|Karen Riggs (#46622222)|
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|I was born in South Dakota but moved to Texas in 2004. My great-grandmother is buried in the Dallas City Cemetery. Her name was Mary Ann Sudduth Lewis. She was born Feb. 29,1864 in Maben, Mississippi to Alexander Lawson Sudduth and Catherine Benson. Mary Ann married Henry Washington Lewis in 1881 and had 10 children. She and her husband moved to Texas in 1892. |
Henry W. Lewis died in 1915 and is buried in Henderson Co. Texas. Mary Ann moved to Dallas and died in Parkland Hospital of asthma on Dec. 7, 1936, at the age of 72. She outlived 3 of her children and still has many grandchildren and great-grandchildren living in Texas.
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|Charlene Coe, Guadagnolo- Seal||R. Hicks|
Karen, thank you so much for the transfer of my mother's cousin. Very nice of you to transfer. Charlene
Thought I would send you a public message. Thank you, I hope the updates I made are correct.
Added by JoLinn on Mar 27, 2014 4:38 PM
|Ardis Ehrenberger||Dallas City Cemetery|
Can you tell me where this cemetery is? Is it part of the old Oakland Cemetery?
Joyce Adams Ehrenberger
|Janet Milburn||Re: the young Jewish girl who took poison|
Karen, Wasn't it you, who I wrote too and said you must have been waiting for me to come along and I mentioned the young Jewish girl and you wondered what that had to do with your Kirpatrick ancestor, well. If this is you, I just found out how to get into that virtual cemetery, so let me know asap, and I will tell you how to find it.
Janet Milburn #47529757
|Joe Morse||Georgia Morris correction|
I am wondering if this person is actually Georgia M. Morse. I find that Georgia Morse is buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Annex EE 00F 04, born 1891 and died 5/4/1986. I do not find a Georgia Morris listed in the cemetery records online, so I was thinking this was a mispelling of the last name. I am a relative working on this line and it fits that it is spelled MORSE. Thanks for the listing!