|Donell Mills (#46961563)|
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I was born in Lockhart, Covington County, Al..I am a retired Boilermaker I worked all over the USA in Power Plants, Oil Ref. & Paper Mills. I am related to many different familys in the Covington County, Al. area. I live in Okaloosa County, Fl..|
Some of my family lines include - Mills, Posey, Bass, Eiland, Campbell, Raley & Ward.
If you have a correction, additional information, or links PLEASE use the Edit tab on that person's memorial and send it using the Suggest a Correction (SAC) form. That gives me a link to the memorial in question.
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I believe you're also a descendant of Wilson Bass born 1875. Several of you managed sites have included relatives of mine and been very helpful. One day I'll make some contributions of my own.
Added by Nik Bass on Jun 09, 2016 7:46 PM
Please tell me which of Emma's children you descend from. I too am related to almost every Parker in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi.
Winnette Bass Stinson
Added by Winnette on Apr 15, 2016 9:00 AM
|Janis Masters||JOHN JACKSON JR LASSITER|
The Florida death certificate for JOHN JACKSON JR LASSITER has his death date as Dec. 9, 1941 ...the tombstone has a date in 1939...
|KIM KAYWOOD PETERSON||RE: Samantha Adams.|
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
|gengramma||RE: Nancy Goff.|
thank you. Maybe it will help descendants actually find her date of death.
|Earth Angel||RE: Monetha Smithgall Baldwin|
Thanks, I don't always write a note with it.
I figured you could post it if you chose to.
|Gregory Stephens||Minnie Dell Stephens Nixon|
Minnie D. Stephens Nixon is my GGM and I'd like to request to manage this record please. Her husband John W. Stephens is buried just outside of Luverne at Darien Primiitive Baptist Cemetery.
Find A Grave Memorial# 43107796
Gregory C. Stephens
|ValSG||RE: Michael Chambers|
Thank you. I had realized you should have noticed their matching death dates and had felt an urging to tell you the story, his story. I never did tell my mother. I don't know that she could have took the shock. To speak to his mother, send a condolence, would be so hard, very bitter sweet on her. I'm alive but he and the woman that he went on to marry isn't. How hard on her would that be? Looking at their gravestone photos, it suddenly all caved in on me. Again, thank you.
Added by ValSG on Jan 30, 2016 6:19 PM
|Pamela Kohl Spetla||The Bass Family|
Donell - Thank you for all the GREAT pic's of the Bass Family Headstones. I am working on my son-in-laws, Joshua Ryan Bass, Family Tree side. If you have any people pic's I would loved to get copies! Thanks again for all your great work!!! Pam (email@example.com)
|Samuel John Parker Sr.||Hey|
My mother was Eleanor Jeanne Ammons, daughter of Marie Eola McVay, her parents were Wesley Jackson McVay and Clara Eola Wright.
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