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My husband and I have been researching our family history and genealogy for a good long while – since 1995 for me, since 1976 for my husband. The surnames I am researching are Ellis, Landrith(eth), McPherson, and Nash. My husband is researching Nutt, Hunt, Halsal, Davy, and Rowley. There is almost nothing we'd rather do than walk cemeteries on nice weather days. We appreciate Find A Grave making it possible for us to document our family graves for posterity.
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|Gerry Stanley||Marion Kimmich|
I made changes to the bio section of this memorial. I had a copy of the DC but had not added the information to the memorial. Thanks for letting me know. Hope all is well with you.
|Deborah Rudy||Samuel Nutt|
I was in St Albans last week looking for ancestors and I always make sure to photograph other old graves in the same rows I'm walking. By chance one of them happened to be your S. Nutt. I placed a more readable photo of his stone on your memorial for him, one that you can see the dates. If you prefer, I'll be happy to take it down, but thought you might like a photo with easier to read lettering.
|janet walsh||Nutt Family|
Hello! I'm Janet Walsh. My G. G. G. grand parents were Robert and Cynthia Nutt in pine grove. My G. G. grandmother was their daughter Sara Elizabeth; She married Benjamin Neel. Whom I'm still searching for. I have recently moved to Mississippi and plan to make a visit to the cemetery this summer. I was so excited to see this and Thank you for all you do! I understand that there is a baptist church by the cemetery. Do you know if it is still active or even standing? I was also wondering if Robert was a minister in that church? I am seeking marriage records for Sara and Ben and any proof of birth of there 5 of 11 children born there. I would be so grateful if you could share any advice on where to start looking. Perhaps Holly Springs?
|Brandy Kathleen Raciborski-Rieffer||Audrey and Millard " Hank " Nutt|
Audrey And Millard " Hank " Nutt were my Grandparents.
I know very little about the Coghill family and it is only through a marriage that I'm sort related. Warren Coghill's widow married my first cousin. Warren died very young. I do not know where his father is buried. Sorry.
|Jerry Ellis||Isaac Spencer Ellis|
Hello My name is Jerry Ellis. First of all I would like to thank you for all that you have done. I have seen your presence and dedication in many of the places and people that I research. I have only been at this for a year and in that time I have began to realize the hard work it takes to discover who you REALLY come from. I would just like to ask a question concerning Isaac Spencer Ellis of Cooper County Missouri. In the memorial you have written that Willis Ellis, son of Abraham, came with Isaac to Cooper County. Do you remember where this info came from. I have found Willis but it is Abraham that concerns me. You see my 3rd great grandfather was Ezekiel J. Ellis who lived in Stoddard County Missouri in 1860. He was born in Kentucky and has a 74 year old Martha Ellis born South Carolina in his home. In my very limited experience it seems in most cases that families and neighbors often moved together. Nothing seems to be further from that with Ezekiel. In 1860 Ezekiel is a newcomer to Missouri in 1860. His youngest four children were born in Tennessee with the last born 1858. All I have is to go on is 74 year old Martha. And a marriage listing that Abraham Ellis Prudence Lindsey in Sumner County Tennessee and an Abraham Ellis married Martha D. Chapel in 1825 In Hopkins Kentucky. I have been to Hopkins Kentucky, Sumner Tennessee and Obion Tennessee in this search and I have nothing solid. Just small clues and maybes. Sorry this message became so long.
Jerry D. Ellis
|Joyce Snell||Delila Coghill Isreal|
Do you have any further info on Delila Coghill and her first marriage and her son Warren Coghill. Delilia's second husband was Homer Israel and both buried at Green Lawn Cemetery in Kansas City, MO. Thanks.
|grandmacarol||tabitha quint, # 83938671|
I was back in Pilot Grove a few days ago, and since the ground is nice and soft now, I took my trowel along with me. I dug around what I had though was Tabitha's stone and it appears that it is, indeed a stone (presumably Tabitha's). I did not dig deep enough to figure out if the stone had sunk or if it had broken off. I could not discern any etching on it to the depth I had dug.
I did post another pic, though, so you might want to check it out!
|D. Delzell||Myrtle Iva Odell Bryant|
Thank you for the transfer of Myrtle Iva Odell Bryant. I will keep your O'Dell in mind when searching.
|carole taylor puntenney||RE: Mary Divers Greer|
I dont know if the cemeteries are one and the same I only know that when I saw the longwood cemetery because I was researching someone else I happened to see that Mary Divers-Greer and remember that you had just transferred it to me.
So I looked closer and the one that was done 2010 is managed by one of my Cuz's McKinney. who holds 90% of the Greer family whether he is a grandson or not...
And yours was done 2012, I believe and the info is the same...
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