|Cindy Chitty Badon (#47247157)|
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Main interest - genealogy. I have been researching for a few years. Will share any info I have to others researching the same lines. Impressed by all the work that a lot of people have done. I hope that I will be able to contribute something helpful to others. Please forgive me for any errors made in process. Willing to transfer direct kin.|
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|Kaloelgrey3||Angeline Clarinda Sullivan Bennett|
Noticed that you posted a pix of Angeline and her husband James Winecup Bennett on their Find A Grave memorials. Wondering if you have any info on the Sullivan side. Angeline is the sister of my grandfather Richard Lonzo Sullivan.
Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Cindy, I just realized you put a photo of Bonnie's headstone on her memorial. Thanks so much, I flowered her for her birthday but just did not notice, guess I was a little emotional at the time. Hope all is well with you & thanks so much again, you are so sweet.
Added by Crystal♥ on Mar 18, 2016 6:51 PM
|James Earl (Sam) Price||Schilling|
I made an error. Mr. Schilling was the RFD Rural Mail Carrier. Mrs. Campbell was wife of the Post Master, Mrs. Bradley was wife of Deputy Sheriff.
They had been to Jackson to see Jeanette MacDonald.
|James Earl (Sam) Price||M/M Robert M Shilling|
Sorry should have mentioned. Mr. Schilling was the Post Master in Oak Grove, Lousiana. M/m Schilling, Mrs. Lena Waters Campbell, 3 year old Annette & Mrs. Hera N Bradley along with 11 others were killed / drowned in the Horrible Clear Creek Bridge Wash Out on United States Highway # 80 on March 29th, 1939. Interesting. Sam Price
|James Earl (Sam) Price||Mr. & Mrs. Robert M Schilling|
Killed in the same wreck. I cannot find them. Can you help. Sam Price
|Jesica Redden||RE: Redden|
Thank you so very much. I sure will get on it. You have a wonderful evening.
Thank you Jesica Redden
|Elizabeth Verchio||RE: Memorial# 13339039 - Matilda Caroline Deason Bracknell Owens|
Yes, marriage dates and the probability that Matilda and William were divorced explains dates of birth for her children.
|Deadra Doucet Bourke||Transfers|
Thank you so much for the transfer. It's deeply appreciated.
|Elizabeth Verchio||Memorial# 13339039 - Matilda Caroline Deason Bracknell Owens|
On this memorial is the following:
Her first husband was William Bracknell, born 1834 Edgefield District, South Carolina, died on July 27, 1872, at Falling Creek, Virginia. They were married on Jan. 8, 1855, Bibb County, Alabama. William Bracknell's burial place is unknown. Their children were Sarah Elizabeth Bracknell Martin, Levi Deason Bracknell, and Nancy Bracknell Smith.
William Wiley Deason (1807 - 1901)
Nancy Caudle Deason (1807 - 1893)
Henry Owens (1840 - 1922)
Sara Elizabeth Bracknell Martin (1856 - 1936)*
Levi Deason Bracknell (1858 - 1932)*
Nancy Bracknell Smith (1860 - 1889)*
James W Owens (1867 - 1946)*
Andrew Jackson Owens (1869 - 1903)*
Harriett Ann Owens Creel (1874 - 1922)*
John Wesley Owens (1879 - 1944)*
?? Question - do you see the discrepancies with dates of death of husband/father and birth of children? I don't know who submitted the information; because you have an interest in this family I thought I might get you to take another look at it. Cheers!
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