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|Angie Hertzberg Martin||Ediits|
Hello! Just wanted to leave you a note letting you know that I've sent an edit or two your way. F.A.G. doesn't alert you to edits that need to be tended to, but a message does!
I know that you're not able to do edits at this time, I'm sorry to ask! I can ask F.A.G. to do the edits if that works better for you.
Angie Austin Martin
|Claud "Sonny" Miller||Laurence Chapman|
Can you transfer Laurence Chapman (48425792) to me. He was my brother-in-law. My # is 46516567.
|Darryl Long||Memorial# 45622046|
Dracula Elizabeth Wedgeworth
|Wildarene Hollingsworth||Sarah Allen|
Sorry I forgot to leave the memorial #
It is 43939962 in Pisgah Cemetery. Hope all is well with you and yours.
Wildarene Lane Hollingsworth
|Wildarene Hollingsworth||Sarah Allen|
Thank you for the nice memorial Her new tomb stone looks nice
She is my great-great Aunt, the daughter of Henry D Allen and Fanny White. She never married.
|Sheila Miller Mason||Ivey Hancock #50421419|
I noticed on Mr. Hancock's memorial you have birth as 1888, the headstone has 1883 and the census shows 1883 also. Than you for your help with this matter.
|ten||Nancy E. Burlison Ritter|
Here is more information on my request for transfer of Nancy Burlison Ritter to me. Memorial number 46252965 as she is my great grandmother. Thank you.
Added by ten on Dec 29, 2015 2:40 AM
I would like for Nancy Burlison memorial be transfer to me as she is my great grandmother. Thank you.
Added by ten on Dec 29, 2015 1:03 AM
|michelle pierce-bennett||Need a Correction in your time|
My brother Ralph C. Pierce is in this registry. I am so grateful.
He is in the Community Cemetery #7190140
That one needs to be removed.
The one in Beauregard Cemetery is correct.
May God bless your efforts and sending prayers up for your Spouse.
|LaDonna & Richard McKelvey||46486055|
Please add the following obit for John Hampton Williams Thank You
NEWSPAPER OBITUARY OF JOHN HAMPTON WILLIAMS, SR.
JOHN HAMPTON WILLIAMS, SR. PASSED AWAY TUESDAY 1:55 P.M. (8/5/1931)
Funeral Services of Pioneer Sabinian Thursday Afternoon at Florien Home.
Having blazed the trails of civilization in Sabine parish and seen these trails evolute from oxen
roads to paved highways with miraculous super-speed vehicles running thru developed farms and
midst institutions of enlightenment, far beyond the realization of any pioneer, JOHN HAMPTON
WILLIAMS, SR. expired at his home at Florien at 1:55 Tuesday afternoon, after serving a life of
progressiveness, and leaving a splendid family of boys and girs to carry on the work of making a
True to his friends and true to his country, MR. WILLIAMS applied for enlistment in the war
between the states, but was refused at the outbreak of that great conflict because of his tender age of
16, but did enlist the following year and served in the Confederate army until the close of the war,
having been in many important battles, including Camden, Arkansas and Mansfield, Louisiana, and
at the end of the conflict he returned to Sabine to spend the remainder of his days, ever ready to fight
for what he thought was right.
JOHN HAMPTON WILLIAMS, SR. was born in DeSoto Parish in 1846 and reached the age of
85 years. He moved to Many, Louisiana with his parents as a boy and in 1866 was married to MISS
NEOMI FORD, to which union 11 boys and 3 girls were born, one girl dying in infancy. His wife died
in 1890. In 1891 he wedded MISS SUSAN WOODELL, who survives him. To that union were born
three boys and a girl, all living.
At his bedside were his eleven sons and 3 daughters, all useful citizens of whom any father could
be proud and feel that life was worth giving up.
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