|fred rose (#47745300)|
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Please give a good site description so I can take the best possible photo. All Find A Grave rules will apply. I read all messages and answer all questions. |
some requests can not be completed due to reasons beyond my control.
My ROSE ancestors have been here since 1653, When William Rose, a headright to John Knott came from England (Darbyshire ?), to Surry County Virginia. His date of birth year was 1622. My GG Grandfather William ROSE arrived in Mississippi in 1836 to settle near Hays Creek near Winona, Mississippi. My grandmother KING introduced the Indian blood in the 1890's when she married my Grandfather, she was 1/8th Choctaw. Great grand daughter of Moshulatubbee King, last elected Choctaw Chief of the Nation East of the Mississippi River. My maternal grandparents were PULLEN and CARSON of South Carolina and settled near Minerva, Mississippi in the early 1840's. (a headright is a white slave, thousands were sent from England and Ireland in the 15th and 16th century to the Americas for labor.
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Hi - I have been a way, extremely ill, and don't know if I ever responded to your request about Pollens in the cemetery in Ft Smith cemetery. in 2013.
The cemetery is very large, but in the general area of the Pollens, I did not see any others.
It however is a very overwhelming cemetery, using levels to very up the landscaping, making it also difficult to see past a row or two, too.
When we went, the only thing we knew for certain - or rather last information we had - was that my relative we buried at the cemetery. I hope this is no longer needed and you've found what for what you needed by now.
Added by TXPamIAm on Nov 13, 2015 9:55 AM
|Ruby Mordecai||RE: monte vista ms|
Yes indeed. I know what you mean. Sometimes I ask for photos when I'm looking at the memorials without thinking about the cold weather. I sure don't want you to get out in it, it's just tooooo cold now.
|Larry Garland||James Adam Mixon|
Thanks so much for the picture of my families gravesite. It is so kind of you to take time to honor photo requests.
|Forever loved: Beatrice||Marion G. Hodges|
Thank you for the Marker photo for my cousin's husband. I truly appreciate it.
Have a good day...Bea Bennett.
|SSGT (USAF) Colleen Jeffries||Mary Yarborough Jeffries try this last name|
She married her first husbqnd last name of Chapman you can read her bio on her Find A Grave # 80168410.
Thanks for looking for her gravesite to take a picture of her gravestone if you find it look for his as well and take a picture as well thanks
|SSGT (USAF) Colleen Jeffries||Mary Yarborough Jeffries|
She was married to my great uncle James Tillman Jeffries who is buried in Calie. Cemetery in sunflower county Mississippi. Mary's is buried. With her first husband since the plot was bought when her first husbqnd was alive. Her family wanted her buried there not with James.
|Beth Austin||RE: sorrell|
I was wondering if there is one there for Emmett's wife. I connected him to his mother and father.
|Beth Austin||RE: sorrell|
I appreciate your work getting this marker picture! Thank you so much. I have found many of that type that would be either covered with grass or dirt but not that deep!
|Ruby Mordecai||Deanna Harrison|
Thanks for taking the photo of Deanna Harrison's marker and placing it on her memorial page. As you can see, I'm working on my Harrison line again. Can't seem to fill in all the gaps.
|Mimosa||RE: Mary E. Jones Rose|
I have no idea where John Rose might be buried. I did not take a picture of his grave in Elam (I supposedly too pictures of every stone.) and I can't find him anywhere else in Yalobusha County.
We have many mysteries like that.
Added by Mimosa on Dec 25, 2013 7:48 PM
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