|Dorothy Jo Sunday (#46834503)|
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Some of the names that I'm researching are Sunday, Price, Redmon, Nelson, Miller, Shaw, Vann, Kelley, Goodwin, Goolsby, Straughn, Taylor, and Stringfellow. Mostly from Walton County, Florida and Covington County, Alabama.|
Special thanks to my children Robert, Ashley, Dennis Jr. and Kelly and daughter-in-law Miranda Harlan Sunday for helping me with the pictures. Also my grandsons Hunter Miller and Ryan Sunday.
Sorry I do not transfer memorial of people I am related to.
Check this website out - How To Get Great Photos for FindAGrave.
Please if you use my photos please give me credit for taking them.
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|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Lovic Duncan|
You are welcome. Glad I was able to help you with this
|Cheryl Selman Gill||RE: James, Laverne, and Leta Shamblin|
Your very welcome.
|Patricia Elizabeth Hill Dominy||Gordons|
You are very welcome, Dorothy Jo, I'm happy to do it. It got dark on me, I will look for the other Gordons tomorrow...
|James Coston||James Shamblin, Mexia Cem.|
I spent some time today at the Mexia Library, which has an extensive collection of genealogy info.
I couldn't locate him in their obit section nor in the newest book that was 15 years in the making.
I don't doubt that he is buried there, just no info to be found on the subject.
So here is what I found @ the cemetery.
Carol is buried beside Horace on the dividing line of Sec 13 & 14.
Beside Carol, is an adult male in an unmarked grave.
I am checking to see if U know the family personally and if so, is it possible that this grave is that of James Raymond Shamblin. ??
Waiting to hear back,
Later, James Coston
I have the other fotos that U requested, will post them shortly ...........
Dorothy, I wasn't questioning your photo, just confused as to how some people I was researching got listed with markers in two different cemeteries.
Added by Barbara on Apr 28, 2016 6:32 PM
|Donna McPherson||RE: Cora Mercer Knowles Lott|
I have also found two at Joshua that there are no records for. Don't know what section they were buried in, but I have added them.
|Donna McPherson||Cora Lott|
I have found another one buried at Gardner.
MRS. CORA LOTT THE ARCADIAN NEWS 10/13/1968;
Mrs. Cora Lott of Gardner, died Friday afternoon after a long illness. She was born in DeSoto County, and had lived in Gardner all of her life. She was a member of the Baptist Church. She is survived by two sons; Olen Knowles and Cecil Knowles, of Arcadia; four grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Graveside services were held, Sunday, October 13, 1968 at 2:00 p.m. at the Gardner Cemetery with Rev. E. T. Earnest, officiating. Robarts-Grady in charge of arrangements.
|Don Sharp||RE: Gardner, Walter and Marguerite New|
You are very welcome. Marguerite was a neighbor when I was a kid living in town. She lived 3 doors up the street.
|Donna McPherson||RE: Daughter McCorquodale|
|Craig W.||RE: Howard and Leola Neal|
You are very welcome!! Have a great day!!
Added by Craig W. on Apr 07, 2016 2:40 PM
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