|Carolyn R. Hines (#46960898)|
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My name is Carolyn Hines. I grew up in Bradley County in Arkansas. I love to do genealogical research. I found my biological family by doing this after 30 years of being separated from them. I enjoy this web-site. I enjoy reading the biographies of people I have heard of as well as the ones that I have not. I enjoy reading, writing poetry, attending plays, and spending time with my family. I constantly search for more family members as I am trying to meet as many as I can. If any one have information for the Hines, Tilmon, Givens, or Rawls family in Arkansas, I would be pleased to know any information regarding these families. The Hines and Givens families are from Bradley County in AR. The Tilmon and Rawls families are from Pulaski and Jefferson County in AR. There may be Rawls relatives in St. Louis, MO. I hope to hear from someone that may be able to assist with my search. Thanks in advance.|
Chapelwood Memorial Garde...
El Bethel Cemetery
Mount Moriah Cemetery
Rest in Peace
Weary Rest Cemetery
|Messages left for Carolyn R. Hine... (7)||[Leave Message]|
Do you know where the Williams Cemetery is located? If so, could I get the directions? Thank you for your time. Jacob Flippin
|Heather||Mount Moriah Cemetery|
I was wondering if you could help me. We are transcribing and picturing all the cemeteries in Lonoke County. We went out to do Mount Moriah Cemetery and discovered that somebody has place a large locked gate across the drive to the cemetery. Do you have any idea who we might contact to gain access to the cemetery?
Added by Heather on Aug 19, 2012 6:12 AM
|LOTS OF LOVE PEGGY THOMPSON||CAROLYN|
WISHING YOU AND YOURS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.
GOD BLESS YOU
|Lindsey Goddard||Dred Scott|
I'll be visiting Dred Scott's grave tomorrow. I noticed you left a message at his page. I've been to Calvary Cemetery but never found it. The weather is cold, but I feel the need.
I'm so glad things are changing, finally.
I was always curious as to why people leave pennies on his tombstone, because I've seen pictures of that... and then it dawned on me... Abe Lincoln. That was a very different period of time, wasn't it? It sends chills up my spine to think of their struggles.
|DEBB||Re: Mr. Bill|
You are so welcome. He was a good man and deserves
to be honored. Mr. Bill did a lot for our state.
I am just glad I could do some little something for him, in rememberance.
Christians should try to understand one another, afterall...heaven will be full with all of us! haha
Have a blessed week and a blessed and SAFE Labor Day.
Added by DEBB on Aug 26, 2008 1:40 PM
|DEBB||Re: Mr. Bill|
I think it is a big deal, Ms. Hines and I agree with you. I tried to place his memorial on the famous page, but the site rejected it. This is an injustice and a shame.
Just wanted you to know that I did try.
Thank you for contacting me, your comments are very helpful and again, I agree with you whole-heartedly about Mr. Bill being on the "famous"
Have a great day and may God bless you.
Added by DEBB on Aug 26, 2008 6:34 AM
|Kelt Smith||Little Rock|
Thanks. The 'locator' feature on here listed both counties as being part of Little Rock, so that's why.