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TWC (#47885255)
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"Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them." George Eliot
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 • 944 Memorials Added
 • 1,029 Memorials Managed
 • 5 Memorials/Week
 • 83 Photos
 • 56 Photo Requests
 • 925 Virtual Flowers
 • 6 Virtual Cemeteries
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 • 25 Sponsorships
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Back Creek (13)
Hope Cemetery (21)
Joseph R White Family (6)
R.R. White Family Plot (8)
Spring Hill - Grenada (59)
W.W. Mullen Family (31)
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Messages left for TWC (182)[Leave Message]
Joy Steele
RE: Hannah Poole marker photo
You are welcome.
Added by Joy Steele on Apr 21, 2016 5:17 AM
hgs205
Walter Aaron White
Looks like the photo is his father's marker?
Added by hgs205 on Mar 30, 2016 2:39 PM
Karen Hiles
RE: Jane Caroline Lawrence Brown
Hello Thana, I'm a really distant relative of her's but I do have a lot of information about her family that I have been researching and I'm still finding more info about them. If you would transfer her memorial to me that would be great so I don't have to keep making you change things.

Sincerely and Thank You,
Karen Hiles
Added by Karen Hiles on Mar 16, 2016 9:00 PM
Jeff Hall
RE: Charles Preston White
Hello Thana, thank you for your nice message regarding Charles, I am honored to have been able to contribute to his memorial.

The courage and sacrifice of these young men like Charles should never be forgotten, it is what makes our country great.

All the best, Jeff.
Added by Jeff Hall on Jan 17, 2016 3:55 PM
Larry Leighton
RE: Mount Moriah Photo Request
Glad I could help. Have a great 2016
Added by Larry Leighton on Jan 16, 2016 12:07 PM
Larry Leighton
RE: Mount Moriah Photo Request
I posted 3 pictures for Barbara and Doc. I'm afraid they didn't turn out too well because of having to photograph through glass. She was really a beautiful lady!
Added by Larry Leighton on Jan 15, 2016 12:39 PM
Larry Leighton
RE: Mount Moriah Photo Request
That's all I need. Knowing that she is in a columbarium helps a lot. I'll take care of it soon and look for "Doc", too.
Added by Larry Leighton on Jan 11, 2016 2:40 PM
Bonner
RE: White headstone - Lebabnon Cemetery
Enjoyed the note. Glad you went to look at the house. They have really fixed it up. Do you remember visiting Toccopola? That house? What else do you remember?
Interesting your folks owned the Oxford Eagle.
I fulfilled all the requests I could with what I had taken the other day.
I saw the McLarty graves but did not photograph. Will get those.
There are more White graves I have pics of so if you want to request more go ahead. At least two more Zenus Whites!
Added by Bonner on Jan 10, 2016 10:00 AM
Larry Leighton
Mount Moriah Photo Request
You might consider contacting the cemetery to obtain the grave block and lot numbers. The cemetery is huge and there are over 100 photo requests...too many for the volunteers to research. You can send them to me on Find a Grave or update the memorial if you are the manager.
Added by Larry Leighton on Jan 10, 2016 10:00 AM
Bonner
RE: White headstone - Lebabnon Cemetery
Thana,

Happy to provide all the pics I can. I photographed all of the White tombstones I could find in Lebanon Cemetery. Might be some in the Toccopola City Cemetery but do not know.
There was a Mrs. White that still lived here when we moved in 25 yrs. ago. She was a sweet, old, (yes) white haired lady that was in one of the older homes on 334 that passes through the town. We met her and visited her several times. She was a sweet lady. At one point she had her roof replaced. She had an old tin roof but it was made of 1' x 2' pressed tin "shingles". We went and collected hundreds of them and still have a huge pile of them behind our barn. When she died her home stood empty for several years then a couple bought it and did a good bit of work on it. Then they left, it sat empty again, and then last year...of all things...a young couple bought it and have put a florist shop in it! They deliver everywhere so it does not matter where they are. It is an actual business in Toccopola and they have preserved Mrs. White's house doing a LOT of work on it.
http://www.breezyblossomsflorist.com/about_us.php

I'll watch for the other requests and see if I can fill them.

Best,

BB
Added by Bonner on Jan 09, 2016 7:58 PM
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