|Maureen Demers (#47035989)|
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I was born in the 40's to Edward Truie Smith & Cora Lee Byrd in Chattanooga, Tennessee where my father worked during the World War II. My Roots are from Alabama, (Sand Mountain) Dekalb County on my father side, & Rome Georgia, Floyd County on my mother's side of the family. I'm researching the names Smith, Dalrymple, Jolly and Hall. Most of these folks are from Alabama. Also researching the Georgia ancestors Byrd, Plemons, Johnson, Rampy, Abney.|
During the 50's my parents moved to Michigan and that is where I make my home. My heart and soul will always be on Sand Mountain. You can take the girl out of the country, but you can't take the country out of the girl. So every chance I get I head for the hills and do so enjoy searching for my ancestors when I'm there.
If I have one for any of your loved ones please let me know if you would like ownership transfered or corrections made.
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|Donald Gordon Dalrymple||James L. Dalrymple FAG Memorial # 14637852|
This is the caption you placed for a gravestone photo you posted for this memorial:
"This photo was taken by Maureen Demers not Donald Dalrymple. Taken with my own camera thank you Donald for claiming it. These are my relatives not Donalds!">/b>
Please explain how I used a gravestone photo taken by you and posted to Find A Grave on 8/21/2016, and added it to this memorial on 11/17/2006, almost 10 years earlier.
I also understand that these Dalrymples in Dekalb County are not my relatives. That is why I transferred 22 of these memorials to you (all outside of Find A Grave's transfer policy).
Donald Gordon Dalrymple
Maurine, I wrote findagrave so it is in their hands. Asked them to give you the info from the other so you could add and have complete control of the memorial and maybe they could delete the other.
Added by Dianne on Feb 26, 2016 1:05 PM
I am not sure how we get something done about Sarah either but I will write the site for edits and duplicates on findagrave and see what they say. Nice of you to respond.
Added by Dianne on Feb 26, 2016 12:54 PM
|Kelshm||RE: William Elrod 31128807|
Here is William's father. Find A Grave Memorial# 31027591
Added by Kelshm on Mar 31, 2015 2:43 PM
|Spanish American War||RE: Louis H. Smith|
Yes, the "Application for Headstone" form clearly states the date of death and service in the Spanish American War. It does not record the birth.
|Kelshm||RE: Wm Elrod|
Can you send me the memorial number for Wm Elrod which I sent an edit on? I'll happily share what I have but am not sure which one he is. From what I can tell from the message you sent, he is the son of David Daniel Elrod who is the son of Phillip Elrod. Just want to be sure then I'll send my sources
Added by Kelshm on Mar 25, 2015 11:04 PM
|Nancy Cornelius||Martin family at New Harmony|
Sent you a email also about the Martin infants, but forgot to say that they are next to an Allie Stott Martin who I believe may be their mom. Again if this is your family please let me know.
maureen, would you know by chance if your father was related to a Edloy Smith, Cody Smith or a Leamon.Smith by chance?
|Alana Morgan||Find A Grave Memorial# 30805561|
I have a question regarding this memorial. Did you actually see the grave or did you get the information from a previously done survey of the cemetery?
There are many many people who assume this is the grave of Clark Terrell White. (With the G T actually being a C T). This man's birth and death date has been attributed to Clark.
His wife and children are buried in Marshall County Alabama. I just can't get my head to accept that he ended up buried in DeKalb.
Any light you can shed on your G T White would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for adding Grady B Smith, he was my grandpa
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