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Patricia Dacus (#46955186)
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I was born in Montgomery County MS but now live in Baldwin County, AL. Many of my relatives are buried in Montgomery County, Webster County, Carroll County and Choctaw County, MS. Some of the families I have been researching are Lemuel Dacus, Joshua Garrett, Reason Evans, William Wallace Garner, Thomas Grantham, Eli Dendy, Anderson Austin, Charles Poole, Washington Jackson, Phillip Carroll, Daniel McDonald Slaughter and Tristram Thomas. I am in possession of one of the rare, out-of-print books titled "History of Montgomery County." There is a wealth of information in this book about early settlers of Montgomery County, Choctaw County, Carroll County and Webster County. I am happy to share info.

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Shein Die
ART BROWNING
Here is Art's friend talking about Art, and jamming:
LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZMesyOKm6U
Added by Shein Die on Jul 12, 2014 12:34 AM
Shein Die
ART BROWNING
Here is the link to the video a friend of his made and about Art and the memories he has of him : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZgCVbDt1Wc
Added by Shein Die on Jul 12, 2014 12:31 AM
tonks118
RE: Stanley Bates & Mildred
The Nancy Harrison I have was married to a George Bell. Harrison was her maiden name from what I can tell unless she re-married. And thank you! Hopefully the book will have something. We're at a genealogical standstill on Stanley Bates. We know he may have gone by Edward. It's all very confusing.
Added by tonks118 on Sep 26, 2013 5:41 PM
tonks118
Bates family
I noticed you put up the obituary for Mildred Irene Box Bates. She was great grandmother and we have very little information on her family. Specifically her husband Stanley. I was wondering if you know anything or have any information.
Added by tonks118 on Sep 25, 2013 3:52 PM
Robin Brent
RE: Cooks in King Cemetery
Patricia, If you're related & want a transfer let me know. Robin
Added by Robin Brent on Jun 10, 2013 9:15 AM
Robin Brent
RE: Cooks in King Cemetery
Patricia, I am not related to the Cooks buried at King Cemetery. My only family connection is to James & Margaret Brent buried there. I got involved with the cemetery when I got in touch with a Wadill descendent still living in the area. She is currently trying to clean-up King cemetery. She had a 1976 inventory of the cemetery, which I volunteered to make memorials for on F.A.G. I did find an 1880 census with the Cooks living in McDonough Co on Ancestry. Are you on Ancestry? Let me know if I can be of further help. Robin
Added by Robin Brent on Jun 09, 2013 12:06 PM
Bill Foster (W.L.Foster )
Flower / Ratliffs / Hinson
I do know members of the family after death were sent back to Cairo /Pee Dee / Sandy Point after death to be buried wit family !
Added by Bill Foster (W.L.Foster ) on Mar 22, 2013 1:09 PM
Bill Foster (W.L.Foster )
Flowers
I've lost my email server so here goes :

Who donated the letter to "The History of Montgomery County" and how did they get it ? Is my first question . Something is fishy as if the letter was sentit would not be in Mississippi but Anson. Abner n family were taking care of John Sr in his 90s until 1871.

JOhn Jr is listed in the 1860 Census with family son I would make a guess 1869 might actually be DOD if the letter is correct but again why was it not sent?


Added by Bill Foster (W.L.Foster ) on Mar 21, 2013 7:43 PM
Bill Foster (W.L.Foster )
Flowers
I've lost my email server so here goes :

Who donated the letter to "The History of Montgomery County" and how did they get it ? Is my first question . Something is fishy as if the letter was sentit would not be in Mississippi but Anson. Abner n family were taking care of John Sr in his 90s until 1871.

JOhn Jr is listed in the 1860 Census with family son I would make a guess 1869 might actually be DOD if the letter is correct but again why was it not sent?


Added by Bill Foster (W.L.Foster ) on Mar 21, 2013 6:41 PM
Bill Foster (W.L.Foster )
Flowers / Ratliffs / Smiths
I sent you an email. wlfgenealogy@yahoo.com
Added by Bill Foster (W.L.Foster ) on Mar 21, 2013 7:59 AM
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