|J C (#47219112)|
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|I have been doing genealogy since 2002. I initially started by posting memorials of family members, but now I post any grave I find that is not already here. I love to help others in their quest for family.|
Names I am researching: Farmer, Swayngham, Harvell, Hale, Stamps, Reece, Aiken, Dorr, Singleton, Durrett, Owen, Stephens, Galloway, Snow and Crane.
Husband's family: Connett, Heidt, Gosa, Deatherage, Hendricks, Lane, Jolly, Scroggins, Hand and Salter.
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|CAM||RE: Miller and Stillwell|
Thank you so much for transferring these to me on my father and grandparents. It is much appreciated.
Added by CAM on Aug 24, 2014 2:55 PM
|CAM||Oscar Miller, and Henry and Lula Stillwell|
Would you consider transferring the following memorials to me?
Oscar T. Miller, Find A Grave Memorial# 107559730
Henry Stillwell, Find A Grave Memorial# 107559818
Lula Stillwell, Find A Grave Memorial# 107559819
Oscar Miller was my father, and Henry and Lula Stillwell my grandparents (their daughter Annie Mae Stillwell Miller was my mother). I would very much appreciate it.
Find A Grave Member #48515540
Added by CAM on Aug 24, 2014 9:20 AM
|Mary Harper||Nicholas M. Calliham - LA & TX|
Nicholas M. Calliham was my 2nd great grandfather who married first Frances Marsh on 1 Aug 1828 in St.Landry Parish, LA and 2nd Sarah Ann Reames (widow of William Mainer) on 13 July 1830. On the marriage record of Nicholas and Sarah, it gives his parents' names: John W. Calliham and Rebecca Acridge. I have been unable to find John W. and Rebecca's marriage record.
John Calliham was first married to Lucy May and they had five children. This marriage seems to be well documented in several books, but not his marriage to Rebecca Acridge. I have had doubts that this is the same John Calliham who was married to Rebecca Acridge. Same location--St. Landry Parish, LA. This John also married Judith Audebert Cheney. He died 12 Dec 1825. I have not seen his succession papers. Perhaps that would be the way to go here. I have accepted the DAR that they are the same man, but there is still a nagging doubt. SC and VA Callihams come together very well and seem to be documented.
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I will be glad to discuss any of this with you.
|MerriG||RE: Clyde and Vera Gray|
What a small world we live in! :-)
I don't know if you're aware of it or not, but the Stamps family had a dairy as did my dad's family. And I can remember going there with my dad as a child. I didn't know what the connection really was, other than Daddy saying, "They're cousins."
But I didn't realize exactly what that connection was until several days ago when I ran across Aunt Clyde's memorial (your's) and then began looking over the graves listed there at the Parker Family Cemetery. It was your work there that made it possible, so thank you *very* much. :-)
Added by MerriG on Jun 25, 2014 8:21 PM
|MerriG||RE: Clyde and Vera Gray|
Yes, that was exactly what I wanted. Thank you!
I also meant to tell you that another sister of Clyde and Vera is buried there at the Parker Family Cemetery. There were nine children in this family, four girls and five boys.
Exer Stamps, buried at Parker Family Cemetery, is actually Exer Gray Stamps. Her full name was Exer Ola Gray. I learned this directly from Aunt Clyde back in 1970 when I created a family tree for my high school social science project. Her Find a Grave Memorial # 18779300
One of their brothers, Walter Gray, is buried at Ousley Chapel Cemetery, and I have linked him to Vera and Clyde as well as to Harmon and Ola Gray. Obviously I could not link Exer to any of them as that is your memorial.
It is my dream to somehow, someday reunite all the siblings here on FindaGrave.com. I know that they all lived within the same area south and east of Atlanta, but I'm still working on finding the others. Finding Aunt Clyde through your work there at the Parker Family Cemetery has enabled me to locate my great-grandparents' graves for the first time, so THANK YOU! I never knew where they were buried. Now I can visit and pay my respects.
Added by MerriG on Jun 24, 2014 10:08 PM
|Kristal||RE: Thank You|
Your very welcome. Find A Grave is making some very good changes. I love the new things they have added.
Added by Kristal on Apr 28, 2014 8:45 AM
|AZLILOWL||John James "J J" Farmer Reply|
I'm sorry, but I have no idea who J J's parents were. Wish I could have helped. If you ever find out, please let me know.
Added by AZLILOWL on Apr 18, 2014 12:33 AM
|Samantha Hester-Harmon||RE: transfer please|
Thank you JC I am still looking up info on my family and you have helped so much just having them up on this site.
|Samantha Hester-Harmon||transfer please|
John W Hester 107559854
Malzora Rollins Hester 107559662
They are my Great great grandfather and great great grandmother. They are my great grandfather's parents, and I would like to do all the updates that are needed. Thank you for your time on posting them and helping me find where they are.
|Samantha Hester-Harmon||Malzora Rollins Hester|
Malzora is my great great grandmother her son Arvin M Hester is my great grandfather. I would like to thank you for helping me find her gravestone.
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