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|Packers Fan||Joyce Marie Williams-Jeffery|
Joyce Marie Jeffery died on May 25, 2015
|Rickey "Rick" Boult||TRANSFERS|
I wanted to thank you so very much for the BOLT family transfers.
Very much appreciated.
|H. Martin Soward, III||Reverend Freeman Smalley|
Hi, I want to thank you for your efforts on findagrave. You are helping countless people in their search for family graves. If I may, I would like to suggest a change for memorial 38438601 for Reverend Freeman Smalley in Morris Cemetery, Mapleton, Bourbon County, Kansas. I am a Smalley descendant and have researched the family for many years. In that time I have found many documents and references to Reverend Freeman Smalley but none of them indicate that he had a middle name or initial. I do not think that Jasper was his middle name and I do not think he had one. No primary sources indicate a middle name for him. He did have a son whose name was Freeman Jasper Smalley and that may be where the confusion originates. I would like to request that you eliminate the middle name of Jasper for Reverend Freeman Smalley. Thank you for your consideration.
H. Martin Soward, III
|debra shannon weldon||Smalley's|
My GG Grandmother was married to Moses Smalley. Her name was Mariah Louisa Ellen Freeman. She used several versions of her names over the years. I would be happy to send you more information in private email.
|Jacquie Demsky Wilson||RE: Freeman Smalley|
Thank you for getting back to me!
The city of Round Rock, Texas has a Local Legend presentation each year. The Local Legend Award recognizes individuals, families, businesses, groups, publications, or organizations that have had a positive and lasting impact on the culture, development, and history of Round Rock. This year Rev. Freeman Smalley will be one of the 3 recipients of this award. I am helping the city of Round Rock in finding descendants to attend the upcoming presentation. If you live in the Round Rock area or know of any family members still in this area, please let me know. I am collecting the names & addresses to pass on to the City Council. Your help is greatly appreciated. Time is running out though, I need to get any names to the City within the next 2 days. For more info on the award, go to: http://www.roundrocktexas.gov/home/index.asp?page=1266.
I hope to hear from you soon!
|Jacquie Demsky Wilson||Freeman Smalley|
Are you by any chance a descendent of Freeman Smalley? If so, please contact me. Thank you!
|Bryan Davis||RE: Ezells|
Yes that information and connection would be great. Francis Fannie Warr is GGG Aunt. I will be happy to manage that findagrave.
Do you have any headstone or more information on the Ezells. They are my GGG grandparents.
|Johnnie Dale Massey Norris||Hello|
I just heard about Find A Grave from a friend and became a member. I have a grandfather buried in the New Hope Cemetery near San Augustine, Tx. He is George Massey. Granddaddy Massey died when I was about 2 years old. He had married Hattie Beasley of New Hope and they divorced.
His son, John A. Massey, was my father. John "Buddy" Massey died in 1957 and is buried in Orange, TX. He married, Dorothy Christopher in 1945. She lived in New Hope from the first grade until ninth grade and moved back to Alazan in Nacogdoches.
My daddy's sister, Annie Lucille Massey, was married at one time to Ceril Balch, who may be your relative. She also married Joe Howell. Both of these marriages ended in divorce. Joe Howell remarried and had a son, J.L., who goes to church with me here in Nacogdoches.
John and Dorothy Massey only had two children, myself and my brother, Chris Massey. We both live in Nacogdoches.
I will enjoy showing this sight to my children and grandchildren. Thank you.
Johnnie Dale Massey Norris
|robin hixon||smalley family, morris cemetery bourbon co ks|
checked for photos, and didn't find any. I entered from library records, so I guess I better go find this cemetery since there is no cemetery photo, we bourbon county photographers must be skipping this cemetery. I'll try in the next couple weeks to locate the cemetery and your family headstones.
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