|Linda Pack Clemmons (#47014950)|
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My Daddy took this picture and named it "Home made hair cut". My brother, who was 2 years older than me, had just given me the new hair style. When Daddy asked me what happened I told him but I also assured him that I said "Thank you" when my brother had finished.|
I do research on several family names: Pack, Preston, Wheeler, Ward, Scott, Smith, also on my husband's side: Clemmons, Edrington, Kessler, Marshall, Heilman, Duvall, Stickley.
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|Lynne Harrington-Bullock||My mistake...|
In my excitement, I just realized that you were not the creator for the memorials for my great grandparents; I apologize. Though my gratitude for your photos of their burial sites is just as great. Lynne Harrington-Bullock
|Lynne Harrington-Bullock||Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!|
Thank you soooo much for the photos and the creation of the memorials for my paternal great-great-grandfather, Wingfield Bullock (Memorial #:102168895) and my great-grandparents, W.C. Bullock (William Craig; (Memorial#: 102861500) and Nannie B. Bullock ( Memorial#: 102861408). I have been searching for such a long time, without success, to discover where they were buried. By any chance, are you related to them, too? If not, would you consider transferring the management of their memorials over to me? Either way, I would like to add further information to their memorials.
Thank you, again, and I look forward to hearing from you.
|Glenn Wallace||RE: Hays R. Poole|
Thank you, Linda... I moved Hays over to Grove Hill!
|Bill Turner||RE: Stone Repair|
Thank you for the information. I will email him right now.
|donn1e||RE: Stone Repair|
Thanks for the heads up Linda! You're wonderful. People ask me stuff like this all the time and I never know what to tell them. Now I do! Thanks so much.
Added by donn1e on Mar 02, 2013 4:48 PM
|Bunnygirl||RE: Campbell-Bayse Cemetery|
Hi Linda...I didn't request them. I don't remember if someone did. Bev
|Ron White||RE: Napoleon Edrington White|
To answer your question about are we related in some way .. I at this time have never seen the surname Edrington in any of my research that would tie my White line to the Edrington family.
However I have always wonder where did they come up with the name Napoleon Edrington White... No other ancestors had that name so maybe someone they knew, or someone that did something special for them, that my g grandparents honored them by naming their son after them..
My g grandparents John Nelson and Mary Catherine Ladymon White were living near Dalton, Randolph Co., Ar. when my grandfather Napoleon "Dock" Edrington White was born 25 Jan 1887 (#8 of 10 children)
Do you know of any Edrington family members living in or around that area during that time?
|Mark Stigers||Asa C Tucker|
If you get out there it would be great. I was there a few years ago and did not find anything but did not know where to start either, alot of grave stones there.
Thanks in advance for your time.
Thanks a lot for going out and taking the pictures and posting them.
Added by CeM on Dec 10, 2012 8:26 AM
|Robert Adlet||RE: Bergen Farm Cemetery|
There are two burials logged at this cemetery. Geneaology Girl made the memorial page for Francis Montfort. I researched the other burial Hendrick Banta 1718-1805 and found the burial info comes from the book: "A Frisian Family, the Banta Genealogy: descentants of Epke Jacobse, who came from Friesland, Netherlands, to New Amsterdam February 1659" by Theodore M Banta @1893 page 58 states: "Henry Banta died in 1805, aged 87 years, and was buried on George Bergens farm in Shelby Co., devises his property to his widow, Ann."
I can attach a copy of the page if you want to give me an email address.
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