|Connie Davis Baumann (#439788)|
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I have been a family researcher & a volunteer in assisting others with their research in several East TN counties for over 17 years. Many of the postings I submit are related, but not all of them. If you find a listing of someone you are researching, contact me. I may have additional information to share with you. |
The primary names I research are Womack, Howell, Davis, Moree & Pritchard.
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|Sharen A. Durler-Pflughoeft||RE: 59363643-Lester Howell|
Connie...I added links to Lester's parents and have transferred ownership/maintenance to you. Good to have Lester's memorial in the care of family. If you need any other photo's in Eufaula or close by, let me know, will be happy to try to get them for you. Sharen Durler Pflughoeft
|Michele Pursley||William P Womack|
Just wanted to let you know that he is a member of my husbands family. His name is William Pinkney Womack. His wife Nettie Florence Womack (nee Summors) is also buried there. We would love to have a photo of the headstone if possible. And if you are willing to transfer the memorial to us if you are not related that would be wonderful. His memorial #18503660. I will be making a memorial page for her.
|C. J. Hinds||Ruby Nell Howell|
Tahlequah-Funeral services for Ruby Nell Howell, 75, of Tulsa will be held Tuesday, Aug. 1 at 11 a.m. in the Reed-Culver Chapel in Tahlequah with Rev. Joe Howard officiating. Burial will follow in Eufaula City Cemetery.She was born Dec. 14, 1913 in Eufaula to John and Gertrude Howell and died Saturday, July 29, 1989 in Tulsa. She graduated from St. John's School of Nursing in 1937 and worked in Marion, Va after graduation until 1942.Howell entered the U.S. Army Nursing Corp in 1942 and during World War II, she worked in England and France as surgery supervisor for the Army Hospital. She landed on D-Day at France to set up U.S. Hospital units. She was awarded the Bronze Star Medal by President Harry Truman.Howell retired to St. John's after the war and had also worked at Muskogee and Tahlequah until her retirement in November 1979, after 42 years.Survivors include a brother, Sam Howell of Tulsa; a sister, Dorothy Hudson of Tulsa; and a niece and nephew, both of whom she raised, Shirley Biggs of Tahlequah and John Childs of Rowlett, Texas.The family requests memorial contributions be made to St. John Hospice Program, in care of St. John's Hospital, Tulsa.
- Connie Davis Baumann I used your obit for a memorial for Ruby Nell Howell,
Added: Jul. 18, 2008
|Melanie Atkins||William E. Spriggs|
I have just posted Marcus D. Lafayette Spriggs to the Spriggs Cemetery in Bradley Co., where you have his son William E. Spriggs posted. I would appreciate it if you would link William E. to his parents. His mother, George Ann Jones Spriggs, is buried in OK beside her daughter Lulu Spriggs McNabb.
Their numbers are:
William E. Spriggs, son, 26598155
Marcus D. Lafayette Spriggs, father, 53280170
George Ann Jones Spriggs, mother, 53214154
|Cyndy Myers||mary Moree, Johnson Cemetery, Hardeman Co, Texas|
I photographed all of the graves with named marker today in the Johnson Cemetery north of Goodlett Texas in Hardeman County. I did not find a stone for mary Moree. There are several Funeral Home Markers that have long lost any names and serveral natural stone markers. I did not photograph any of those. I will be posting the photographs on the site soon. Cyndy
|Amy Smith Alley||Johnny Aaron Davis|
I believe so. I'm working to try to find the link.
|Amy Smith Alley||Johnny Aaron Davis|
I saw where Johnny was your father. I was just at the cemetery yesterday, taking pictures of the tombstones. Is your Dad's marker handmade, with white writing? I have a picture of it but I wasn't sure it was his. There are no dates on it. It just has Johnny Davis and Father on it.
My great-great grandfather was William Thomas Davis.
|Mary Kirby||Family Link|
Please link Paul Hamm, 28411125, to his parents: Annie Mae Parker Hamm 30581769 and Blassingame Hamm 30581729. Thank you!
I hope this finds you well. I wanted to say that the two listings you have for Womacks in Oakhill Cemetery in Palatka should actually be in Oak Hill West according to their Obituary. Just thought I would let you know. also if you would like I will try to find their graves and take pictures for you. Take Care..
Thank you so much for adding Ransom Moree's obituary. I really appreciate getting that information on my ggg grandfather.
Added by Brenda on Jul 05, 2008 9:19 PM
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