|Audrey Vodehnal (#47139031)|
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|Joann Lee||Adrian Lee|
Good Evening Audrey. My name is Joann Lee Evans. I'm wondering if you could share with me where you found Adrian's Mother and Father's names listed? I have an Erastus Lee as my GR Gr Gr Grandfather Who Married a Eliza also No where can I link Adrians father Erastu to mine but they were about the same age and boyh married to a Eliza (Elizabeth). My email is JLEvans53@gmail.com
I look forward to hearing from you,
Best Regards Joann Lee Evans
|Jimmy Stoner||John James Rea McCorkle|
I tried to Edit the date of Death for John.
His Nephew (Wm Asa McCorkle, 18) wrote in a
letter to his parents that his Uncle John had
died the first day of June, 1862. William was at
John's bedside when John died. John's brother,
Arch came into the tent just a few minutes
later. The other Brother, George, had been in
earlier, but left a few minutes before John died
|B Hunt||RE: Thank you|
You are welcome, Audrey! I noticed you have one more request in that cemetery. It is rather large at 20,000+ graves but if you can get a location by calling the cemetery, I will try to find that one when I get over that way again.
Added by B Hunt on Nov 10, 2015 2:13 PM
Thanks for the info regarding Freelove Perkins at Maple Grove Cemetery.I was able to add more info to her memorial.
|Judy Barbour||RE: THANKS JUDY|
You're welcome, I'm glad to help.
|Deb 113||To anyone watching Edward G. Brooks|
There is a connection between myself and Edward G. Brooks.
I am a granddaughter of Archie H. Chapman.
His daughter, with his first wife, was Miss Georgia Mae Chapman, the loving widow of Edward.
I was four when my grandfather died. My grandmother never spoke of his life before her. It was only later that I learned the truth.
I have looked at census and newspaper records. I have felt a great weight of sadness. To see what a short time they had to enjoy married life. To think of such a lonely, bitter cup.
I believe in providence. That God's providence can take things that are awful, and shameful and bring out of the ashes something of refined beauty.
I am leaving a message here because it will be public, and perhaps the right person or people will see it and leave word.
Added by Deb 113 on Apr 06, 2015 10:20 AM
|Lea Harris||Thank You|