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Angela Cozart McKnight (#47019333)
 member for 7 years, 7 months, 27 days
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I have been doing genealogy since 1991. I have always appreciated other people who have taken pictures for me, and this is my way to give back. You are more than welcome to use the pictures I take for your own personal use and/or on, so you do not need to ask me for permission. My favorite cemetery is Evergreen Cemetery in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Please feel free to ask for transfers. I am also appreciative to Jennifer Horner (#48884539)for contributing many obituaries for the memorials at Evergreen Cemetery.
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Michael Gaines
RE: Sailor Erasmus Wise & Family
No prob, glad I could help.
Added by Michael Gaines on Feb 05, 2016 5:36 PM
Michael Gaines
RE: Sailor Erasmus Wise & Family
A book was published in 1990 that listed all of the known burials in both the City cemetery and the Confederate Section. He is listed as being in the City Cemetery, Lot 148, and a notation says that the grave is unmarked. For many years the city cemetery was referred to as the Confederate Cemetery. Initially Find A Grave only had one entry for the entire thing, but was later divided the two into separate entities. I am trying to audit the graves for the cemetery and make corrections as needed. I can email you a map of the cemetery if you would like, showing where lot 148 is.
Added by Michael Gaines on Feb 05, 2016 3:19 PM
Michael Gaines
Sailor Erasmus Wise & Family
Hi Angela,
I just wanted to let you know that the Wise family that you have listed in the Manassas Cemetery, Confederate Section are all actually buried in the Manassas Cemetery, not the Confederate Section. Find A Grave has two different entries for these cemeteries. There are only about a dozen identified burials in the Confederate Section, and none are divided into lots.
Added by Michael Gaines on Feb 02, 2016 1:12 PM
Mathew Lawson
Esta and Thomas Baldwin
Thank you for the transfer of the memorial for my grandparents.

I noticed your last name, wonder if there is a connection to Christopher Franklin McKnight and his wife Rebecca Napier?
Added by Mathew Lawson on Jan 07, 2016 12:01 AM
Sophia Sawyer 86846450
A biography of Sophia is here:

She is part of America's disremembered history.
Added by cw-sawyers on Oct 08, 2015 4:00 AM
Chris Nichols
Memorial# 86826652 Sara Ann McGhee Mayes
Will you please link Sara Ann McGhee Mayes memorial to her parents memorials. Zera McGhee Memorial# 141053440 and Mary Caroline (Polly) Harris McGhee Memorial# 141053534.

I am a descendant of Zera and Polly.

Thank you
Chris McGhee Nichols(#47825047)
Added by Chris Nichols on Aug 24, 2015 9:49 PM
James Larson
relationship of 2 of your memorials
Ms. McKnight; I am Find A Grave member James Larson, and I was a personal friend of someone honored by one of your memorials who is interred at the Antioch East Cemetery outside of Magnolia, AR. I was wondering if you would connect the two following persons:

1). Mark Travis Wilkerson, #94426561
2). Audrey Claudette Wilkerson, #71615194

As you read in the text of Audrey Wilkerson's memorial, Mark was her son.

If you would please connect these two, I - and I'm sure his family - would be very grateful.

Thank you!
Added by James Larson on Jul 06, 2015 3:18 PM
Dennis & Linda
RE: William Mayes
I was standing next to him while he looked up the names and plot. Not sure that this is the same person who helped me a few years ago. Cannot remember. The map is laid out like a blueprint. I think that he had to reference the names from another book first and then located the exact spot on the map. Each plot shows the name. Sorry that I cannot be of further help. -- dennis
Added by Dennis & Linda on May 18, 2015 1:35 PM
Will Odom
100 year Reunion C of C
The Normangee Church of Christ would like to let all / any of the Cozart family members know that we plan to hold a 100 year reunion / celebration of its' existence on June 7, 2015. We would like to include all the names of members of the Normangee Church of Christ since its' beginning in 1915. All are welcome to come! Please let us know - text or call 979-218-3402 or email, Thank You, Will Odom, retired minister.
Added by Will Odom on Mar 31, 2015 8:07 AM
Angela, thank you. Yes I know that he is still living, or at least was last summer. He came out to AZ and I met him, and he is so nice. That is when I found out about his daughter, Raeanne, that died in a car wreck.
Thank you anyway!
Added by Nancy on Mar 31, 2015 12:59 AM
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