|Jenmay||RE: John Miller|
You are very welcome. I am 100 percent sure this is the right stone. I am just so glad I was able to help you.
Added by Jenmay on Nov 28, 2015 8:34 AM
|Tim Bear||RE: J.T. Palmer|
Added by Tim Bear on Oct 19, 2014 1:19 PM
|Diane Carmichael Blank||Palmer Ancestry|
I have been working with another descendant of John Houston Palmer on an outline of his ancestry based on the best information that we have collected to date. This would also be Jesse Tillman Palmer's ancestry. I would be interested to know if anyone has evidence to support or disprove this information. If you would email me (see my profile), I will send you a copy.
|Diane Carmichael Blank||Jesse Tillman Palmer|
I am a descendant of Jesse's brother John Houston Palmer, Sr.
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||Elizabeth Barr|
I certainly can't make out the tombstone enough to tell. So, I'm going to take your word for this and have changed it to Barr. I've made a notation in the bio section of the alternate spelling of Baehr.
|Dan Gwinn||Samuel and Catherine Hornberger|
Samuel and Catherine are my direct ancestors, so I'm going to hold on to them. If there is something you would like me to add, I would be happy to do so. Do you descend from Adam Hornberger? I've never been able to get beyond Samuel in my research on the Hornberger's.
I have transfered both your grandparents, and great grandparents. If there are other's that belong to you, that you would like transfered, please don't heistate to let me know. I feel the memorials are better care for by family!
|Rachel's mom||Adam Jr.|
I have transferred Adam's memorial to you.
|Rachel's mom||RE: Spangler graves in Orient Feeble Minded Cemetery|
You are welcome. Yes, feeble-minded is a sad name, especially when the first graves were before there was ever an institution there. It had been a family graveyard. Many of the graves just have numbers, no names. They are from the prisoners who have died there. It is now a prison.
|J Lowery||Caroline Williamson Dorough|
I will delete this memorial. My information came from one of the authors of book on the Dorough family, "The Descendents of Abner B. Dorough"
He work at the Alabama History and Archives in Montgomery, Alabama and helped me with the Dorrough family line for several years till his passing.
Add the information so a connect could be made to relative.
Added by J Lowery on Jun 06, 2013 5:35 AM
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