|Lois Maxey Storm (#47862463)|
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|Tracie||Great-Granddaughter of Effie Lee Maxey|
I've done as much research as I could on my family tree- my maternal grandmother was the daughter of Effie Lee and Johnny Eral Maxey. Would love to be in contact with any of the other Maxey's out there who are related to them.....msg me at email@example.com
Added by Tracie on Sep 27, 2014 10:28 PM
|Anonymous||Maxey's Union County,MS|
I will be glad to transfer any or all Maxey Family members to you if you wish.I am not concerned about the degree of relationship.Billy Jones.Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: John R Baker, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA|
In the same plot are
John Reuben Baker 1882-1938
Albert Smith Campbell 1904-1988
Dixie Dixon Campbell 1936-2006
John Albert Campbell 1929-1979
Vida B Campbell 1907-1975
Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
|Sheila||William and Henry Maxey photo request|
I just wanted you to know that I am planning a visit to the Maxey-Ferguson cemetery in Spanishberg, WVa on Oct 3rd and I will take photos of all the stones that are marked. I haven't been there before so I have no idea if all the stones are marked or some are just field stones with the names weathered off, but if there is one for William and Henry Maxey, I will happily post them. And if I don't end up going for whatever reason, I will let you know, as this location is several hours from me. Just wanted to let you know because the findagrave "fulfill" button may default back to "claim" before I actually get there.
Added by Sheila on Sep 19, 2014 5:03 PM
|jane austin||Neville Photos|
Sent you an email, but it came back undeliverable. I will leave the message for you here instead.
I went to Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Aurelia IA tonight to photograph some graves for my family. While there, I saw the sun's setting reflected in the Neville family stone. It was so beautiful that I grabbed a shot, as well as shots of the three grave stones in that plot.
I found Nevada, her husband Clinton, and their daughter, Clara, who died the same year as her mother. When I came home and started to put photos to names, I discovered that you had a photo request that had been claimed by Ann.
I added the photos anyway, but I did not claim Ann's request. I thought they were beautiful, and an unusual capture of a sunset. I also put in edits to link this little family, although I have not found Clara's husband, C.G. Herrick.
FYI, you will find Nevada's family here:
127680193 = Clinton D. Neville – Nevada's husband
Clara M Neville Herrick, their daughter, 127606667
I hope this pleases you and is not upsetting to Ann. It's a lovely cemetery, and they have a beautiful spot right in the center near the front.
|Allen Reedy Curtis||George Wesley Maxey|
You sent me an edit for above with a date of birth 10 years prior than is on his headstone. Can you give me some background information on this DOB before I accept the edit so I can add that to his memorial?
Allen R. Curtis
I noticed your flower memorials on many of the Oliver Family members of Crawford Co Ark. related?
Added by Tristan on Jun 24, 2014 5:36 PM
|Cheryl Henry||Mabel Creson|
Lois, I used to go to church with Mabel in the 80's and early 90's until I moved. Cheryl Henry
|Greg Farino||Maxey Family|
For the past 7 years I have been doing research on the Maxey family. I am not related to the family in any way. My interest started when I
visited the historic home of Confederate Major General Samuel Bell Maxey in Paris, Lamar County, Texas. I have written several small
articles about Samuel which have appeared in his historic homes newsletter.
Samuel was born in Tompkinsville, Monroe County,
Kentucky in 1825. While doing research on him I ventured into his families history. I learned that his grandfather, William Maxey (1759-1833) was a patriot soldier in the Revolutionary War. When I visited Tompkinsville in 2012 and went to the cemetery William is buried in, I learned that he had not been honored by the Daughters of the American Revolution or the Sons of the American Revolution. I contacted the DAR headquarters in Washington D.C. to see if he was listed in their records and learned that he was. I also found out that over XX period of time 23 women were able to prove descendency to William and were permitted to become members. The problem is the none of
them has/had done anything to honor William. As a 22 year retired U.S. Army veteran, I find this unacceptable. I contacted a local chapter of
the DAR in Glasgow, Kentucky and tried to get them to honor William. They said no at first because none of the members of their chapter as
related. I kept at and was finally told that they would. I kept in contact with them and was told via email on several occasions that they
were working on it. I was than told they would honor William in 2013. It didn't happen. Than I was told it would be in 2014. A few weeks ago I received an email from the chapter regent and was told that they were not going to honor him at all but, gave no explanation as to why.
When I saw that you had left virtual flowers for E.J. Maxey (1827-1897) wife of R.J. Maxey, I decided to try and contact you to ask if you were a member of the DAR and if you would be willing to help me get William the recognition he deserves.?
Hi I am the daughter of L.B. and Martha Vaughn.
My Mom's maiden name was Maxey. I saw that you were looking for Amanda Lockerd tombstone in Moorville, TX. She was my Mom's great grandfather's sister. I do not have a picture of her stone. But if you need any more info on the Maxey family I have two cousins that are on Ancestry.com Glen Maxey has researched our family tree back to Europe.
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