|James Drumright (#46946896)|
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I was born in Nola, Lawrence, MS in 1935. to Henry Mervyn Drumright and Bettie Farrow Carr-Cox. Graduated from Monticello High School in 1953. Went to Chicago to study nursing at the Cook County School of Nursing and received Registered Nurse Degree and then to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN; whereby becoming a Certified Nurse Anesthetist in 1960. Have since retired after 49 years.|
Always feel loved, but NEVER feel entitled. The world does not owe you ANYTHING. You owe the world to make it a better place.
- Tim Russert 1950-2008
"Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the American Government take care of him; better take a closer look at the American Indian." Henry Ford
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|Jason & Mitzie||Nick Ellington|
I searched the Haw River Cemetery and was unable to find a marker for Nick Ellington, I thought he might be buried with a Lucy D Ellington but I may be mistaken. If the weather holds out tomorrow I'll try to go back out and look again. If you don't think Nick would be buried there let me know & I'll delete the picture.
by these way you can also confirm my information on Alanzo with the cemetery office at 417-833-1111. Don't hesitate to call they are very kind and helpful. :-)
Added by Susan on Mar 09, 2015 9:14 AM
|Susan||RE: Rolland Drumwright|
You are welcome!
Added by Susan on Mar 07, 2015 4:39 PM
See my caption on the photo. Rolland's grave is unmarked.
Added by Susan on Mar 07, 2015 10:33 AM
I was out at the cemetery today the office located records on Robert and Rolland but not Alanzo. The cemetery did not open until 1905 so unless he was moved....... When I went to the location indicated by the office I did not find any markers, however, it was snowy so I will go back in a few days just in case they were flat markers. The cemetery office is very helpful if you would like to speak with them about Alanzo or possible getting markers placed if the graves are unmarked. I understand if you want to verify my info. their number is 417-833-1111. I will let you know what I find when the snow melts.
Added by Susan on Mar 01, 2015 5:28 PM
|Pat Arnold||Ernest Troy Davis|
Thank you for the transfer. Much appreciated.
|Pat Arnold||Ernest Troy Davis|
Would you please transfer Ernest Troy Davis. Part of my family tree.Find A Grave number..72091203
My number. 47131107
I went to take a photo of Helen Drumright's marker this weekend and could not find one. I emailed the office for the cemetery and received a response today. They informed me that per their records, Helen was cremated and her remains were laid over her husband Jesse's grave. There were only two Drumright markers in the cemetery, so I took photos of both in hopes one was her spouse. Her name is not engraved on the marker, sadly, but if you would like me to upload Jesse Drumright's headstone onto her memorial, I will do so.
Added by Andrea on Feb 17, 2015 4:40 PM
|Lawler Family||RE: Jemima Russell|
Your very welcome, Also added Ralph Henry Russell he and Andrew Leroy Russell were beside her.
|Darrell Landrum||Drumwrights in Leemont|
Hi James, I posted a photo to Hiram's memorial as well as posted a memorial for his wife Lucy. There is a gentleman buried beside them named Edgar who served during WW I. I don't know if he was their son, but I would assume so. If you want their memorials, let me know and I will transfer them over to your care.
All the best,
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