|Ken Robertson (#47180531)|
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Born in Fayette County, Alabama in 1948 but grew up in Birmingham, Alabama in the West End community. I attended West End High School and then Jacksonville State University with a BS degree in accounting. Worked in accounting for 35 years then retired in 2006. I love searching for my ancestors and creating family trees. Family trees on my mother's side include Sims, South, Ward and Hankins in Fayette, Lamar and Marion Counties and on my father's side include Robertson, Tidwell and Pratt in Blount, Cullman, Etowah and Jefferson Counties. Find-A-Grave has been a very helpful tool in that regard. I enjoy traveling and riding my Suzuki 1500 Intruder as often as possible.|
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|Joyce Cannon||RE: Woodrow Robertson memorial|
I would be honored if you would.
Many thanks for providing the headstone photo for Leanna White.
Added by Treedood on Jan 03, 2014 1:35 PM
|dakota barton||mother and son looking for real father/grandfather|
hello ken, i know you dont know my mother and i but my mother was told at the age of 30 that a murry h, rainwater was her biological father. we have been doing alot of research over the years and what we know of him so far is that he as in the army, we believe he had a child around the year of 1965 and we believe it was a son. the name mary rain water has alos been mentioned to us and we have been told he lived somewhere in melbourne,Fl at one point in time. is their any way possible this photo i had found that you posted could be who we are looking for? i would greatly appreciate hearing back from you as soon as possible. you can contact me at
Added by Katie on Jul 16, 2013 12:17 PM
|Lady Angela Carnes||adair|
Thank you for my cousins headstone pic
|Andrew Bristol||Sailors Cemetery|
Thanks for getting those many relatives that are in Sailors Cemetery. If you get the chance to go there again, I found 3 more. I see that you have Ward family on your mother's side. Do they go back to William Thomas Ward who came from England about 1820?
|Karen Manasco||RE: #76199201|
Thank you so much...Joyce is my mothers sister...my aunt.
Joyce Ward Higdon...my aunt...would you transfer to me please so I can add imformation? Thank you.
|Mark Barnes||RE: James Paul Barnes|
That would be great. If I can help you in any way, please let me know.
|Observer||Thomas A. Webster|
Thanks for the link and the photo..
Added by Observer on Apr 25, 2013 10:34 AM
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