|Joe W Tippit Sr (#47318840)|
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I have done family research for over 30 years. I have 16,900+ names in my family tree database. Someone asked, "When will you be finished?" My answer, "The day I die." Then someone can post my memorial at Little River - Wilson Valley Cemetery.|
Paternal Names: Tippit, Roberts, Brundrett, Collard, Cook, Cash, Stanford, Davis, and others.
Maternal Names: Henderson, Johnson, Marks, Pricer, Gallman, McGregor, Sanders, Thornton, Robertson, and more.
Wife's Family: Moseley, Crow, Grubbs, Adams, Veal, Mabry, Clinard, Baird, and more.
Cemeteries of Interest:
Little River - Wilson Valley, I have three sir-names that have five consecutive generations buried there. One of those sir-names has a 7th generation buried there. There will be the 6th generation buried there, but none of us have died yet.
Other Bell County Cemeteries have my kin buried there. Dyess Grove, Dyess Family, Holland, Bellwood, Hillcrest, Greathouse, North Belton, and others.
Milam County: Locklin, Walkers Creek, and others.
Houston Area: Woodlawn, Houston National, and others.
A great disappointment is the "Unmarked Grave". Too many times we have a strong idea were someone is buried, but how do we know for sure?
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|Joshua Johnson||Hattie Juanita Westberry Tippit|
Dear Mr. Tippit,
I was wondering if U where directly related to Junita Westberry Tippitt as I am looking for direct info and photos on her family Thanks Joshua Johnson
|Hallcreation||Anna Francis "Frankie" Morgan/Blaylock|
Well Mr. Joe!! Thank you for transferring her to me. I will enjoy knowing you have her in your family tree also, even if it is by marriage!!!
Thanks for being a FindAGrave'r !!!
Carolyn in Arizona
|Nancy Leshikar Hébert||Shiller Photos|
Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to find the graves, take the photos and post them. I greatly appreciate it. Nancy
|Dave & Lois Ashworth||Bland Family|
Hello Joe, My name is Dave Ashworth. I have spent many years doing family history research. Only recently have my wife and I discovered the death record for Ida Laura [Bland] Tippit. I am descended through her sister, Lucy Ellen Bland and their parents, Calvin Bland & Julia Caroline Chenault (or Chennault). Lucy E. Bland married James Jesse Grimes. Their daughter, Annie Laura Grimes married Robert S. J. Hicks. Their daughter, Hattie Pearl Hicks was my grandmother who married Ernesto Vasquez Ashworth. Their son, Billy Austin Ashworth, Sr. was my father who married my mother, Nora Anne O'Drain. I am their 2nd born son of four sons. I was hoping you might have some stories or photos of Calvin Bland & his wife, Julia Caroline Chenault. Really interested in learning all I can about my family. Love to hear from you.
|Randall Gibson||Icy May Tippit Quinn|
Hello, my name is Randall Gibson. I manage Greathouse Cemetery. I was looking through the records and we have a Icy May Murray with the same date of birth and date of death. It could just be a coincidence. Thought you might want to know. Thanks!
|Sheila||Doner "Donie" Nichols Mears Jones|
IF Mary Davis Nichols died in 1882 (as her hed stone states), and IF Doner was born in June 1882, THEN this Doner MAY actually be the daughter of Virgil and Mary Nichols, AND NOT the daughter of Virgil and Dora, as previously noted.
Just food for thought :-)
Added by Sheila on Dec 08, 2012 6:20 PM
NICHOLS CEMETERY - RAPIDES PARISH
From Alexandria, take LA Hwy. 28 West toward Leesville. About 3.0 miles
past Gardner, turn left onto Nichols Cemetery Road. Go 1.5 miles to end of
the road. This cemetery is fenced and well maintained, with beds of
flowers and concrete benches. There are many unmarked burials scattered
throughout the cemetery, as well as small concrete markers to designate
unmarked burials. Those will not be listed here.
According to local residents, this cemetery was founded about ten years
before the Civil War by the Nichols Family. John and James Nichols bought
fought in the war, and they donated the land for the burial ground.
Throughout the years, it has been cared for and improved by the Nichols
family, including providing a well in order to water the flowers and
shrubs. This is also the site of the annual Nichols Family Reunion and
Tombstone inscriptions were recorded by Mary Parker Partain March 1990, and
submitted by Jane Parker McManus on 28 January 2000.
Added by Sheila on Dec 08, 2012 1:55 AM
|Maggie Ripke||RE: Winifred Tippit|
Hey Joe, Good to hear from you. I do not know where Winnifred Tippit Carroll is buried. Spring Hill Cemetery was established 1852. I think Winnifred passed away about 1843 if not before. I will try to sent you a private email later today.
|Cyndi Wiseman||RE: Thaddeus & Sarah Tippit Holt|
Thank you for the names of the eight children of Thaddeus and Sarah Tippit Holt. You are welcome to send me more information as you find it, but please use the 'Edit' tab on each memorial to send the information. Public messages don't contain the direct links to the memorials.
Thanks very much!
That is something special!! I think there should be a day to honor Mr. Tippit, for being where he was when he was. Tell your grandson my heart goes out to him, and I pray that he makes it through each day safe and sound doing his job. I have many relatives in the law enforcement. I pray they always make it home in good hands.
Have a good day.
Added by June on Oct 28, 2012 10:08 AM
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