|Nancy Cornelius||Phocian King|
The King family is scattered all over this cemetery. I tried to also find a George King which was on the other side of the cemetery. I tried to take as many King pictures as I could find.
|Shelton||Freemon Amos Request|
I searched Cooper Creek Cemetery and could not find Freeman Amos. I did find a few Amos if you would like those please e mail me email@example.com I would be glad to send you the names of the ones I did find. There are quit a few headstones that can not be read they are so old.
This is a story I did find in the Dallas morning news paper on May 26, 1925 page 22.
Amos Freeman 14 years old struck by a train and is buried with other family members including B. L. Amos " train hits truck near Denton, boy killed.
I will be checking find a grave and if the Amos people are not listed I will be listing them and adding the pictures with them.
Added by Shelton on Jan 25, 2015 12:43 AM
I am going to try to get an email out to you in the next few days. Sorry taking so long. We lost my dads brother. My Uncle Floyd Amos September 7,2014. I hope you are doing well.
|Virgil Ayers||RE: Maebell C Amos|
You are welcome
|daffney amos||RE: Hello|
Hey Steve, I am doing ok just have been really busy. So sorry I haven't had time to get back to you. I did receive your messages on my email address. I am going to try and do better at staying in touch with you. Have you come across who you may think Danile Amos Sr. father is? Or where Daniel is buried I haven't been able to get past him. Also have you run across a Lula Bannister Amos she married Milton rufus Amos in 1879 in Etowah Alabama.She has passed by 1910 I have been unable to locate what happened to her or find where she is buried. So great to hear from you. Hope you are doing well. This fall when it cools off I am going to try to get back up to Kyuka cem. and that area again. Again I am so sorry it has taken so long to get back to you. Love, Daffney
Hi Steve, My mother was Doris L. Eubanks Landers, her mom was Ruby Cecil Amos Eubanks Dendy Pearce, her parents were Joseph Hance Amos and Maggie Lewis Amos....how are we related? Annis
Added by Annis on Mar 05, 2014 7:33 PM
|Sharon Frank Patrick||Walter Thomas Amos-Hillview East|
The city records have his middle name as Thomas.
Hillview Annex section 10 plot 1 grave 5
AMOS WALTER THOMAS Male White died 03/26/91
If you are related to him and others in Hillview East, I will gladly transfer to you.
Steve, if I have any AMOS family memorials that you wish for me to transfer or any other surnames, please let me know. Hope you received your Etowah County Heritage book. Have a blessed Thanksgiving! Nancy
Added by NGL on Nov 18, 2013 9:09 AM
|daffney amos||RE: Amos Family|
Hey Steve, I am sorry I haven't got back with you . My mom has been batteling colon cancer for the past 3 years. She lost her battle recently to it. I am sorry I haven't been able to get back to you. I will try to get with you soon. I would love to share info. I am kinda stuck on a few things. I can't get past Daniel Amos to find where we are from. I also can't find my great grandmother Lula Banister Amos. There is a pic of George Franklin Amos at the Gasden library in the Scarboro collection if you haven't seen it. Will hopefully get with you soon to share info. Thank you, Daffney
|Nancy Cornelius||RE: Marcelle Amos Williams at Marshall Memorial Gardens|
Could Marcelle's other name been Ila. I have found an Ila M. Williams with dates of Aug 10, 1925 and died Feb. 22, 2011 in Albertville AL(according to SS Death Index). I found Franklin and Hattie in a 1930 census record that has Marcell as a child of the age of 5. In the 1940 census she is living with mom, and not married, with the dob 1925. The only name I am comming up with right now is Ila M. Williams and if my memory is correct, I do believe that name was on file at the cemetery. Would you happen to know Marcelle's husband.
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