|Joyce Rye Kasberg (#47602318)|
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Born and raised in the (Rye Beat Area) Hamilton, Alabama, State Hwy.17-S, about 1 1/2 miles from these COOPER Cemeteries, located off of Marion County Hwy 22 near Cooper Free Will Baptist Church.|
This Cooper Cemetery was originaly called "JOHNSON GRAVEYARD" in memory of the first burial: Jane Johnson who was buried ca. 1877, where she loved to play.
I am Sec/Tres for the Cooper Cemeteries Perpetual Care Fund. I have kept an updated burial list for these cemeteries now for 20 plus years. The list includes name, dates, parents and spouses if known.
The 3rd Sunday in May is the Memorial Day for these Cemeteries.
I have been researching Family Genealogy for the past 30 Years.
My Families: Rye, Bowling, Harris, Brown, Lockhart, Stacy, Dill, Liles, Jones, Brown, Earnest. Cook, Blount, Stell, Clifton, Sims, Vining, Sims, Ashcraft, Babb, Robertson, Waldrop, James.
My Husband's Families:
Kasberg, Ertel, Schmeddinghoff, Gutmann.
Pelton, Kinkead, Poovey, Newman, McDaniel, Sparks, Willeford, Abernathy.
Concering Links, Corrections and Transfer Request:
Please use the "EDIT" on each memorial that way I have the memorial number and the contributor number, it makes it much easier to update, make links or transfer. For a transfer please state your connection to the memorial.
Please DO NOT leave Family Names and Memorial Numbers with a flower or token, PLEASE edit the memorial and I will be more than glad to make the links, Thanks.
Thanks to those contributors who have left flowers or tokens on my memorials. I enjoy seeing and reading them.
Many "THANKS" to Charlotte Bradley Dupree and NativePride for now helping with Find A Grave Memorials.
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|RHONDA TERRELL||Thomas "Tom" Terrell|
Thank you for posting this. I've always wondered where he was buried.
|junebug||Harris family (Marion co, AL) questions...|
RE # 35477078 and # 35476967
This is not my direct line and I was trying to find
an A. D. Holman and her sister R. N. (maybe she
was Rebecca N.?)… children of D. Holman and an
Anyway, they may've both married a Ballard. Although
the years are wrong, since Anzero seems to have been
married to Thomas C. Harris.
Anyway, when I found your Anzero (Holman) Harris
and husband Thomas in the Ballard Cemetery...
I wondered if you knew if 1) Anzero had a sister with
the initials R. N.? 2) If she, or they, married him? and
3) When R. N. passed and where she was buried?
Its a real long shot, so thanks for even thinking about it.
Thanks for your findAgrave work too.
1870 Census Township 13, Montgomery, AL
1880 Census Union Academy, Montgomery, AL
Added by junebug on Jul 15, 2014 7:02 AM
|Karen Grimm||Casson Family|
Thank you for transferring the memorial for Thomas Barrington Casson. Much appreciated!
|Karen Grimm||Ann Elizabeth Wheeler Casson|
I found the findagrave.com site for Thomas B Casson's wife Ann Elizabeth Wheeler Casson. It is Memorial# 100334673. I hope you can link him to his first wife. He was also married to Clara Walrath and Jennie/Jane Squires. I have not found their memorials yet. Thomas Casson is Find A Grave Memorial# 105271775.
|Karen Grimm||Elizabeth Hopkins Casson|
I'm writing because I believe you are incorrect about the maiden name of Elizabeth who married Thomas Casson. According to bible records, she was a Wheeler. I'm working on the Wheeler line and was confused by your inclusion of Elizabeth Hopkins was Thomas' wife. He was married three times. I believe Elizabeth Hopkins was the sister of Hugh Wheeler. She appears repeatedly in various census records with his family. 1855 NY census in Buffalo as Elizabeth Badger and then later after having married EL Hopkins and being widowed again. Just so you don't confuse folks, I thought we should talk about who she might have been.
|Angel||Hubert Henderson Anglin|
Hello, I was searching for my daddy's friend from WWII and was wondering if Mr. Anglin is him. The Hubert or Herbert Anglin would have been from Corinth, Mississippi during the time of the war. Thank you for any information you may have.
Added by Angel on May 26, 2014 8:32 PM
|Rita Goss||Old Brown Cemetery in Lamar Coun ty|
We are headed camping near the location of the Old Brown Cemetery and I thought I would go and walk through and see what I can find out about my relatives.
I think that you graciously sent me direction a few months back but I can not find them now. If it's not too much trouble can you send them again? My email address is email@example.com.
Thanks very much,
Made those corrections. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Malinda on Apr 01, 2014 6:03 AM
|Wanda Quinn Bradford||Jackson memorial|
Thank you so much for the transfer! :-)
|Rita Goss||RE: Old Brown Cemetery (Lamar County)|
I would love to hear back from you concerning our families. I bet you have lots of info that I don't have. Please allow about a week or more as we have a medical problem going on at this time.
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