|Dawn Kelley (#47319272)|
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I have been working on my family's genealogy since the 1980s. My research focuses on the Kelley, Renshaw & Latimer families in Texas and the Girling, Quin, Kaigler, Massey, Cansler, Bobo & Herrington families in Mississippi.|
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|GloriaBee||John Kaigler (1777-1843)|
Dawn, this is interesting reading. Hope you will share your source. Also hope you didn't get the info from the Kaigler website. I can't vouch for the other info on that site, but I found one huge error about the name of my mother's aunt.
|Mark Gaines Miles||Jesse Massey|
Truely a quick reply. :) Mary Eliza Coulter was my great grandmother, Elizabeth Agnes Coulter's sister. Mary Eliza was born on her father, James Knox Coulters farm and died there during the 20th century (see family links on findagrave). Elizabeth and Mary Eliza's mother was a Hunt, daughter of James Jackson Hunt one farm over. The Massey's and the Hunts were intermarried and were cousins. Do you have any Hunt relatives?
When Mary Eliza died, her neice whom she raised after the death of her father took posession of the photos and kindly allowed me to photograph them. She died many years ago and I have no idea where the originals are now. Some of the unidentified may include Massey's, Hunt's, and Coulters. Do you have any idea where I could post some of these photos in hopes that someone may be able to identify some of these people? Some of them do have names on the back but I have been unable to locate any descendants.
So good to hear from you.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Dear Mrs. Dawn Kelley,
Thank you Maam for what your doing, have done, and shall do. It is well.
On Massie's too have you gone to Virginia and New Jersey?
That lines follows hundreds of years of kin.
Please add me as your friend on Find A Grave now too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
|Willa Cunningham||RE: Mary Ann Wood Cunningham|
Thank you so much for the memorials re my in-laws Herbert Thomas Cunningham Sr. and Mary Ann Wood Cunningham. And I appreciate the death certificate as I will copy it and put it with my records. I was thinking I would have to go to the courthouse in Benjamin Texas and get the certificate but now you have provided it..great!
By the way, Mary Ann was called "Jack" by everyone, not many people knew her real name as Mary Ann.
I will place pictures of Herbert and Mary Ann on their memorials. You may not have gone to Mattie Allene Wood Griffith's memorial as I placed a picture there. Mattie Allene was always thought to be somewhat mentally slow and I felt sorry for her as not having a pictue on her memorial. As far as I know her family never made many pictures of her, I had only one of her as a child so that was all I had.
RE the obituary for Mary Ann Cunningham which I have not been able to find. Thank you for suggesting I go to the library in Munday, Texas.
Thank you for all your hard work!
|Barbara||RE: Birth announcement|
Claire has a beautiful memorial. Thank you for adding the note. Barbara
Added by Barbara on Aug 20, 2013 5:59 PM
|Barbara Tynes Claiborne||Rogers in Texas|
Thank you so much for your contributions to our Rogers family, especially the photos. I spent years looking for Mary Katura Rogers Moore. I'm no longer able to travel to Texas to search for myself, so your service is invaluable. And thanks to you, not only is the Rogers family reunited in death, but living survivors are finding each other! Barbara Tynes Claiborne
|MsMarion||Robert Henry Felder|
Bio added as requested. Thank you for the time and effort you make to ensure the preservation of history in Mississippi.
Added by MsMarion on Jun 16, 2013 8:02 PM
|Jeanene Stermer||RE: Warren Wagner, Memorial# 104080508|
How great! Both very interesting men! With both dying at same age and buried in same cemetery, the shooting sounds like a "soul contract" to me. Your work on Mr Wages was thoughtful and it is appropriate he is given credit for helping our country.
|Jeanene Stermer||Floyd Holmes #104129514|
Just to acknowledge you on the beautiful memorial! You handled the "big one" with grace...good job! Was fun being a part of it....feel like he is almost family. Jeanene Stermer
|Vickie Nelson||Col Adolphus Philip "A.P." CanslerFind A Grave Memorial# 41706166|
I went to Brownsville Cemetery today. I took more pictures of my ggg grandfather's grave stones. I was pleased that there was a flag on his grave in honor of memorial day. I wanted to see if I could take a better picture than was on the Find A Grave memorial. There was stone at the foot of
his grave that was pretty much in the clear. In other words it was not sunk into the ground, etc.
I turned it over and saw his initials. I thought it might be his footstone, so I added the picture. I left it where it was, but it is not attached or stood up like a footstone usually is. There was already what I thought was a footstone behind his gravestone, but I did not dig to see. It looked like someone had put it there to hold the stone up and in place. I looked for Sampson, but could not find a graveston. There is, however, beside AP a base of a stone that looks pretty old, but there was no sign of what might have been once in it. Once I got them on his memorial I could not rearrange them so that his stone was showing first. Please, rearrange or feel free to take them down, whichever you wish to do.
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