|Jeremy Brock (#46968573)|
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I've been an amateur genealogist since about 2003. Starting in May of 2007 I began researching on a regular basis.|
Some surnames I am researching:
Black, Bland, Brock/Brach (Germany), Brown, Burnett/Burnette (Scotland), Coates, Coker, Cook, Doles, Goodwin, Harris, Hudspeth, Jacobs, Jones, Kempt, Leeper (Ireland), Matthews/Mathis/Morphis, Mills, Moore, Partridge, Pollard (Ireland), Reavis/Revis, Rhodes, Savage, Scott, Sills/Zells (Alsace-Lorraine), Smith, West, Wiggins
Wake, Granville, Richmond and other counties NC
Kershaw, Fairfield, Chesterfield, Union and other counties SC
Limestone and St Clair counties AL
Crockett, Dyer, Giles, Hardeman, Lincoln, Madison, McNairy, Stewart counties TN
White, Sharp, Izard, Arkansas counties AR
Alcorn, Tippah, Carroll county MS
IL, IN, VA, MD, DE, KY
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|Billy Yarbrough||RE: John William Granger|
I am in the process of linking all the persons
in all the cemeteries in Western Colbert County,
Alabama. I have dozens of requests to different
contributors outstanding. I really don't which
one you were referring to but you are WELCOME.
Believe me,but I great pleasure on connecting
obscure links. I use census, SSDI, ancestry.com
mainly for my research.,
Have a great day and God Bless.
|Jan Lipford||RE: William R Jacobs Ramer Ramah|
Hi Jeremy, I transferred this memorial to you. Jan
|efficiencypro||RE: Duplicate memorials|
I deleted the other two memorials..looks like they just duplicated??
Thanks so so much for the photo!
|Kathryn Ann Beal henry||ancestry tree|
Yes, I do have a tree under the name of Henry/Beal/Elder Family Tree.
|Kathryn Ann Beal henry||RE: Martin Crafton|
Yes, I know it took me forever to write this back.. sorry!! Martin Luther Crafton and Gerome Tillman Crafton were brothers. There were a total of 9 Crafton children.
in 1900- Martin was in Sharp, Arkansas and married there in 1902.
in 1910- Martin was in big spring, Izard county, Arkansas.
in 1920- Martin relocated to red river, Texas.
in 1930- Martin is shown to be in dickens, Texas and stayed there until his death in 1961.
in 1900- Gerome was in Izard county, Arkansas
in 1918- Gerome relocated to red river Texas and is shown there in the 1920 census.
in 1930- Gerome was in dickens, Texas.
most of the Crafton family shortly left Texas and headed to California. Gerome died in 1963 in San Bernardino, California
|B Holland||James T. Sills photo|
Please feel free, Thanks for asking.
|Edward Harrell||Eureka Cemetery|
Going west from Selmer turn left onto Rose Creek road. Continue on it to the end. Turn right, then left at the first road on your left. That is Vernie Kirk Road. Continue on it for a good ways, always looking on your left for the cemetery. I can't say if there is a sign identifying the cemetery or not. You may have to stop and look as you go. Hope this helps.
|Edward Harrell||Location of Cemetery|
You didn't give me a name of the person you are interested in, or the name of the cemetery that person is buried in.
|Mike Daley||RE: E W Jacobs photo at Eureka Cemetery|
Yes, you may use this or any other photograph that I have taken in any way you wish. I do not feel that I "own" any of the photos that I have taken and wish to share them with anyone who wants them.
If I remember correctly, Eureka cemetery was located in the area near Big Hill Pond. In particular, it is off of Hwy 57 on Virnie Kirk Road.
|Ronnie Smothers||RE: Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery|
That would be great. I starting researching for Jimmy Morris and his ancestors are buried in this cemetery. You may be kin.
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