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|tisanders||RE: Council Stephenson's grave site|
Thank you for the info. I looked on the website with the maps and found it kind of frustrating to use. I didn't see the Stephenson name, but I guess your info is from the book? Anyway, I've copied the info for my notes.
I also looked for my Holmes in Henry County. I found one Holmes, but not necessarily mine. Anyway, I will play around and see what else I can find. Thank you again for telling me about the site.
|tisanders||Edward C. McNiece|
Just wanted to let you know that I located the death certificates of Edward and Alma McNiece. I've linked Eddie to Laura & James McNiece. They died in Arizona.
I have enjoyed reading the bios on your memorials. I am also a Stephenson descendant. My line is Ernest Council Stephenson and his first wife Jackie Ann Nobles, their daughter Mary Elizabeth Stephenson Holmes, her son Council Briant Holmes, his son James Henry Holmes, my mom Margie Nell Holmes Wheeler, then me.
Margaret Elizabeth Touchton Noyes was my half-second cousin, 2x removed.
Is she your mother?
Tina (Wheeler) Sanders
Thanks for the great information. People like you make it very easy to help.
Added by Ralph on Apr 05, 2013 10:37 AM
|John Glassford||Elvira Brown Noyes at Newburyport, Mass.|
re: # 86389191
"Do you have any idea where her sister Caroline might be buried. Caroline also died of typhoid I think in 1849. I would think it would be in the same cemetery. Also a baby. Thomas who died as a baby around 1820."
I have no idea where they could be buried. You may want to click the link on the memorial and see if you can find it on Paul Noyes' website.
|Cat||RE: Sunset Cemetery Valdosta Georgia|
It will take a little while to go back through the pics but I will get it by the weekend hopefully. I do not remember if he was buried with her so I wil try to let you know about by then also. Cat
Added by Cat on Jan 24, 2013 8:29 AM
Council is a family name. However, did you get Camilla from a Bible record?
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