|ELAINE PARKS (#47246583)|
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|HAVE BEEN DOING FAMILY GENEALOGY FOR OVER 20 YEARS. SPECIAL RESEARCH ON SILMON, BEARDEN, SKAINS, IN MY UNION PARISH FAMILY.|
FOR THE PARKS FAMILY I AM ACTIVELY SEARCHING FOR PARKS, ROBERSON, ECKLES, COOK AND SPENCER FAMILY IN UNION PARISH, LA.
SPENCER PRIVATE CEMETERY
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|Elizabeth Nealy||RE: JAMES HENRY NEELY|
Yes mam! He was my daddy. He past away December 13, 2009 from cancer. I attached is obit so you could get his info.
Henry Nealy, 75, of Bradley, Arkansas died Sunday, December 13, 2009 at his home. He was born February 3, 1934 in Mer Rouge, Louisiana to the late James Henry Nealy, Sr. and Linnie Hazel (Triggs) Bottoms and was also preceded in death by his nephew, William Morgan.
Survivors are his wife, Rayette Nealy of Bradley, Arkansas; sons, Steven Ritchie and wife Kristie of San Antonio, Texas, Clay Nealy and wife Tonya of Star City, Arkansas, Jamey Nealy and wife Gina of Star City, Arkansas, David Wayne Adkison and wife Amber of Bradley, Arkansas; daughters, Misty Williams and husband James of Bradley, Arkansas, Elizabeth Nealy and Jeannie Nealy both of Bradley, Arkansas; honorary daughter, Jeanie Callicot of Fayetteville, Arkansas; twelve grandchildren and three honorary grandchildren; sister, Francis Morgan of Bastrop, Louisiana; brother-in-law, Richard Baker and wife Rosemary of Sarepta, Louisiana; sister-in-law, Kay Weems and husband Terry of Bradley, Arkansas; and special friend, Teresa Webb of Nashville, Arkansas.
|Molly Clark||Newton-Dunaway Cemetery|
I was hoping you could help me out. There is a photo request for Newton-Dunaway Cemetery, which is in Union County just outside of El Dorado, AR. I would love to fulfill this request but I can not find the cemetery! I noticed that you took pictures there so I was hoping you could point me in the right direction.
It's listed as being on Champagnolle Road and near Quinn Road. Can you help me?
|Cindy Tebbetts Germany||RE: CHARLES PARKS|
You are very welcone. I have a lot of other Parks photos to enter in Mt Olivet. They were all near Charles & Josie's markers.
|Ron Manley||RE: MRS REBECCA E MOORE SPENCER|
Actually, it IS corrected now when I checked.
|Sue Foster||Hugo Sisson|
Thank you so much for the picture of my Grandfather's headstone. I rarely get back to that area and I really do appreciate all that you do for families that live far away and can't get back as often as they would like.
|Sue Foster||Hugo Sisson|
|D Strickland||RE: MATTIE GRICE AND CLYDE SWEENEY|
Oh yes everyone in this cemetery has a link to my family. It was a family community in its time. I would very well appreciate any photos that you have to send me at my regular email address email@example.com
Thanks alot for contacting me..
|D Strickland||RE: MATTIE GRICE/CLYDE SWEENEY|
Which memorials are they so that I may look them up on my records??
|David C. Dyess||RE: JESSE L. RIGBY, JR.|
You are welcome, glad I could be of help.
|Emma Lou Price||RE: E. R. BLANKS|
Elaine, thanks for your contact. I am afraid I cannot be of much help. The 1880 census shows Ervin Ralph Blanks to be a farmer. He lived in
Toomsuba, Lauderdale County, MS and that is a very rural area.
I checked my database for the names you mentioned, but did not find any of them.
I lived in Lauderdale County, MS most of my life,
but moved to Wyoming last year to be near my daughter. Keep digging and good luck!
Emma Lou Burt Price
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