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Andrina S Womack (#47094428)
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Bio Photo Compiler of David Williams of Saint Mark's Parish South Carolina. The Burch from Burchwood, Lynkinshire. I only consider myself a compiler as a lot of different people sent me their research. Mind you I did double check and did research of my own and sometimes my research differed from theirs'. Case in point I put in a request to photograph a tombstone and it turns out she was in a totally different cemetery and the dates of birth and death were totally different from what everybody else said.

Currently working on the Blackwell's. It's very important to double check on facts. I've had people totally forget to tell me about a brother or sister who died when they were small and they didn't make it into the book. In a lot of cases I found the child and they will make it into the next book.

Also don't forget just because you found an obit doesn't mean that everybody else didn't find the obit. Don't forget that people mess up obits and names on the coffin. I've seen it happen, even to my own cousin. Don't forget that obits are valuable pieces of information. World War Registration cards are full of valuable information. Birth certificates can have the wrong info on them as in point of case my mother's has her step-mother/aunt as her mother because her mother was living in 1910 but not in 1920 and social security would not accept her mother as being dead and her aunt marrying her father the year before the next census.

Misspelling of names is a fact of life. People being upset thinking you shouldn't use obits and newspaper articles. Where do you think genealogy societies tell you to look for info?
I believe in advertising for relatives. Even if I turn out to be wrong in the person I'm looking for it doesn't mean that I'm not right. If you don't look you will never find. Case in point, I just found one lady that was consistently in the census as male. If I hadn't of found her death certificate by accident I would never have known about her.

I've had people tell me that the whole cemetery is listed and yet when you drive by a gravestone and it's not in the cemeteries records keep in mind somebody might have just misfiled it or in several cases misspelled it.

Have researched families for over 30 years. Will do research for fee.
Please add memorial number when you email me so I can find it easier.
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Karen Flynn
RE: Mary Rowell
Thanks for making the edit. Yes, we have four Mary Rowell's at Tabernacle Cemetery.
Added by Karen Flynn on Oct 16, 2014 4:49 PM
Dena Marshall
RE: Blackwell family
I am interested in sharing info on the Blackwell side. However, my husband and I just moved from Miami, FL to Bartlett, TN. I will be overwhelmed with settling in for about a month or so and then I will be back into genealogy.

Dena Marshall
denamarshall4@gmail.com
Added by Dena Marshall on Oct 14, 2014 1:47 PM
Peachy Pringle
RE: Alice Tidwell Chapman
You're welcome.
Interesting that both death dates begin 11 Apr.
I couldn't find an obit for her in the New Orleans or Baton Rouge newspapers.
Added by Peachy Pringle on Sep 06, 2014 6:14 PM
Peachy Pringle
Alice Chapman - Woodland Cemetery
We are headed to Kentwood to take pictures on Saturday. I saw your note about Alice Tidwell Chapman's dates.
I see on FamilySearch that they say
1882 - 11 Apr 1938
BUT the Louisiana Archives says
1894 - 11 Apr 1950
agreeing with the Find A Grave memorial page.
http://www.sos.la.gov/HistoricalResources/ResearchHistoricalRecords/LocateHistoricalRecords/Pages/LouisianaDeathRecords.aspx
It will be interesting to see what the stone says.
Added by Peachy Pringle on Sep 04, 2014 12:11 PM
Mike & Bushy Hartman
Rosa Mitchum Law, 82
Hi,
I am sorry I cannot post any obits after 1922 due to copyright laws, Find A Grave does not allow it. If you make a abbreviated version leaving out all living names I can then post it.
Thank you for your patience.
Sincerely
Bushy
Added by Mike & Bushy Hartman on Aug 27, 2014 2:07 PM
Rhonda Witwer
RE: Amy Blackwell Leigh
Thanks for your note. I also took pictures of the Leigh gravestones in the vicinity of Amy Blackwell Leigh today. Thought you'd be interested in knowing about them. I'm stunned that some of the gravestones from the early 1800s are still readable! I hope these pictures are helpful for you.
Cheers,
Rhonda
Added by Rhonda Witwer on Aug 24, 2014 8:41 PM
Mary Agnes Hammett
Re: Emma Feigler Williams request, Roselawn, Baton Rouge, LA
In the same plot are:

Elton ELmo Dixon 1918-2003
Emma Feigler Williams 1888-1964
James A Williams 1886-1966
Victor H Williams 1917-1976 (maybe Howard)

Don't know if and/or how related. Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Jul 30, 2014 9:28 AM
Henry Boore
RE: McIver family
You are welcome. I am glad I could help.

Henry Boore
Added by Henry Boore on Jul 26, 2014 6:59 AM
Charlotte Hardamon Coble
RE: John Leonidas Goodman
Ok go to #88063132 for Stella; #46296018 for Leonora and William Preston is in Heath Cemetery with his parents...
Added by Charlotte Hardamon Coble on Jul 12, 2014 3:30 PM
Charlotte Hardamon Coble
blackwells
If my memory serves me correctly....there are lots of Blackwell in Cass co txt and Miller ark. I did a lot of that family...I have the Cass co txt historical books which gives me a huge amt. Of info.
Added by Charlotte Hardamon Coble on Jul 12, 2014 3:20 PM
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