|Cindy Tebbetts Germany (#47672032)|
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I live in Carroll County,MS. I am currently working on getting Mississippi cemeteries mapped. There is nothing more frustrating than to drive for miles and end up in the wrong place. If you would like a family member's memorial transferred, please have made some significant contribution to FAG, i.e. grave photos, cemetery transcriptions, volunteer photos or sponsorships. Unless it is within FAG guidelines, I will not transfer to "memorial collectors". If I have photographed a request for you, consider it yours to do with as you please. Corrections and additional information are always welcome.|
I would like to give recognition to Herby (Amy) Bloodworth for many of the bios and family links that appear on memorials that I have created. The many hours of research he has put into this are certainly appreciated by family members and myself.
I would also like to thank Beth Austin and Monique (kalh7338) for the many obituaries they have sent me. I believe this helps us remember those we are memorializing.
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|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||LETITIA BRADSHAW SCREWS|
Cindy, thank you so very much for letting me know about the duplicate memorial. I worked long and hard on the Bradshaws, Oldhams, Screws, Martins, etc. I'm related to all of them. I see we are ourselves related in at least one distant way --maybe more since you live there! When I run across more things in my Grandmother Yankie's trunks I get started back on my Mississippi relatives.
I am a direct descendant do the Bradshaws whose subsequent children, grandchildren, etc. intermarried. The Yankeys changed the spelling of their name to Yankie during my Great Grandfather Jonathan William Yankie's lifetime. I do most of my work from home as I take care of my 94 year old Mother. Not much traveling for me! But I do have a lot to contribute as my Grandmother Yankie didn't throw ANYTHING away. I have seen your name a lot and see that you contribute a great deal --thank you for your so very important contributions. I have visited the family home and important places to my family in and around Yazoo and heard the stories all my life from my Father, Boots Yankie. Perhaps one day I can travel again. I'm contributing as much as possible while being bound to home; I don't even travel much around here currently, but am using my documents, letters, records, etc to help me with my research. My father wrote and dictated a lot of information to me and of course a lot of the family moved to Texas. Cousin Johnny Martin and his family lived with my G Grandfather Yankie and family until they found land and settled. I remember some of the Martins very well and loved them so.
Thank you for accepting my edits to add information to your memorials. I had forgotten that Clark was adopted and believe Daddy left the story on that so I'll probably eventually run on to it. I would appreciate if you delete my message as these can be seen by anyone (it looks like you keep yours deleted).
All the best to you, Nancy Yankie
|Cheryl Breaux||Photos of Jeff Hoffpauir and Helen Kammers|
I have a photo of Helen when she was younger. Would you like for me to post on Findagrave? Thank you for all the work you do on Findagrave.
|SLL||Annie Collins/Joseph Collins|
An email is being sent to let you know that I have uploaded the headstone for Annie Collins. Joseph (her husband) shows he died in 1840. The history on Find a Grave shows Warren Hebert Collins as her husband with the same date of death as 1840. Let me know if you want me to upload the headstone picture of Joseph's picture to Warren Collins, then you can correct the info if needed
Added by SLL on Nov 06, 2015 5:52 PM
|Peggy Mccormick Vaughan||lillie mae mccormick|
Thanks for all of your contributions to this site. I thought this may have been my grandmother but my Dad Was my Grandmothers oldest son and he was born in 1927.My Dad was Paul R. Mccormick.Have a grew day. 😊
|Cejae Jones||Zane Winston Jones|
Received your message regarding duplications. These are my ancestors and I do not have the time to wait around for folks who may or may not transfer photos and information to these pre-existing submissions. Case and point I posted my submissions months ago and you are just now realizing it. Please feel free to delete your submissions.
|Leona Henderson||Strickland, William Gideon Noren|
I have two things:
1. I want to thank you again and again for creating and transferring the memorial for WGN Strickland.
2. I want to officially ask your permission to add it to my FTM and Ancestry page. I want to be sure that you get the credit you deserve for your hard work.
Thanks for the your many memorials and photos that I have benefitted from.
|Brenda Ashford||Milford E. Perry|
Thanks for the transfer, and thanks for creating this memorial so that I could locate his burial place.
You're a pal. Thanks!
Added by TDavis on Aug 24, 2015 9:19 AM
I am very much interested in the Tollisons lying in Woodland Memorial Park. There seems to be no family info. included with these memorials. My goal is to connect all the tollisons into one tree. Perhaps this is impossible. If you have any family info, plz contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org thankyou for making these memorials.
Yes i know her and will ask her .I will see if Jessie knows where they are that is Lois brother. I am glad to know we are kin . I see Opel son Adurey all the time. He is married to a cousin on my dads side. small world thank you for all you have done for me Judy
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