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I have always been interested in my family history. I enjoy learning about my ancestors. I am also an avid photographer and always try to get pictures of as many family stones as possible.If I have created a memorial for anyone that you know or are related to, I will gladly transfer ownership of their memorial so that you can make changes or additions to it. Of course this does not apply to my family members memorials.|
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|MissMarple||Granville Vaughan --- 1871-1952|
Thank you very much for the great work you share with all of us. It has helped me immeasurably, and now I hope to be able to repay you in small part.
William and Sarah Elizabeth Herriman Vaughan are my g-g-grandparents. Granville Vaughan is not in our Vaughan line.
George Peters Vaughan and Juda Catherine Crowley Vaughan are Granville's parents. They are buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Hardeman County, Tennessee: G. P. Vaughan (19 Apr 1842-16 Jan 1921 CSA) and Mrs. G. P. Vaughan (1 Apr 1868-10 Sept 1935). I just talked with Granville's granddaughter, who shared this info with me.
Again, thank you so much.
|Brenda Neal||Annie Halsey Brewer grave|
The names of Annie Sarah Halsey and Latha Albony Brewer's Children are wrong. The oldest child was Florence Brewer Born Nov. 26, 1902 died April, 1903; Muriel Delia Brewer Jackson born Nov. 5, 1904; Bernice Brewer born April 3, 1910, died June 19, 1910; Latha Alvan Brewer born April 1, 1905 and Vela Musgrove Brewer Ball born Dec. 29, 1914. Latha and Ann were my grandparents. Brenda Neal, Brinkley, AR. I would appreciate it if you would make the corrections. Thank You firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jeffery J.||Thank You|
For the pictures of Lloyd Adam's grave in Leechville.
|Brenda Smith||RE: Leachville Cemetery|
Wow thanks for the quick reply. Mr. Clowers ask that I give him two or three weeks. He said the name did not ring any bells with him. I just hope that there is a marker. I checked with Howard Funeral Home and their records were destroyed in a fire. They could not help me. I will let you know if Mr. Clowers finds anything. Thank You for your help. Have a Blessed Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday. Brenda
|Brenda Smith||Leachville Cemetery|
Hi Lambert: I have most recently found out that my Uncle Pinkney R. McMillion is buried in Leachville Cemetery. I have contacted the City of Leachville and talked with Mr. Clowers about finding out where he is buried. I do not know if there is a marker. He passed in 1972. I am requesting a photo of his marker if you can find one. He was born in 1879 and passed in April of 1972. If you can help I am very grateful. I live in Illinois and would appreciate anything you may be able to provide. His wife's name is Emma Slaughter McMillion. Thank you Brenda
|DMLeForce||Myrtle P Halsey|
I thought I suggested a correction but maybe I forgot? http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=82916030 This person's a distant cousin. If you want to transfer to me okay & if not that's okay too. Her middle name was Pauline. Her maiden was LaForce. Please link to parents - dad: 20625468 mom: 20625297
|Rebecca Moss||RE: Blytheville Public Library (cemetery)|
|Rebecca Moss||Blytheville Public Library (cemetery)|
Did you begin this cemetery and have access to add information about the cemetery? As I have looked for it through the years, I think if some info was added to the title page, it might be helpful if anyone else is looking for it under the same circumstances, lost tombstones, etc. Please see my recently added great, great grandfather's memorial, John W. Blackard.
Something like the following might be added to the cemetery front page description and possibly the cemetery name listing might be changed or amended?
This old cemetery originally called Chickasawba Cemetery, is located at the junction of Chickasawba Street and Hwy 61 N, near the Blytheville Public Library. The cemetery was long neglected and finally converted into a park with the remaining markers embedded in the sidewalks -- it is now known as "Founders Park." The listing is not complete as some tombstones were destroyed or missing.
You may have much more knowledge of this cemetery than I, and could describe it better.
Thank You for your help, Rebecca B. Moss
thank you Shelia for the photo
|Jay Freeman||Luttrell gravesite|
Thanks for the picture of the site. It is greatly appreciated.
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