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Martha Fant
Wm. Frank Coopwood/Mt. Pleasant Cem.
Shelby County, Tenn. Death certificate shows
DOB----April 11, 1893 Mt. Pleasant, Miss.
DOD----March 10, 1948 St. Joseph Hosp. Memphis, TN

Father---Patrick Coopwood
Mother Betty A. McAlexander Coopwood
Buried Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
Added by Martha Fant on Jun 15, 2016 6:23 PM
RE: duplicate find a grave entries
Thanks for your reply. I will try to contact family and see where she is buried. It may take a while. Meanwhile, do you know how they handle the sites if the contributor is deceased.
Added by Karen on May 31, 2016 2:28 PM
Martha Fant
D. B. Mann/Chewalla Cemetery
The Holly Springs Reporter
Holly Springs, Miss.
August 30, 1917

Mr. Daniel Mann Dead

Mr. Daniel Mann died Monday at his home in the Pine Mountain community having reached the ripe old age of 97 years.
The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon by Rev. J. P. Horton and the remains were laid beside loved ones long since gone before in the Chewalla Cemetery.
Mr. Mann is survived by 3 sons, Tom, Ben and Joe Mann and 3 daughters, Mrs. W. O. Porterfield, Mrs. Hugh Tomlinson and Mrs. Kenlock Tomlinson.
He was a good citizen and for more than sixty years a member of the Baptist Church.
The REPORTER joins with friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved relatives.
Added by Martha Fant on May 19, 2016 6:53 PM
duplicate find a grave entries
I am an old family friend and can get more info if needed. But I believe that two entries exist for Patricia Ann Sitzes Roberson. They are 58209852 and 36418902 memorial numbers. What needs to be done?? I am a new member to find a grave contributors and new at this. Thanks for your help!
Added by Karen on May 19, 2016 6:07 PM
Kenneth E. Free II
Free Family
Hi. My name is Kenny Free. I've been researching my [Free] family about three years. I'm to the point where I can dive into Bethlehem Cemetery there in Potts Camp, MS and learn all I can about the area and my family from there. My grandparents, uncle, aunt, great grandfather, and many cousins are buried there. Any and all info to be shared or that you'd be willing to share can be sent to and would be MUCH appreciated. In return, if you need any info, pics, stories, etc to add to your collection, do let me know. I'd be happy to return the favor. Also, are you any relation to Dora Amanda James on the Free Family Tree? Just curious. Hope to talk to ya more soon. And thank you for your diligent records.

Kenny Free
Covington, TN

Added by Kenneth E. Free II on May 09, 2016 4:39 PM
B. F. Clark
Hi, My name is Haley Clark. Benjamin Franklin Clark is my Great-great-great Grandfather. I am recently delving into my paternal genealogy, and would love to get in contact with you if you have any more information.

Thank you for the photo of his headstone!
Added by hsmith20 on Apr 10, 2016 11:53 AM
C Wilson
RE: Julia Smith ~ Webb Hill

You are correct. I'm afraid that I inadvertently confused this family group with another family group on which I was simultaneously working; and I have eliminated the "Patterson" reference from this caption.

Sorry for the error & thanks for the catch.
Added by C Wilson on Feb 08, 2016 6:34 AM
M. A. Claxton
Wiseman transfers
WOW! Thank you so much for your quick response in transferring my great-great-grandparents' memorials to me. I really appreciate all that you did in going to the effort of getting them established.

Mary Ann
Added by M. A. Claxton on Sep 11, 2015 8:57 AM
Cindy Gunderson
Fred and Addie Innis
Fred and Addie Innis were indeed married. They are buried in the Elmwood Cemetery, in Memphis, Tennessee, close by each other, but not together. There are not markers.
Added by Cindy Gunderson on May 26, 2015 12:32 PM
RE: Elizabeth King
Thank you for your reply! I appreciate it!
Added by kayakranger on May 09, 2015 10:29 AM
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