|Sandi Smith (#47285716)|
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I've always been interested in family history (I loved visiting cemeteries as a kid), but since my mom passed away it has become more important than ever. Family names I'm researching include Buckelew, Porter, Hudson, Cruce, Woodall, Smith, Chappell, Haynes, Cecil and Provins.|
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|Anonymous||Benjamin L. and Sarah "Sally" Hogan|
Thank you for adding a picture of the grave stone for my maternal great grandparents: Benjamin L. Hogan and Sarah "Sally" M. Bates Hogan. My paternal grandparents are buried in that same cemetery.
I've been there but failed to take a picture of their grave stone.
|Gene Hill||RE: Othal Miller|
Thank you Sandi.
It's a pleasure to work with you.
|Gene Hill||Othal Omer Miller info|
Thank you for pointing out my mistake.
Othal Omer Miller
|Don Sharp||Myrtie Adams|
Many thanks for the great photo of Myrtie's grave marker. I greatly appreciate your time & effort.
Thanks for all the edits for Ebenezer! I entered them from the Cullman Co cemetery book. It's great to have the headstone photos that show the information!
|Janette Stowe||Ida Willingham Brakefield|
Thank you so much for sharing the picture of her monument.
She was my great grandmother's sister.
|Don Sharp||RE: James Ardis Morgan|
The photos are great. Thanks for the SUPER job!
I'm not sure where Edmon is buried, nor do I know his DOD. Your photo of William H Morgan, Jr. help me to straighten out a mess that had in my family tree. There are several W. H. Morgans in the area and the census records were also confusing. I think I have now corrected my errors. I am related to William H. Morgan, Jr. on both his maternal & paternal sides of the family. Edmon is now giving me grief. I have seen his name listed several ways. Edmon Absolom Morgan; Absolom Edmon, Edmond, Edmund, Absolom is a family name on his mother's side of the family. I located a cemetery survey for Ebnezer; but it did not include Edmond. If I could locate his DOD, I might be able to solve his burial site.
Many thanks for your help!
|Don Sharp||James Ardis Morgan|
When you were at Ebenezer Cemetery, Did you happen to see a marker for James Ardis Morgan, Edmon Absolom Morgan, or Josephine "Phenie" Morgan. James Ardis Morgan was born a Green in Texas and his mother, Josephine, later married Edmon who must have adopted him. The cemetery survey list James Ardis as being buried there and I'm hoping with a military marker. I appreciate your help!
|Tami Woody||Evie Wilkinson gravesite|
I requested a search for an Evie Harris in the Ebenezr Baptist Church Cemetary and you found an Evie Wilkinson. This is the same person. My great grandmother was married twice her first husband was a Wilkinson. Could you please send me the the information from the tombstone and possibly a photo of it. I really would appreciate it. I have really had some trouble researching this side of my family and this info could help.