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Mary LOIS Anderson-Moore-Davis|
Born/Mobile,al.to John ALVIN ANDERSON/DORISJEAN WISEMAN Born Nov.1954
I have 2 girls Sandra LiAnne Moore-Ladner-june 5 1972
Gina Marie Moore-Shavers-april 7 1974
1-son Eddie Ray Moore jr.-1976-1976
all of Gulfport,Ms.
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|Rose Chandler Royals||Lena|
No, I'm sorry that I never knew her. I live in Decatur and sometimes brouse around in cemeteries. I try to put flowers on new discoveries on Find A Grave when I find them.
|Jim Fullilove||RE: finley cemetery harrison county ms.|
Where do your Allens come from. I come from Allens in the Attala County,MS area.
|Cousins by the Dozens||RE: anderson|
Alvin Shelley Anderson is buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville, FL born about 1912, died February 20, 1941
|Cousins by the Dozens||RE: alvin shalley anderson|
Memorial# 58368974 I found him. He was buried Feb. 22, 1941 at Evergreen Cemetery in Jacksonville, Duval County, FL. Hope this helps.
|Rose Chandler Royals||lena marie|
I'm sorry that I don't remember the circumstances
of my visit to Lena's site. Sometimes when I have time I go thru and try to leave flowers for other sites. Others have always been so kind to leave tokens on my loved ones sites and I enjoy doing the same. Take care and if you have time, please leave a token for my beloved husband, William Ray Royals.
|Andie Parrish||RE: Shelby A. Anderson|
Yes, this is a duplicate. I have alerted the person who created it and who also put the deceased person in the wrong cemetery.
I am in touch with this contributor all the time, because of him creating duplicates. I wish people would do a search before creating memorials.
Thank you for letting me know.
|WiseCountyTexas||RE: gerald davis|
From the Wise County Messenger
Moss, Sheila Joy
Funeral for Sheila Joy Moss, 58, of Saginaw was to be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, at Laurel Land Memorial Chapel in Fort Worth. Burial was to follow at Laurel Land Memorial Park.
Moss died Sunday, Aug. 14, 2005, in Saginaw.
Born Aug. 27, 1946, in Decatur to Marie and C.R. Young Sr., she was an assisitant manager. She was outgoing and loved to sing and dance. She had several collections, among them clowns and baseball cards.
Sheila was a past regent of W.O.T.M, chapter 287, Fort Worth Lodge No. 1100. She was also a member of the First Baptist Church of Blue Mound.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Carl James Young.
She is survived by her husband, Earl Moss, of Saginaw; three sons, Dewayne Davis and Jeff Moss and wife, JoAnn, all of Fort Worth, and Rex Davis and wife, Mary, of Biloxi, Miss.; a daughter, Sheritta Whisenant and husband, Ken, of Springtown; two stepsons, Mike Moss and wife, Melody, of Burleson and Ricky Moss of Fort Worth; three stepdaughters, Sherri Feather and husband, Neal, of Fort Worth, and Terri Bedell and Alisha Self and husband, Doyle, all of Burleson; two brothers, Dusty and C.R. Young Jr., both of Fort Worth; a sister, Linda Huggins of Fort Worth; her parents; 10 grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.
The family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society.
Published Thursday, August 18, 2005
|WiseCountyTexas||RE: harvey gerald davis|
I didn't find it in our clippings from the Wise County Messenger or in the Bridgeport Index for 1968. All of those papers that we have are indexed on page http://www.wisecountytexas.info/bridgeportindex/1968-names.htm
|Ed Stallings||RE: New Delisle cemetery|
If I have this wrong, then I'm sorry. I contacted Mr. Dan Ellis who is a local expert and has written books about the area, and he confirmed to me that the New Delisle cemetery is the same cemetery as St. Stevens. Here is the email that I received from him:
Re: Delisle CemeteryWednesday, July 1, 2009 6:04 AM
From: "Dan Ellis"
#1 St Stephens yes, or New Cemetery, predominantly Black and descendants of Old Cemetery burials
#2 Old Cemetery -- all early settlers, predominantly French
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 7:59 PM
Subject: Delisle Cemetery
I have a question about Delisle Cemetery. I found a reference to an old cemetery and a new cemetery. The old cemetery appears to be the one at the end of Notre Dame Ave, and the "new" one is referenced as being north of Kiln-Pineville Rd.
Actually there are two questions:
1) Is the new cemetery the one called St Stephens?
2) Could locals call the older section of Delisle old Delisle?
|GP - Searcher||RE: eaton|
I will check when I get a chance. Glen
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