|William "Bill" Lollar (#47989601)|
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My hometown is Columbus, Mississippi, however, I currently live along the Gulf Coast of Northwest Florida.My primary paternal lines are Lollar, Goodman, Edwards, & Camp.My primary maternal lines are Guin, Logan, Henderson, & Ashcraft.I have a special interest in finding more information about my 3rd great-grandfather, Lawrence Lawler, who arrived from Ireland to Marshall County, Tennessee, and after working as a sharecropper he finally purchased land (170 acres in 1836; and 82.5 acres in 1837) near Berlin (formerly Cedar) Spring, just outside of Lewisburg, TN. He died without a will in 1845 and his widow/children were forced to move to Alabama to survive. If you can help in any way, please contact me.|
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|Casey Bridges||RE: Thanks!|
Your welcome, I also added the GPS coordinates.
|( Pam & Teresa ) Pamala Metzger Gammill&T||RE: Thanks!|
You are very welcome
|Earth Angel||Kenner Vaughn|
Thanks for the marker photo. Kenner was a wonderful boy from an awesome family.
|Christy McCranie Bare||RE: David Edward Collins|
I live kind of close to Pensacola. but I went out one day it was so hot I got tired of looking for the grave. Have you added them all his wife I cant find her. maybe unmarked or even remarried Im not sure. But dont go look was just curious if you still had photos. And Im glad you take your Grand daughter spend all the time you can they grow up so fast my daughter is now 16 she goes every now and then but she would rather do other things. Thanks again!
|Christy McCranie Bare||David Edward Collins|
I noticed you took a photo fro David Edward Collins in Clopton Cemetery Thank You a thousand times.
You are very welcome for the photos. I'm just sorry I couldn't get the last couple on your request list for Center Point. I have been slowly working on photographing the cemetery and have gotten it to about 50% completely photographed, so hopefully I will find them on a future visit if another photographer doesn't catch them before then. There are quite a few volunteers in the area too. I have enjoyed the "cemetery bug" because it's led me to even more genealogical discoveries. Good luck in your discoveries!
Added by TPE on Aug 14, 2014 3:01 PM
|The Proffitt's||Derden Photos|
Thanks so mich for the awesome photos! They are wonderful. Thanks so very muc for your time!
|Tom Honeycutt||Honeycutts at Mt. Zion Baptists|
Thanks for making photos of the Honeycutt stones at Mt. Zion Baptist Cemetery. A know a descendant of theirs that will be glad to see them.
|william poma||RE: LULA CLOPTON|
HI BILL , DO YOU HAVE ANCESTRY,COM . BECAUSE I FOUND INFO ON LAWRENCE LAWLER ABOUSE HIS ENLISTMENTS IN THE U S ARMY IN 1823 AND WHAT HE LOOK LIKE . LET ME KNOW IF YOU DON'T I SEEN YOU INFO . THANKS BILL POMA
|william poma||LULA CLOPTON|
HI BILL , THANKS YOU FOR INFO ON LULA FATHER AND MOTHER AND THANKS FOR THE PICTURE OF LULA GRAVE MARKER . THANKS WILLIAM POMA
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