I was working on my and my husband's family tree online and I had pretty much run into a dead end on my side when he showed me a headstone of one of my relatives in Alabama. I was so surprised and asked him where he got it. That was my introduction to findagrave.com.
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My ancestry (Georgia and Alabama) includes the surnames: Jackson-Wherry-Marshall-Wallace-Taylor-Copeland-Damron-Longshore-Kimbrough
My husband's ancestry (North Carolina and West Virginia) includes the surnames: Kester-McCaskill-Spencer-Thompson-Freeman-Lee-Smith-Thomas-Moore-Glover-McKinnon-Love-Parker-McDuffie-Freshhour-Elder-Shields-Weekley-Moore-Shinn-Brown-Munn-Allen-Hyatt-Freeman-Pouncey-Tallent-McVicker-McHenry-Kincheloe
The happiest people I know are people who don't even think about being happy. They just think about being good neighbors, good people. And then happiness sort of sneaks in the back window while they are busy doing good. -Rabbi Harold Kushner
RE: Jean Marie Hourcaillou Thank you so much for your prompt and gracious reply and action. I can easily see how those two people could have been mixed up. Jean Marie is a common man's name in France, while it looks more like a woman's name in America. Thanks again.