|John Armistead (#47168106)|
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I have been active in genealogy for over twenty years tracing my father's family from Virginia and the Carolinas through Alabama and Mississippi to Louisiana. Three generations of my Armistead family are buried in Coushatta, LA. My Moseley family narrative was printed in The Heritage of Butler County Alabama in 2003.|
My mother's family, Wilson and Philabaum, migrated from Pennsylvania through Ohio to Indiana.
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Hi John! Unfortunately I do not have any more information for Elsie. I input her burial information based on information I received from the cemetery records. Sorry I can't be of more help!
Added by Tiffany on Apr 20, 2016 3:34 PM
|jane Mangum||Thanks- 115221285|
Link made- would you like for me to transfer to you. Jane
|Tom||RE: Grace Wilson Kerr|
If you would like them transferred to you I will do so. Also I will try to get pictures on them this week, assuming it doesn't snow again!
Added by Tom on Mar 10, 2014 9:00 AM
|Gayle Basaldu||RE: Moseley family link|
My pleasure to link Wilmarine to the Moseley family graves. I so loved my Aunt Wilmarine! She was such a sweet and kind lady! Her sister, Sybil, lived in the Mosely home on Renfro in Burleson, Tx. The house was located behind Aunt Wilmarine and Uncle Lennie's house. My grandfather, Winifred Perry Clark, was Lennie's older brother. Wilmarine and Walterine Mosely were twins. Lennie and Marie Clark were twins. They were all in class together in school. Twins married twin.
Would love to have any information or photos of Aunt Wilmarine's family. I have some but can always enjoy more.
|Charlene McGowan||RE: Sybil Moseley|
There wouldn't be. He's married to my daughter who is a Flowers. Robert Moseley from Dallas.
|Charlene McGowan||Sybil Moseley|
I have transferred this memorial. My son-in-law is a Moseley. I wonder if you are kin.
|Robert D. Walker||Children born in Alabama|
Long time since we heard from each other.
Your record shows only three off the children born in Alabama, I show four! Madison, W.J., Sylvester and Cora,(Carrie). Let me know if I've erred!
|Gone Gravin ★||RE: Thomas Collins Wilson|
You're welcome, John! Sometimes those files can be JACKPOTS!
|Gone Gravin ★||RE: Obituary for Julia Wilson|
Hi John, as I noted in the message, it came from the Muncie Daily News, November 1, 1881. I can send it to you if you want. Pretty much any source can have errors. You would know what name appears in your research. I just wanted to make sure you saw the different name.