|Lil' Darlin (#47588800)|
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I am retired and live in Central Alabama with my husband. |
If I post a site that you need to manage, please let me know and I will transfer to you.
Following the rules from FAG, if a memorial I have posted is related closer to me than you, I prefer to retain the memorial, as this is an ongoing effort in ascertaining and posting information as it becomes available.
Thank you so much for understanding; otherwise, I have no problem with transferring.
Family names for me are: Nelson [from Ireland], Thomas, Hataway [Hattaway, Hathaway], Myers [German Descent] Cockerham, Kolb, Stewart, Wesley, Pearce, West, Henderson, Perry, Smith.
Family names for my husband are: Dyer [Welch descent], Hudson, Brockman, Martin, Green, Morgan, Tyler, James, Cadenhead, Eason, Thornton, Jones, Kirkpatrick, Parks [Ireland].
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|Jeffrey McLane||RE: Edwin Canady|
i would be happy to transfer to you thank you for taking it
|Jeffrey McLane||Edwin N. Canady|
While searching for another person in Forest Hill we uncovered Edwin Canady headstone buried in Section 4, against the fence. I will post the picture, it also had a photo of him that was remarkably clear given the age. I would like to give you the site.
|Merrilee||RE: Nancy Bluford|
Thank you Nancy. I just very recently discovered that this branch of my family existed. Apparently John Dyer is my 7th-great grandfather. I'll keep looking for more definitive information on the distant past relatives but, as you've probably found, the farther back you go, the more difficult it is to get really certain proof of anything--lots of similar names, and it's pretty easy to get families and generations confused. In another part of my family history, I have found that a lot of people on Ancestry.com have my great-great grandfather married to his daughter-in law.
Added by Merrilee on Jul 24, 2013 11:49 AM
|Shermaine Crumbley Jiles||Sarah Buttram|
Sorry...LOL....How many redheads do you want???
With my mother a redhead and my husband a redhead; YOU can see that I am in a house FULL of redheads.....and THANKS for answering me so fast.
Check out my site on ancestry and see the reasons that I thank that it is another Sarah Buttram. Mine is Crumbleys and Turners.
|Shermaine Crumbley Jiles||Sarah Jane Moore Buttram|
This Sarah Buttram can not be the wife of Harmon Buttram. Death notice states that she was born about 1844 and died 13 Oct 1936. All census states that she was born in 1842. PLEASE try again. Shermaine Jiles
|Paula Hopper||RE: Wm. Brady Cook|
Martha would be my step-great grandmother. I am a granddaughter of his son Daniel Webster Cook. Will's Find A Grave Memorial # is 49499477. He is buried at Bethel Cemetery in Bluff Springs (Clay COunty) Alabama beside his first wife, Savanna Victoria Cook.
do you know clemons perry or frank perry?
|Jennett||RE: James Little|
You're so very, very welcome!
Added by Jennett on Aug 08, 2012 7:54 PM
|Larry Hart||RE: Rascal My Cat|
Actually not but I know what you are speaking of. We probably have more cats than I care to admit to due to my years working with an animal rescue group. And so it goes....
|Larry Hart||RE: Frederick Nobles|
No problem. If you wish more photos I plan a return visit in the near future.
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