|Heidi Stephens (#47417973)|
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I became interested in the genealogy of my mother's family, and started researching various sites. One of those sites lead me to Findagrave, and I've been hooked ever since.|
My family links are Reavis (Campbell County, Ga.), Bagwell & Robertson (both of Calhoun County, Ms.), Mitchell, McMichael and Willingham (Coweta & Henry Counties, Ga.).
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|F Chambers||RE: Loreana Elrod|
I have linked her to her father's memorial. F.A.G. has a quirky policy in that you can link a child to a parent but not a parent to a child. I wish they would change that. When you want the creator of a child's memorial to link the parents, all you need to do is use the "Edit" tab at the upper right of the child's memorial, "Suggest a correction..." and ask them to add the link by giving them the parents' memorial numbers.
I am transferring this memorial to you since I am not related. Let me know if you find others and I will be glad to transfer.
|Carolyn Wrenn Harvey||Photos of T. & Ruth Foster|
Thanks so very much for the photos that you took at my request. I appreciate all that you do for find-a-grave. Thanks again, Carolyn W. Harvey
|oleta davis||RE: Joseph L. Robertson|
He was my gr gr grandfather and I live close to where he is buried. I had his Civil War marker put up. He was married to Mary Louise Elizabeth. Some say she was a Womack. I have no proof of this but I did find Womack listed as a mother on one of her sons death cerificates. It is so confusing because many of her grandchildren who were my great grandfather and his brothers and sisters say she was an Indian. One of her grandchildren from a different line said she was Choctaw. One of her sons applied to the Choctaw Indians for help for her in her old age. She is buried in Lauderdale Co.at Meridian, MS where at the time she was a patient in the EMSH which is a charity Hospital. I fouund from the records there that she died on July 15,1909 there in the hospital. Some people say that he wasn't buried at Turkey Creek Church in Calhoun County, MS but I and all my family knew where he was buried. His daughter Emily Frances was my gr grandmother. I hope this will help you. I don't know for sure who his father was although some say Joseph W. Robertson. I have been unable to find proof of this.
|Sharon Rogers O'Neill||RE: John Martin Key|
Thanks! I would very much like the additional photos. I think you can add them now. If not, please let me know. Thanks again.
|Patti Lee||RE: Margaret Patrick Mathews|
Thanks for the photo. I know how hard some of these are to photograph. I appreciate it! Patti
|Sharon Rogers O'Neill||John Key Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of John Key's marker! Wow, I can't believe I finally have seen the picture. I have visited that cemetery but we had only a short time and couldn't locate the grave. Was it difficult to find? Again, thank you very much. John was the brother of my gg-grandfather.
Best regards from Michigan ... Sharon
|Martha Jean Holmes Saint Grimes||Tony Reavis|
Thanks for the sponsorship and as I see it, you should have this memorial. Your welcome for inputting it in Find A Grave.