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Ron Wade (#47008743)
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TMartin
Charles & Rebecca Black
Mr. Wade:

I am the grgrgrgr grandson of Charles and Rebecca Brewer. I came across your entry on them on the Find A Grave website. I want to offer some corrections to the record.

They are not in the Baucus Springs Cemetery.

Charles Black was born on 10 February 1796 in Franklin, Georgia, United States. He died on 9 February 1865 in Copiah, Mississippi. He is buried in the old Black Family Cemetery located on the old Black Family Plantation near Hazelhurst, MS.

Rebecca Brewer was born on 1 September 1797 in North Carolina, United States. She died on 7 September 1868 in Copiah, Mississippi. She is buried next to Charles Black. I have attached a photo of their gravestones.

I visited the cemetery several years ago and took photos.

They were married in Saint Tammany, St. Tammany, Louisiana on 28 September 1816. They had 12 children, Charles Black, George David Black Sr., Henry Black, Curtis Black, Loraine J. Black, Lucy Black, Mary Ann Black, William Green Black, Jesse Warren Black, Samantha Ann Black, Baby Black, Baby Black.

The Black Family Plantation is still intact as a property and is owned by the Mississippi State University. It is an agricultural research station.

I have added photos to their entry.

Thank you, Tim Martin
Added by TMartin on Jan 17, 2017 4:45 PM
Mary Braneff
JJesse and son John Harmon Carterr
How do you know they are buried at Enoch with no headstones? Does the cemetery have a listing of all the graves ? I heard that they lived in Coffeeville from one of my relatives. That is Jesse and John Harmon Carter. Jesse's wife was Jane Hurt Carter and John Harmon's was Eliza Ann Moss. Thanks so much for your help. I really enjoyed the Growing Up Gilmer. My mother was working at the Nolan Hotel in the early 1930's when the East Texas oil boom occurred and my future dad came to Gilmer to work in the Oil Fields when he met my mother. They were married May 12, 1934 on the school ground by Rev. Arington. My mother was a member of Enon Baptist Church. All my Gilmer Carter and Roberts relatives are buried in Enon Cemetery. My parents are buried in the Vidor, TX Cemetery. My Dad was from Newton County, TX. She was Allie Eads Roberts and he was Eddie Lee Roebuck. Are you from Gilmer ?
Added by Mary Braneff on Dec 30, 2016 5:34 PM
Mary Braneff
JJesse and son John Harmon Carterr
How do you know they are buried at Enoch with no headstones? Does the cemetery have a listing of all the graves ? I heard that they lived in Coffeeville from one of my relatives. That is Jesse and John Harmon Carter. Jesse's wife was Jane Hurt Carter and John Harmon's was Eliza Ann Moss. Thanks so much for your help. I really enjoyed the Growing Up Vidor. My mother was working at the Nolan Hotel in the early 1930's when the East Texas oil boom occurred and my future dad came to Gilmer to work in the Oil Fields when he met my mother. They were married May 12, 1934 on the school ground by Rev. Arington. My mother was a member of Enon Baptist Church. All my Gilmer Carter and Roberts relatives are buried in Enon Cemetery. My parents are buried in the Vidor, TX Cemetery. My Dad was from Newton County, TX. She was Allie Eads Roberts and he was Eddie Lee Roebuck. Are you from Gilmer ?
Added by Mary Braneff on Dec 30, 2016 5:33 PM
Mary Braneff
RE: John Harmon Carter 22nd. Texas Infantry
I need another copy of the Knight Family picture along with the names. I wonder if there are any photos of Dr. James Winn and Dr. Madison Ragland anywhere. I did not know them but my mother Allie Eads Roberts whose mother was a Carter ( Laura Ellen) who I was named for. My mother was born and raised in Gilmer. We left Gilmer when I was about 5 years old for Beaumont, TX.I do not know if my grandfathers Jesse Carter and his son John Harmon Carter are buried in Gilmer. But after the Civil War they and the whole family came from Tenn. in covered wagons pulled by oxens. What a hard life they had ! I am thankful that my parents did not meet any sooner !
Added by Mary Braneff on Dec 30, 2016 3:26 PM
Steve Burton
Amoth Langford
Hi,
He's my 2nd cousin and I don't see any info about his death in Louisiana. His last SS Check was to Mississippi. Do you have info about the Louisiana death?
Thanks,
Steve
Added by Steve Burton on Dec 14, 2016 12:30 PM
Mary Braneff
John Harmon Carter 22nd. Texas Infantry
I have noticed that you seem to have a lot of battles fought by the different units. I would appreciate if you have any information on my great grandfather Cpl. John Harmon Carter in the 22nd. Texas Infantry I would really appreciate it. There is a book out now called Sires and Sons of the 22nd. Infantry by Trevor Wardlaw. It is vert interesting and Trevor has my Great Grandfathers' picture in it. A long with many others,
Added by Mary Braneff on Dec 11, 2016 2:14 PM
bednaka
Rebecca Brewer Black
Hi Ron,
I originally found a different findagrave.com memorial for Rebecca Brewer Black and her husband, Charles Black, see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=112937428. Later, I found your entry for them, with different dates and death location. I'm wondering if its a different Rebecca Black buried in the Texas cemetery? It makes more sense that Rebecca and Charles died and are buried in Copiah, MS, where they lived and had a plantation. I'm not sure what information was used to connect the Texas grave to Rebecca and Charles Black of MS? I just wanted to raise the discrepancy.
Thanks for all of your contributions to findagrave!

Cheers,
Katie
Added by bednaka on Aug 04, 2016 4:36 PM
Judy Davis
James Abner Wall and his dad
In the bio of James W. Langford you have James Abner Langford's mother as Martha Martin but she married James W. Langford 11 Feb. 1888 in San Augustine County, Texas, as James Abner was born 1883 how can she be his mother ???
Find A Grave Memorial# 86025810 for James Abner Langford
Added by Judy Davis on Feb 05, 2016 9:43 PM
Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn
Sarah Odell Wade
My apologies - I see that you pointed out in her bio that she is buried in Van Zandt Co. I got ahead of myself - Sorry.
Added by Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn on Apr 22, 2015 11:01 PM
Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn
Sarah Odell Wade FAG# 30207498
Ron - Just wanted you to know that there is a second Memorial for Sarah/Sarah Medely Odell Wade Find A Grave#26975503 and it says she is buried in Oak Hill Cem., Van Zandt Co, Tx next to her dtr. Susan Ann Gray. and it has a picture of a Headstone with "wife of Joseph B. Wade" engraved on it. ??? Thanks for checking into it.
Added by Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn on Apr 22, 2015 10:55 PM
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