|Russell & Ashlee (Pearson) Land (#46989322)|
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|My wife and I have recently become extremely interested in geneaology. What we first thought may be a thoughtful gift for my father has become somewhat of a hobby. We find ourselves riding through cemetaries now in hopes of locating another relatives grave. We were told this is addictive, but had no idea.|
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|Esther Kinder||RE: Heber Knight & Wife|
You are so very welcome. It is nice to be able to fill someone's request when they cannot get there to do it. Have a wonderful week.
|Christine Dheel||RE: Ward & Rhoda Teston|
No problem. I enjoy doing it.
|Amy Ramsey Hix||RE: Shelton Allison|
You aremo than welcome. I am sorry I didn't see any Allison's at all. Is it possible that it could be unmarked or the stone is missing?
You are so welcome.
|Jennifer Anthony||The Knight's|
I just wanted you to know that I uploaded the pictures before I claimed them. I was new at this. Not sure if it will tell you or not. Jennifer
|Ronda Tindall||RE: Lewis Tindall Ancestry|
IF he was the brother of Mack H. Tindall and I think he was their fathers name was James Tindle (and that is the way he spelled it) I believe i found it on marriage records the wifes name was Eliza Grantham. The records are in Wayne County, Ga. My husbands grandmother could not remember much about his family her husband had been dead 40 years when I got in the family but she did think they all came from South Carolina. I hope this helps my email is email@example.com if you have any questions if you find out anymore about this i would appreciate an update I am interested Thanks Ronda
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