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Bobbie Camp Floyd (#46638110)
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Brent Gillespie
Links 12-3-12
Thank you for the links for Donald Ray Bacon in Zion Cemetery. They have been added.
Added by Brent Gillespie on Sep 19, 2014 12:48 PM
Bill Wood
Both Coach John William Kline and his wife are still living 2014
Added by Bill Wood on Sep 09, 2014 8:36 PM
Elizabeth Allen
Her memorial # is Find A Grave Memorial# 9987151
Added by shirleyw55 on Aug 13, 2014 1:55 PM
Story about her.
A story told about Elizabeth (Allen) Dixon; When Cornwallis's troops were fleeing from Greene's armies, they encamped a day and a night at Dixon's Mill. Cornwallis commandeered Simon Dixon's stone house, for his headquarters. About 20 of his sick and wounded soldiers D at this encampment, and were buried in the Cane Creek Cemetery. When the Lord General took over the Dixon house, the family took temporary quarters in an out - building near by. That night the good old Quaker lady, Mrs. Dixon (who was Elisabeth Allen) wanted a smoke. She remembered that she had left her pipe in the house. But when she went to retrieve it, a hard boiled sentry barred the way and refused permission to enter. 'But I want my pipe!" said Aunt Lib. "You can't have yer bloody pipe!" growled the sentry, "An' 'ow do I know yer not a bloody hound? Away am' begone, ye rebel!" The General heard the argument and came outside the house. He had recognized Mrs. Dixon's Voice. 'What's this! What's this!" He called to the sentry. "Trying to keep a - lady out of her own house! Of course she can have her pipe. Come on in, Mrs. Dixon, and get what you like."
Added by shirleyw55 on Aug 13, 2014 1:53 PM
J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams
If your related through the Lawrence side,

I'm related on the Jackson Side. My Dad's side.
I maintain Andrew Jackson's two brother's memorial
page's, and the Jackson's married into the
Andrew Jackson and my 4th great-grandfather Capt. Henry Williams were best of friends, and were related to one another.
During the War of 1812, Battle of New Orleans,
Andrew Jackson dispatched a letter and sent for
my 4th great-grandfather Henry Williams in N.C.,
requesting his aide at the Battle of New Orleans.
My mother lives in Knoxville, Tn. and she has the letter.
But your related closer?
Something don't sound right.

Added by J B Williams & T Slaydon ... on Jul 07, 2014 4:57 PM
Louise Urban
Mary Ida Salley at Bethel
The Mary Ida Salley buried at Bethel Camp Ground Cemetery in Benton County, Missouri is Mary Ida Smith, daughter of Robert Nicholas Smith and Amanda Turner who are buried at Turkey Creek Cemetery in Benton County, Missouri.
Added by Louise Urban on Jul 02, 2014 3:33 AM
Mae Thunder
Cain connection
Hello cousin!
Thank you for transferring my gggrandparents.
Added by Mae Thunder on Jun 30, 2014 11:38 AM
Janet Bertram
Julius Barnes
I did not update the place of death. The death index lists it as Huffman, Harris Co Tx.
Thx Janet
Added by Janet Bertram on Jun 29, 2014 9:32 PM
Thank You
Thank you for creating my grandmother's memorial page and the transfer (Eutimia Garza, Rosehill). I appreciate it very much.
Added by NancyGM on May 12, 2014 6:56 PM
Floydene Gillihan
RE: Lafayette Davis #52383109
Bobbie, You are right. Davis Cemetery is in Benton County just NE of Cross Timbers with an address of Cross Timbers. And, it does say on Lafayette's Death Certificate that he was buried in Davis Cemetery. The other thing I saw was that his dates on the death certificate are 26 Dec 1851 - 1 Feb 1935 -----everything matches except the year of birth (it is 1852 on the tombstone). And as I work I see this more often than I would like but different people may have given the dates for him for the dc and the headstone?? However when all the other dates match, his is an unusual name, and wife's name is the same, etc I think it is the same person.
The other thing I have just recently come across in another Hickory Co. cemetery is that "memorial stones" are set for persons who are buried elsewhere.
Mary E's death certificate matches her birth and death dates and it does say she is buried in Cross Timbers cemetery.
I really like all the links you have for Lafayette - I am so glad that Find-A-Grave is set for this info to be included.
Thank you. Have a great summer! Floydene
Added by Floydene Gillihan on May 06, 2014 12:57 PM
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