|Renee Guy (#47545295)|
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|Wife, Mother and Grandmother. Work in a hospital in a non-medical position. Enjoy researching family history.|
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|Amy Hogan||RE: Cora Weaver Gray|
No, I don't have any information on her. Sorry.
|M. E. Shotwell||RE: Fanny Conerly|
I refer you to the Book 'Descendants of John Connerly ( -1751)NC and Cullen Conerly (ca 1745-1811)NC To The Present 1986' by William A. & Irma Lampton; pages 579, 581, 582 & 671. From Page 581: "After the death of Jacob Dunkin, Frances (Conerly) Dunkin md Jackson Turnage. Luke Ward Conerly's Book 'History of Pike Co MS' pages 42 and 43 states that 'William Walker came from Georgia and married Jane Duncan, a daughter of Cullen (should be Jacob) Duncan and Fanny Duncan, subsequently wife of Elijah Turnage.'" Their children's names are listed on page 582 along with more information. From Page 671: "The 1860 Pike Co., MS Census pg 1 taken June 18, 1860 Post Office: Holmesville, MS lists Jackson Turnage 66 b NC and Frances Turnage 76 b NC. It also states that Jackson Turnage is blind. Frances and Jackson Turnage are in the household of William Guy and Telitha Turnage Guy in 1860." I am sure this book is in the Pike County Library in McComb as well as the Tylertown Library and quite possibly the Mississippi Department of Archives & History Building in Jackson.
|Crystal Freeman||RE: Lillie Stubbs and John Stubbs|
You're welcome and no problem😊
|Bill Grubbs||RE: Grubbs|
Thank you for looking.
|raspberrybee||James Wilson Herndon|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to find, photograph and post the picture of Mr. Herndon's stone. Means a lot to me.
|Mary Renna||RE: James W. McEwen|
Is it in the John Felder Memorial Park or McEwen Cem.? That is mine I am sure. Thank you so much.
|Christopher Beard||Thank You!!|
Thank you so much for the photo of Jacob Reeves' headstone. I really appreciate you taking the time to do so.
It has been years since I was at the cemetery, and have forgotten how to get there. Would love to go again sometime this fall. Could you possibly send me directions to get there? My sister have never been, and would like to take them to William Beard's grave. He is our 2nd great grandfather.
Thank you agin for your help!!
|Owl63||RE: Gladys Day|
You are welcome.
Added by Owl63 on Sep 16, 2014 4:24 PM
|Kay Sturgeon||RE: kay sturgeon|
|Kay Sturgeon||Do I know you|
Are you the same Renee formerly of Balgowlah...Kay Sturgeon email@example.com
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