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I am interested in family history in Alabama and south-central Tennessee. Those interests include the Parsons of DeKalb and Jackson Counties Alabama as well as Franklin County Tennessee (Laban D Parsons; his son Harrison Lafayette Parsons; and in turn his son James Boyd Parsons, Sr., my grandfather); the Crownovers and Crabtrees of DeKalb County, Alabama, and Franklin County, Tennessee; the Vines (my maternal grandfather, James Colvin Vines, Sr.) near Hueytown, Alabama; the Martins (my maternal grandmother's paternal line) of Dallas County, Alabama and her maternal line the Foxes in and around Birmingham; the Smoots and Chandlers (my paternal grandmother's family) near Huntsville, and in nearby Limestone County, Alabama; as well as various paternal lines including the Sims, Prince, Gray, and Trice families in Jackson County Alabama.|
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|Michelle Urban||RE: Martha Metcalf Thompson|
You are very welcome.
|mike reeves||RE: James T Parsons|
You're welcome, it's an enjoyable pastime which provides a service to others.
Not only did I take a picture of Rozelle's grave, but there were other Crabtree's buried next to and one row over. I took those also thinking that they all might be together.
|Stacey Herman||Terrell Gray and others|
I like the photos you added. They are much better than mine. I am sorry I did not think to transfer your people to you sooner.
Thank you so much for adding the photo of Matilda's headstone(my 3rd gr grandmother). I appreciate any photo a volunteer adds but it always looks nicer when the grass is green in the background. (JMHO) I appreciate you adding that to her memorial.
|Deej||Photo for Ailsy E. Hughes|
Thank you so much for the photo of my twice great grandmother's memorial stone. I can't tell you how much it means to me to read the inscription. Thank you for bringing this part of my heritage together.
It is hard to decipher the inscription at the bottom, I guess it reads: "Thou art my mother, but my loss is Thy gain."
Again, Thank you for providing this photo.
Added by Deej on Jun 29, 2013 7:27 AM
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