|Mary Joy (#47008152)|
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My name is Mary Joy Wylie Jopes, daughter of Davis G. and Stella Gully Wylie. My brother is Jack Gully Wylie. My husband is Terrell Emerson Jopes, son of Guy E. and Legon Megehee Jopes. He has one sister, Sylvia Jopes Sanders. Most all of my relatives are from Kemper, Winston and Choctaw Counties in Mississippi while Terrell is kin to many Pearl River County, MS, families. |
We have five children between us: Samuel Cole Jopes, Lisa Jopes Subat, Paul Wylie Cooper, Anna Cooper Cash and Amy Cooper Frierson. Also ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
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|gisworqer||RE: Katherine Rouse Weiler, #83365939|
|Marcie Cuevas Turnbough||RE: Rudolph P. Whitney|
Thank you for the information. I was not sure where I got this from but is was obviously incorrect. Thanks again, Marcie
|DannyBryant77||Wiliam Aultman Whitfield|
Mrs. Mary, I was able to get a copy of the Whitfield Family book. (1992) Mrs. Patricia Sheffield Whitfield Let me borrow her copy. I'm Adding all the information to Ancestry.com. I keep finding 2 William Aultman Whitfields. 1) William "Bill" 1829-1911 He is the son of seabron. He is not the Question. 2) William 1852-1898. Is he the son of Seabron and Hester Stockstill Whitfield? He is not in the whitfield book.
|Kevin K. Slatten||Thornton Brown|
Hi, Ms. Mary:
Thank you for the family bio of G-G Uncle Thornton. I connected Nancy Jane and Leonard. Thanks to Danny (#47596587) for the reminder to do so!
Kizsirah Brown Bedgood's GG Grandson
|Debbie Cannon||RE: John Eugene and Georgia Evelyn Stokes|
Your welcome. I grew up going to Coy Methodist Church and when I first got involved with Find A Grave, there were only about 195 interments there so I took pictures of all the tombstones and added the rest of the interments. Still have a few to add but can't read the stones. Will have to go back and do rubbings of those.
Glad to help. This has been a worthwhile project.
|Debbie Cannon||Gully Gravesites|
Hey Mary Joy,
You are very welcome. My Mother is a Fulton and she grew up at Coy and we grew up going to church there every Sunday. My grandmother was a Stokes, so I am related to all the Fulton's buried there and most, if not all the Stokes.
I was glad to get the pictures. The Find A Grave site for Coy had very few interments, so I have added the majority of the people that are now listed there and now have about 350 more names to add to this cemetery.
The Gully graves were a little difficult because they are small, almost flat headstones, so you have to walk all the rows to find.
If you need anything else, please let me know. Hopefully in the next few weeks, Coy Cemetery will be complete!
|Alice||RE: Relationship link for Penelope Hodges Gully|
Added by Alice on Apr 09, 2012 5:18 PM
|Alice||Relationship link for Penelope Hodges Gully|
Please add a relationship link to Penelope Hodges Gully #29433010 at New Hope Cemetery to show her father to be Capt Philemon Hodges #46616186. Thanks.
Added by Alice on Apr 07, 2012 4:19 AM
|Ernest Rucker||Adam Bell|
I also researched for his wife, but the only thing that I can find is a record of their marriage which was recorded in Ann Brown's "Jeffferson County Mississippi, Cemeeteries, Etc., Volume II" p. 65.
This page also records his tombstone as being in an area with" no identifiable lot markers".
There may be open space next to him, but that could be for a variety of reasons as this is the older portions of the cemetery.
Ann Brown's survey of the Fayette Cemetery was completed in 1994/5,
|searcher||RE: Ida Wnston Wylie Shaw Treadway|
I will look for her again under the name Ida Shaw. I know there are some Shaws in that cemetery.
Added by searcher on Jan 11, 2012 6:54 PM
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