancestry.com. On one of the cards it listed Amy (Amie) as his widow, and she is applying for his pension.The date on the card is 1894.George deserted more than once during the war, only to get caught and brought back. The last time he was not so lucky and ended up in Andersonville Prison. Where he died. Hope this helps.
Terry Edington Greene
Added by terry greene on May 31, 2015 11:58 AM
Manda Lane
Lane Family History
I am the great-great granddaughter of Abraham Lane, one of Randolph and Biddy's children. You seem very well informed on the Lane Family and was wondering if you would be able to share some details with me or possibly direct me where to look.

Thank you.
Added by Manda Lane on Nov 23, 2014 1:46 AM
William Lake
Thank you!
What an amazing record and service you are creating! It seems that every time I find a family record on F.A.G. the contributor is Sherry Link and so much additional back round info. I know how much research and time you are giving. We Meadors descendants are so fortunate that so many were buried in the Bolton Cemetery and that you have taken on and been so faithful in your task. My aunt Alice Meadors Lack took me out on those country roads once to Bolton in the spring time when the cemetery was full of those beautiful yellow flowers all over the grass. She took me around to pay respects to the many, many relatives who rest there. A trip I will not forget. Thank you.
Bill Lake (son of Louzene Meadors Lake)
Added by William Lake on Aug 05, 2014 7:47 AM
Ruth Harris Carver
RE: Ruby Tombs
Thanks for the transfer of Ruby Toombs. Much appreciated.
Ruth
Added by Ruth Harris Carver on Mar 26, 2014 6:50 PM
Ruth Harris Carver
RE: Ruby Tombs
If you would like, I would be happy to add the information which I obtained from her death certification. I am distantly related. Thank you so much.
Added by Ruth Harris Carver on Mar 21, 2014 7:29 PM
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