|Ron Manley (#46788603)|
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I research the following family lines around Caldwell, Catahoula, Jackson and Winn Parish in Louisiana: MILLER, ROLEN, PRINCE, DUNN and TAUNTON. I also research CRUM, STRANGE and WHITTINGTON descendants from Amite Co., MS; ROLEN descendants from Dallas Co., AL; LEE descendants from Johnston and Sampson Co., NC and Bradley Co., AR; MANLY/MANLEY, WATSON and DUBY descendants from Jefferson Co., MO; and others. My brother Mark researches the family lines of ARENDER, ARRINGTON, BRANCH, EMMONS, GAAR, GRISHAM, HAWTHORNE, JONES, JORDAN, LOWREY, MCCARTY, PINKSTON, PRATT, SPRADLEY, STOVALL and others. Please visit the Manley Genealogy Project.|
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|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Men & Women in WWII from Lincoln, Morehouse & Union Parishes|
Hey there, Ron
I've completely scanned my dad's American Legion book from 1946. If it would help you in any of your research, I'll happily save the book to a thumb drive and mail it to you. Just email an address to firstname.lastname@example.org. I've covered most of Morehouse Parish and I'm up to the F's in Union Parish. I have at least 800 more men to find in Union Parish. Haven't touched Lincoln Parish yet. Happy hunting.
|Lorraine Boardman||Martin R Bazar # 44122882|
Recently I have been researching all US Servicemen & Women who were buried at Magdalen Hill Cemetery, Winchester, Hampshire, England, as the Cemetery is along my road. I discovered that many of them were buried in the Cemetery during the war but later exhumed. Some were returned to the US as per the requests of their families and others re-interred at Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey, England. I found Martin Bazar in the records and thought you might like this information:
Martin R Bazar died in Portsmouth Military Hospital, Hampshire, aged 24 years. He was buried in the Cemetery in Winchester on 30 Sept 1918. He was exhumed by order of the Home Office on 16 April 1920.
I am so glad Martin was returned home to his family. I hope this small snippet of information will be of use to you.
|Mary Bob McClain||Sarah Little|
Please disregard the edit I sent on this memorial.
Hello, I link into the Zelianne Moore 1845-1929 .She is my great great grandmother,buried in the etier cemetery. Her older sister Mary born abt 1831 married a William Weed in 1851 .Have you heard of this older Mary? she is sister to the Ambrozine Moore.
|Vic Robertson||Martha Rymer -- Nevermind!|
After I asked that question I looked at the other Rymers in Rosetta Cemetery. I'm convinced that this Martha was Alson's wife. At first I didn't understand why she would be buried so far from her husband, but I see what happened.
|Vic Robertson||Martha Rymer|
Hello, I wondered how you know this Martha Rymer was married to Alse Rymer? Alse and Martha (Kerr) Rymer were my great great grandparents through their daughter Sarah Jane.
|Linda Davis||Vivian Ellington|
Vivian's memorial as found a happy home. I was helping a novice researcher with her Foster line. Her grandfather was Vivian's brother.
I looked at all your and your brother's surname. I am a Stovall and proved John Stovall as a Revolutionary War patriot and John's father Bartholomew is my Colonial Dames of XVIIC ancestor.
My Davis, Wright, Heard, Sanders, Stovall, Williams, Hopkins, Hay and Anderson came out of the Carolina to mainly Wilkes Co, GA or about there then to Perry and Dallas Co, AL and on to northern LA....Union which became Lincoln Parish.
Aaron Curtis Bowen is buried in Lakewood Memorial park Cemetery Hinds county Ms.
Added by mhopk on Oct 10, 2015 8:09 PM
|Mike & Kay||Will White|
Thank you so much Ron.
|Tammie Miller||Find A Grave Memorial# 78413349|
Ron, do you have record of this infant to be boy or girl?
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