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Black Family
Thank you so much for the photos. Great job on this family. LA
Added by LALORI ADAMS on Jan 18, 2015 11:36 PM
Thank you so much for the photos. LA
Added by LALORI ADAMS on Jan 18, 2015 5:41 PM
Sonja Patricia Foster Warmath
RE: Helen Lagasse
I linked Helen to her Mother and Father...
I remember both Helen & Harvey Ray... they were my Mom & Dad's very good friends... My Mom was the one that told me how she and Dad started dating. Dad was at Harvey Ray & Helen's house and saw Mom walking down the street and he told Helen he wanted to meet her.
They were married within the year...

It was a pleasant surprise to run across Helen & Harvey Ray's grave site when I was visiting my Mom and Dad's graves. I plan to go back to Forest HIll South and take more pictures. I have a lot of family members buried there.
Take care,
Added by Sonja Patricia Foster War... on Apr 23, 2014 8:20 PM
Eureka Native
RE: Mildred Hope
Mary, Thanks so much for linking Mildred to her parents. I really appreciate it!
Added by Eureka Native on Oct 25, 2013 10:49 AM
Added by LALORI ADAMS on Oct 22, 2013 1:49 PM
Melody Roswell
RE: McMullen Family
Mary that is great news. Yes, My email address is: I am so happy that you can help me. If there isn't a memorial for these people "McMullen" then I will be more than happy to make them up, just let me know alright? I have been doing genealogy for a very long time but when I found this site I was totally elated because I use to have to go around to find our loved ones. People back in the early 80's thought I was nuts taking pictures of headstones! But it acts as a legal document now if you don't have anything else to go on. Some of the names are: Cullen b. 1794, his first wife Abigail b. 1793. Some of their children as well should be just like William is there. They lived in Charleston or around that area for years and I would venture to say maybe some still do. I have been trying very hard to put this together for a friend who has grandchildren asking questions about their heritage now. And our western schools have always asked about family trees in the past and still continue to do so now. So it wouldn't surprise me if his grandchildren on working on this type of a project now. But even if they aren't they still want to know and with Ray McMullen's permission I have started his line for him off of what he put up on But pictures are not going to be put up there from me. I don't have access to his tree as far as an editor goes. But I need to have what he has so I can copy his work into an FTM so it can be downloaded to a disc for him and his family so it will be put into a three ringed binder for his grandchildren to view as time gets close for those kids to be able to do their trees.
Again many thanks for your help!
Added by Melody Roswell on Sep 27, 2013 8:08 PM
Melody Roswell
McMullen Family
Since you know this cemetery and have been there is William there also? I would have thought that maybe they would be beside each other. I know that there has to be other McMullen's in that cemetery, would it be a possibility if I gave you my email address for you to make contact with the cemetery to see if any of the names that I have that might be buried there are on their list there? We can not find Cullen McMullen and know that he was a plantation owner, his wife Abigail Whitehead/McMullen was his first wife but he also had a concubine by the name of Harriet who had children by him in Louisiana. So he traveled back and forth. I would greatly appreciate this as I live over 2,000 miles from where this is taking place at and needless to say I don't even know where this cemetery is at. Looks like a very quiet and peaceful place to rest though.
Thanks a million and one times over.
Added by Melody Roswell on Sep 27, 2013 7:16 PM
Melody Roswell
Alice Seawright McMullen
Thank you so much for taking the photo of this gravestone! Very much appreciate the time and effort that has gone into this!
Added by Melody Roswell on Sep 27, 2013 7:02 PM
Diane Rowe
Thank you so much for the picture of my Uncle Bob and Aunt Jessie's tombstone.
Added by Diane Rowe on Sep 25, 2013 3:55 PM
Beth Austin
Laurah Brannon Photo
Thank you so much for the nice photo. I really appreciate your time and effort!
Added by Beth Austin on Sep 17, 2013 3:05 PM
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