Name K. Scott Jessup Jr. Interests are Genealogy, gardening, hybridizing daylilies and my little boy Kevin III. Names I am researching for my wife in the Georgia area are: Studstill, Marchant, Fulford, Anderson, Cravey, Harper, Randolph, and Wells. In Alabama: Crumpler, Miller, Beasley, Skinner, and Mississippi: Jacks. I have a grandmother born to Lithuanian immigrants (Stulginskis), a great grandfather born to Scottish immigrants (Anderson) and a great grandmother born to Slovakian immigrants (Estock).
baby Boy Ammons The story behind him not having any death records is because he was born at home Stillborn and was placed in a box and buried by his father in the Leverett Family Cemetery. His grave was under a tree, but the tree had been cut down and only an indention remains. I was shown by Grandma Ammons were he was buried and that is where the marker sits with his name.
SMITHS Scott, Thanks for the transfer, and don't worry about taking a while to get it done. I work full time and am bringing grandkids up, so I understand all about not getting everything done instantly. Since I don't get back to Georgia anymore, I really appreciate y'all who have created monuments to my family members. Keep up the good work. Thanks again, Terri -
Eliza Lafayette Jessup Eliza Jessup and Edna Snell Jessup had seven children. The seventh child's information is as follows: Nina L. Jessup Born October 1, 1919; Danville, Vermilion, IL. Died: April 13, 1987; Danville, Vermilion, IL. Married: Oscar Vernon Welker on October 1, 1939; Danville, Vermilion, Illinois Nina L. Jessup Welker and Oscar Vernon Welker are buried at Sunset Memorial Park, Danville, Vermilion, Illinois
Patricia Ann Welker Swingle Daughter of Oscar Vernon and Nina L Jessup Welker
owners of kemp cemetery i have begun looking for the owners of kemp cemetery. i wanted to check if it has been "adopted" by anyone. i am interested in doing that and helping keep it maintained. any help would be appreciated. thanks april horsefield
Dorothy and Stephen Anderson Would you allow me to copy the photos you have of your grandparents for my tree. I am researching the Straders and as you know Dorothy is the granddaughter of Lula Strader Knight.
Thanks for taking & posting the great photo of Buddy's marker. I noticed in the first photo, it looks like Frances, his wife, is next to him. If so, I'll set up a record for her & a photo request. Would you then post the first photo to her memorial also?