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William Price (#47121479)
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RE: Jefferson Falkner
ahhhhh! So, they put the "U" back in, too! What alot of confusion! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Apr 08, 2015 5:49 PM
Lisa Moorehead
Mary Ann Adams Price
Mary Ann Adams Price is listed is buried in Lamar County, Alabama. She is listed as the wife of Benjamin Franklin Price. These are the names of my Great-Great Grandparents, according to the records my parents have. However, when I look on the listing of her gravesite, my Great Grandfather, John Benjamin "Jack" Price is not listed as one of their children. They are listed as his parents on his site. His birth falls into the same dates as the rest of their children. What information do you have? I am a true novice as I have just started researching for my daughter's genealogy project and as a way to make my dad smile! I am interested in any information that you may have.
Added by Lisa Moorehead on Apr 07, 2015 6:27 PM
Merri Underwood
Jacob Matthew Price #67567688
He is not a child of Washington Monroe Price and Mary Henrietta Beane Price from Itawamaba. I know this to be fact due to my great grandmothers written note of her father (Conrad Chester Price) brother and sisters named. All other children are correctly listed.
Added by Merri Underwood on Mar 10, 2015 9:13 PM
Penny Jackson
Patience and Temperance
Patience Honeycutt and Temperance Stevenson are two different people married to Philip Coker Jr.

Philip Coker married Patience Honeycutt on December 11, 1818 in Alabama

Philip then married Temperance Stevenson Winningham July 20, 1844 in Mississippi

Temperance Stevenson had married James Winningham on Aug 7 1822. Their son was William Wesley Winningham who was married to Mary Amaret Bassett

So Patience Honeycutt most likely died before 1844
Added by Penny Jackson on Mar 05, 2015 6:38 PM
Gordon Houston Holmes
After a week of looking, I am sure we will never see the stone, unless the folks doing the restoration, can locate. Lets hope they do, take care

Added by Gordon Houston Holmes on Jan 22, 2015 5:52 PM
Gordon Houston Holmes
W. Hunnicutt
Hi William, still searching. Ran across the photos today of Hunnicutt family. Will keep you informed of any photos I can find. How did you find that he was buried Central? that might help me research futher. Thanks

Added by Gordon Houston Holmes on Jan 17, 2015 3:13 PM
Charles W. Munro
Sue Vick Arnold
Hi William,

I noticed that you had a photo request for the marker of Sue Arnold. She was my Great Grandmother. Are we connected somehow?

Charles Munro
Added by Charles W. Munro on Jan 06, 2015 4:57 PM
George Ray 86810117
I was wondering if you had a picture of the headstone or any supporting information that he is buried here? Some ancestry members have gone out to look for the headstone and they have not found it.
Added by jremaly on Dec 17, 2014 10:48 AM
Tammy Sartin
Ella Carnathan
I found what I believe to be her grave but the stone is almost unreadable. The stone was between Walter(her son) and Joseph. If you would like me to put the photo on here I will. Just let me know.
Added by Tammy Sartin on Oct 23, 2014 6:15 PM
Ed Hale
RE: Thomas Jefferson Deason
Added by Ed Hale on Oct 18, 2014 5:07 PM
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