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Hi, all. I'm Duffie G. C. Moore Jr. My families are from Hot Spring Co., Ark. & Garland Co., Ark. Moores, Hardins, Morris', Hubbards, Keeners & Maughans. The better half is Kathy Richardson-Moore, her families are from Iowa, Mo., Neb. & Cal.. Richardsons, Thurtells, Jensens and a host more.|
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The fall of 2008 we were asked to share our pictures with the Arkansas Grave Stone Project in Garland, Hot Spring, Dallas, Logan, Hempstead Counties. Arkansas. Thank you so much for recognizing our work.
We have also posted pictures on The Melting Pot Genealogical Society, Hot Springs, Ark. and Louisiana Gravestone Project. (That now have been removed for some reason)
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|William Price||Lawrence Reginald Burnside|
L.B. Burnside, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
Source: Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana
The Southern Publishing Company, Chicago & Nashville, 1890
L.R. Burnside, a native of Mississippi, was born in Neshoba County January 30, 1857, the oldest child of John and Martha (Jones) Burnside, the father a native of South Carolina, born in 1808, and the mother of Alabama, born in 1833. They were married in 1854. The father was a planter, and emigrated from S.C. to Alabama, locating in Pickens County, where he resided a short time, and then emigrated to Mississippi, commenced farming in Neshoba County, and resided there until his death, which occurred November 22, 1871. His widow is still living on the old home place. Lake Burnside was named after a brother of his. he was a member of the Masonic and Pattsburn, Miss. fraternities, and was a Royal Arch Mason, held the office of justice of the peace for a number of years, and his widow is a devout member of the Baptist Church.
L. B. Burnside was educated in the private schools of his natice county, and at the age of twenty years decided to work on his own responsibility, and engaged in farming, which he conducted until 1882, when he emigrated to Louisiana. In 1877 he married Miss Rosanna T. Fox, a native Mississippian, but she died January 20, 1890, leaving two children, Robert h. and Emmet, to mourn their loss. On March 20, 1890 in Newton County, Miss. he married Miss Janie Graham, a native of Alabama. She is a member of the Baptist Church.
Although he started out with little, he has, through energy and perseverance, succeeded in establishing a merchandising business valued at $12,000, and also owns 183 acres of land, 12 acres under cultivation. He is a member of the A.O.U.W. and a liberal contributor to all public enterprises.
|Jim Huggins||Old Neame|
Photo of Vickers child added 01MAR2014. Memorial # 33688288
Good job. Thanks for all you do, for us far-flung family researchers. Rebirth Brass Band makes saying 'goodbye' a whole lot easier. regards!
|Gala Sherman||Photo request|
Thank you so much for the Photo of my Aunt Nina Whitaker's memorial. I am truly grateful for all you have done...Thanks again Gala
|BEAR||Manilla (Willis) Parker Young|
Thank You for the Grandson's "Hot Link"
Added by BEAR on Feb 25, 2014 6:58 AM
|Kevin Frye||RE: Jerome Maurice Gaines|
YOur welcome. Ill get the photos sometime this week.
|Connie Cole||Change needed|
Could you please change the name of Leopelion Doyal at West Cemetery in Vernon Parish, Louisiana to Napoleon E. (Poley) Doyle. This is my great grandfather. The information on him is correct, just the name needs changing. You can see his name listed on the bio information. Thank you so much in advance.
|hbryson1||Headstone Photos at Neame Cemetery|
Hello Duffie, my name is Hal Bryson, and I'm writing to ask if I may have your permission to use several of your Find a Grave headstone photos in my Ancestry.com family tree. I think that the headstones are a useful addition to family trees and I would like to include them.
Please let me know. Thanks!
Added by hbryson1 on Feb 22, 2014 3:19 PM
|Macso||RE: Frances Vince|
You are very welcome. As to locating Mrs. Vargas, you would need some additional information. This cemetery would have several Vargas entries. She wouldn't be close to Frances as he is in a military monument. There are probably 25,000 people or more interred at this cemetery. If you can get some additional information, I would be happy to try to help find her. Chris
Added by Macso on Feb 19, 2014 11:12 PM
|Jennifer Bryant Durrett||Shirley Louise Cooley|
My grandmother Shirley Louise Cooley born Nov 2,1933 passed on Feb 19, 2014.
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