|Tricia Brown Westbrooks (#46590820)|
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I have been interested in genealogy for many years, and love helping people to begin and be successful in this hobby. Cemetry information goes hand in hand with that hobby! |
The Alma Cemetery in Alma, Crawford County, Arkansas is very special to me......I have family buried there that came to Crawford County in 1842. My father, Louis Brown, took over the volunteer job of keeping the records of Alma Cemetery in the early 1980's. He spent many hours at the cemetery recording all the information he could from the tombstones and word of mouth from anyone that would share information with him. After his death in 1998 I took over the job.
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|Brenda Scheele||Jennie Hill|
memorial for Jennie Hill Dean 15477607
In memory of Jennie, wife of E. P. Dean, dau. of B. & M.E. Hill Should reed daughter of R and ME Hill. Her father was Richard Hill and Mother Mary Ellen McMillan. The stone is hard to read but the B should be a R, Thanks so much for taken the time to put it on there
|BUTCH LUCAS||Vivian Carolyn Adams #24891495|
Would you please add this obit to Ms. Adam's memorial. Info taken from the AR Democrat Gazette - Monday Feb 21, 2000
VIVIAN CAROLYN ADAMS, 89, of Little Rock died Feb. 19, 2000. She was born in Alma, Ark., to C.M. and Caroline Stewart Adams on Oct. 10, 1910. She graduated from the College of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark., and received her master's degree in Library Science in Illinois. She taught in numerous places across the United States and retired from the Little Rock school system. She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Honorary Teacher's Society. She was a long time member of the Sixth and Izard Church of Christ where she served as Bible Class teacher and librarian for many years.
She is survived by three sisters, Rubye Sams of Little Rock, Norma Kilgore and her husband Dwight of Colorado, Ruth Ray and her husband George of Wisconsin, and sister-in-law, Frances Adams of Batesville, Ark.; nephews Charles J. Ray of Colorado, Dwight Kilgore, Jr. and his wife Delitha of Idaho, Craig Kilgore and his wife Nancy of Washington; nieces Caroline Ray of Ohio and Sharon Ray and husband John on Montana; and several great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Charles Adams. A funeral service will be conducted by Mr. John Gipson, minister of Sixth and Izard Church of Christ at the Ruebel Funeral Home Chapel on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Alma, Ark. Memorials may be made to Sixth and Izard Church of Christ.
Thank you very much!!
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|Virginia Brown||RE: John Dotson|
You have made my day! Thank you very much for the transfer of John's memorial. I'm looking forward to adding more information to his bio. I hope someone does something nice for you in return.
|K||RE: Patricia Laws|
Thank you for your kind words. You're very welcome!
Added by K on Jul 22, 2015 3:00 PM
|Evonne McClaine||RE: Nancy Graves|
You are so very welcome.
Hi, Narcissus is my 4th great grand Aunt and I would like to know more about her. I know it's a very distant relation, but I enjoy learning about obscure lines in my family tree. Also on the marriage record, and some other documents on Ancestry.com her name is shown as Narcissa. Do you know if she went by both?
Added by Sarleeko on Jan 14, 2015 2:10 PM
|Lisa Squared||Mary Davis|
Her info says services at All Saints Mausoleum. Was she buried in Metairie Cemetery or All Saints or Lake Lawn? These are three different locations. If you could call and ask where and what section that would be great. Thanks so much.
Happy to add the obit to my uncle Luke's memorial, thank you for sending it. God bless.
|Andrea Hawk Crumrine||Farris memorial|
Added obit for you. Thanks.
|Hal||Colemans from Ark, and S.C.|
My name is Hal Eaddy. My great Grandfather was William B. Coleman of the Pamplico S.C. area. He was little brother to George W. Coleman,who moved to Arkansas. For many years we searched to find where he had ended up. We lost track of him in 1880 in Charleston County, S.C. until recently on F.A.G. I have been researching his family and believe that your desceased close friend "Jay" was his great Grandson. I would love to somehow make email or otherwise contact with some of his children, which would be my distant cousins. G.W. & W.B. Coleman's parent were Edward Coleman & Mary Jane McWhite ,both from Marion ,S.C. They are not on F.A.G. cause their graves were never found. She married James R. Lewis after Edward Coleman died and are listed in the 1860 Marion County census.G.W. Coleman is also in that census with wife D.(Dillia). This search was actually started back in the 1990's by my Mother,when she was living. Thank you for your time and the Edits you have done for me.
Added by Hal on Aug 01, 2014 10:25 PM
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