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wareagle01 (#47291017)
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Bio Photo Please let me know if you have any additional information or corrections to any of the memorials that I manage. I will gladly transfer memorials that I am not related to.
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Kimberly Morris
RE: Hugh Caden Simpson
Thank You.
Added by Kimberly Morris on May 23, 2016 12:16 PM
Jerry Coffman
Jacob and Nancy Walker Coffman
I see you posted pictures of there headstones. I really can not see what it says on Nancy's and nothing shows up on Jacob's.
Wondering if you might be able to get better pictures that will show names and dates.
Here are the memorial numbers
Jacob #106713233
Nancy #106713754
Thanks
Jerry Coffman
grouchy58@yahoo.com
Added by Jerry Coffman on Feb 25, 2016 9:55 AM
Angela Skelton
Aulcie Mae Johnson Battles
Hi,

I would like to ask your permission to use the photos you have posted here in my family tree. Would this permission extend to other photos you have posted on the site? No commercial use, and I am happy to credit you with the taking of the photos. You can send me an email at: burchfieldgilbertgenealogy (at) gmail (dot) com if you don't wish to put your name here.

Thank you,
Angela Skelton
Added by Angela Skelton on Jan 15, 2016 6:11 PM
Pat & Mac Hancock
Memorial # 35631724
Retta Mae Battles, 89 passed away 10 Dec 2015 and was buried at Longshore Cemetery, DeKalb Co., AL. Please add this info to her memorial.

Thank you........Waarrrrrrrr Eagle!!!
Added by Pat & Mac Hancock on Dec 13, 2015 2:10 PM
Sherry Nickles
cedar hill cemetery
I have a lot of information about graves in this cemetery and would like to add the information
Added by Sherry Nickles on Sep 19, 2015 11:36 PM
brent
Davis' at Tate
Please contact me about my Davis relatives. Thanks. Brent
Added by brent on Jul 27, 2015 1:33 PM
MaryAnn Raley
RE: Bankson Bible
My mom knew Martha Lyle and corresponded with her a couple of times. I've swapped a couple of e-mails with her myself.

It probably was Frank; we went to his house across from the graveyard (on the water) and talked for a good long time.
Added by MaryAnn Raley on Jul 12, 2015 9:18 PM
MaryAnn Raley
RE: Bankson Bible
I stumbled across the info on John S. Bsnkson when I was looking for something else, so I'm glad to share.

My line is Samuel Oliver, Jesse McMurtry, Elizabeth Ida (m. Walter Phariss), Mary Ida Phariss (m. H. C. Wiggins), Mary Frances Wiggins (my mother).

I haven't been up to the cemetery since before Mom died, and that's been over ten years. We ran into one of the Banksons (May have been Frank Blaine) who'd been caring for it. He warned us about going up there except in the winter for fear of rattlesnakes, so be careful.
Added by MaryAnn Raley on Jul 12, 2015 2:50 PM
MaryAnn Raley
RE: Bankson Bible
I've been up to the cemetery with my mom (my g-g-grandfather was Jesse McMurtry Bankson). It's one of those places you can't get to unless you've been there before. I'll keep trying to track down the Bible and if it ever surfaces, I'll let you know.
Added by MaryAnn Raley on Jul 11, 2015 8:17 PM
MaryAnn Raley
Dr. John S. Bankson
From the Transactions of the Medical Association (1879), pp. 13-14)"And, while I was permitted to congratulate you upon the fact that during the widespread havoc of the late epidemic of yellow fever, but few of the cities and villages of Alabama were invaded, yet our Association has not wholly escaped, and we are called upon to devote a memorial page to the dead. When the stricken city of Memphis appealed, by her desolations, to the benevolent for help, Dr. J. S. Bankson, of Stevenson, a Counsellor of this Association, and one of its Vice Presidents in 1876, though unprotected by a previous attack, with heroic self-sacrifice, went as a Good Samaritan to the help of the needy, and fell a victim to the destroyer. Let us honor his heroism and devotion to his chosen profession, while we cherish his memory in our hearts."

In "The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878 in Memphis, TN" p. 221, he is listed among the dead as a resident of "Court Street Infirmary." Died 18 Sept. 1878.
Added by MaryAnn Raley on Jul 11, 2015 6:41 PM
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