|Donald E. Garrett (#47002665)|
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The year was 1937. The place Homestead, Florida. My mom experienced a severe pain on the 29th day of May that year. Dad drove her to an old wood frame house which had been converted into a hospital. Dr. Smith was there and did me a good deed by bringing me into this world. My parents thought that I was just the greatest child ever. I happened to be the fifth child born to Cluria and Annie Bell. Hazel, the first born, died when she was one and a half years of age from eating pecans. Daddy's sister was there cracking the nut and feeding her the meat from the nut. Dad arrived home from work and Hazel ran out to meet him. That's when a part of the meat went down her windpipe which finally killed her after a few days. The second born was a boy. He died at birth. Then my second sister was born (third child), my third sister (four child) and then me (the fifth and of course the best). After me came four more. Their gender: 2 M and 2 F. As I write, seven of us are still living. The oldest was born in 1932 and the youngest in 1950. We are all Christian folks who love the Lord and are thankful for each day's blessing. God's grace and love have provided me with a permanent home with Him. You see my life here on earth will not be in vain because Jesus provided me the way to have eternal life with him so I chose to accept that way. |
Genealogy study has taken much of my time and effort over a period of twenty years plus. Some ancestors seem to have disappeared from the face of the earth, but with help from many, the puzzle pieces are slowly coming together. Genealogy is my interest and puzzle pieces are my game. Love in Christ ...
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|Gail and Scott Hannah||Ford|
I found a few more Ford's in Willis Cemetery. Would you like me to transfer them to you? gail
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Worth County edits|
PLease accpt edits I have sent. The info is from the book "The History of Worth County, GA" vol II. thanks, gail
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer & thank you|
Hello again Donald,
Thank you so much for your recent transfer of;
Arthur Vivian Taylor # 41085260
to my care.
I have "reunited" him with his parents and two of his six siblings, I hope you are pleased with what I have been able to add thus far. As I receive more information I will be adding it to OUR shared memorial.
Please accept your edits...from your profile page, top right corner. Will have (number)if there are some. Click and page will open. Click at bottom to approve all. thanks
|Brenda A. Darbyshire||Links|
Please use the links to her parents according to FAGs new way. It is easier and quicker.
|Karen Foster Montgomery||RE: Mossie Caroline Jones Garrett Summerall|
Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001
about Mossie Garrett
Name: Mossie Garrett
Spouse's Name: Lennie C Garrett
Divorce Date: 1928
Certificate Number: 1951
Was the divorce I was referring to in previous message. Although, they show up on following census living together. Which is a puzzle.
Thanks for answering so quickly.
|Karen Foster Montgomery||Mossie Caroline Jones Garrett Summerall|
#53596159, Mossie Garrett Summerall
#30090328, Mossie Caroline Jones Garrett
Mossie Caroline Jones
married Lennie Charney Garrett Abt 1921 and who died in 1940. (Family Search has a submission for their marriage of Feb 24, 1921 in Bristol, TN.)
Mossie Caroline Garrett
married Wilmot Nelson Summerall in Polk County in 1947.
Actually, there is a divorce listed for Lennie Charney Garrett and Mossie in Hernando County, 1928; however, they are found together in subsequent census.
The surname of Summerall brought me to her.
Great Bio thanks for posting Mr. Cowan's memorial
Added by D.J. on Jul 31, 2014 7:00 PM
|C Bozeman||Floyd Benson, GA|
Correction made---thanks very much!
|Winnette||re: Robert Turnbull|
I didn't get to go the funeral either. My husband had a class reunion in another state. Yes, we are related thru the Latimer family. I also went to school with the kids, in particular the girls and went thru his loss with them. I didn't realize Joan and Jean had passed away until Robert died and it was in his obit.
The kids placed a marker for their Dad beside their Mother when she died a few years later. So, as I said, "He Will Never Be Forgotten"!
My brother was retired AF too. His son retired from the NAVY and my son Retired from the USMC.
Semper Fi, Anchors Away and Wild Blue Yonder are wonderful words to me.
Added by Winnette on Jul 20, 2014 10:17 AM
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