|Scott Beacham (#47860215)|
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I send a big THANK YOU to all contributors, your efforts are a tremendous help to everyone.|
*** I find myself in Job Search mode, your prayers and job leads are greatly appreciated. ***
Dad passed on family history he learned from his parents. I am honored to continue their love for family history and pass it on to my kids and beyond.
The above photo includes some of my family names. I am descended from numerous pioneer families when West Tennessee and the Missouri Bootheel were wild lands. My earlier ancestors originated from VA, DE, MD, PA, NC, SC, GA, Native American, English, Scottish, Irish, French, Swiss and German, that I know of.
The dates on some photos I have posted may be hard to read, click on the photo to view a larger image.
Currently researching Bailey / Bailee / Baily family in Missouri Bootheel, searching for parents of Mary Louisa Eliza Bailey, born 11-27-1874/75, married James Cullen "Jim Corn" Baker. She may have been known as Lizzie or Mary Lou. Possible father Daniel Baily, born 1849, widowed on 1880 census. Can anyone confirm this? THANKS for any assistance.
Have fun researching your family history!
In the hope to prevent duplication of TIME, EFFORT and MEMORIALS, below are updates of Cemetery Recordings.
MOUNT MORIAH CEMETERY, Reagan, TN
WALLACE CEMETERY, Lexington, TN
December 24, 2012
Dad & I photographed all readable markers and numerous markers which are now unreadable with the passage of time. Memorials and photos have been loaded on the website.
LIBERTY CEMETERY, Caruth, MO
September 13, 2013
I photographed all the headstones and created memorials on the website, sadly about 40 headstones are too badly eroded to decipher the inscriptions. Click on the Request A Photo button if you would like a photo.
OAKLAWN CEMETERY, Jacksonville, FL
June 14, 2014
Completed all Sections. If you are visiting Oaklawn Cemetery, I have a map of the various Sections, send an email to request the map, or stop by the cemetery office, they are nice people.
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|Ellece Burns Varnes||Annie Rebecca Burns Oliver|
In Mount Moriah Cemetery, Henderson, Tennessee
The picture posted on the memorial is not the correct one. Would love to see the right one if you have it.
|Kathy W. Johnson||Mary Miller|
Thank you for fulfilling my request and for creating her memorial. I didn't know she existed until yesterday when I was reading her grandfather's will on ancestry. She was named after her mother, Mary Augusta Crippen Knowlton. Mary Augusta Knowlton married Gus E. Miller who was a dentist in Jacksonville.
|DEWITT STONE||Malcolm McP Lander - 127136819|
His gravestone misspells his middle name, Note the listing of siblings. Most of them also have the maiden name (McPherson) of their mother as their middle names.
|Dominique Potier||RE: Wyman J Bolin # 103567452|
Thanks Scott hope to find more one day .
|Dominique Potier||Wyman J Bolin # 103567452|
Thanks Scott for your picture . I can't tell if he was a 513PIR Airborne during the WW2 ... if one day you find his obit or more info could you contact me ?
Thank you very much for the Elizabeth Ashby photo!
Added by MPDaviet on Nov 15, 2016 9:18 PM
|Merrill Bennington||Martha Reese|
Thank you for your assistance. Greatly appreciated.
Thanks Scott for your help!
|Laura Tully||Bessie Kendrick|
Thank you for the photo. I'll probably be requesting more photos from that cemetery but I'm at my limit for requests this week. I've got a Randall Kendrick (1895-1946) on my list to do. He's in Section E east, Row 1.
|Angelia Roberson||David Finley|
Thank you for the photo of the marker for David Finley. Your work is greatly appreciated.
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