|Kathy Henning (#47131757)|
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|Larry Morrison, Sr.||Chisolm Cemetery|
My name is Larry Morrison & I reside in Maumelle, Arkansas & I have been researching since 1960. Over the years I have encountered numerous road blocks owing to my father not existing prior to 1926 & my wife's mother being adopted without a documentation trail.
The Chisolm family has been very interesting to research. While distantly connected the members of the various families have been treated with care & attention to detail. The intent has been to ensure being an asset rather than a liability to others faced with the similar challenges.
My mother's family stems from George Coyt Landrum & Winnie Ethel Fulton of Kemper & Neshoba County. In the course of the various generations evolution, I have realized cousins that were never known to exist.
The research has been expanded to include many people which do not share direct lineage with my family. The effort has been aimed at the proverbial "Kiwi Hunt" for my father's family along with my wife's mother's family. DNA testing has realized more questions than answers & even took my lineage to a family in Denmark which has not been proven. The results are on Ancestry.com under the name "The Morrison Enigma".
This inquiry is directed at details that concern the "Chisholm Cemetery" versus the "Chisolm Cemetery. I have seen the cemetery in Rio but have not seen the cemetery in Center Hill & cannot place the area from my fading memory. Almost all of the names in Center Hill are on my list to finalize with burial details.
In the course of your work as a contributor to Find A Grave, have you possibly photographed any of the burial sites of the various Chisolm buried in Center Hill? If so, would you consider sharing with our effort?
Appreciate very much your diligence & dedication in contributing information & photographs to Find A Grave. Our effort, which began in earnest in 1966 at the Seattle Public Library began with
750 individuals & has now grown to over 70,000 since the early days.
Thanks for all of your hard work.
All the best, Larry & Carole Hoffman Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas
|James W. Smith||John Smith Grave Site|
I read your Rev. James Campbell memorial. I am interested in finding the grave of John Smith which is described as being buried near Rev. James Campbell as described by Malcolm Fowler on a visit in 1968.
I can see a private grave yard on the back side of 8375 Laura Ray Rd, Linden, NC residence using Google Maps. I was not sure if this was the grave site of Rev Campbell or the cemetery where I can find John Smith?
I am planning a trip next June and could use any help you could give me.
|Ruth Griffin||Olen D. Gibson|
In his memorial, you give Olen's parents as James Cornelius Gibson and Fannie Lorina Womble Gibson. That isn't quite right. Big Jim and Fannie were Olen's grandparents. His mother was Cornealius Austin (GeeGee)Gibson. Probably she had a short-lived marriage, but I've never found a record that. Her memorial number is 7597837.
I don't like to be critical of another's work, but there is lots of proof of this.
Find A Grave ID #47382961
|edward brown||John and Cassa|
My names Is edward Brown(moms maiden name) and i am trying to gain information on John H anderson and cassa. I grew uo in Caddo Parish Lousiana and was always told the Anderson family had been in the area for years. My great granfather Frank anderson told me when i was a child that the first anderson to see the Red as he called it was John anderson. It has been rumored that there is a locker with a picture of Cassa somewhere. My family has been in Caddo Parish since the 1850s after James(son of Calvin) came to Caddo Parish to be near a brother, from reaseach i am guessing Thomas. When i inherited some old family phontos I founf a picture that says James anderson born Kemper Miss 1837 death 1900
|Becky Creel Wilcox||John Anderson|
Hello Kathy ~
I am interested in trying to become a member of DAR. John Anderson, my 5X great grandfather was my Patriot.
I see where you said you had his file and a copy of the Bible records for him. Would it be possibe for you to assist me with getting the information necessary to request a copy of those records. I have no idea where to start with this, but the DAR is such a prestigous organization, and it would be such an honor to be able to be associated with it.
Any information you could share with me would be so very appreciated.
Thank you very much in advance,
Becky Creel Wilcox