|Steve Amos (#47643540)|
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Steve, if I have any AMOS family memorials that you wish for me to transfer or any other surnames, please let me know. Hope you received your Etowah County Heritage book. Have a blessed Thanksgiving! Nancy
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|daffney amos||RE: Amos Family|
Hey Steve, I am sorry I haven't got back with you . My mom has been batteling colon cancer for the past 3 years. She lost her battle recently to it. I am sorry I haven't been able to get back to you. I will try to get with you soon. I would love to share info. I am kinda stuck on a few things. I can't get past Daniel Amos to find where we are from. I also can't find my great grandmother Lula Banister Amos. There is a pic of George Franklin Amos at the Gasden library in the Scarboro collection if you haven't seen it. Will hopefully get with you soon to share info. Thank you, Daffney
|Nancy Cornelius||RE: Marcelle Amos Williams at Marshall Memorial Gardens|
Could Marcelle's other name been Ila. I have found an Ila M. Williams with dates of Aug 10, 1925 and died Feb. 22, 2011 in Albertville AL(according to SS Death Index). I found Franklin and Hattie in a 1930 census record that has Marcell as a child of the age of 5. In the 1940 census she is living with mom, and not married, with the dob 1925. The only name I am comming up with right now is Ila M. Williams and if my memory is correct, I do believe that name was on file at the cemetery. Would you happen to know Marcelle's husband.
|Nancy Cornelius||Marcelle Amos Williams at Marshall Memorial Gardens|
Steve can you tell me anything about this lady. Do you happen to know any dates or parents. I can not find a record at the cemetery for her. The person that has this memorial has had people posted in the wrong cemetery before. I have been able to find most of her people with some help. I'll check with Maria also, I know she has been helping you.
|Lucretia Rodgers||James B. Amos (1864-1925)|
Do you know who his parents are? He is buried at Belcher's Chapel and was married to Lizzie Henry (My great aunt).
|Head Hunter (Maria)||103670160 Belchers Chapel in Alabama|
No date has still been etched as of today when I drove out to this cemetery. I told you back when she died I would keep an eye out on this for you. This is my second trip here since the beginning of the year and nothing yet. Will keep it on my radar though. Still haven't forgotten K. Potter Amos in Collinsville either. Trying to find her too but no luck, YET.....
|History Girl||RE: Robert Lee Amos|
Steve - it's done. Very sorry for your loss. Best Regards
|daffney amos||Amos Family|
My name is Daffney Amos Haney I have been doing research on my Amos line always love to connect to long lost cousins. My father is Kenneth Amos. He is the son of Arthur Amos and Nathlee Snider,MY great grandparents were Milton Amos and Lula Banister. My great,great grandparents were George Franklin Amos and Margaret Emeline Satterfield. My great,great,great grandparents were Charles Amos and Susan Richards. Then my great,great,great,great, grandparents were Daniel Amos and Orpah Cooper. Does any of this sound familiar to you? If so maybe we could talk and share info.Have a blessed day.
|Karen Ann King Starkey||Re: David P. Roberts in Lawnville Cemetery|
I have transfered this memorial to you.
Hello. My Amos line comes from the East Tennessee area. Beyond that, I don't have much information on that side of my family. I've heard, though, that the Amos's are of English descent (I'm Scot-Irish on my mother's side). My dad was James Spencer Amos, born in Kingston, TN., and he and my mother divorced after around 25 years of marriage. He died in 1985 and is buried in Omaha, NE. His father was John Thomas Amos 1896-1965, his father was Charles Amos 1854-? and his father was John Amos ?-?. That's basically all I know. There are some cousins around here who have done more research on the family. My real interest has always been on my mother's side of the family due to a strong thread of oral histories and family connections.
Sorry I don't know much more,
Added by JAMorgan on Feb 18, 2013 7:43 AM
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