|Jerry Champion (#47105205)|
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|My name is Jerry Champion, from Anniston, AL. and currently live in Jacksonville, FL. I enjoy researching my family tree and helping others. I have family ties to Champion, COOK, COUCH, REAVES, GIDLEY, CLAY, HOUCK, NAPPER and Others. I am also researching my wife's family that ties to BOURGOIN, MILLETTE, CADORETTE and AUGER. I am a photo volunteer and will help in any way I can.|
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|just me||RE: Clyde Couch|
Added by just me on Jun 22, 2014 4:30 PM
|Chris Hughes||RE: Kate Couch|
No problem. Glad I could help.
|Margaret||Family history research|
I saw that you had taken a photo of my 2nd great grandfather's headstone James M. Warnock....I guess that makes us distant cousins..I'm researching my father's side of the tree and have many Houcks and Nappiers on his side. How far back have you done? I would love to trade info with you on those families.
Added by Margaret on May 15, 2014 1:16 PM
|Linda Claxton||RE: Albert and Emma Fisher|
You're very welcome.
|Alana Morgan||RE: Henry Watson|
Thank you so very much for the links.
Thank you for the updates. Ellen
Added by Ellen on Jun 22, 2013 8:52 AM
|DMWK||Edward "Cab" Higginbotham stone Photo|
Wow, thank you so much. So good of you and a really great photo of his stone.
Kindest regards, Diane
Added by DMWK on Jun 01, 2013 11:40 AM
I noticed you took a photo of Melinea Higginbotham in Edgewood Cemeterey, Jacksonville. I believe that her husband is buried near her:
Edward Cabel "Cab" Higginbotham
b March 3, 1886 Duval, FL
d Oct 13, 1941 Jacksonville, Duval, FL
If you would be interested, I would love a photo of his stone. I have created a memorial in Edgewood.
Thank you, DMWK
Added by DMWK on May 31, 2013 8:16 AM
|Tammy Robertson||Rosa Truss|
I will also add that I did not see a stone for Rosa Truss. As I said my trip was cut short becasue of a snake. The cemetery is well kept but the leaves and grass are a bit thick right now. And there is a very large 200year+ magnolia tree in the center. It is very dark under the tree and some of those stones are very hard to read. I did not want to file a problem with the request becasue it very well may be there and I just didn't find it.
|Tammy Robertson||Thomas King Truss|
I wanted to let you know I found the grave stone for Thomas K Truss in the Trussville Cemetery. I did not realize part of the date was covered. o be honest this is about the time I thought I was hearing a rattle snake and I did not stay around much longer. I will try to go back on a cooler day and see if I can get a better picture with no snake.
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