|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom (#46504839)|
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I was born on Aug. 1, 1937 in Marysville, Yuba Co., CA. to James (Jim) Edward Hammons and Alice (Lassie)Jane Ernst. I was raised by my Daddy Jim's wonderful parents, James LEE and Ruth Schooler Hammons. Because of their ages and strong family ties, I learned a lot about my family histories. I was raised to respect my ancestors. I hope that I am giving back just a little by posting to Find a Grave.|
I have been married for 52 years to my wonderful husband,Roy Lee (R.L.) Davis, (this is us many years ago)...we have had 4 children, Dalton Lee, Rachel Melody, Denver Kory and Charm Mae. As you know, our son Dalton passed in 1989. Son Kory has stage 4 Melanoma. He has been in remission for about 8 years. Please continue to pray for him.
This picture was taken not to long after Dalton passed. Grandson Chance had also left us.
We have had 9 Grandchildren: Brandon Robert, Dane Ryan, Chelsea Ruth-Leigh, Chance Ragan, Cash Lee Dalton , Shea Kory, Jessica Aaron, Hayley Aleese and Morgann Chadahn. Chance died of a heart defect at age 7 months in 1981. He weighed just 7 lbs. It was a 7 month battle of surgeries, doctors and tests and a very emotional time for us. Because it is still so painful for her, my daughter, Melody ask that he not be listed on FAG.
We also have 6 great grandchildren, Dylan Dane Ryan, Ryder Lawrence, Shelby Lynn, Brody Ragan and Riley Christian and our newest addition, Corey Kahne.
We would like to thank everyone who visits our son, Dalton Lee Davis, and foster daughter, Jodi Lynne Smith and all our loved ones that are waiting for us in heaven. Your flowers and notes are a joy to receive. I am unable to walk the cemeteries now so I can't volunteer to photograph headstones. I hope my sponsoring and leaving flowers will make up for it.
Special thanks to the angels who have sponsored some of my loved ones.
My favorite thing to do on Find a Grave is to leave flowers when a person has none.
My pet peeve is finding whole cemeteries listed but not one flower left by that person for any of the graves. Everyone deserves at least one flower. Also, Listers that will NOT release your family members into your care. That is so petty and rude.
God bless you all.
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|florida boy 64||Ted Detar|
Ted 42347929 was killed in 1968 another drag racer needs flowers thank you
|florida boy 64||Charles Branham|
Charles 120884134 was a race driver ( drag racing) was killed in 1963 he needs flowers thank you
|arrowkeeper||RE: Glen Edgar Gilpin|
You are very welcome. I am so glad to be of some help. However I did place pictures online of all the stones in the family plot.
|florida boy 64||People I knew|
When you can please leave flowers for these people I knew. My 2 friends who were killed in accidents Gina 111590436 and Cynthia 75864427 Jessie 72414561 who I would see all the time at the store she worked at and Terri 118328640 who I saw only 3 days before she died. Thank You
|Denny Roach||James William Gilpin|
Yes, James was married to my cousin Louvina Livesay. His parents are in Piney Grove Cemetery, John A. Gilpin 3/11/1835 - 5/27/1916 and Martha J. Nevis 5/3/1841 - 1/15/1926
I have submitted to Find A Grave to link all three of these together to help others.
Barbara, I seen you had left flowers on a memorial in Kings Prairie Cemetery near Gerster, Missouri...How nice..Do you have any roots to that part of St. Clair County, Missouri? My ggg Grandfathers people are buried in Kings Prairie, Edward Henry DeLozier...He was father to 20 children so I have some kin to chase down...Blessings to you in every day...
|Darlene Keith||Henson family|
It appears we are related -- your William Leonard was the older brother of my gr. grandfather, Hiram F. Henson [1832-1869]. I have only recently found this site and am having a difficult time accomplishing anything else. :D Thank you for all your hard work in providing info for others. Note: that is my note below about Clifford Piper. My mother was Ona M. Henson Piper, dau. of James Thomas Henson. dk
|Darlene Keith||Clifford A Piper|
I see you left a flower for my Daddy. Check out the picture I posted for him today. Thank you for your kindness. I just discovered this site a few days ago. He was a really great man. I still miss him all these years later. Darlene
I am working on adding photos for all the memorials in Red Top cemetery, Hallsville, Missouri. (It will take me a while to finish) I noticed that you left flowers for some of the Schooler family buried there and thought you might be interested in those and maybe other families as well.
|Rita Balentine Hogan||RE: Re: Barrett|
No, not related, just looking for more info. Thanks
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