|Eleanor Richardson (#46894533)|
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|I wanted some information regarding the information on my grandmother. And I could not find the person's email address so I clicked on her name.|
I emailed my question, I thought directly to her.
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|Barbara L. Kirkland||RE: Amanda Johnson Waters|
Both James A. "Jimmy" Waters and William Monroe "Roe" Waters were sons of Washington Wayne Waters and Dora Ann Waldron Waters. Washington Wayne Waters was brother to my great-great-grandfather James F. Waters who was killed in the Civil War. So, both James A. Waters and William Monroe Waters would have been my great-grandmother Amanda Waters Cole's first cousins. Therefore, you are related to me.
I have found you in my data base as the daughter of Simon Peter Howard IV and Ethel Beatrice Waters Howard. You were born 3/12/1941 in Coffee Co. and your middle name is Colleen. Gary Nolan Richardson was born 10/11/1935. I show you with two children: Gary Wayne 10/6/1966 and Edward Howard 7/3/1969. I do not have marriages and/or children for them.
Now for my source of information. I get my information from many different places but primarily from talking to "kin-folk". Much of the older information comes from census and marriage records as well as cemetery records.
I would love to talk with you further. If you will send me your phone number I will give you a call.
|Jerry Barnard||Virtual Cemeteries|
Now don't forget that when you view certain memorials you can always include them in your virtual cemeteries. For example, I noticed that you have a virtual cemetery for the Waters Family, but you have no one in the cemetery. A good starting place would be to go to Meeks, which you can bookmark on your browser ( make a Find a Grave folder in your bookmarks and add all the links there! ) and pull up a male Waters. Then you will see a link on the left side to see all Waters'es at Meek. Then go to each one ( tedious I know) and open the memorial, then add it to your Waters' virtual cemetery. It's a great tool.
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