|Frances Shipman (#47749556)|
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I have worked on my family tree for several years. I love it!! The stories of my history are so interesting.|
If you need to use any of the photos that I take, you have my blessing. I enjoy taking them.
If I create a memorial and you want to take over management, just e-mail me.
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|Tracerider||Sanford Mitchell Cummins|
Thank you for the headstone pic for Uncle Mitchell. It's greatly appreciated! You saved me a ten hour round trip!!
|Wanda Davis||RE: Annie Bowlin|
Frances, I spoke in haste. NATHANIEL MARTIN BOWLIN (1830 Spartanburg Co. SC--abt 1881 Greene Co. AR) Buried at Bertig Cemetery, Greene Co. AR.
m. FRANCES DANLEY (1832 NC--abt 1881 Greene Co. AR) buried at Bertig Cemetery, Greene Co. AR.
Children from 1880 Greene Co. census:
WATSON CROWLEY BOWLIN
VIRGIL H. BOWLIN
I would be very appreciative if you found any of them at Bertig Cemetery.
Wanda (Bowlin) Davis # 46610071 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Wanda Davis||RE: Annie Bowlin|
Thank you !! WATSON CROWLY BOWLIN is not buried beside ANNIE, nor are his parents. I believe ANNIE was an orphan. I found their marriage record in AR Co. Marriages & found her in the 1870 census as a servant. My brother Mike Bowlin & I are separating the three BOWLIN families who came to Greene Co. in the mid 1850's. Our line is JOHN H. BOWLIN (1820 SC--1862 AR) & Lucinda HOGAN. Lucinda is buried at Mount Zion Cemetery & all BOWLINs there are their descendants. JOHN H. BOWLIN was killed at the Battle of Pea Ridge. NATHANIEL MARTIN BOWLING is the brother of my JOHN & they came to Greene Co. from Spartanburg Co. SC. THOMAS BOWLIN (of TN)is the 3rd BOWLIN & Nathaniel & THOMAS' spelling of BOWLIN changed over time. We have been researching them for 30 years & will be adding them to findagrave.
Wanda Davis #46610071 email@example.com
|Sue Wilson||Ida Irene Moore|
Thank you for sending me the photo of Ida Moore. I am looking for all Moore & Phillips buried in Greene County. I appreciate your work, Sue
|Millie||Rev. J T Phillips Headstone|
Thank you so much for providing the headstone photograph. We appreciate your time.
Added by Millie on Jun 10, 2014 5:51 AM
|M. Jones||Tennie Bryson #5664924|
Thanks as usual for a job very well done! I really appreciate all the time you have spent taking and posting photos of stones for my family.
Keep up the good work; and know that you are certainly valued for what you are doing.
Mary Jones #47454873
Added by M. Jones on Jun 05, 2014 12:01 PM
|M. Jones||Truman & Ira Pratt/photos|
Not sure I thanked you for this photo, so wanted to do so. As usual, you did great !
So appreciate your efforts and results!!!
Added by M. Jones on May 20, 2014 9:43 PM
|M. Jones||Photos of stones for the Williams family|
As usual, thanks for the great pics of the stones for Chester, Elizbeth, Galen.
Keep up the good work; and thanks again!
Added by M. Jones on May 19, 2014 7:16 PM
|M. Jones||Odie Isaiah Williams/photo|
Again, thanks so much for the photo. As usual it is great. Keep up the good work.
Added by M. Jones on May 14, 2014 7:23 PM
|M. Jones||Photo/Finnis Patton|
Thanks so much for the photo of the stone for Finis Patton.
Added by M. Jones on May 12, 2014 9:43 PM
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