|John Ferguson (#46959431)|
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Simply put, my goal is to help others. I don't like errors; if you find any, or if you would like me to transfer ownership, add relationship links, or add additional information, please let me know.|
I have several pets on this site. One of my pets, though, was really smart and even wrote his own autobiography/obituary! If you have a few minutes, "Pokey's" thoughts and life remembrances are a pretty interesting read, I thought anyway!
Simply search my records for Pokey Ferguson.
Thanks and Have A Wonderful Day!
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|Jack McCabe||Don Christmas|
Thank you for the photo of his grave. He was a good soldier
|Libby Peevy||James G King|
can you tell me if there is a grave in the Antioch East Cemetery for spouse to James G. King (Find A Grave 28847976) Sarah Dickson King?
thanks for your help.
libby peevy Find A Grave 47516847
Benjamin Aaron Reichle #33655093 and his wife Mildred Wesbrook Reichle #33655506 are buried at Rosehill Cemetery, East China Township, St Clair County, Michigan Ben A. Reichle #45372159 and Mildred L Westbrook / Westbrook Reichle #45372841
Please remove them from the Beechwood, Iron County, Michigan, USA
The Wesbrook family was prominent in East China Township and surrounding area.
Added by Sue on Apr 21, 2016 11:52 AM
|John Andrew Meyer||Owen Carpenter|
Owen was born in Georgia. He was born in Cherokee Nation Land and were forced to leave. Owen and his brothers and sisters went to Mississippi and are found in Lawrence, Carroll and Attala County Mississippi then onto Arkansas.
Owen Carpenter is the son of
Owen Carpenter Sr
Sarah Rachel Smith
1765–1836 see "The Nathan Smith Settlement" Franklin County Georgia
Spouse & Children
John Carpenter 1822–1885
Mary Carpenter 1825–1856
Henry Carpenter 1827–1870
Sarah Carpenter 1829–1865
Emily Carpenter 1831–1913
Owen Charles Carpenter 111 1832–1904
William Carpenter 1836–1862
Staley Carpenter 1839–1908
|Momma Sles||Dorcas Ann "Dora" Holley Taylor|
Thank you so much!!!! I am so excited to have a photo!!! HUGSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
|genia ||Mary J. Smith Gibson|
Mary and William Gibson were married February 1, 1872. William had been previously married to Henrietta, Mary's sister, prior to her death.
cannot verify the marriage information. can you help me ??? Thank you, Genia
Added by genia on Feb 29, 2016 9:17 PM
|Becky James||John Daniel Smith|
Thank you so much for the grave transfer!! Becky
|Steve & Mary Olive||Homer Williams|
Thank you very much for find and photographing Homer's marker. Mary O Midland, TX
thank u so much for the grave pictures but the picture of the young man is my uncle Carl Hunter Russell, are u related to the Russells? would u mind removing the phote since its not on the right grave. I am still trying to find out where my aunt and uncle are buried my cousins are acting like its a secret.
Added by beckie on Feb 17, 2016 7:38 AM
|Becky James||31731271 John Daniel Smith|
John, Would you kindly consider transferring to me the Memorial page for John Daniel Smith? He was my 4th Great Grand father. I was taken back by the degradation of his gravestone within the past 7 years when comparing photos I took on Thanks giving Day (2015) to the one you posted 7 years earlier (to the date). What a change in appearance! Do you happen to remember if your photo was taken in 2008? Would you happen to know if there is a registry of gravestones and if so, who has it? I think I have other relatives buried there. Thank you, Becky
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