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StelleMIvy (#46992580)
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Librarian by profession,and family genealogist for 35 years. Enjoy helping others.

Researching: McAllister, Walker and Ward Families Monroe County, Mississippi. DeVould, Devall, Ware, and Eddie Families of Monroe Coounty, Mississippi; Doss and Randall Family-Chickasaw and Clay County, Mississippi.

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Albert Martin
Thank you so much for creating Albert Martin's Memorial! I did not know his wife's maiden name so the memorial was a big help. I've sent you his parents memorial #'s through the edits. His mother Louisa White Martin is my direct ancestor. Cheryl
Added by CherylA on Oct 26, 2014 3:16 PM
Jason Slade
     Ebenezer Slade was born on October 6, 1833 in Marion County, Mississippi.He was the son of Hezekiah Slade and Helena Victoria Taylor.
     Ebenezer married Nancy Bond on February 17, 1859 in Harrison County, Mississippi.. Ebenezer Slade died on June 7, 1862 in Okalona Hospital at age 28..He is buried at the Confederate cemetery Okalona..He has a grave marker stone in my 3 rd great grandpa's cemetery..Hezekiah Slade
Added by Jason Slade on Oct 14, 2014 7:42 AM
Jason Slade
Hi Ebenezer Slade
He was one of my GG uncles..I would like to have this turned over to me..Also,you put a federal flag on his grave..That would be totally offensive to a confederate soldier..Not being mean about it..Its just the way it was..
Added by Jason Slade on Oct 14, 2014 7:27 AM
I am sorry it did not clean up as well as I would have liked but we have had a lot of rain lately.

Happy Hunting
Added by Kathie on Oct 03, 2014 8:34 PM
John Gillis
Are your Ivy's of the Christopher Columbus Ivy's?
Added by John Gillis on Sep 11, 2014 2:13 PM
John Gillis
Kathy Diane Eldridge Perry #132223523
Dear Ms. Ivy, My wife, Melva Eldridge Gillis, who is Kathy's first cousin, wishes that you transfer her memorial #132223523 to me. I would thank you also. we were all so close. Thank you so much. John Gillis
Added by John Gillis on Sep 10, 2014 5:29 PM
Judy Anne Johnston Maxey-Odd Fellows Cemetery
May I use your photo from above in my Ancestry tree? Thanks for considering. Bob
Added by Bjensen on Aug 11, 2014 10:47 AM
Judith D
Rufus Ivy
Thank you for the obit! I've added it as you requested. I am not related, would you like a transfer? If not, I will be happy to add any additional information you may have.
Added by Judith D on Jul 15, 2014 5:29 AM
Elizabeth Turner
Alfred Boyce
You might see the message I send Mr. Henley about Alfred Boyce. Have been at a brick wall for years about who his parents are. any help or direction you could give would certainly be appreciated.
Added by Elizabeth Turner on Jun 02, 2014 12:09 PM
Tiffany Lanham Adkins
Brown, Lanham
Hi Stella! I am looking for a couple of people in your area, not sure if you may have come across or seen any of these. I have a James Brown whose will can be found in chickasaw co (so i'm assuming he's buried there?) who was married to Elizabeth. I am also searching for a Jacob and Matilda Lanham who were in Clay Co. By 1880 Matilda has died but jacob is still living. Any chance you may have come across any of these names in the local cemeteries?
Added by Tiffany Lanham Adkins on Apr 05, 2014 2:46 AM
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