|Frances K (#46871950)|
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|Travis Davis||John H. Davis|
Hi this is Travis Davis, my # is 46976618
Thank for posting my GGGGrandfather's memorial. I was wondering if you can transfer it to me. Thank You
again..This is the correct Memorial.. #35821615
Not sure who this is that tried to make a memorial for my Great Paw paw RODOLPHUS Slade,But you Mispelled his name and he has Memorial already..Could you delete this one?? #35821615
Thank you so much for honoring my request for transfer of the Wayne Haley memorial. Have a good week! Sharry
|Liz Brown||RE: Slay|
Sorry the but location of the burials are unknown. Would you please just put a note in the bio with the parents names. Thank you so much :-)
Is this lady Lucy Anderson Daughdrill Hatten?
Added by Barbara on Sep 14, 2013 8:00 PM
I found this reference to Mrs. Saucier being half-sister to Minnie Lee Johnson and her mother surviving her (Mrs. Eliza Hudson Lee) but yet to find any other reference which I may have sent to be posted; see below:
MRS. MINNIE JOHNSON DIES Find A Grave #70247312
Funeral services were conducted in the Juniper Grove Baptist church by the Rev. S. F. Harkey, pastor of the Poplarville Methodist church, Monday afternoon at three o'clock for Mrs. Minnie Johnson, wife of Ira Johnson of the Savannah community, who died at her home Sunday night from apoplexy following an illness of about ten days.
Mrs. Johnson was born in Lumberton on June 19, 1900, the daughter of Mrs. Eliza Hudson Lee and the late Henry Lee. She was well known and had a host of friends in this section.
Surviving Mrs. Johnson are her husband, Ira Johnson; five children, Brainard, Bettie Jean, Bobby Ray, Doyle Edward and Effie Jeanice Johnson; her mother, Mrs. Eliza Hudson Lee; three brothers, Leander Lee, Meridian, Hobson Lee, Picayune, and Lonnie Lee, Bogalusa, La.; three half brothers, Pat Rogers, Petal, Sam and Griffin Lee of Lumberton; three sisters, Mrs. Grace Hartley, Lumberton, Mrs. Effie Freeman, Hinds, Oregon, and Mrs. Anna Bell Salter, Picayune; three half-sisters, Mrs. Jane Saucier, Lumberton, Mrs. Merinda Bonds, Lumberton, and Mrs. Maggie Lee, Bogalusa, La.
Interment was in the Juniper Grove cemetery. Pall bearers were James Sanderson, Arthur Odom, O. B. Bazor, J. Lott, L. Lingenfelter, and Sidney Bounds. McDonald Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
The Weekly Democrat, Poplarville, Mississippi, January 8, 1942
Added by Barbara on Aug 04, 2013 3:30 PM
Lettie Elberta Buckalew Dearman and
Arthur Buckalew were my grandparents. I would like to give you their exact birth and death dates. Arthur: Born 3-2-1901 Died: 11-5-1939
Lettie: Born 3-19-1898 Died: 6-15-1873
They had four children:
James Ottis Buckalew
Ruby Ineta Buckalew Lynn
Betty Juan Buckalew Thompson
June Evelyn Buckalew Deaver
Thank you for what you do.
Judy Thompson Harrison
|Kenneth Hockin||Charles Preston Slade|
Hi Frances, in case you want to update this memorial Find A Grave Memorial# 35736446 on Charles Preston Slade, here's the link to his obituary.
|Dedra Boggs||Re: Clarence Davis - Slade Cemetery|
Happy New Year, Frances! I hope it has been a good start. I was doing some research follow-ups, and noted that we had visited about the tombstone image for Clarence Davis having not been complete (the bottom half of the tombstone information is missing in the image). You kindly responded that you would look through your images and see if you had another complete image, or may even visit and retake the picture. I can tell you are very busy :) and I greatly appreciate all the work you put into logging and photographing these for us. I am hoping you are still willing to look and see about the possibility of a complete image. Again, please, accept my appreciation and gratitude for your efforts.
Thank you, so very much.
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