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Please submit any additions or corrections to me under "EDIT" and "SUGGEST A CORRECTION" on the memorial site. I will be happy to add any information and relationship links for you, please possible furnish appropriate link numbers. I will transfer memorials of your ancestors or unless they are also my ancestors. |
You are all welcome and your kind words. Thank you for your efforts!
I do not look at the messages very often, but I am attempting to address all of your suggestions and questions and corrections..thanks
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|Sonja Krisell||William Thompson|
His obituary has been added to his memorial. Thanks for sending.
|Raymond Williams||RE: Judith Joanna Eagle Nutt|
I have nothing more. A lot of sources I don't trust. Various stories from my family (I am a descendant through Mahalia Nutt) conflict in small and big ways. The stories on the Internet conflict greatly.
I am certain Ben was hung by Northern sympathizers however. My argument is here: http://thearkansan.com/?p=96
Maybe we can clear things up at some point. I have located the plot that was the Ben Nutt farm in Calhoun county. At some point, I will talk with the landowners about searching for her grave I am good at finding them.
I live in Sheridan and own property near Benton cemetery. If you don't live near and need something researched at a cemetery, let me know.
|Roy Weaks||Isaiah Warren, III|
I am a descendent of Isaiah and Mary Jane Warren. You are showing that they are buried in Peters Cemetery in Fayette County, Georgia. Can you provide information on how you arrived at this conclusion, as there are not any grave markers for them.
|Linda Newman||Rowell Cemetery, Cleveland County, ARkanas|
I have been working on the Rowell Cemetery trying to connect families together and add some obits and other information to the graves. I have also been taking pictures of the tombstones at this cemetery since is not far from me. I am also adding graves that was left out. Thank you for all the hard work that you do on Find A Grave.
|Patti A. Hereford||Mary Malinda Yawn Yawn|
Just trying to verify her who parents were and need more information about them if anyone has any, can't seen to find any records on these names. I understand her maiden name was Yawn and she married Isaac Newton Yawn. Burial for both are at :
Willow Grove Cemetery
Death: Mar. 22, 1945
d/o Newton Knight and Lena Knight Yawn
Isaac Newton Yawn (1866 - 1943)*
Louisa Jane Elizabeth Yawn Bryant (1894 - 1978)*
Marie Pearl Yawn Glover (1895 - 1981)*
Myrtle Josephine Yawn Rawls (1897 - 1968)*
Minnie Azline Yawn Bryant (1900 - 1990)*
Anna Lois Yawn Williamson (1903 - 1989)*
Corene Estelle Yawn Gordon (1905 - 1955)*
Lonnie J Yawn (1907 - 1996)*
Henry Newton Yawn (1910 - 1933)*
Malinda Mae Yawn Chance (1913 - 2003)*
Eddie Monroe Yawn (1918 - 2002)*
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: macw
Record added: Jun 27, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 92658614
Find A Grave Memorial# 105230931
please link the two together with information of family
|Barb||Powhattan Plantation Cemetery|
You have entered several records for a Powhattan Plantation, in Powhatan County Virginia.
There is no Powhattan Plantation Cemetery in Powhatan County. Per The Powhatan Historical Society
There is a Powhattan Plantation in/near Williamsburg, Virginia
Added by Barb on Aug 04, 2013 4:02 AM
Hello! I just wanted to submit information on David Jackson Earnest #85802358 (Earnest Cemetery, Tinsman Arkansas). His parents were:
James Henry Earnest (b 1850 d. 1911) (haven't found him on here as of yet) and Nancy Adeline Reddin Earnest (b 1856 d 1918)#85803960. He was my great grandfather.
Also, Malsa D Cranford Sims Earnest #85803709 is the mother of Martha "Mattie" Jane Sims Earnest Hopper #87778931. Mattie was David Jackson's wife and my great grandmother.
Thank you for your time and the wonderful job you do on here.
My 2 cents: If someone doesn't want their photos used for geneology, then they should not put them on a FREE public site. They should put them on a paid to view site (like ancestry.com) and make their information private. You cannot steal what is free.
Again...thank you so much for all you do.
Blessings to you,
Mrs Brenda Robinson
Added by Knb416 on Apr 05, 2012 12:48 AM
I have made the additional information to this memorial. If this is a record you are related to, I would be glad to transfer it to you.
Added bit of info, I live on Hereford Street in Glen Rose, it is still referred to by the locals as
"Cyclone Street". The house that stood on my property did not survive the cyclone and the baby that lived in that house was found alive in a large liveoak that is still here.
It was a horrible event and my grandparents remembered it very clearly.
Let me know if you would like to manage this record.
Added by dis466 on Jan 23, 2012 2:00 PM
|Michael Warren||Sarah Elizabeth Taylor Warren|
Hi Sarah. Thanks for your hard work and I love the pictures you have posted. I am sure we are related some how. The question I have is the following: The group photo you posted under Sarahs name. Do you know who is who in that photo????
|C Wilson||D C Partlow ~ Rehobeth|
The tablet style marker for D C (David ... I presume) Partlow @ Rehobeth has been broken off just above the date of death; and the top portion ... showing the name and (most of) the date of birth ... has apparently been moved from its original location. It is leaning against a tree ... along with portions of three other tablet markers of similar type stone, none of which appear to match up with the upper portion of the D C Partlow marker.
Added by C Wilson on Nov 16, 2010 9:49 AM
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