|Little Marie (#47904550)|
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I enjoy visiting cemeteries, taking photos of the gravestones and statuary. I was so excited when I discovered the FIND A GRAVE website because I finally have a place to use the information I have been gathering. |
My special interests are my ancestors' families: McCorkle, Brandon, Locke, McLeod, Coleman, Yeomans/Youmans, Rountree, Gardner, Webb, Moore, Brashear, Pitts, Hall, Forney, Hoke, Bergner, Balfour, Abernethy, Givhan, Johnson, Mobberley, Potts, Pegram, Bumpass, Matthews, Perry, Coats, Jenkins, Dorsey, Pope, Chapman, Dixon, Porter, Sandifer, Dickinson, Loughlin, Wallette, etc.
Recently I have begun research of my husband's family and am interested in the Landrum, Carter, Pruitt, Redmond, Music, Wilkie and King families.
My profile photo is of the real "Little Marie." She was Marie Chapman Senyard, daughter of Mary Ethel Brashear and Dr. Oscar Chapman, sister of Elmo Mobley Chapman, and wife of Faye Senyard. She was my grandmother Alice McCorkle Coleman's first cousin, and, though I never knew her, I know that she, like many other members of our family, was very interested in preserving her family's history and heritage, as I am. I use her picture to honor her. This picture is courtesy of Moses M. Coleman, Jr., my father.
Much of the personal family info that I have been able to add to my family memorials comes from the book "Granny Bess" which contains historical info, letters, newspaper articles, and photos of the McCorkle, Brashear, Moore, Webb, Dorsey, Johnson and related families.
Two other excellent sources of information for Moore family research are the book "Rodeham Moore of Patrick County, Va - His Descendants and Known Kin" by Merle Moore, and The Association For The Descendants of Rodeham Moore. The Association is a national organization and has an internet web site.
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|Donna Sikes Holley||Raymond and Geneva Popham|
Thank you for the photos!
Man thanks for posting the pix on the Scotts' memorial pages - much appreciated!
Added by Adrienne on Jul 11, 2015 8:39 AM
|Tonya Wyatt Splawn||Ethel Wyatt Pratt Seale #125912361|
I was wondering if you could transfer this memorial to me. I am trying to get all my family together. Ethel Jewel Wyatt Pratt Seale #125912361.
Thanks for everything.
|Shirley M. Strickland||James and Zora Bolesta|
Hello Marie, thank you for the transfer of Zora also. And, thank you for adding the picture of their marker.
|Shirley M. Strickland||James Bolesta|
Thank you Marie for the transfer of James to be.
I do enjoy bringing life those who have left this life on earth.
|mary lucas||Bertha Richardson Photo|
Thank you for taking and posting this photo.
|Iriss Hill||Fred Fox marker|
Thank you for the nice marker photo for he and his wife, and info added!
|Tonya Wyatt Splawn||other memorials|
Could you also transfer three other memorials?
Ethel Monday #125867759
Claiborne Monday #125867514
Lee Monday #125867720.
Thanks so Much
|Tonya Wyatt Splawn||Josie Reynolds Monday #125867743|
I Was wondering if you could transfer Josie Reynolds Monday to me. She was my great grandmother.
|Seaskidawg||RE: Effie T. McIntosh|
Thank you very much for your great explanation. Mother says there were so many McIntoshes running around Glynn county that she's not surprised that our family had never heard of her. She did say that there were some McIntoshes living on St Simons, but it appears that all of our line are buried in what is known as the McIntosh Cemetery, of US17 up near Darien. Mother has been there and she says from the last time it appeared well documented and taken care of. If you ever want to ask questions or discuss the McIntoshes of Darien and Mt Pleasant, Wayne County, the Cowarts (of Shellman's Bluff and Mt Pleasant in Wayne County), or the Tyre family (approximately same geographical location) just give me a shout,
Thanks again very much,
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