| || member for 9 years, 5 months, 1 day|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Genealogy is one of my hobbies, the others being Jane Austen, movies, website design, and my job.|
And, of course, I love visiting cemeteries and photographing headstones for people. There are some cool, out-of-the-way country cemeteries here in Mississippi, so it's sort of a road trip and a scavenger hunt rolled into one, and you can't beat the feeling of helping people!
If you are the friend or relative of anyone on a record I've added, I will be glad to transfer the admin/ownership over to you, so just let me know. I'm not here for the numbers.
Feel free to use any photo I've uploaded to this site for your family tree on Ancestry or wherever. You don't have to ask. Credit would be nice, but it's not like I'm going to go looking.
The link on my profile will take you to the genealogy site I maintain for my family.
In memory of my sister, Emma Louise Baldwin King (1988-2011), and my dad, Robert Barton Baldwin (1948-2015).
|Messages left for DeeDee (610)||[Leave Message]|
|Ms. Clyde||Harry Bailey|
Your memorial for Harry is 29333551
Retired Msgt. Harry G. Bailey Sr., 77, died Friday, May 25, 2001, at Providence Hospital in Columbia. He was a son of the late Samps W. Bailey and Mary Bolding Bailey of Starkville, Miss. He was a Master Mason, Scottish Rite Mason and a Shriner. He was also a member of American Legion Post 182 in Columbia.
Msgt. Bailey participated in the initial assault of Utah Beach on D-Day with Company E, 8th Infantry Regiment, where he received the Bronze Star and Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Clusters. He was also in the Battle of the Bulge and served his country for 41 years in Federal Service.
Surviving are his son, Harry G. Jr. of Columbia; daughters, Donna Deschenes of Fort Collins, Colo., and Rebecca Moraski of Greenville; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Dunbar Funeral Home. Published in The Greenville News on May 27, 2001.
|Jessica Whitehead||Whitehead update.|
Hey, George and Sarah Whitehead had four children but only Richard Whitehead, my father, is decreased. If you would like me to help with anything concerning the Whitehead family just shoot me an email.
|Rick Bryant||Simmons Family|
DeeDee - Thanks so much for the photos of my Simmons kin in West Point. Those requests had been out there for so long that I had forgotten about them, so the messages I got this morning that my requests had been fulfilled was quite a nice surprise! Your kind help is appreciated. Rick
|Karen Brewer||Memorial# 31759673|
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate all you have done on Find A Grave!
|Charles E. Carroll||George William Carroll|
Thank you for placing the memorials for George and his wife.
|Linda Lane Hedges||Pool vs P.Pool|
I believe that the Pools that you have listed in Greenwood Cemetery, MS, should all be P.Pool and some are duplicates of stones already listed in Find A Grave.
Linda Lane Hedges
|Cindy D.||Greenwood Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of the Robertson memorials. I appreciate your help very much!
Added by Cindy D. on Jul 04, 2016 5:17 PM
|Mike & Kay||Transfers|
Thank you so much for the transfers DeeDee -- I sure appreciate it.
|Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.||Lauderdale county find-a-grave group|
U R INVITED TO JOIN OUR LAUDERDALE COUNTY Find A Grave GROUP VIA FACEBOOK. THANKS
|Connie WEEAKS Pace||Penelope JORDAN Westbrook|
DeeDee, I appreciate you taking the time to take this photo for me. I have been waiting for a good while. Is there any chance you could read the headstone? I have not been able to get an exact death date for Penelope. I know she died between 1847 and Oct 1852. Any help is appreciated. Connie
|[View all messages...]|