|Shirlene Williams M657792 A838651 (#47607394)|
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Interested in the past. Looking for long lost relatives. Anyone interested in my pictures are welcome to them. Grahams in Mississippi, Nelsons in TN or Carolina's. gedmatch M657792 A838651|
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|Patricia Price Flemming||Cousins ....|
Hi Cousin ....
Been running about in all the Cemetery Information Got lot of new on my Mom's Fathers side. Darn folks hidden right near other family.
|Deidre Brickner||RE: Ofa Ona Dudgeon|
Thank you for the information! Happy St. Patrick's Day.
|Deidre Brickner||RE: Ofa Ona Dudgeon|
Hi! It is always nice to meet new cousins. When trying to update these memorials for my family, I realized I did not have much information on Bob Nelson or on Ofa after she moved to California. I remember meeting him and Ofa, but I was very young at the time. Do you have any information that we could add to Bob or Ofa's memorials - obituaries, stories, etc.? Do you have a wedding date for them? We are finally getting some spring weather and flowers are starting to come up. Hope you are enjoying spring at your house.
Take Care, Deidre Brickner
|tisanders||RE: Mary Ann Williams Vinzant|
This is the only info that I have on her. She was supposedly born in Mississippi. Strangely, there is a marriage record in Covington, St Tammany Parish, Louisiana to William Vinzant 17 Aug 1845. She is located in the 1850 Hinds Co., MS,
1860-1880 Smith Co., MS Censuses. Her husband died in Lemon, Smith, MS. She was in the 1900 Spinola, Smith Co., MS Census. I don't have her parents. Someone else may have them. There is quite a bit of history on the Vinzants. I've never really pursued her history. She is the wife of my 5th great uncle.
|Bobby||RE: Oscar M Armstrong|
I am always happy to help. I don`t often venture that far from home ,but it was such a pretty day and I was lucky enough to find a few requests
Added by Bobby on Feb 07, 2016 8:14 AM
|Mark Blasingame||RE: Armstrong Family|
You're too kind Gay. :-)
You're certainly welcome. I love doing it.
|Sheena Hinga||RE: Clinton Thomas Findley|
It was no problem at all. The irony is I took that picture in the morning and I received your photo request that same afternoon. I volunteer my time by taking photos of grave stones for family members. Best wishes to you and your family. If you need any more photos please let me know.
You are very welcome! I'm so glad I could be of help.
Traci (aka Swangirl)
Added by Swangirl on Sep 26, 2015 3:54 PM
|Renee Osborne||RE: Eulah Eckas Axtell|
Your very welcome. I was happy to get the photo for you. Take care, Renee
|Doreen McGowan||RE: Eli J Crockett #65341571|
Mary Williams (Eli's second wife) was the oldest sister of my 2nd great-grandfather, Robert Williams. She appears in censuses of 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880 in Missouri (Grundy County for the first three, then Mercer County for the last). She was born in Virginia sometime around 1816-1820, depending on which census you choose. The Williams family came from Virginia to Missouri around 1839, some of the earliest settlers of the area. At this time, I have not found Mary after the 1880 census. She was living with her widowed 92 year old mother at that time, and was a widow herself. You probably already know that her husband, Eli Crockett, died in 1863 and is buried in the Middlebury Cemetery, but I have not located Mary in that cemetery.
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