|Dorothy Flannery (#46507640)|
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|Betty Evans||RE: Ashby|
Happy Easter to you as well. Glad you got to go to the cemetery hope to get there myself someday. Thanks again for thinking of your old cuz.
|Chris & Kelli Daniels||RE: Smallwood|
I am so sorry it has taken me so long to reply to your message.
We have a good bit to cover so let start with Mrs. Frances Jane Rouse Price buried in the Price Cemetery. She married my cousin and I believe the we (Kannaday Funeral Home) conducted the funeral. I know we entombed her daughter Mrs. Lindsey. Her mother was Rosa Morning Calder (sometimes spelled Caulder) buried in Bermuda Cemetery. She most likely end up in that section of the county due to her husband, Thomas B. Rouse.
Rosa was the daughter of Madison Caulder and Madison the son of Malcolm (Confederate Soldier and ancestor to the Pee Dee Chief) buried in Sardis Cemetery. Malcolm (1813-1899) was the son of Annanias Calder (1787-1884). Malcolm is buried in Sardis and Annanias Calder is buried in Hulon Cemetery. You will notice that Madison was a MU in the 1880 census where his daughter was two years old. The MU came from Native American Blood (and possibly some black but that is still unproven unless you come across a Turner then you might want to look into it). I know Madison was born in October 1850 according to the 1900 census and died after (most likely before the requirement of death cert. in 1915) but I am not sure where he is buried (but most likely Sardis or Hulon Cemetery).
Do you have any dates on Estelle Herring?
My wife is a descendant of Col. James Smallwood from his son, James who married Mary Boyden.
|Rebecca Taylor||RE: Robert Taylor|
N0 I didn't am younger sister went to school Flintville .
|Jerry Smallwood Peterson||Merry Christmas|
I finally got F.A.G. to wake up and send you this message. A belated Merry Christmas to YOU too!
If you are not related to her would you please consider transferring her to me. She is my husband's grandmother. Thank you.
|Rebecca Taylor||RE: Robert Taylor|
Robert Taylor was my brother!
|Rebecca Taylor||Robert Taylor|
You have my brothers info wrong.DOB 12-28-1948
|Debbie Westbury||Willie McCollum Mires|
I am looking for any info on Willie McCollum Mires. Willie was born in Alabama in 1878 and died in 1912. She married Jonah O Mires and they had five daughters: Bessie (my grandmother), Minnie, Lucy, Monie, and Pearl. I believe her parents lived in Alabama. Due to misspellings of the Mires name, it's difficult to find much of anything. I found their marriage certificate which reflects misspellings of both their last names. I am told she is buried in a field behind what use to be Genesco in Fayetteville, Tenn. Any info anyone might have or could refer me to would be greatly appreciated. Jonah was the son of Bryant Jarvis Mires Sr and Susan Brown.
|Kathy Brannon||Pearl Underwood|
This message is about Pearl Underwood buried in Bethel Cemetery, she was Pearl Mires born June 13, 1909 d June 22 1935 Princeton, Jackson Co Al. She married William Virgil "Chunk" Underwood. Pearl was the dau of Jonah O Mires and Willie McCullum.
Virgil born Feb 28, 1908 died Jan 4, 1995, he is buried in the Underwood Cemetery, Plevna, Madison Co Al. Son of Samuel W "Penny" Underwood and Susie Putman. Hope this helps.
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|Judith Nan Lewis||RE: Webbs|
Sorry, documents for John and Jane seem to be as scarce as hen's teeth. Everyone is still looking.
Until Later....God Bless,
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