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Kaye McCracken (#42032821)
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Linda Bass
Elizabeth Carey McCracken Lynden
I am trying to find the burial site of Elizabeth Carey McCracken Lynden, Daniel McCracken's wife and James Anderson McCracken's mother. She married Arthur Lynden in 1864 after Daniel's death in 1861. Any assistance on this is greatly appreciated. She may have lived with her other child, James' sister, Nancy J McCracken Carey in Bosque County, Texas while James was living in Kentucky with another family.myou may contact me here or at Thank you for your consideration in this matter. Linda Polk Bass
Added by Linda Bass on Nov 24, 2014 12:28 PM
RE: Memorial # 105090242 Julina Sanders Massey
Thank you for clearing that up concerning where she is buried. Julina is my 3rd great grandmother. Could you please transfer her to me. Thank you so very much!
Dorothy Boteler
Added by DAB on Jan 12, 2014 2:39 PM
Memorial # 105090242 Julina Sanders Massey
Please check your records on Julina Sanders Massey. Is there a marker at Hopewell for her? I have not visited Hopewell yet.

In June 2013 I found her grave marker at Fellowship Church Cemetery in Perry County, AL. I recorded her as Julina Sanders Massey, Memorial #112705314. Sanders was her maiden name. Her marker had Julina Massey April 24, 1811, March 19, 1879. Inscription: Honored, beloved and ?wept. here mother lies. She was buried close to John Frederick Montz, the husband of her daughter, Elizabeth Ann Massey. I did not find a grave marker for Elizabeth Ann.

On an old 1870 land plat map of Hale County, AL, it has her name spelled Julianna Massey and she owns about 320 acres of land.

Thank you!!
Dorothy A Boteler
Added by DAB on Jan 12, 2014 12:45 AM
Have you found out anything lately on the Parsons line? Mom was saying a number of Walter's childrens' 1880 and later censuses show he was born in England. That is a bit of a surprise.

Added by Kocart on Aug 27, 2013 2:52 PM
Clara Andrews
Joel Gordon Carey and Anna Louisa Mc Cracken
These are my GGgrandparents. I would love to exchange info. I have no pictures
Added by Clara Andrews on Aug 09, 2013 1:18 PM
Will Babb
Mariette Shufeldt changes
Please examine the memorial for Mariette/18850013 and see if it is needing any updates. If updates are needed, please send me the memorial numbers for these changes.

Thanks, have a good day,
Will B.
Added by Will Babb on Jun 20, 2013 8:34 AM
ronda mccracken
Bettie Massey McCracken
Hi Kaye,
My name is Ronda McCracken and I am married to Gary, the grandson of Clem and Vida McCracken. We are trying to get as much information as we can about the McCracken family. Before she died Vida sent me a letter about the family. She wrote me that Bettie was Irish and Cherokee. We were wondering if you have any information about that. We have been unsuccessful so far.
Added by ronda mccracken on Jun 17, 2013 6:52 PM
Linda Milburn
Re: Henry Clay Shufeldt
Hi Kaye

Thank you for adding the pictures of Henry Clay Shufeldt and Martha Ann Long Shufeldt. These are my Great Great Grandparents, I've never seen a picture of either one of them until now. It's nice to what they looked like.

Added by Linda Milburn on Jun 16, 2013 11:47 PM
Glenn Massey
Benjamin Bynum Massey

I have linked Benjamin with his parents. Thank you for the information.

Take Care, Glenn Massey & Family
Added by Glenn Massey on Feb 05, 2013 1:18 PM
RE: Walter Parsons
We wish we knew more about Walter. It is still a mystery who his father was. Do you have any ideas? We know he came from Maryland and have some information from there, but nothing conclusive. Mary used to have a stone at her grave in the 1970's, but there was an immoral, if not illegal, effort to reclaim the cemetery for a hay field, and many stones were picked up before it was stopped by the state. Mom remembers seeing the stone, but it is long gone.

Added by Kocart on Jan 30, 2013 9:56 PM
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