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|Sarah Locklin Taylor||RE: Alonzo Perry Zachry - Elmwood Cemetery|
That's what I was thinking ..... I'll see what else I might find for out.
|Sarah Locklin Taylor||Alonzo Perry Zachry - Elmwood Cemetery|
Thank you for your willingness to fulfill my photo request for Alonzo Perry "Lonzo" Zachry at Elmwood Cemetery. I created his memorial in the Elmwood Cemetery based on his TX Death Certificate (which I have now posted to his memorial). While I know that often times, death certificates are not correct in many ways, I am wondering if it is possible that the cemetery records are lacking for their earlier years. I have found that to be the case in several instances. Either way, I will continue to research to find his actual place of interment.
Thank you for your time and interest.
|Allan Thomas||Cullen and Levisa Lewis Conerly|
I don't think Cullen and Levisa are buried here.
I think they are buried at China Grove, north of Tylertown, Walthat County, Ms
China Grove Methodist Church is located Northeast of Tylertown, MS in Walthall County.
It was the home church of the Lewis and Lampton families.
Walthall County, whose seat is Tylertown, is one of the newest counties in the state having
been created from Marion and Pike Counties in 1912. At least two-thirds of it once
belonged to Pike County and the early histories of the two counties are so closely
interwoven that they are difficult to separate.
Tylertown, the only incorporated town in the
county, was first known as Magee's
settlement. Cullen Conerly went there in 1850, became owner of a tract of land, bought a
small store known as the Garland Hart Store, and established a post office which was
called Conerly's post office for many years.
Are you one of Cullen and Levisa's many desendants?
|Peachy Pringle||Mary Lewis Breland|
I am uploading a photo for Mary Lewis Breland. You might want to re-request a photo for Mary, and include a note that her tombstone faces West and should be photographed mid-afternoon.
|Peachy Pringle||RE: brumfield|
You are welcome. We are not done at Spring Creek.
It is 50 miles to Kentwood from our home, but there were request getting really old up there, so we made the trek this morning. Spring Creek was our 5th cemetery this morning, and we only got a few pictures done there before the sun was too high and some folks started gathering for a burial....
If no one beats us to it, we will make another trip in a couple of weeks.
|Jayanna Dotson||RE: jesse liles|
You're more than welcome :)
|Lisa May||RE: lemuel yarborough|
You are welcomed. Lisa
Added by Lisa May on Mar 14, 2013 4:57 PM
|Lucy Freeman||RE: Lucy Brumfield|
I will try to get this photo asap. Spring Creek is not far from my home.
Eliza's death certificate lists her as Mrs. A. Smith , you might look for her listed under that name , or Mrs . Abraham Smith .
Added by Melissa on Feb 05, 2013 4:02 PM
Thank you for looking for Eliza Smith . I am researching where she might be buried . She is suppose to be in Elmwood .
Added by Melissa on Feb 05, 2013 8:50 AM
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