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Trudy Jones (#47152653)
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tdaver
RE: Walnut Grove Cemetery
Hi Trudy

Thank you so much for your quick reply. I will just keep on trying and hopefully I will hit the jackpot someday.

Thanks
Todd
Added by tdaver on Feb 13, 2015 9:12 PM
tdaver
Walnut Grove Cemetery
Hi Trudy,

I have been looking for an ancestor for a long time. Without going into details, he was very likely buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery just east of Haleburg, AL. I see that you added an internment from that cemetery about a year ago. I would love to learn more. Can you tell me how many gravestones were still visible? This website only list three people but I am hoping there are many more. Do you by chance know any more about it? Are you in the area or do you know someone who might be able to help me?

Thank you so much for your help,
Todd Averett (Descendant of Churchwell Penuel who owned that land in about 1860).
Added by tdaver on Feb 13, 2015 5:34 PM
Arnold L. Corkins
Ellen Cole
Trudy,

Ellen (Elinor) was the second wife of Robert Cole (b.1819, d.1891)also buried in Mound Cemetery. References for Ellen's death and burial are her death certificate, and obituary which appeared in the Moundridge Journal on September 13, 1917.

Nicknamed "Ella" and "Ellan".
Added by Arnold L. Corkins on May 26, 2014 8:31 PM
Arnold L. Corkins
Ellen Cole
Added by Arnold L. Corkins on May 26, 2014 8:30 PM
Larry E. Barnes
Cole family
Are you researching the Cole family? My Eli Cole and wife Hester (Fincher) Cole were born about 1790 in N.C. and S. C. In 1850, they were in Lincoln Co., Tenessee. By 1854, they were in northern Texas, Grayson Co.
Added by Larry E. Barnes on Apr 05, 2014 6:02 AM
Lynda White
RE: Henry Thomas Jones
Good Morning Trudy,

I am so impressed by the work you have done in recording the Jones family history.

When I followed you down to your husband and son, I understand why.

You have truly honored their memory by recording their history.

My connection with the Jones family is with Cordelia Jones who married Frank Nimocks.

I live in Dallas, but still have family in Mississippi and Gulf Shores Alabama.

Lynda Ferguson White
paaplwhite@sbcglobal.net

I could not get your email to go through.
Added by Lynda White on Sep 15, 2013 8:48 AM
Lynda White
Henry Thomas Jones
Hi Trudy, You have certainly put in a lot of work on your family. God bless you for saving our history. Your pictures are out standing!
Just thought you might want a copy of this obituary. Lynda

Obituary for Henry Thomas Jones, Jr, Veteran.:

MEMPHIS, Tenn. Henry Thomas Jones Jr., 85, died August 4, 2002, at Allen Morgan Health Center in Memphis, Tenn.
Services are Thursday at 11 am at First United Methodist Church. Private burial will be in Memorial Gardens in Columbus.
Mr. Jones retired from United Technologies, formerly American Bosch, where he was head of accounting. He was a World War II and Korean War veteran. He was a member of the Fiorst United Methodist Church and the Country Club. He was a prolific reader and writer and was a member of the Rosicrucian Order.
Survivors include: his wife of over 60 years, Ethel Jones; sons, Tom Jones of Springfield, Ill., Mac Jones of Hoover, Ala., and Phillip Jones of Memphis; sisters, Cordelia Nimocks and Virginia Prestridge, both of Hattiesburg; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Added by Lynda White on Sep 13, 2013 10:28 AM
Patricia Thrasher Waller
Walnut Grove Cemetery
Walnut Grove Cemetery in Haleburg Henry County
Alabama, USA is where my great great grandmother is buried. Are there any other graves out there. I have not been able to find where Martha's daughter, Susan Anna "Queen" is buried. She died sometime between the time she gave birth to my grandmother, in July of 1888-89 and 1900. It is like she was never here. I hope you have seem her grave somewhere. Her father and grandfather are buried in Shorterville Cemetery in Henry County. It appears that Queen may have died in Shelby County. She could have died when my grandmother was born. SS has my grandmother dying in 1889, but her marker has 1988.

I know I am giving way to much on here, but I have been really frustrated not being able to find something concrete. Thanks! Pat
Added by Patricia Thrasher Waller on Feb 28, 2013 1:23 PM
Marilyn Pederson
William F. Hash
Thank you for adding the memorial for Willim F. Hash, memorial number: 68234128, could you please connect him to his parents,

SUSANA BOWMAN HASH, Memorial# 55070450
ZACHERIAH HASH, Memorial# 55069966



Added by Marilyn Pederson on Dec 09, 2011 12:55 PM
Harley Lusher
Pictures
Thank You So Much For your time and the wonderful pictures. Harley Lusher
Added by Harley Lusher on Apr 11, 2011 7:08 PM
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