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Dwight (#46984270)
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Bio Photo My name is Daniel Dwight Matheny. I served 3 years in the U.S. Army then worked at AT&T/Southern Bell, South Central Bell, Bellsouth and at&t/Southwestern Bell and retired after 42 years. I'm researching surnames Matheny, Lindsey, Ogle, Brooks, Owens, Jones and Ross and trying to link as many family members as possible. If you are more closely related than I am, I will gladly transfer that memorial to you if you wish. If I make a mistake please tell me and I will correct it. Feel free to leave flowers and photos as long as they are respectful but I prefer that you didn't leave copies of death certificates.

There's a time to live
There's a time to die,
And a time to laugh
And a time to cry,
Seasons stop
Seasons go,
Sometimes blocked
Sometimes flow.

We're disappointed
When things go wrong,
When a life event
Takes our song,
We're unprepared
What comes by stealth,
And seem so shocked
At a loved one's death.

But part of life
Is a time to die,
Accidents happen
That make us cry,
We must accept
That life's not level,
So don't be shocked
On the way to heaven.

~Peter Hall
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Dianne Nabors
RE: Ida Susan Harris
David, I visited Edgemont on Christmas day but could not located the grave of Ida Harris. According to all info I have is that my Ida never married and I believe that your Ida was married. So we may have a relative with the same name. If so, I will be happy to delete my flowers if you think it necessary or I can leave the flowers as a remembrance to your Ida. Thanks.
Added by Dianne Nabors on Jan 02, 2015 12:28 PM
Michael Pitcock
RE: W B Counts & Nola Lacy Counts photos
You're welcome, Daniel. I will get their obituaries and add them soon.

Let me know if there is anything else you want added...

Added by Michael Pitcock on Dec 29, 2014 10:18 PM
Nancy Cornelius
Ogle at White Oak
Checked the cemetery for Ogle and all are posted with pictures now. Happy New Year
Added by Nancy Cornelius on Dec 26, 2014 4:18 PM
Dianne Nabors
RE: Ida Susan Harris
Well, I guess we are not sure. I am going to Edgemont cemetery on Thursday and will try to see if there is a head stone. Last time I was there I could not find one, but it was rainy and not a good day to walk around looking. Will let you know. It may actually be your relative and not mine.
Added by Dianne Nabors on Dec 22, 2014 4:39 PM
Dianne Nabors
RE: Ida Susan Harris
According to my grandmother (who was Ida's sister) was that she never married. No one else in my family dispute that. My Aunt Ida was Ida Susan Harris, parents were James Alexander Harris of Anniston/Talladega area and JohnAnna Henrietta Cooley Harris. Ida grew up in the Blue Mountain area of Anniston, Ala and is supposedly buried at Edgemont cemetery. I have not found a headstone for her and she may not have one as several other members of the Harris family buried in Edgemont do not have them either. Hope this helps.
Added by Dianne Nabors on Dec 22, 2014 8:14 AM
kathy smith
You are very welcome. God bless you Kathy.
Added by kathy smith on Aug 19, 2014 5:46 PM
kathy smith
You are so welcome. I will transfer gladly any one But my family members. Even then I gladly give over to the people who are related closer than I. Please just ask and if I can help you more Just ask. Kathy
Added by kathy smith on Aug 14, 2014 11:38 PM
kathy smith
Added by kathy smith on Jul 03, 2014 11:17 AM
jeannette rook

I emailed you in it I placed his birth record and marriage record

I hope to communicate with you.

Added by jeannette rook on Jun 18, 2014 11:50 PM
jeannette rook

Genealogy happens to be my favorite Pastime. I came across Herman Cook by accident.

I am a huge fan of Old Time Country Music. So I looked him up and I came across that Clip. I was so impressed.

What I learned of him was quite amazing. Also while he was apart of the Grand Ole opry I learned he was a Tobacco Roller at a Tobacco Factory.

Added by jeannette rook on Jun 18, 2014 11:28 PM
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