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Jones (#47025267)
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I am researching:
John Grant b 1736 PA d 1804 PA
John Grant b 1764 d 1813
John Grant b 1796 PA d 1887 LA

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Horlock from Kent, England to Mobile, AL

Horace T. Thomasson born 1813 NC, in Noxubee Co MS 1850 and Fleming Thomasson born about 1770 and in Pickens Co AL by 1824

Isabella and unknown Reynolds SC to MS/AL by 1850, parents of Nancy Barbara Reynolds born about 1820 in SC, married Horace T Thomasson.

I will gladly share information I have and hope you will contact me if you have additional information.

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Steven Ijams
RE: Giles
I am sorry it took me as long as it did to get a photo to you. I knew there was no headstone for her when I claimed it. I debated whether to contact you prior to posting as some people might not want a photo if it doesn't include the person's headstone. The same goes for her husband John.

Even though there are only headstones/markers for 5 individuals there are at least 16 recorded burials in this one lot. Eleven are adults, two are children, one was stillborn and two have no age listed but I suspect may be children.

Added by Steven Ijams on May 03, 2013 4:24 AM
RE: London Tract
I would be happy to. It's one of my favorite cemeteries. Sadly it's falling apart. Much of the stone wall is gone, as well as, many of the headstones. There had been a flood some time back which caused a great deal of damage. I will be happy to send you photos. My email address is if you wish to send me a quick note, I will reply with what photos I have. ~ Diana
Added by Pip on Apr 30, 2012 7:58 PM
RE: Horlock
You can search parish death records here;

and see transcribed gravestone inscriptions here;

if you find evidence of a gravestone let me know and I will try and get a photo,
good luck,
Added by js on May 28, 2010 6:27 AM

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