|Carla May (#46815322)|
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I love the Find a Grave site and have found it to be very helpful in my genealogy research and also as a place to honor those who have passed on. Most of my memorials are for my relatives, friends, co-workers or relatives of friends. I consider all of them a work in progress. If anyone wants to make additions, corrections or wants their family member transferred to them, please leave a message. Thanks!|
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|Liz Weaver||Researching the May family|
I'm researching this family for two reasons. I recently purchased a house built in Georgetown, Texas in 1922 by James Monroe May, who was the son of Martha Sanford by her first husband. In addition, I have two May lines in my family, both from Mississippi. My paternal great-grandmother was Henrietta May. They married in New Orleans, but she was previously in the Biloxi area. Her father was known as the Honorable William Russell May, but we have not been able to determine when (or if) he was a judge. William Russell May was married to Temperance May (two May lines marrying to make things confusing). Most of these folks migrated through the Mississippi area at one time. I picked up on information (can't remember where) that Martha Sanford's first husband, James May, was from Marion County, Mississippi. Any help you can give would be appreciated.
|Doug McBroom||Albert Fount MAY family|
I posted a few pictures you may want to copy. See Albert Fount MAY, his wife Rebecca, and son William Vernon MAY Sr and his wife Mae Lee.
Doug McBroom (MAY Family)
|Doug McBroom||Handy P. May|
I posted a picture of Handy's tombstone. Janice, findagrave.com volunteer, and some friends found the stone buried. Note the dates and "Handy", not "Hardy".....Doug McBroom (MAY Family)
|Doug McBroom||Joseph MAY 1732-1829|
Carla, I added a picture of the "new" Joseph MAY tombstone. Janice Brock (one of our MAY cousins in Tylertown MS) ordered the tombstone. It will be placed in the cemetery this spring/summer by the local DAR chapter. They are also carefully digging through the leaves and brush to hopefully find some of the tombstones there when a census was taken in 1976. Doug McBroom (MAY Family)
|Doug McBroom||RE: Minnie Vickers May, Gulfport MS|
yes ma'am, 4cousins 1x removed per my trusty Family Tree Maker. Doug McBroom (of MAY Family)
|Doug McBroom||Minnie Vickers May, Gulfport MS|
Carla, I added Mrs MAY's obituary to her memorial and several other MAY family obituaries this past weekend. I have a few more from my recent visit to Biloxi MS Library to still post. I'll try to finish them this week. Enjoy.
Doug McBroom (a MAY cousin)
|Dominique Potier||Clyde C May|
Are you a relative with Clyde C May passed away in 1978 ? I'm a belgium soldier and a free historian , I look after info about US airborne during the WW2 . Mr Clay was maybe a 101st Glider during the war .
Thanks for your help .
|Doug McBroom||Talmadge Kenneth MAY|
Your Uncle has a copyright filed with the US Government for a song, Prairie Starlight. He filed it in 1939 from Baton Rouge LA. Go to google books and search for his full name.
|Doug McBroom||Ralph Wesley MAY|
Carla, a findagrave.com volunteer was kind enough to add a picture of Ralph's tombstone to his memorial. Would you mind resorting the pictures to the picture of Ralph in his US Army uniform is first. Many thanks...>Doug McBroom (a MAY genealogist)
|suzanne ||Steven Henry Scott|
Thank you for posting Steve's picture. This is a copy of a photo of a First Prize Winner of a painting by his beloved Aunt Heka. The original painting hung in his Uncle's Ray's office in Midland, Texas. Steve would be so proud and grateful to you.
Added by suzanne on Jul 01, 2013 2:07 PM
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