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|Mavis Wills||Old Liberty Hill Cemetery in Clay County|
J. Alton Brooks is buried in Liberty Hill Methodist Church Cemetery instead of Old Liberty Hill. His wife Ara G. Brooks is buried in Liberty Hill Methodist Church Cemetery beside her husband.
Could you please transfer my Aunt Pearl(#20814209) and my cousin Jim(#208142790)to me so that I can connect them with family members. Thank You in advance,
I sent you some edits that have not been added. Will you check your edit buttom.
I also want to thank you for the work you have done on the memorials.
|L&RSchneek||Charles Henry Rottman, Jr.|
If you are not a relative of Chuck Rottman, Mem #20813496, I would appreciate it if you would transfer his memorial to L&RSchneek. He was my husband's maternal uncle.
|Don Parker||James Allen Cranford (1845-1930)|
Ma'am or Sir
I am compiling information on the 2nd Louisiana Cavalry and its men, particularly for Company E, as I had 8 ancestors in this company.
Based on information I located in the LA Confederate pension files (JA Cranford 1926 and Susan Harrison Redding Cranford 1930), James Allen Cranford was born on 11 May 1845 in Montgomery County, Alabama. He died on 5 Mar 1930 in Sabine Parish, near Pleasant Hill.
I will be happy to share the information I have collected. If you would like the pension files, please contact me at email@example.com.
|Shirley Liles Posey||William N. Vowell & Family|
Thank you so much for transferring the "Vowells" to me. I am so glad to be able to connect my great aunts and uncles with their parents. I appreciate all you have done!
|Shirley Liles Posey||W.N. Vowell and children|
W.N. Vowell is my g'granddaddy. He and four daughters and one son are buried at Bethel East, Randolph County. I wonder if you would mind transferring the management of their memorials to me?
W.N. Vowell, Memorial No. 32523600
Adeline Vowell Parmer, Memorial No. 32517443
Ludy Vowell Huckeba, Memorial No. 32510205
Amanda Eliza "Mandy" Vowell Douglas, #32509899
Lena L. Vowell Lawson, #32510597
William Riley Vowell, #32523660
My mother was a Vowell, and W.N was her granddaddy.
Thank you very much
|LaDonna & Richard McKelvey||Find A Grave Memorial# 42925299|
Have submitted some edits. Trying to connect parents, spouse, children.
Thanks for all you do on find a grave
|Patricia Richardson Tillman||Joe Omar Farmer|
You had left the below note on his memorial:
Rest In Peace...Was told by another Find A Grave member that this cemetery is very poorly maintained. That the woods are taking it over. This grave could not be found anywhere.
Added: Sep. 24, 2009
He was listed at wrong cemetery and is now at New Harmony Cemetery, Jackson County. You may want to delete the note as it no longer applies. I was trying to link some of the Farmer family when I found your note.
Thanks for your help, Patricia
|Misty Farmer Caudle||FARMER FAMILY|
I'm a great granddaughter of Clyde Farmer, working on my ancestry tree, would love any information any of yall might be able to add :)
Grandpa Farmer (Clyde) kept turtles in 50 gallon drums and always told me to go pick out my turtle and he'd make me turtle soup.
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