|Geraldine (Elrod) Pollard (#47054872)|
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|Jesse McWhirter||Slave- Jack Pollard- White county|
Geraldine, Do you know any history about him?
The photo has been removed. Apologies for this error. I am related to just about everybody in that cemetery. Troubaughs, Lafevers, etc.
Added by Heattown on Apr 19, 2016 3:20 PM
|Jenevia Clark-Lowery||RE: Marriage Date|
Thanks for the marriage date. I sent you sevral transfers. I'm connected by the Allison's line. My great grandmother had 3 sister's that married into the Allison family. My great grandmother's father, Luther Clark, had several brothers and sisters that married Allisons. Elizabeth "Peggy" Clark, the oldest sister of my great grandmother, married Whilliam Herbert Allison.
Thanks again, Jenevia
|Jenevia Clark-Lowery||G. D. Nash and Ella|
Do you have a marriage date for Green Duke Nash and Mary Ella Hedgecough.
Thanks, Jenevia Clark-Lowery
|Terry Elrod||RE: Thomsd Elrod|
Sorry haven't been on here. I would love to and I will also get my aunt involved she is a family history buff.
If you are not related to the following individuals please transfer them to me. Clyde Andrew LaFevre memorial #39587702, Ethel Lafevre Thomas memorial #39587803, and James Davis Thomas memorial #39587753. Clyde LaFevre and Ethel Thomas were my Great-Uncle and Great-Aunt, my Grandfather's Brother and Sister, and James Thomas was my Great-Uncle by marriage to Ethel. I remember visiting them growing up, and knew them well. I'd like to link them to their parents, my Great-Grandparents, Andrew and Flora Lafever, and my Grandfather Golden Lefevre. I know the last name linking them together is spelled differently, LeFever, LaFevre, LeFevre, but the family's last name underwent a change of spelling during my Grandfather's generation, and I have heard the stories about how the changes happened.
I just received another batch of requests - I'm assuming these must cousins, uncles, aunts, etc. since I've already transferred your grandparents; these fall outside Find A Grave guidelines, but I'll transfer them, because I'm not related at all. I do hope that if someone who is more closely related to these folks (their child, grandchild, sister or brother) requests a transfer from you, you'll make the transfers.
In future, please include your relationship to the deceased on all requests for transfer.
Added by imagal49 on Mar 22, 2013 8:15 AM
I'll gladly transfer any relatives which following Find A Grave guidelines (parents, sibs, spouse, etc). Please send the request for transfers through the edit function of each memorial and include your Find A Grave # in the requests for transfer.
Added by imagal49 on Mar 22, 2013 4:54 AM
Thank you so much!
|Evelyn Jared||Davis Cemetery|
I noticed you posted a picture of Absolom and Mary Elizabeth Davis in the Davis Cemetery. Absolom is my Great Great Grandfather on my dad's side (Ray Davis). Can you give me directions to the Davis Cemetery. I can't figure out where it is except it is close to Virgin Falls.
Thanks so much.
Evelyn Davis Jared
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