|Bennie White (#47133544)|
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Graduated from Quitman High School in 1959 and worked for the Federal government (civil service) for 35 years before retiring in 1996.|
Have been an avid genealogist since 1976. Through the generosity of numerous relatives and friends and a lot of my own research over the years, I have amassed a fairly large database of family connections. Have compiled inscriptions from over 50 cemeteries in Clarke Co., MS. Have published several books. I enjoy my own research and helping others. Anything I post to Find-A-Grave is a result of my OWN research and trip to the cemetery, unlike some other posters who seem to use the work of others without giving credit to the one who did the legwork!
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|Apryl Denney Agin||RE: Matthew and Mary Baughan stone pic|
You are very welcome. It took me a little bit to find them and was thrilled to finally get them to you, sorry it took me a while.
|Renae Carpenter||RE: Victoria Isabella PRITCHETT|
You are very welcome. I almost missed it since the stone reads Isabella - LOL.
|Robert Aldrine||RE: Memorial #102234740|
You're very welcome. It's my pleasure to help.
I added a photo to Joseph's memorial also.
Soli Deo Gloria.
|Barbara Robinson Foreman||RE: Smith stone photos|
You are very welcome
|Danaldi White||RE: Relations :)|
I would really like to find out more about Cicero's wife, my grandmother, Laura B. It seems her maiden name might have been Scarbrough, but I don't have a birthdate or place or parents names. If you have anything on her could you send it to me? Feel free to email me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Danaldi White||RE: Relations :)|
My father was Dennis Leon White. Cicero Farrell White's son. Dennis had 6 siblings: Rex, Garner, Paul D, Sybil, Rosalind and Herman. Apparently they called Dennis Dickey, at least when he was a child.
|Danaldi White||Relations :)|
I notice you placed a note on Thomas DeeDie White Sr's grave and called him Grandad. He was my Great-Grandfather (his son Cicero was my paternal grandfather). I am 8 months pregnant and was fascinated to find so much information about my father's family tree. I appreciate the work that went into posting these records because without it I would probably never have even found out my grandfather's name.
|hollidaywoman||Hello old friend!|
Dear Bennie: I joined find a grave recently and imagine my surprise to run across you this morning! I have very often thought of you over the years and have thought to inquire after you. I was a member of your online genie site in the late 1990's and early 2000's working on Wayne Co., lines. (One of your members that you kept constant reins on, I am afraid. LOL)
I wanted tell you how much I appreciated you putting up with me and how I never would have made the progress I did without your generosity and encouragement. If you go to my profile, you will see where I mentioned you in my bio, along with a couple of other members of your site.
Just wanted to drop in and say, "Howdy! and, Thank you, SO MUCH, Bennie for all you have done over the years!"
Sincerely, Cindy Sullivan, (gone to texas, now!)
|Jessi Perkins||RE: Florence Wilson Memorial|
|B Gaddis||Hayes Memorials|
I noticed Jeremy's name on several memorials but it shows him inactive. Do you know him or if someone else is taking care of his Memorials?
Someone wanted to contact the person who had put Birdy Hayes memorial on Find A Grave.
Sandy Burt Gaddis
Added by B Gaddis on Feb 03, 2014 1:57 PM
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