|sam sproles (#46794150)|
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I am retired and have enjoyed family genealogy research for many years. Should you have any additional information to contribute to my postings please let me know. Just click the edit tab on any of my memorials and leave a message.|
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|Alta Mitchem Durden||Stephem Pankey Cemetery|
Sam: Could you please tell us how to locate this cemetery, if you recall? A volunteer will try to find it in order to make photos of the six stones (assuming there are six markers for the six burials.) Thank you. Alta M. Durden - AltaMDurden@aol.com.
|Larry Carpenter||William J. Moon|
William J. Moon married Mary Perkins 10-18-1812 in Madison County. His memorial #120341102. Most of this info comes from the Moon-sublett family, I've found some errors & I am in doubt on some of the children.
I decided it was time to sort out this family & list them & connect them on findagrave. We are related to the Moon's in dozens of different ways.
Any information that you wish to share would be very much appreciated.
|Don Ort||GALLOWAY FAMILY PICTURES|
Good afternoon Sam, I have been doing some Galloway family research the last few days and have come across some great pictures you have posted. Thanks so much.
Added by Don Ort on Nov 02, 2013 2:18 PM
|Dianne Nabors||Harless Family of Alabama|
I keep seeing your name on a lot of my relatives Find A Grave pages. While searching for my 4th great grandmother (Charity Anders Harless) your name again popped up. How are we related? I'm a descendant of Mary Hannah (Polly) Harless Nabors, married to Paul Hampton Nabors. My name is Dianne Nabors (father: Milford Alton Nabors, grandfather: Joseph W. Nabors; great grandfather; Mellon Paul Nabors; great great grandfather, Paul Hampton Nabors (wife, Mary Hannah (Polly) Harless.
New to research, wanted to thank you for details you have added to Lillian Sproles' memorial. I am a descendant of the Rotolo family, Lillian' s mother's family. If you have an interest in contacting me via Findagrave, I would enjoy learning more. Thank you!
|John Andrew Meyer||Sporiles Cemetery|
I am a descendent of William H Allen. I have come across Mississippi Laws about old cemeteries. By law the County where a cemetery is located must be cleaned and preserved. By law no property owner can prohibit the access to that cemetery regardless of who owns it. There are Civil War groups that participate in these kinds of clean-ups. The County can use convict labor to do the work. The County must by law do this work.
I am going to make an effort to have this done.
I have created a memorial for Berlie and noted your comments on her husband's memorial page. Do you have any info on her father and mother? Who were they?
Her memorial #110601054
Added by Sheila on May 15, 2013 4:38 PM
|Keitha Jenkins Kirk||Thomas and Eleanor Allison Harless|
Thank you so much for their memorials.
This is my 3rd greatgrandparents.
Keitha Jenkins Kirk
|Anonymous||USS Juneau CL-52|
The Juneau memorial was relocated and dedicated on November 13, 2012, the 70th anniversary of the tragedy. Here is a link to it's re-dedication: http://vimeo.com/53978266
|Lewis||Memorials for USS Juneau Cl52|
My brother,Julian Harding Lewis went down with the USS Juneau. The memorial in Juneau Alaska has been taken down and put in storage as they wanted to add on to their parking space at the pier. I will email you more information.
Added by Lewis on Dec 02, 2012 1:40 PM
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