|This Is Who We Are: One Big Family (#47309991)|
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Have been doing genealogy for many years. My direct line is Alsup, Brantley, Carrol, Daughtery, Edmonds, Everett, Farrow, Franklin, Hartsfield, Hoard, House, Pitman, Sanders, Shirley, Solomon, Tate, Tomlinson, and Waters.|
Family history needs to stay alive and I am doing my part to keep my family in my tree alive for the future.
My Virtual Cemeteries are of my friends that I knew who have passed on. If I have posted any of my friends who are relatives of yours by Find A Grave guidelines I will transfer them to you.
The other virtual cemeteries Surnames beginning with A - Z are MY family members that are in my family tree weather they are by blood or marriage these I will not transfer but you can start a virtual cemetery for your relatives, as I have done with those I do not manage.
If you find a relative of yours in my virtual cemetery please leave flowers. It is sad that people who have passed on is never remembered again.
I also have virtual cemeteries for photo's that I need of monuments. Find A Grave limits you to 20 requests per week and there are so many that I have added a virtual cemetery for photo request. If you happen to be near any of these cemeteries and are willing to take pictures please do so and post them. I have listed these cemeteries by states.
Thank you for visiting and happy hunting!
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|Claire||Jack Springs Cemetery photo requests|
I tried to tell you before that this cemetery is not called this anymore if it once was. It is the McCullough Community Cemetery and it has been recorded completely. Creating a new cemetery page and calling it Jack Springs Cemetery and then making photo requests there will not get your photos taken. I suggest you look at the pages for the McCullough Community Cemetery and I know at least that Ezra Mack will be found there.
Added by Claire on Mar 09, 2014 9:10 AM
I found out William Watson was my great grandfather he was married to Ollie Jones.
Hi I'm married to a Tomlinson, I have been able to only go back a 3 generations, the oldest being William Albert Tomlinson b. 9 Nov. 1866 d. 11 Mar 1907, burial is in Pleasant Hill Cem.in Lamar County, Paris, Tx.
Just wondering if you might have him listed on your family tree??
Thanks, Rhoni T
Added by Rhoni T on Jan 23, 2014 9:05 AM
|Donald Flynn||RE: Asaph Alsup' grave|
I am probably having a senior moment. but I can't remember what this is about. Apparently, I asked if I could transfer a memorial to you. I checked the graves for Asaph Alsup. There are about 6 of them, am none are for a memorial that I manage. Could you help me remember what this about.
|Geneva Adams LaGrone||Frank Alsup|
The old Macedonia Cemetery in Panola Co Tx has been restored. There was a dedication there in 2012 now they are having a 1 yr gathering there.There has been a research for the cemetery and a book put in the Old Jail Libray. There was a article in the Panola Watchman and Also Country Crossroads magazine of Panola Co Tx. You can contact me a firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kim Nichols Morris||RE: Tabitha Brown Alsup|
I'll try to keep this brief! :)
I was searching for the great Cherokee warrior chief Oconostota whom my grandmother said was my 5th great-grandfather. He was supposed to be through the line where Drury Alsup and Tabitha Brown were. I then hit the brick wall with Tabitha. Knowing that finding native American roots were difficult, I wondered if she could be the link. I had also heard that Chief Yonagusta "Drowning Bear" was a grandfather of ours, too.
I have a first cousin that is an archaeologist that has traced our tree back to Oconostota but hasn't had the opportunity to share his findings. He did give me the hint to find an in-common surname with people related to the Cherokee Civil War Brig. Gen. Stand Watie. Lo and behold, the name was "Brown". Chief Drowning Bear's English name was "John Brown". When I plugged his name in as Tabitha Brown's father, I quickly shot straight back to Oconostota.
I'm not saying that my research is correct, but it is what I was expecting to find, except Oconostota turned out to be my 6th great-grandfather.
I would be interested to hear your thoughts on this possibility.
Happy to be your cousin!
|Walter Dunn||Dorothy Elliott #þ 71920618|
Please add Plot:
Section C Lot 108 Space 7
She was buried under the name of Collins and buried next to her husband Elliott. I assumed Elliott was her 1st husband and Collins was her last husband. Head stone gives her name: Dorothy Dean Elliott and which I would assume Dean was probably her maiden name.
|Amy Marron-Starling||Susan Alsup|
According to my info, Susan was a cousin to Daniel and the child of an Asaph Alsup.
Email me and maybe we can exchange info, because obviously you have something different than I.
The information I got was from another source and if it's wrong, I'd really like to know.
|Perry L||RE: Solomon|
My wife is a Solomon and descends from Lazarus. I have been working the Solomon line for about 15 years and use Find-a-Grave to keep track of the principal lineage graves. Do you descend from Mary Solomon and Lazarus Soloman Brantley?
Added by Perry L on Aug 01, 2011 8:00 AM
|Jon Cole Thomas||Find A Grave Correction: Eula Melton|
I made the change to Eula S Brown Melton (39767830) and linked her to her husband. However, if you want them linked to their children you will need to contact the contributor for the children becuase they will need to make those changes.
Husband: Knox E. Melton #58467814
Leon Alphus Melton #39768322
Noel Earnest Melton #39768473
Juanita e. Melton Holland #39768024
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