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Christi Atwood Harris (#46972382)
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SFC USA RET Duffie & Kathy
Sam & Lillie Procell
We will be glad to add links and bio. D & K
Added by SFC USA RET Duffie & Kath... on Aug 07, 2013 6:24 PM
Sharon Ray
richbourg
On is tombstone is John 14:2
Added by Sharon Ray on Feb 18, 2013 3:51 PM
Debbie Atkinson Brown
Matilda Ann Gibson Copeland
Hello.. Are you by any chance related to Matilda Ann Gibson in Oak Grove Cemetery, Sabine Parish, LA?.. I see you left flowers on her memorial
Added by Debbie Atkinson Brown on Oct 02, 2012 9:58 PM
Iris Meshell
RE: Edward Russell
Thank you, Christi, for following up as requested.
Added by Iris Meshell on Sep 05, 2012 5:06 PM
debbie smith ricker
Margaret/Maggie Gallman Atwood
Dear Cousin Christi,
You and I are cousins if you are descended from Maggie Gallman McCrory Atwood, who I have recently discovered was my great grand aunt. Her sister Laura Letitia Gallman Wiltshire was my great grandmother, whose daughter Mattie Laura Wiltshire Wilson was my maternal grandmother.
Maggie and Laura had another sister, Ella, who was born in about 1874. I can find no record of Ella other than on the 1880 census, living with her sisters Laura and Maggie and widowed father, William Silas Gallman.
Do you have any information about Ella and what became of her? I never even knew that Maggie and Ella existed until I started digging through genealogy. I was delighted to discover that Maggie married twice and had four children, but what became of Ella? Unfortunately, I didn't ask these questions before my parents and grandparents died.
Thank you for any information you can provide.
Debbie Smith Ricker
Lexington, KY (former of Copiah County, MS)
Added by debbie smith ricker on Jul 05, 2012 9:17 PM
Susan R. Cole
RE: Cook Headstone
Thank you.
Added by Susan R. Cole on Nov 28, 2011 6:58 PM
Micki Carol Freels
link
Thank you so much for linking J C Smith
with his mother and siblings. It was
so kind of you to fulfill this
request. When I locate the father's
grave I will let you know. To the best
of our knowledge, William Smith is the
second husband of Sallie Jones Lewis
Smith and J C was her youngest child.
Added by Micki Carol Freels on Oct 26, 2011 3:41 PM
Micki Carol Freels
skoolmouse@telepak.net
Please link J C Smith to his mother Sallie Smith #78487927. All we know so far is his father's name was William Smith (haven't found his grave site yet)Sallie (Jones Lewis) Smith is his mother, Willie Smith #78489214 and Tommy Smith (still living) are his brothers and Grace Lewis Sykes Walker is his half sister #73124523. According to family J C Smith is the youngest but died of typhoid fever at a young age and was buried quickly.
Added by Micki Carol Freels on Oct 15, 2011 8:03 PM
Susan R. Cole
Cook Headstone
Can I use your headstone picture in my Ancestry.com family tree?
Added by Susan R. Cole on Oct 05, 2011 3:43 AM
Lora Peppers
Scarborough deaths
You realize who the "Kate" was? Sarah mentioned her in the entry. They were good friends. It is Kate Stone, whos diary "Brokenburn" is considered a classic. Just checked in Brokenburn for a mention of the deaths, but Kate's diary seems to skip that month.
Added by Lora Peppers on Sep 30, 2011 9:12 AM
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