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I'm fairly new to genealogy and researching, but the bug has bitten hard.|
Any photos that I have posted, feel free to copy for your use. When I take a photo, my hope is that it will be useful to researchers, be appreciated by survivors, and enjoyed by them all.
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|LeeLee||RE: Weaver Cemetery, Lowndes Co|
Thank you for your reply. You are probably right about where the Collier stone is. Yes, I do know about the loss of the fence ... they probably took it for scrape. Breaks my heart that beautiful old fence is no longer there. It stood for so many years and now heartless thieves made off with it for what? a couple of bucks. I hope it wasn't the result of posting the cemetery and the photo on Find A Grave. :(
Added by LeeLee on Jun 24, 2016 7:38 PM
|LeeLee||Weaver Cemetery, Lowndes Co|
Hello! You took all those really wonderful photos of all the grave markers at Weaver Cemetery. What a great addition to all those memorials. You even added an Ellis grave that had been overlooked before! Sarah Idella Millisa Ellis ... but apparently there is another overlooked grave because I have a list done (what looks like a school report) in 1985. She did a great job ... anyway the report has another grave Francis Crigler Collier [No Dates, No inscription other than the name.] Anyway ... I'm not sure who this person might be but I looked on a couple of census records and I did find a Francis Collier born in VA married to Beverly H Collier. I also found a marriage record: Frances Crigler m Beverly Collier 23 Aug 1837 Lowndes. I'm thinking this is the same person as the grave in Weaver Cemetery previously overlooked. 1860 census Mr. Beverly Collier has a whole other wife. So, I'm going to add the grave to Weaver Cemetery and if you ever come across the stone (it is probably small) then maybe add it to the memorial. Thanks!
Added by LeeLee on Jun 23, 2016 7:14 PM
These are other people at Beersheba who are directly related to me:
Lavender, Son of JW & BV 32715562
b. Mar. 22, 1886 d. Mar. 22, 1886 Beersheba Cemetery
Pridmore, Mary Jane Madelphia Lavender 32715797
b. Sep. 14, 1855 d. Oct., 1932 Beersheba Cemetery
Pridmore, Henry Wilson 32715779
b. Dec. 16, 1858 d. Oct. 20, 1933 Beersheba Cemetery
Pridmore, Margaret Louise "Louisa" Storey 32715794
b. Sep. 19, 1829 d. Jan. 3, 1896 Beersheba
Storey, Henry McCrary 13029363
b. Mar. 29, 1793 d. Jun. 12, 1874 Beersheba Cemetery
Storey, Jane Morrow 13029316
b. Mar. 19, 1796 d. Jun. 11, 1888 Beersheba Cemetery
thanks again Dixie !
|Debra Lavender||Mary Ann Gammill Lavender|
Thank you for posting the picture of the restored headstone of Mary Ann Gammill, wife of Robert Lavender. When I saw it in person, in 1975, it was decayed and broken off. This is so encouraging! ~Debra (her gr-gr-gr granddaughter)
|Aaron Barnes||Tracy R. Green|
I see you posted a picture of Tracy Green from Columbus, MS and I was wondering if you were related to him or know anything about him other than that he was a policeman? I am trying to learn some details of his career as an officer of the Law. I would appreciate any help you can give. thanks.
|Larry||James P and Myrtle Holman|
Thanks for taking the photos of the graves stones of the subject individuals. I appreciate the effort you do for others. Have a great day.
Added by Larry on May 25, 2016 8:42 AM
|Valerie Neal||James Shakelford|
Thank you for the headstone photo!
|Jimmie Primo||mary pridmore|
|Neely's Station||Arnold LaFarge|
Thank you, Dixie!
|Gwen Langley Pittman||Ruby Sumrall|
Thank you for the memorial picture you added for Ruby Sumrall, it is very much appreciated.
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