RE: Mahala Fullen I am looking for a picture of Mahala Fullen/ West, which was James H Fullen's mother. I have the info for 1880 that she was living close with the Reed's. She is also not buried with her husband William H Fullen either, which is in Jackson, Coal Ohio either?
RE: William Dickess Kristy, That's ok. I couldn't remember who you were related to there. Fran and I went out there yesterday, trying to finish up taking all the stones and entering names. My relation is distant. Once we get them all in, I think that will finish it off.
RE: Murnahan Cemetery Kristy, I did not get your message until after I had been out there looking. Will go down another day. Yes we can get the little metal for this lady. Her name is Pam Steele and she says Edward is her 5th great grandfather. I personally don't know her. I met her thru the Lawrence County Register on facebook. I don't know if you belong to this group? Thanks for getting back to me. Becky
Murnahan Cemetery Kristy where is that cemetery? I see you put tombstone pictures on Find A Grave for Edward Murnahan from there. A 5th great grand daughter wants to put a military tombstone for him since he served in War of 1812. I'm driving down to LAWCO tomorrow to do some cemetery work with my cousin Fran. Thanks, Becky
RE: M. V Stumbo at Bald Knob Kristy, James H. Fullen was in the Civil War and is buried at Woodland and I have the stone in my ancestry tree. I'm related thru Minta Annas husband Alley Nance who married my great grand aunt, Jane Wilson after Minta Anna died of TB. her death cert. has her buried at New Zion but not recorded on Find A Grave. I live up here in Cols. and can't just run out there like you can. I don't have Mahala or Lorenzo as children. I have Netta who married a Reed, Amanda, Minta, Sarah, Charles, Alva, William and Delbert but there could have been more. Becky Do you have records linking those others? Would be glad to know and add them to my tree.