|Emma Lou Price (#46798753)|
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Daughter of Odis Clarence Burt and Ada Kate|
Fitzgerald Burt, both of whom were born in Clarke County, MS. I was born in Laurel, Jones County, MS. Graduated from Meridian, MS High School in 1947. Married in 1949 to Jesse Winston (Buddy) Price. We had 62 wonderful years together.
I lived in Toomsuba, MS, his family's home place, for 62 years. Now living in Sheridan, WY.
I am an avid genealogist and love to help others.
I recently "inherited" a large number of memorials
from a contributor who wanted to "retire".
I will gladly transfer management of any memorials
Pleasant Hill United Meth...
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|Bennie White||John Wilson Burt|
Thanks so much for the transfer!
|R. Miller||RE: Samuel Hill Shannon|
I will be glad to let you know if I find a connection.
|tina stiles||Burt family|
Hi Emma, I am trying to learn more about the Burt family. My ancestors were the Donley's, and it was Josephine Donley who was married to Gilbert Monroe Burt. Would love to chat genealogy with you!
|Melody Roswell||Loula S. Tucker/Hicks/Lummus|
Thank you so much for the transfers, greatly appreciated.
|Melody Roswell||RE: James W. Lummus|
Yes they are relatives and it would be an honor to take care of them from here. Thanks so much!
|Melody Roswell||James W. Lummus|
I just copied the information regarding James this evening. Thank you so much for putting up this information on him, will save me hours of work trying to locate him. Loula S. Tucker-Hicks first married Charles Monroe Hicks on 21 Sept 1879 in Lauderdale Co. MS. Charles was robbed and murdered on 2 Dec 1914 in Bethany, Caddo Parish, LA. Loula and Charles divorced and I don't know why. Loula then married James on 10 Aug 1892 in Lauderdale Co. MS. Just wanted you to have this information so that you may want to add it to their memorials is all.
Happy hunting friend,
|bonehead||RE: H. B. Freeman|
I revisited the grave of H B Freeman yesterday to see if there were any other inscription. I couldn't find any. The grave is surrounded with a short wall made of 4" concrete block and the name is inscribed in to the top edge of a 4" solid concrete block set at one end of the grave. All blocks were painted white at one time and almost all of the paint has wore off. I suspect that the block with the name at one time had writing on it but none is readable now. I used scotchbrite to buff it a little to check it out but it was no help. The stone which is laying down doesn't appear to belong with this grave. It is made of one inch thick marble the kind that is common here as it's from the local quarry in Sylacauga. I looked at both sides of this stone but there were no insriptions at all. There is a grave to the immediate left which appears to be along with the H B Freeman grave. They look different but they are very close to each. The name on the grave to the left is Frances Horne 1918-1934. The Frances Horne grave has a foot stone which looks like the marble stone lying on the Freeman grave. Sorry I couldn't find something for you. If you need anything further in this area let me know.
Added by bonehead on Oct 20, 2013 7:21 AM
|DONNA COLLINS RAY||RE: Spouse of Levi A. Honeycutt|
If you send me your email,I will send you an invitation to my tree. I have some info,her parents,grandparents and siblings. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org...Thank you Donna
|KB Harris||RE: Mary Bancroft Tombstone|
I also have pictures of her as a young woman and as a grandmother. Send me your email and I'll send pix. How are YOU related to her? She is my dad's dad's mom; so she is one of my paternal great grandmothers.
|Nathan Culpepper||Levin Culpepper #5748428|
Hi, thank you for contributing to Levin's memorial page. Would you please transfer this memorial to me so that I may correct a few facts? I am Levin's grandson, Nathan.
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