|Rodney A Arnold (#47366827)|
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Hello, if you are a distant cousin & good luck; either way, your help is appreciated in providing information to our past, current and future kinships. Warm regards & God-Speed. |
I was born in Natchez, Ms & attribute this family tree bug to an 8th grade history teacher who assigned me a project to collect 3 generations of my family. With the help of a dear grandmother (the only grandparent I ever knew) the project was completed & a new phase of our relationship began. She joined in my pursuit of better understanding my/our past for 20 years & I fondly remember how she got excited at every new discovery of her family roots; I continue in her memory.
I retired from the Navy Submarine Force as a Master Chief Machinist Mate Weapons (Torpedoman) & did a tour as a Chief of the Boat. My wife of 25 years is a Navy Veteran, our oldest son is a Marine Corp Veteran, & our youngest son is Active duty Navy.
On my paternal side I research the Arnold & Freeman Families & the family surnames they married in Franklin/Amite/Lincoln/Pike/Adams Counties, Ms. On my maternal side I research the Verbeck/Walker/Dungan/White Families of George/Jackson Counties Ms. & Clarke/Mobile Counties Al.
If you have a correction, addition, or request a transfer please give me the Find A Grave Memorial # (FAGM#)& or the relationship to you by using the Send A Correction form on the memorial. Please add any additional information you have for that memorial, such as FAGM# links to parents, children, siblings, spouses & grandparents.
Send an e-mail to my personal account if you have alot of information as an attachment. Please provide the Name of the person & FAGM# if they have one in the subject line.
Though I retired from one job I still work full time so please bear with me and I will try to answer your request in a timely manner.
If you see something on a memorial you do not agree with please understand the information was probably provided by a family member and or is part of public record; newspapers, court records, etc. The intent is to honor your/our loved ones and to provide information that will help future generations better understand their families & lineage. Warm regards, Rodney
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Thanks for that edit suggestion! It hadn't even occurred to me that her maiden name wasn't on there! She was an Ellington :-)
|jessicaphillips85||RE: Woodard Smith|
Yes, thank you. It's easy to get it confused because one was Trudie Minor with an "O" and the other was Trudie Miner with an "E". Also, the Trudie that Woodard was married to had remarried and her last name was Ellington when she died, so I can see how someone would make that mistake. But I am 100% sure that he should be linked to Trudie Minor Massey and not Trudie Miner Smith. Thanks again! And thanks for all you do for FindaGrave.com!
|SSGT (USAF) Colleen Jeffries||Thanks|
Thanks for doing that. Thanks for your service as well.
|Cindy Beck||Ivy Ransom Freeman|
Greetings from Arkansas. I'm guessing we are distant cousins. Archie Freeman would have been my great uncle.
I see that you are maintaining the record for Ivy Ransom Freeman. He was my dad's father. He died when my father was 14 months old. My dad (now 87) is the last surviving child of Ivy and Sarah Freeman.
Were you ever able to get a picture of Ivy? My dad has never seen a picture of his father and certainly has no memory of what he looked like. If you have pictures, it would mean a lot to be able to show my dad.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Cindy Freeman Beck
North Little Rock, Arkansas
|Sall||Stuart G. Williams|
Forgot to say he is in Midway Cemetery in Franklin County, Ms. Meadville
Added by Sall on Feb 25, 2015 9:49 PM
Stuart Williams needs his father #142960377 added to his memorial please. (or transfer it to me and I'll fix it). He is my second cousin. My mothers, brothers grandson. Either way is fine..Thanks again..
Added by Sall on Feb 25, 2015 9:47 PM
Thanks for the info. Deed was done.
Added by Sall on Feb 25, 2015 9:41 PM
How do you get rid of a duplicate cemetery??.I created one in error...no one in it yet....just needs to be deleted....help.. Sallie
Added by Sall on Feb 23, 2015 12:02 AM
Published in Natchez Democrat:
Mervin E. Freeman
Services for Mervin E. Freeman Sr.,
66, 115 Mimosa Dr., who died Sat. (Jan. 28) at Mississippi Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, will be buried Monday (Jan. 30), 11 a.m., Laird Funeral Home with the Rev. Ray Walters and the Rev. Robert Jones officiating.
Visitation will be today (Jan. 29), 4-7 p.m. at the funeral home.
Burial will be at Greenlawn Memorial Park.
He was born Oct. 28, 1922, in Pike County to Archie and Janie (Graves) Freeman.
He was retired from Armstrong Tire and Rubber Co. and a member of Cloverdale Baptist Church, where he served as deacon and music director for 24 years. He was also a member of the Local 303 Retirees Club.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Mona Freeman; three brothers, Frank Freeman, L.A. Freeman and Lee Freeman; two sisters, Pernie Arnold and Lois Thornton.
Survivors include his wife, Frances (Knight) Freeman of Natchez; four children, Mervin E. Freeman, Jr. of Vicksburg, Becky Springs, Myra Hall and Michael Freeman, all of Natchez; four sisters, Grace Wallace, Oma Lee Wallace and Georgea Mae Jordan, all of Bogue Chitto, Billie Allred of Smithdale; and one brother, Roy Freeman of Brookhaven, Ms.
Pallbearers will be Stan Allred, Iva Ray Thornton, Ferman Freeman, Wayne Wallace, Reggie Freeman, Rayborn Freeman and Don Wallace.
Better late than never...
Added by Sall on Feb 15, 2015 1:18 AM
|Rita Graves||RE: Frank Wilson # 81518171|
You're welcome; we're all fine, hope you and yours are having a good year so far.
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