|Wyndy South (#47132368)|
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Family genealogist/researcher for paternal |
surnames: South, Colson, Cribbs, Wilds/Wildes.
States: KY, AL, TN & GA for South; GA, FL for Colson, Cribbs, and Wildes/Wilds.
Maternal surnames: Davis (in Christian/Hopkins Co. KY; and Bedford Co., TN), & Lee, Cunningham in Christian Co., and Hopkins Co., KY.
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|Merf||RE: James P & Mary South|
My pleasure! Getting requests like that from people is why I do this!
Added by Merf on Apr 23, 2015 10:24 PM
|MaryAnne||RE: Carroll Gentry|
Thank you so much for transferring the memorial. I completely understand and appreciate any reluctance to do so. But I will protect it and continue trying to add other direct relatives.
This very cool that we're so closely related. I look forward to connecting more.
Thank you so much.
Added by MaryAnne on Apr 13, 2015 7:07 PM
|PurplePansy||Sarah Sapp Barrow|
Sarah's parents were Salem Sapp and Mary Ann Lord. They are buried in the Sapp family cemetery. Sarah's first husband, Joshua Colson, and son, Benjamin, are buried in Anderson Church Cemetery with the Colson family.
Sarah was my great great grandmother.
|PurplePansy||Emmaus Cemetery Evans Co|
Mary Ella Barrow was the daughter of Luke Levy Barrow. She married Rufus Barrow, son of Rilliford Barrow. So she was a double Barrow!!
Her older sister was Sarah (Sallie) Barrow who married Coleman Hinson.
They are all buried in Emmaus.
They are my great grandfather, Franklin McKenie Barrow's family.
|PurplePansy||Julia Lewis Barrow (Emmaus Cemetery)|
The eighth child of Julia Lewis Barrow is my grandmother Annie Lou born October 22, 1915 and is now 99 1/2!!
|DONNIE JEAN DURRENCE HENDRIK||Maxey m Wilds|
Hi Wendy my name is Donnie jean durrence maxey is my greatx3 grandfather was wondering if you might consider letting me maintain his memorial page...thank you!
|Roy Fisher||Bennie Leamon Wilson|
Your memorial page (#74185764) lists Dec 8, 1926 as the date of death but Leamon is listed in his father's (David Lester Wilson) home in the 1930 census in Birdford, Tattnall County, GA.:
Lester Wilson 39
Ada Wilson 39
Leamon Wilson 17
Etta Wilson 14
Fannie Wilson 12
Madeline Wilson 10
Emmett Wilson 8
Emory Wilson 8
Hazel Wilson 6
Louise Wilson 4
Frances Wilson 1
John Deloach 75
|WILLIAM K. Bowen||Martha Elizabeth Hendrix Sikes (1828-1919), FAG# 59522089|
What It means to me to sponsor a Find-A-Grave Memorial:
The meaning to me is as follows:
Martha Elizabeth Hendricks Sikes was my mother's great aunt and during my mother's formative years all her aunts, uncles, great aunts and great uncles, cousins, etc. played a role in her life (some significant, others less so). I did not get an opportunity to know any of them for by the time I was born they were mostly all gone, for my mother's father was almost 64 years of age when she was born.
By sponsoring the Find A Grave memorials for kin folks who played a role in determining who we are allows one to group all those in one place and which permits concentrating genealogy research on this group to document some important data concerning their lives. The cost is modest and the Find A Grave program groups all of these into one category and as a benefit stops all advertisements on that sponsored Find A Grave website memorial.
I wish to thank you for all your contributions to find a grave and am certainly glad that you placed my gg aunt Martha on the Find A Grave Website Memorial. I hope I can do a good job documenting her biography in memory of my own mother who knew her during her early childhood.
Thanks again for all that you do for all of us.
William K. Bowen, A find a grave contributor
dated: Thursday, February 19, 2015 1:53 PM
|WILLIAM K. Bowen||Martha Elizabeth Hendrix Sikes (|
|William Bell Hickerson, Jr.||Maupin Cemetery|
Thank you for your willingness to allow me to manage the memorials you created for the Maupin Cemetery. I also appreciate the very kind note you left for me.
I'll follow up on your suggestion.
Again, thank you.
All the best,
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