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|Ricca Marsh||Joshua Hammac|
Hi, I was wondering if you could link Joshua Hammac #57858077 to his parents
Joshua S. Hammac #28593335
Margaret Jane Merritt Hammac #57858115
I went to the Poston Cemetery today and searched every grave, I found Knowles and Poston graves but none for Rebecca Ann Poston Knowles. Her daughters grave,Queen Victoria Franklin and any of the unreadable graves were photographed. QVF's grave mentions she is the daughter of Daniel and Becky Ann Poston Knowles. I think you also requested James Blackmon. I photographed his grave and his brother James. I am sorry I could not find your grandmother.
Added by CFG on Jul 26, 2014 4:19 PM
|Debra Woods||Pallie Ann Redmond Manning|
There is another Memorial for Pallie Ann Manning. It is the same person they just do not have her maiden name. They also have her buried at Pfeiffer's Mill Cemetery. Created by: Sue Smith Ferranti
Record added: Feb 10, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13311005
These should be merged and whichever Cemetery this is called should be corrected.
|Footprintseeker||Find A Grave Memorial# 29920808|
Burial: Lottie United Methodist Church Cemetery
Im a little stumped on something and thought I'd ask for your help. On this listing, you show Frances Berneice "Fannie" Poston with a maiden name of Leavins. I had no reason to question this until I found her death index info. awhile ago, which stated differently. I list it below and await your reply. Thanks, Sherry
Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974
Name: Fannie Poston
Birth Date: abt 1894
Death Date: 20 Aug 1946
Death Place: Bay Minette, Baldwin, Alabama
Death Age: 52
Marital Status: Married
Father Name: Bud Lewis
Mother Name: Josephine Lewis
Spouse Name: W H Poston
FHL Film Number: 1908809
Hello I filled your request for Ruth Poston. I noticed the back of the stone was military info on her husband William. I took a picture but didn't post it to her memorial. Would be happy to email it to you or post it on Find a Grave. let me know. Amy
Added by cj on Oct 13, 2010 4:37 PM
|Sherline||Mary E. White Hammac|
If you are from the Poston/Chancery-Chancey line we are kin. I notice Mary E. White didnt have year of birth I have the year as 1843 from some old records.
If you would like you can e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Sherline on Sep 22, 2010 5:14 PM
|Douglas Agerton||High Pine|
High Pine Is on private land. I have permission from both the owner Mrs Locke and her husbands nephew which is the adjoining land owner to access. The way that I have always used is totally blocked and just learned of the back way in. My son Jason walked in two weekends ago and stated several trees are down in and around graves. My Grandfathers mother was a Flowers
|Jimbob BillyJoe||Old Poston Cemetery in Baldwin County, Alabama|
There is a photo request in the Old Poston Cemetery. I went looking for information on the cemetery, trying to find it, but the only hits I got on Google is your entries for the cemetery, here on Find A Grave.
I understand that in many cases "old" cemeteries are named by the people who surveyed the cemetery and with no cemetery name to go on, they assign it a name based on the oldest graves in the cemetery. Is this the case with this cemetery, or do you have other information?
Also, I found that there were old two Poston families living in Baldwin County in the 1920 census, both living in the Perdido/Lottie area, so I assume cemetery is in that area. Do you have any directions to this cemetery? Any assistance would be much appreciated!
|MINI||Concord Cemetery and May family graves|
In addition to Galena and Carlos May, we took photos of the following May family members:
James 1834-1918, Frances 1838-1920, Andrew 1883-1969, Tessie 1891-1965, Herman 1914-1976, Andrew 1855-1932 and Ellen 1863-1947.
Their photos have been submitted to their pages.
Added by MINI on Oct 25, 2009 1:05 PM
We were happy to be able to help with the photo of Dollie's grave. Gotta say we're sorry we couldn't succeed with the pictures in the High Pine Cemetery. We tried three old dirt roads and I was just sure we were going to get stuck out there in the MIDDLE OF NOWHERE. The property seems to be timber land now and it's apparently being leased by a hunting club that has access almost completely closed off. Maybe someone with a 4-wheel drive vehicle will give it a try for you. Hunting season is about to open though so it may be a good idea to wait a bit.
Added by Claire on Aug 31, 2009 12:39 PM
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