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Larry Morrison (#47337313)
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Bio Photo Retired Director of Transportation with the Maybelline New York Division of L'Oreal Paris.

Native of Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi.

Graduated from Petal High School in Petal, Forrest County, Mississippi.

Member of U.S. Army - 499th Combat Engineering Brigade and various reserve components.

Attended the University of Southern Mississippi and Mississippi State University.

Married for 53 years; three children and two grand-children.

Hobbies include antiquarian book collecting; history; golf and family history.

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Janet Tranum
RE: Shrum, Harry Phillip (25 Sep 1885 - 26 Aug 1969)
Larry,
I need to give you the name of the lady who sent the photo of Harry Phillip Shrum to me. Her name is Linda Thompson and I believe she lives in Marion County, Missouri. She is not aware of me giving you permission to use it, but please give her credit for the photo when you use it. She had emailed the copy to me, along with photos of West family members, in 2011. She went to a lot of trouble to find these photos.
I became ill with cancer in 2013 and because of the treatments I received and other health problems, my memory about a lot things, including dates, etc. is diminished. I was going thru some paperwork this morning and found Linda Thompson's 2011 correspondence to me. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Thanks.
Janet
Added by Janet Tranum on May 14, 2015 10:53 AM
kllangston
RE: Capshaw, William Jefferson & Hattie C Shannon Capshaw
You are most welcome, but wasn't any problem, they are just a few feet from my husbands Grandmother's grave.

Added by kllangston on May 08, 2015 3:07 PM
Peggy & Tuck Tucker
Simmons and Nicholson
My GGrandfather is also buried at Center Ridge Cemetery, and we went to find his grave. It is a small, country cemetery and your requested stones were easy to find. I was happy to take the photos. More will be uploaded from that trip soon.
Added by Peggy & Tuck Tucker on Apr 09, 2015 3:17 AM
( Pam & Teresa ) Pamala Metzger Gammill&T
RE: Columbus C Luke & Parthenia C
You are very welcome
Added by ( Pam & Teresa ) ... on Apr 01, 2015 5:37 PM
ktucker715
RE: Rufus Jones Hutchins (14 Aug 1870 - 10 Jul 1944)
Thanks for the kind words, this cemetery is a difficult cemetery to photograph. A very old cemetery that is inactive since the 1960s, no maintenance except sometimes the grass is cut by the county. Known as the Poor Folks Cemetery. No Burial Markers had names, just numbers.

Kevin Tucker
Family Historian in Training
Added by ktucker715 on Mar 21, 2015 4:12 PM
Bill Barnett
RE: Mary Caroline
Larry, this lady is my grandmother. May I asked you how you are related to her, or otherwise what your interest is in her.
Bill Barnett of Brandon, MS
Added by Bill Barnett on Mar 12, 2015 1:48 PM
John R. Bowman
RE: Edwin Frank Bowman (5 Feb 1918 - 5 Jan 2004)
Mr. Larry Morrison,
I am a little confused. I placed a photo of Edwin Frank Malner #91643164 on Findagrave. I am unsure who Edwin Frank Bowman Feb 1918 Jan 2004 is? But certainly you could use any photo I have placed on Findagrave.
John Bowman
Added by John R. Bowman on Mar 09, 2015 6:46 AM
Janet Tranum
RE: Shrum, Harry Phillip (25 Sep 1885 - 26 Aug 1969)
Please feel free to use the photos of Harry Shrum in your family tree on Ancestry.com. I received the photos several years ago. Most of my family members are deceased, and I don't remember which family member mailed them to me. Is your family tree a public tree or a private tree?

Janet
Added by Janet Tranum on Mar 08, 2015 3:47 PM
Joseph Farmer
RE: Reid, James Henry & Parker, Laura Caleb
Absolutely. Feel free to use any photos that I post. The more circulation of photos, the more availability for generations to come :)

Joseph
Added by Joseph Farmer on Mar 08, 2015 3:21 PM
Renae Carpenter
RE: Newton - Huckabee Familys buried in the Sweet Water Cemetery
You're welcome. I don't live far from there so if you'll request the other photos you want, I'll be glad to get the photos for you. Safe travels!!
Renae
Added by Renae Carpenter on Feb 06, 2015 11:08 AM
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