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R Boren (#47133703)
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Betty Finley
Chinns Chapel Cemetery
Hello,

I have sent you information for addition to some of your memorials and you have never added it. You don't seem to be very active, so I wondered if you would transfer your memorials in Chinns Chapel Cemetery to me. I maintain most of the memorials in Chinn's Chapel and would like to update them as needed. My number is #46793398.


If you do not wish to transfer them, would you please add the information I have sent? I will be glad to resend it if necessary.


Thank you for your cooperation.

Betty Finley
Added by Betty Finley on Jun 29, 2013 7:14 AM
Wilson Farnham
J.C. Williams' obit
After a brief illness, J.C. Williams died at the home of his son near Lewisville, Tex., on December 4, 1927, aged eighty-seven years. He was born at Selma, Alabama, February 29, 1840, and moved to Mississippi in 1859, locating at Montrose. He enlisted in the Confederate service at Garlandville in 1861 serving with Company I, 20th Mississippi Regiment, Adam's Brigade, Loring's Division, Johnston's Army, and took part in several hard-fought battles; was in the battle of Richmond Hill, after which he was sent to Fort Donelson, where he was captured, and sent to Camp Douglas Prison and held there for eight months, being exchanged in September, 1862. He afterwards joined Johnston at Jackson, Miss., and was in the siege of Vicksburg, the battles of New Hope Church, Big Sandy, and at Franklin, Tenn., and surrendured at Greensboro, N.C.
Comrade Williams was known as a faithful friend to all whith whom he came in contact, and he will be greatly missed. He was a faithful member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and a member of Sul Ross Camp, U.C.V., at Denton, Tex. This comrade will be remembered as the one who walked from Dallas, Tex., to Macon, Ga., in 1912, at the age of seventy-two, the distance being over nine hundred miles.
Surviving him are a son and three daughters, also several grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
(W.M. McCreless, Lewisville, Tex.)

This was found in the Confederate Veteran Magazine, 1927
Added by Wilson Farnham on May 11, 2012 4:37 PM
mgbstyle65
Brody Williams
Thank you very much for adding the info and the transfer.

Betty
Added by mgbstyle65 on Mar 07, 2011 4:57 PM
Betty Finley
Brody Asea Williams
Would you please add the following to his memorial?

Son of Jamey Williams and Taylor Moseley.

Thanks very much.

Betty Finley
Added by Betty Finley on Mar 06, 2011 8:25 AM
Betty Finley
Edith Painter
Thanks ever so much for the transfer and thanks for the information you put on Find-A-Grave.
Added by Betty Finley on Jul 28, 2010 10:30 AM
Clara SoRelle Perry
RE: gentry photos
THE PHOTOS ARE REALLY GOOD THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR GETTING THEM. I APPRECIATE IT. CLARA
Added by Clara SoRelle Perry on Jun 08, 2009 11:34 PM
Clara SoRelle Perry
gentry photos
THE PHOTO OF LENA GENTRYS HEADSTONE WAS PUT ON VERA MCALESTER GENTRYS MEMORIAL SITE,
THANKS FOR TAKING THE PHOTOS .THEY ARE VERY NICE ,
Added by Clara SoRelle Perry on Jun 08, 2009 11:59 AM
Clara SoRelle Perry
gentrys in crossroads cemeyert
Hello . no photos have been posted on any of the 5 gentrys located there. thank you for taking them .. I appreciate it very much. Clara
Added by Clara SoRelle Perry on Jun 04, 2009 2:59 PM
dwelch
RE: Photo request
Thank you for the photo. All the information I have on this man name him as Blake Faulkner. I don't know where the "Thomas" came from.
Added by dwelch on May 31, 2009 11:13 AM
 

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