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Scrappy (#46570007)
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Bio Photo If you would like to contact me just leave me a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible. I do not check this site everyday.
Leave your name and findagrave number if you have one.
I have a limite of up to 5 transfers.
Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer.
Thanks
Scrappy
Families I am searching are Tidwell, Stutts, Parkers, Beavers,Glovers, Hughes,Wiley, Phillips, Moore, Dennis, Purser (Alabama, Tenn)
Canada/England Buxton, Ennis, Pasmore, Walls, Vanevery.
Thanks to everyone who sent me pictures of tombstones, family pictures, articles and who have give me information.

I am working on Service men of North West Alabama (Lauderdale Co, Colbert Co. Franklin Co., Lawrence Co., Morgan Co, Limestone Co & Madison Co., Al who served in CSA, World War I,II, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf & Military Service (if you know of any or have tombstone with info on them let me know so I can add to my virtual cemeteries.
Soldiers whom lived, served or buried in Alabama.
I want to thank everyone that has contributed pictures to my site. Some times I forget to send a thank you note so this is to everyone that has sent or posted pictures, note or any information to my findagrave site.
THANK YOU!
You can now edit the information on each site at Findagrave so, Instead of asking people for transfers, check out this first.
We have worked very hard adding information from cemeteries.
We have spent years of hard work adding this information to help others so be repectable of others work.
PLEASE READ BEFORE ASKING FOR A TRANSFER
Thanks
Scrappy
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Carolyn Graham - Lopez
William Clark Reeder
Do you know if the person you created a memorial for, William Clark Reeder is the same 1st Lieutenant W C Reeder of CO.D 9 Reg't Alabama Infantry, who enlisted in Lauderdale County?
Added by Carolyn Graham - Lopez on Aug 25, 2015 10:02 AM
rw2009
Emmett Joseph Bryant
Thank you so much for transferring Emmett to my care. I will be updating his bio shortly.
Added by rw2009 on Aug 24, 2015 5:59 AM
e t freeman
7885144 + 536269
I noticed that there are two entries with same person.
1= Margaret Louella Thompson Clemmons
Memorial#5362629 entered 14-apr-2001.

2=Maggie Louella Thompson Clemmons
Memorial#7885144 entered 21-sept-2003.

Both have same headstone picture and info.
Birth: Sep. 4, 1878
Lauderdale County
Alabama, USA
Death: Jan. 24, 1950
Florence
Lauderdale County
Alabama, USA
But one only has the dates no places.

#7885144 is linked to husband #5362627
and two children.
Maybe one could be edited and the other removed?
Just a suggestion. Not my family nor my entries. All time&effort for F A G is greatly appreciated.


Added by e t freeman on Aug 15, 2015 3:04 AM
erinne dock
Kate Bionda
It is possible, as was in the case of my ancestress that Kate Bionda's remains are in the Shelby county (now defunct)Cemetery
Also known as: County Cemetery, Potters Field.
There are unknown masses buried there. It is now a park.... they removed the bodies to a mass grave and made it a park of some sort.
Added by erinne dock on Aug 13, 2015 6:34 PM
Olva
Related:
Are you related to the Red Bay and Hamilton, Alabama Pursers? I am a distant relative of the Purser family.
Olva
Added by Olva on Aug 12, 2015 8:23 PM
Olva
Robert Williams:
Thank you so much for transferring "Jack" Williams to me. Note my little message to him.
Thanks again,
Olva
Added by Olva on Aug 12, 2015 8:20 PM
Sharon Negraiff Ellis
Phillips
Hi, You transferred a memorial to me and I was adding the memorial to my tree when I thought I should check your page. Which branch of Phillips are you researching. I have a Phillips and a friend has a different branch of Phillips. Feel free to email me if you like. ellis1946@gmail.com Keep well, Sharon
Added by Sharon Negraiff Ellis on Aug 10, 2015 2:34 AM
Ron Adams
Roland W. Adams at Barton Cemetery, AL
Scrappy, I am a half-nephew of Roland's and know only a bit of his history, never knew him personally. On Find-A-Grave, he is Pvt Roland Adams, and that veteran's status comes from his brief WW I service, August 27, 1918 through December 22, 1918, roughly four months. He was living in Michigan at the time of his enlistment, and served with the 42nd Field Artillery, 14th Division, Battery D. He ended up in Alabama later in his life. He was born in Ohio, lived in Michigan in his 20s, and was living in Arkansas in 1942. Thanks for all your good work on tracking our veterans.

Ron Adams
Added by Ron Adams on Jul 26, 2015 1:20 PM
Nancy Cornelius
Paul R NELSON at White Oak cemetery in Marshall Co. AL
Saw where you had a memorial note on his memorial. I have now posted a picture of his military tombstone. You may copy if you like. It is sinking into the ground and has a mold on it but I believe it will note his memory.
Added by Nancy Cornelius on Jul 13, 2015 4:55 PM
Jim McGuire
Fred and Elsie Hughes
Fred and Elsie Hughes are my grandparents. My mother is Christine. I do have Adam Wells as the father of Will and Emil. According to census info that I found, Adam was born in about 1859 in Ohio. Will was born in AL, but I don't have anything for his mother (Adam's wife).

Do you and any information on Rachel Hughes (Charlie S Hughes' mother)? All I know is that she was from the St Joesph, TN area. For some reason, I don't think she ever married.
Added by Jim McGuire on Jul 06, 2015 7:13 PM
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