|Wretha Avery (#47582309)|
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|renee dey||Fred and Peachy Englebert|
Hello there, I am trying to locate someone who knows for sure where Peachy and her husband are buried. I have always been told they were buried on their sons farm. But I see someone put a tombstone for them at the Antioch Baptist Cemetery. So, my information may be wrong and I am trying to find clarification. Is there any way you can assist me. Renee Dey
|Chris Gautney||RE: Minnie L. Crawford|
I am just walking the cemeteries.
|Emma Parker||Little Hurricane Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the pics. You have been a great help. Have a blessed day.
|Reba Chunn||Eula Mae Abbott|
It was a typo.. She was born 1905 died 1938
Thank you so much for the transfer!
|Deborah Mackey||Marion Banks & Beckey Mackey|
Hi Wretha, If you don't mind, I would like to transfer the management for their graves. My ID is 48069596. If you ever see Annie Bell Creamer (maiden name Swindle), please let me know. She's my father's maternal grandmother. We've never found her grave. She died in 1910 and my grandmother was just a baby. She's died at age 90 and never knew where she was buried. They lived in the same Kellerman, Cottondale, Tuscaloosa are so I keep hoping. Thanks again for all your wonderful work.
|Deborah Mackey||RE: Marion Mackey|
I was going to write you the day I found the listing but I was at work and got busy. Anyway, please accept my sincere thanks for finding Marion & Beckey's grave. They are my my paternal great grandparents. My dad, Woodrow Wilson Mackey, is 82. He kept saying he thought they were buried at Antioch cemetery but he hasn't been there in decades. I don't live in AL anymore so it's hard to go looking for my ancestors.
What you do is very hard work. It is wonderful that you do this. Your generosity will affect so many people, both now & in the future.
I don't have the commitment that you do but in a round about way, I helped someone find 3 of their relatives. I spent the last year indexing (more plotting than anything else) Patton Chapel Cemetery in Hoover. That's where my immediate family is or will be buried. I got very attached to the people buried there, especially the ones that didn't seem to have families. Those were mainly children which made it more poignant. I finally posted the list on Find A Grave a couple of weeks ago. I was amazed to get a request for 3 photos just a couple of days later. It was a young woman looking for 2 children & their uncle. I now know who they are, not just names & dates. They aren't lost anymore. It's an amazing feeling.
Please know that you have done THAT for me. My great grandparents aren't lost anymore. It means more than words can express.
|Gerbig||RE: Rosa Cotton|
Thanks. I corrected the dates.
Added by Gerbig on Jun 12, 2013 5:09 PM
|Rhonda_RMS||RE: William Rolen|
|Nancy Poppin Umland||RE: George Herring|
Hi Wretha...........sorry I'm not related to George. My family belongs to the Ellards. I have a stack of obits from 20 years ago that I am transcribing and posting.
Thank you for responding.
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