|A Footstep In Time (#47345816)|
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"The Heritage Of The Past Is The Seed That Brings Forth The Harvest Of The Future"|
"Do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them slip from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and your children's children." - Deuteronomy 4:9
A big thank you to each of you for the photos and edits, please know how much your time & work are appreciated!
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God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, The courage to change the things I can, And the wisdom to know the difference.
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|Pattie Bates Knighton||Knighton family|
I believe we are kinfolk -- saw your memorial for 'Great Aunt" Elizabeth Knighton Hornsby . She was our Samuel Knighton's sister. Also saw where you are working in North Louisiana -- so am I!If I can help in any way, please let me know!
|Sandra Lee||Martin Thomas Lee|
Found his DOB on his draft card. His DOD is from the State Death Index. Entered edit accordingly.
Michael D. Lee
|Renee||Jesse and Bloise Judson Martin|
Hello just curious to see if you are related to these two somehow? Gpa BJ memorial number is 74956066.
Added by Renee on Jun 25, 2016 4:40 PM
|Stewart Wooten||Lucy Adeline Thomas Wimberly|
Hello, Just a note to notify you have created a duplicate for 41533858 created 3 September 2009. Would you get with them and possible merge. Thank you for your time remembering our ancestors. Stewart Wooten
|DebraAnnNelsonInman||Linda Gail Inman Thomley|
Thank you for the correction On Linda's and Fred's memorial
|Cheryl Brown-Morales||RE: Bio|
Thank you, I normally do not talk about myself but I have enjoyed others bios so I thought I would add one
|Virginia Wilson Bailey||Billy Wayne Shockley|
Thank you for the obituary for Billie Wayne Shockley.
|Skippersgirl||RE: Lila Smith|
Lila's father and my grandmother were brother and sister. She is actually the last living connection I have with the past. She is a sweet precious soul. I wondered why I had never seen her father's headstone and actually went to the cemetery looking for it but without supervision and assistance, I had no luck. I would be happy to have the memorials and consider it an honor.
Thank you and I appreciate it very much.
Ann, member # 47820856
|Tara||RE: Irene Coe and Ransom Nathaniel Coe|
I am not sure I understand your question. I reported a problem with finding their graves. I left a comment stating that I thought they were at Bethany-Cumberlin Cemetery in Coushatta, because the Bethany Cemetery in Marthaville did not have them. I did an internet search and found that Bethany-Cumberlin Cemetery is in Coushatta, Louisiana. I am only guessing, but I am willing to check it out next time I am there. I hope this clears up some confusion. Let me know if I can help in another way.
Added by Tara on Apr 03, 2016 7:08 PM
|Babs||Re; William Jasper|
Correction: Wives named Martha Ann!! I found a marriage for William Jasper Mitchell & Martha Ann Lee in Barry County, Mo, which neighbors McDonald County, where Morris Mitchell's family was living before the Civil War. It's not the actual marriage record, but index only, so I believe the date of 1855 could actually be 1865, which would make it about right with birth of 1st child on 1870 Census.
Added by Babs on Mar 23, 2016 11:06 PM
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