|Bobbie Carson Wilson (#46830615)|
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|I started working on my family tree in 2003 and was immediately addicted to genealogy and the importance of preserving tombstone pictures and information for future generations. Some of the individuals and pictures that I have posted are of no connection to me, only a memorial for future generations to treasure. If you find I have made an error or would like to add more information, please email me and put findagrave in the subject line. Families I'm researching CARSON, PARKER, JONES, GRIFFIN, HOWE, FOLEY, O'BOYLE, WILSON AND THEIR DESCENDANTS.|
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|Sallie Pierdolla||Elroy and Frances Davis|
Thank you for the transfers of the Davis's
|Tim P||Wilson Griffin|
Melissa Jacobs Griffin of Brenham, TX gave me a copy of the US 1850 Census (Angelina County Texas) showing household # 25-25 headed by Wilson Griphean, age 44, male, farmer from Tennessee. Wife, Elizabeth, age 42, female from South Carolina. Children: Newton, 18, male, Tennessee; Jasper, 17, male, Tennessee; Mary, 14, female, Tennessee;Jacob (my grandfather), 10, male; Louisiana, Unice, 6, female, Texas; Ann, 4, female, Texas; 'not named, 2-1/2, female, Texas.
Added by Tim P on Aug 29, 2015 8:20 PM
|Susan Bruffey Lehman||Manamus Alchyny "Manny" Beard|
Born 28 Dec 1852, Madison County, Mississippi, died 06 Oct 1933 Jackson Parish, Louisiana was the son of Pleasant Rufus Beard and Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Deloney related to me via my 2nd great grandfather's wife Laura Jane Beard, have more information on him and his family to share with you.
|JimO||William E. Brown|
Pfc. William E. Brown was a member of C Company, 192nd Tank Battalion. He was stationed in the Philippine Islands when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
On April 9, 1942, he became a Prisoner of War and took part in the death march. He was held as a POW at Camp O'Donnell and Cabanatuan. He died at Cabanatuan from disease. His remains were returned home after the war.
Added by JimO on Apr 12, 2015 8:29 AM
|Shelia Herndon||Levi and Ella Dempsey|
Thank you for the transfer of both of them.
|Shelia Herndon||Della K Hargrove Shows|
You accidentally transferred her to me. Was she suppose to go to someone else? I can give her back to you.
Thank you for the transfer....
Thank you for your commitment to preservation for future generations!!!
|Lori ||Doyle Ricks|
Thank you for adding my grandmother, Doyle Ricks, to Find A Grave!
Added by Lori on Sep 07, 2014 8:11 PM
|Lee Ann Swanner Hodnett||Sarah Peel|
Thanks for the link & edit.
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