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My name is Shannon Gorman. I was a "Navy Brat". My dad graduated from Ole Miss and went into the Navy to fly jets. I married a Navy submariner, so I spent the first 40 years of my life moving from duty station to duty station. My summers were spent with my grandparents in Gulfport and Columbia, Mississippi. Home to me is Mississippi.|
I am the publisher of the MsMarion.com website and the Mostly Mississippi database, with over 102,000 files. This database is free and can be found at http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=shannon50
I have a Masters Degree in Business Education and have taught in high schools and junior colleges. For genealogy education, I completed the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Consultant Genealogist course, and have 17 proven American Revolutionary War Patriot Ancestors, with others in process. I have helped 20 other people join DAR by working on their lineage with them. I have completed the BYU South Eastern United States genealogy course, and am currently enrolled in second course.
I have photographed over 5000 funeral home records. I published the Colonial Funeral Home Records 1913-1915, and have two more sets of funeral home records in the publishing process. The first volume can be found in the DAR Library in Washington, DC. If you have guestions about the Colonial Funeral Home Records, just ask. I am not doing this to make money. There is no charge for communicating with me!
I have been photographing tombstones for longer than Find a Grave has existed, but do not intend to compete with, or duplicate work other people are now doing or have done. I am happy so many people are participating in documenting cemeteries.
I do not want to manage any more memorials. I ask questions about some of them, but that does not mean I want to manage them, it only means I had a guestion. Thank you in advance for not making me the manager of any memorial unless I expressly asked to manage it. I consider it a big responsiblity to manage the memorials and it is very time consuming to get them right. I am not someone who wants to have the most memorials entered, I want to be the person who is willing to document the source and provide correct lineage information on the memorials I manage.
If I do not respond right away, please email me. Some health issues put me down for a couple of years but I am determined to bounce back. I am not ignoring you, I promise.
Happy Hunting and I look forward to working with you on Find a Grave.
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Are you related to the James O. Gorman Family of Paris, Tennessee? My great grandmother was Mary Grace Gorman Wife of Walter Carter also of Paris, Tennessee. I am interested in any I formation that you might have. You can email me at email@example.com. Thank you.
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|Shirley Fortenberry Ramshur||Falk|
Do you have any idea what year Jesse and Lucy Nace Falk died.
There daughter is married into my Fortenberry's
|Robert Abney||RE: Thank you|
The Rawls family member in search of the Joseph Ford Cemetery sent me a note that he had easily found the cemetery..Robert
|Robert Abney||RE: Felder, Isaac Cemetery|
I have sent a note to the originator of the cemetery with a request to correct the listing.
When that is accomplished I will review for correct burial information.
thank you, Robert
|janine mcquiston||Mary Lowe|
To remove the photo of the stone would be up to the person that added it. Gene Phillips. His name is under the photo. Thanks, Janine
|Christopher Beard||RE: Stogner|
Shannon, Yes, you were thinking in the same direction as I was for finding some proof in death and/or marriage records and obits. I will try to pursue that route a little. If I find something, will certainly let you know.
Merry Christmas to you too. Hope all is well over your way. Chris
Hi Shannon. Thanks for sending the info on Margaret "Peggy" Jemeson Stogner. I'm wondering if the notation of "one child" in 1900 is not an error or perhaps a misunderstanding of the question on either the part of the census taker or the person providing the info. Since Peggy is living with just one child, perhaps that is what was understood. In any case it must be incorrect, as Peggy is already married to Simeon Nathaniel Stogner and appears as his wife in the 1850 census with a new born (Thomas). Her brother (William Jemeson) is also living with them. They remain married for the 1860 and 1870 census, adding children Mary (c1852), William Wallace(c1854), Melvinia (c1857) in 1860 and two more in 1870: Vernon (c1862) and Emeline (c1867).
In 1880, I believe they are living with married daughter, Mary.
A bit of confusion with records is always fun to pursue. :) Will look into it a little further. Chris
|Don Simoneaux||Joel Bullock Memorial|
My gg-grandfather is L. Joel Bullock, and I see you have a memorial (# 102766058) for him in Marion County with date of death 17 Jan 1932. I recently obtained the death certificate for the Joel Bullock who died 17 Jan 1932 in Marion County and discovered that this person was only 2 years old. My gg-grandfather, L. Joel Bullock, had a son named Simeon, and his father was also named Simeon. I believe this is where the confusion comes in. The informant for the Joel Bullock who died in January 1932 was Simeon Bullock, apparently the son of L. Joel Bullock. So I believe the Joel Bullock who died in January 1932 is actually the grandson of my gg-grandfather, which means I'll need to do more research to discover when my gg-grandfather, the subject of this memorial actually died.
|Don Looser||RE: Richard Albritton|
Thank you for the update on your research. My wife is a Mississippi Albritton through East Texas ultimately to Navarro County where her father was born.
My only brush with the great state was the privilege to teach on the faculty at Mississippi College in the mid sixties and to enjoy the culture and hospitality of the Jackson area people.
We live in Houston and are surrounded by Mississippi friends. Good stuff. If I get brave enough, I'm going to pick up my DAR efforts from 20 years ago with the ultimate aim of documenting the Albritton family for our two grand daughters.
Greatly enjoyed reading your Find a Grave biography.
|Don Looser||RE: Richard Albritton|
Thank you for the update on your research.
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