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I was born in TEXAS. My ancestrial group in Leon County: WATSON, SANDERS, HARRISON, BYRNS, KING, BLACK, SHREWSBURY. |
Lucy WATSON Trant
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|Cheryl Burks||RE: duplicate of PILLEY|
Always glad to help and I appreciate all the help I get here also. It is great when we can all work together to help bring family together.
|S.B"Stan"Mason III||Riverside Cemetery|
Thank you for the picture.
|junkbuyercbd||Leonard L. Robinson|
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I have deleted my memorial for him. I generally double check for duplicates. That must have been one of late night entries, huh? Thanks, CBD
|Carol Hoch was Johnson||Nellie CUNDIFF Nichols|
No kin to Nellie...but I was raised with the Nichols bunch...neighbors and we all went to Church together...
|Carol Hoch was Johnson||Sterling H Brooks|
Thanks so much for the heads up!!!! Some of the family had said he was in Comanche County..
I added the links to Joe Coleman's memorial. You can submit edits through the edit tab now and the contributor just has to approve them. If they're not completed in a 21-day window, the system does them for you. Also, the naming conventions of the site discourage using all caps for surnames.
Added by Matt on Nov 03, 2014 9:49 AM
|Robert Matthews||RE: Transferred|
Thank you very much for the transfer. I have added some more info about his wife and other kin and will add some more later. I'm a newbie at using Find A Grave, but will get better over time.
Could you please transfer M. E. Matthews #62614021 to me. He is my gg-grandfather and I would like to add more information about him and his descendants.
Thank you, Robert Matthews
|Bill Boyd||RE: WARDs in Leon Co.|
I corrected her name (Mittye) and linked her to her parents.
|D. L. Lee||RE: SHREWSBURY Cleaver|
Sorry about the quality of the photograph. Her marker is at the edge of the cemetery under a canopy of trees. The ground on the side with the inscription drops off to a steep bank after about 4 feet. I have visited the cemetery both in the morning and the evening, but this time of year her marker is always heavily shaded. I will try to return to the cemetery after the leaves have fallen.
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