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Paul Nichols (#47389909)
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I am new to genealogy. Born in Mississippi, grew up in Northeast Alabama, live in Northern California. Surnames of interest: Nichols, Weekley, Fickling, Miner, Rollings, Hastings, Gaston, Traylor, Williams, Ashbey, and related families.
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Connie Brooks Heskett
RE: 109054386
Thank you Paul, Merry Christmas to you and your family
Added by Connie Brooks Heskett on Dec 24, 2014 7:53 AM
Connie Brooks Heskett
RE: 109054386
Thank you Paul and Merry Christmas to you and your family Connie
Added by Connie Brooks Heskett on Dec 24, 2014 7:51 AM
Connie Brooks Heskett
109054386
Hi Paul, My Gr.Father George August Anderson has 2 memorials. Would you be able to remove this one for me. I got a message from someone from find a grave telling me I need to merge them. I put alot of information on the other one so please delete this one. 109054386. Thank You Paul. Connie Brooks Heskett
Added by Connie Brooks Heskett on Dec 23, 2014 6:34 PM
Meredith Mitchell Clapper
Harriett Hawkins 73656803
Paul,

It wasn't linked when I looked yesterday--someone else in my research group must have also requested it through the first husband's memorial.

Sorry for the confusion.

Regards,
Meredith
Added by Meredith Mitchell Clapper on Oct 01, 2014 7:20 AM
Meredith Mitchell Clapper
73656803 Harriett Ann Davis Pittman Hawkins
Please link with first husband, Escar Pittman # 73111387.

Thanks,
Meredith
Added by Meredith Mitchell Clapper on Sep 30, 2014 1:34 PM
Sandra Newell
RE: Raymond Phillip Weekley
Thank you for the response. I have struggled with this particular problem and if I find a solutions I will definitely share.
Sandra Newell
Added by Sandra Newell on Jun 27, 2014 5:59 AM
Sandra Newell
Raymond Phillip Weekley
On the information regarding Raymond Phillip Weekley (1932-1992) Barrancas National Cemetery in Escambia County florida, I have the following questions, parents are listed as a Charles H Weekley and Mary.
There were two Raymond Weekleys in Escambia County Florida in the time period of Raymond's birth.
Raymond, son of Charles H and Mary Weekley as appears on the Florida 1945 State Census and Raymond, son of Louis and Dessie (Odessa)Weekly on the Florida 1845 Census.
On the 1940 US Census, for Florida there is a Raymond Weekley in the household of Louis and Beulah Weekley.
Do have any evidence to support the listing of Charles Henry Weekley and Mary Edna Peake.
I am trying to separate these two families as the mother of My Raymond Weekley, is Beulah Odessa (Dessie) Crooke Weekley.
Thank you for any information you can provide.
Sandra -- newell6984@embarqmail.com
Added by Sandra Newell on Jun 26, 2014 9:26 AM
Dan Silva
RE: Augustus C. Ludlow - bio
Thanks, I deleted that. I think it was meant for another memorial and I accidentally put it on that one.
Added by Dan Silva on Jun 15, 2014 6:20 PM
Robert Tyree, Sr
Willingham
Thanks for your response! I have my email on my bio page but do not see yours. Please send me an email with your contact info and I look VERY forward to learning from you!
Robert
Added by Robert Tyree, Sr on May 06, 2014 7:27 AM
Robert Tyree, Sr
Hello Paul
I am just learning genealogy as well. Stumbled on this site and found a great deal of info on the Nichols family that I knew very little about. My great Grandmother, Sallie Nichols married Dr. Henry J Willingham, and is burried in our 4 sections of the Florence (AL) Cemetery. Would like to know more of the Nichols family. Sallie was the daughter of Christopher Bass Nichols and Matilda Beasley Gaston Nichols and had 7 siblings. Looks like she and Henry J Willingham both lived in Clay County before and a brief period after marriage. Dr. Willingham came to Florence in 1913 and was President of Florence State Teachers College (now Univ of North Alabama).
Thanks for your contributions to this site..
Added by Robert Tyree, Sr on Apr 30, 2014 7:24 AM
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