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|Donna Chisum Fountain||RE: Maybe DeLoach|
I went online after reading your message and saw where Joyce English from Crenshaw county had gone there and described the tombstone as being in the middle Wm and Emily's tombstone.
March 3, 1997 letter from Joyce English, P. O. Box 309, Rutledge, Al. 36071. "I went to the Pilgrim Rest Cemetery this morning and here is what I found. About 75 ft. from the gate at the County Road 77, about 1 mile south of Dozier, in Covington County. Two stones that read: Wm. Deloach born in Marion Dist. S. C. 3-5-1815 Died 12-1-1899. His grave had a concrete slab over the top of grave. His stone had been broken into four pieces, someone had laid it on top of the slab, and placed it back together except one piece was missing. There was enough left to get readings from. It was approx. 3 foot tall with a engravings : Open Bible with script written Holy Bible, under that was a Masonic emblem. About two foot from his right was a grave which was Emily DeLoach Born 4-5-1849 Died 9-7-1920 age 71 yr. 5 mo. 2 days "Gone but not forgotten" at the top of the stone was written (SISTER). In between their graves was another stone which said Born 9-5-1892 Died 12-31-1904. It was broken. The top was missing which had the name on it. It could have been another stone from another grave because it was laying about middle way of both their graves, turned opposite from theirs. P.S. I have been to that grave & have pictures of all stones. Mutt Did William & EMILY have CHILDREN? I saw a deed that had William DeLoach on it and it was dated after Wm. died. Emily also bought land and it was deeded to her and her heirs. This was Crenshaw Co., Al.
|Donna Chisum Fountain||RE: DeLoach Family|
I did a pretty through search for tombstones the last two times I went there..but that doesn't mean that I didn't overlook it..will go back over the week end and check again..the tombstone might have fallen and gotten covered up. If you think she is there, go ahead and add her.
|Oliver||RE: Leila Rickard|
You are welcome!
Added by Oliver on Mar 19, 2015 12:03 PM
|Oliver||RE: Stone for Alton Rickard|
You are welcome!
Added by Oliver on Mar 13, 2015 6:00 PM
|Doy G||RE: Ezekiel Williams|
I am back home now, so can look at this. I have 2 Ezekiel Williamses in my database. One born 1780 and the other 1850. Will you email me at email@example.com to further discuss this?
Added by Doy G on Mar 09, 2015 12:13 PM
I'm sorry, but I don't have a different picture or remember any Star of David. Happy Searching. Debby
Added by Debbyღ on Jan 05, 2015 11:29 AM
|Donna Chisum Fountain||RE: Nancy Jeter|
I found this yesterday at LDS Family Search:
Name: William F Crew
Event Type: Pension
Event Date: 1895
Event Place: Alabama
Spouse's Name: Nancy F Crew
Affiliate Publication Title: Index to Indian Wars Pension Files,1892-1926 , Affiliate Publication Number: T318 , Affiliate Film Number: 3 , GS Film number: 821612 , Digital Folder Number: 005246529 , Image Number: 02606
|Donna Chisum Fountain||RE: Memorial for Nancy Stewart Jeter|
According to her daughter's death record: Gussie Lovenia Crew Harrelson, Nancy Jeter married a William F. Crew
Name: Gussie Louvenia Harrison
[Gussie Louvenia Crew]
Birth Date: abt 1877
Death Date: 26 Apr 1956
Death Place: Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama
Death Age: 79
Father Name: William F Crew
Mother Name: Nancy Jeter
FHL Film Number: 1908908
Her obit identifies her as Nancy F. Crew.
|Anita||Rufus Scott- Photo Request|
I just took pictures for your photo request. I also have a copy of the Southwest City Cemetery book. It has some of the records of the Nichols Brothers Funeral Service. The records have Rufus listed. I thought you might like the info.
Scott, Rufus Lafayette, b. june 7, 1855 in Missouri; d. Nov. 6, 1933 at Neosho, Mo. of strangulated hernia, following operation; resided Southwest City; farmer; parent John Scott b. Tennessee; married Mary Scoot; bur Southwest City Cemetery.
Hope this helps. If I can be anymore help please let me know. Anita
Added by Anita on May 31, 2014 1:00 PM
|Shane Schuenemeyer||RE: Mary Israel and Children|
You are very welcome! Glad I could help.
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