|Jerry Owen (#46500753)|
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Home town, Memphis, TN. Currently resides in Ripley, Ms. Minister for the Church of Christ.|
Wife is Patricia Simpson Owen, also of Memphis.
Family names include: Taylor, Owen, Simpson, Rogers, Brown, Bailey, most of these from TN, AR,& MS. Woodfin and Sanders in AL. Henson in MS.
Will do cemetery lookups and photos in Tippah Co., MS.
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This has answered many ?, Paralee is my GGGM and Josiah was her Stepfather. Thanks, Evelyn
|Norma Smith||Lawrence Emerson Robinson|
Birth Date should be May 29, 1901.
|John Bauer||Dora Davidson|
Thanks also for photographing her stone! -- John
|John Bauer||Charlie & Myrtle Daniel|
Jerry, thanks for photographing their stones. Much appreciated. -- John
|SCOTT WILSON||Roy Leo Wilson Sr.|
Couple of edit corrections on Find a Grave info for Roy Leo Wilson Sr., DOB is 2 Jan 1929, sister is Bobby (not Robbie) Wilson McCaskill and he had a second brother who precided him in death, James Oliver Wilson Sr. I'm his nephew, son of Johnny Forest. If oyu prefer you can switch him to me for editting. Thanks
|Karen Langridge||Thank you|
Thank you, Jery, for adding Abbott Coleman Rucker, Sr., as child to Henry Tate and Nancy Ann Kavanaugh Rucker.
|Karen Langridge||Cpt. Abbott Coleman Rucker , Sr.|
Would you please add Henry Tate Rucker (memorial 9181002) and Ann Kavanaugh Rucker (memorial 9181017) as parents of Abbott Coleman Rucker, Sr. (memorial 29866008)? He's recorded as their son on page 119 of The Rucker Family Genealogy by Sudie Rucker Wood, c. 1932, Old Dominion Press, Inc., Richmond, Va.
Thanks for your consideration.
You have helped me on so many photos. I really appreciate all your help.
|Vicki Hittson||Frances Watts Beck|
Thank you for all of your hard work on Find A Grave. Frankie Beck is my 4th GGM and through DNA I have finally been able to prove her and her family as my own. Are you aware of a burial site for her husband, John Emasy Beck, who died 1840 at the Beck Plantation in Northern Division of Marshall County, MS? Much love, Vicki
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