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Betty (#47165777)
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Bio Photo My family name links are Mitchell, Chavis, Metcalf, Pyburn, Nowling, Villar, Adams.

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James Rhodes
RE: Mary Mitchell Churchill
Yes Ma'am. I shall.
Added by James Rhodes on Mar 13, 2015 10:51 AM
James Rhodes
RE: Hattie Mary "Mamie" Skipper Christodoulou
Regarding TB as her cause of death, I checked the Palmetto records book and the Georgia Mortality index. Neither record the cause of her death. She married a man named Nicholas Alfred Chritodoulou in 1923. She died in July of the same year at their home at 1404 George Street here in Brunswick.
Added by James Rhodes on Mar 03, 2015 3:01 PM
James Rhodes
RE: Edward Bernard Rowe
Hi Betty,
Glad to help. The information that is in the Palmetto Cemetery Book states that Mr. Churchill was an electrician with the Atlantic Refinery oil company. It says that Mr. Rowe was an electrician also but he worked for the telephone company. Possibly Mr. Churchill led him into that field. It said that Mr. Rowe died of tuberculosis.
Added by James Rhodes on Mar 01, 2015 10:18 PM
Jerry Thomas
RE: Robert Chavis
My honor to do so.

I have also posted the photo of the headstone for his wife, Linda Lugenia Mosley Chavis who is interred in a different section from Robert. She is in Sect 20, plot 102A, grave 2.
Added by Jerry Thomas on Feb 01, 2015 3:52 PM
T. (Tommy) L. Surles III
RE: T. L. and Maggie
I haven't read the message board in a long time, but I have figured out how to get sites transferred to me.
T. L. and Maggie are my grandparents. Never knew that she was called Maggie until I read the 1920 census of East Carroll Parish.
He was named T. L. and her name is Margaret Madison Lokey Surles, but was nicknamed Madge, and I guess my grandfather called her Maggie.
Go to the site for them in Lake Providence cemetery, in Louisiana, East Carroll Parish and see what I have done with their sites.
Thanks, Tommy Surles (Tommy is a nickname as it am really T. L. Surles, III
Added by T. (Tommy) L. Surles III on Jan 08, 2015 7:29 PM
Meg
RE: Mary T. Shepherd
I would be happy to post it or transfer her to you. I am not related either but live near the Makiki Cemetery.
Added by Meg on Jan 05, 2015 9:23 PM
Bill Barter
Pyburn/Chitty
Hello Betty.

Chitty family is my line. Do you have any additional information on Mary Jane Chitty Pyburn?

REgards
Added by Bill Barter on Dec 06, 2014 8:04 PM
Fain Zimmerman
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How do I request a photo of Hilary Lee Taylor's headstone?

Thank you, Fain
Added by Fain Zimmerman on Dec 01, 2014 8:17 PM
Tina Yslas
RE: william daniel nowling
I HAVE LEONAS SIDE OF THE FAMILY I KNOW THAT DEWITT AND HER HAD KIDS IS WHAT MY MOM TOLD ME NO ONE SEEMS TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THEM I AM TRYING TO FIND MORE ABOUT THEM AND DEWITTS SIDE
Added by Tina Yslas on Dec 01, 2014 3:17 PM
Fain Zimmerman
RE: Hilary Taylor
Thank you for the reply! Yes, I've found several spellings - this was the first with only 1 "L". I've found Hillary and Hillery. I believe it is the first with an "a", but not sure. Guess I need a birth certificate.

I sure would like to know more about how he came to be buried here. And if his parents are James & Mary. I didn't see him in their list of children, but he also came from Alabama. Guess I'll have to keep looking.

I hope to find this cemetary one day, as he is my great-grandfather. No one in my family has been able to tell me anything about hi.

Thank you again!
Fain


Added by Fain Zimmerman on Dec 01, 2014 12:45 PM
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