|Jstafford||RE: Mary Eddins|
Benjamin Eddins & Mary Clampitt Eddins had a daughter Mary Adaline Clampitt Bayless. She was born in 1839 and died in 1917. According to death records she died in New Market, Madison County Alabama. I have yet to research which Bayless she married. I'm not sure she is buried there. Since there are only 6 graves...who knows where she is buried. Again, thank you ever so much! It looks like a wonderful spot judging from the photo. Tranquil! I just so appreciate you!
Sue, thank you so very much for the photograph of Mary Eddins headstone. I truly appreciate your effort and your kindness! She is my 4th great grandmother. Mary Ann Clampitt Eddins. She married Benjamin Eddins. Daughter of Nathan Arnett Clampitt and Susannah Graves. Susannah Graves came to Texas in Stephen F. Austin's second colony and is listed as a Daughter of the Texas Republic.
|Karen Beauchamp Harris||Garrett Headstones|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get these pictures for me. I appreciate all the effort you made.
Karen Beauchamp Harris
|Betty Evans||Flossie Lee Dubois Self|
Thank you for taking this picture for me. Flossie is a member of my extended family.
Thank you looking for his gravestone!
Added by Terry on Aug 23, 2012 12:03 PM
|Fredrick Tucker||Aldridge grave|
Thanks so much for so promptly providing a pic of the Aldridge marker---you're the best!
|jayne schrimsher||William Purnell Owen|
Thank you for taking your time to try and locate this grave.
Thank you so much for taking the picture of my father's grave. My husband has used it for my family tree.
|Cherry Baucham||RE: Samuel Turner Headstone|
Think You.He may not have a head stone.It was back in the 18oo and I am not sure if they put one
|C Dean||HANSELMAN HEADSTONE|
Thank you so much for the photos of Adam and Ann Hanselman's headstone. The pictures are lovely.
Added by C Dean on Apr 14, 2009 9:51 AM
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