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Carolyn Chapman (#46804426)
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Bio Photo Cemetery surveyor and genealogy researcher
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Messages left for Carolyn Chapman (7)[Leave Message]
Jerry Van Herrin
Re: Devin Ryan Johns
Hi Carolyn,

I can't remove a message. You may be able to get Findagrave to remove it.

Jerry
Added by Jerry Van Herrin on Oct 31, 2013 3:16 PM
Donna Hunter Glenn
RE: Devin Johns
Carolyn,
Thank you for your message. Devin really touched my heart that day and left a tremendous imprint. I will never forget the peacefulness in his eyes as he looked at me when he left this home and entered his Heavenly home. From what I heard of the talented baseball player he was, I know he's hitting homeruns every day now.
Donna
Added by Donna Hunter Glenn on Oct 31, 2013 1:31 PM
Mary Clemmer
Roy Chapman
Roy's aunt Bessie (Mary Beatrice) Highsmith married into my Strickland family. How do you fit? If you'd like to email me, I think my address is on my page. Thanks!
Added by Mary Clemmer on Jun 15, 2013 11:32 AM
Mary Clemmer
Use of Photo
May I copy the photo of Roy O Chapman? Thanks. -mc
Added by Mary Clemmer on Jun 14, 2013 4:21 PM
Maria Ragus
Ragus plantations
According to my father in law Morris Ragus, the plantation he grew up on was called Concordia or Homestead. Before his father Ed or little Ed bought it it was part of a larger plantation owned by 2 brothers who split it in two. It is on Homestead Rd in Transylvania. It had 640 acres to the levee and then another 650 acres from the levee to the Mississippi. The original house burned down, they built a ranch style house to replace it. Morris remembers the big house as having 3 floors with 13 rooms on the second floor.
Robert Ed or big Ed's (little Ed's father) plantation was near Monticello (Epps). I don't know the exact location as I am not familiar with the area. Morris remembers the house as being very large and raised up, facing the water. I'm not sure the name of it either. Hope that infor helps.
Added by Maria Ragus on May 31, 2013 3:29 PM
Brock Ragus
James K Ragus inquiry
I am not familiar with Raley's, but the Edgewood Plantation was south of Lake Providence, near Transylvania and near the River. James K Ragus had one son named Ed who remained in that area all of his life. If you complete your survey of the cemetery you mentioned, I would appreciate it if you send me a message on Find-A-Grave to let me know. Thank you.
Added by Brock Ragus on Mar 08, 2013 7:38 PM
Lora Peppers
Wilders
Just got your message! Sarah was the sister of my GG Grandfather, James Henry Wilder (James-John William-Lloyd Grady-Patricia-Me). Their parents were Civil War Soldier Edmund W. Wilder and Elizabeth Linder. Sarah and James' bachelor brother John Berry Wilder is buried near James in the New Corinth Cemetery, Winn Parish, LA. Most of the Wilders in Winn Parish descend from James. Here is James' F.A.G. Memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=49756846
Added by Lora Peppers on Jan 04, 2013 9:06 AM
 

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