|Suzie K (#47663197)|
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Hello I'm Suzie K|
I am a Genealogy/History buff. I'm finally getting some time to start documenting the cemeteries in my area. I'm really excited about it because I don't think any one should be forgotten. I'm trying to post any information I can find, however there maybe mistakes.
I may be able to help you obtain copies of documents from this area. I will be glad to transfer a memorial if you believe it is your family member and you have something to contribute to or correct on the memorial.
Thanks to all the volunteers that have helped me find my family. Wish me luck, I hope I can do the same for others.
Blessings to you and yours
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|B G Nipp||RE: Woodville Cemetery|
I think I will continue your work this spring and together we will have everyone with a true memorial. Thank you for your hard work!
Added by B G Nipp on Mar 11, 2015 3:25 PM
|Becky Feaster||Rev. SBO Wilson and wife Louisa|
Thank you so much for these pictures. Is it one monument with Louisa on one side and Samuel on the other? Would you mind if I use your photos in my public Ancestry tree, giving you full credit of course?
|Patti Lee||RE: Tennie Partee Memorial# 115316801|
Thanks Suzie for all the updates. This cemetery has some of my husband's family buried in it. I first went to the area with my husband's uncle, Joe Tucker, in 1978. I had my 10 month-old daughter with me and Uncle Joe was helping me with some genealogy. We drove by the cemetery and you couldn't even tell it was a cemetery. Just kudzu covered weeds and high grass. He dropped me off at the courthouse and he went back to see if he could find his grandmother's grave. See, he had actually lived across the street from the cemetery for many years and knew where those graves were supposed to be. He came back sometime later, very hot, sweaty and red in the face. He had gotten lost in the kudzu and had a hard time getting out! I thought he was going to have a heart attack! We knew we were out of luck with that place. But, luckily, many years later, someone decided to try and save it. They cleaned it up and cared for it. We were able to find my husband's great-grandmother, Ida May Landrum Majors and his great-grandfather's 2nd wife, Matilda Pope Milner Majors over near the ditch. With the erosion we saw they may not be there anymore. Sorry for the long story, but anyway, please continue to sent anything you think may help identify people, I am always glad to add it. Patti
|Southerngal||RE: Francis A|
Thanks so very much.
If I can ever help you just let me know.
Thank you so much, Suzie. That was very kind of you to make the transfers for me. Still working on getting well!
Added by Remember on Oct 27, 2014 8:18 PM
|Waunita M Herron||Holcomb family|
Thank you for the many Holcomb relatives that you transfered. Many are descendants of my GG grandmother Patience Pelton Holcomb.
|PPC||RE: Newman, Ishmael|
Hi Suzie, Thank you for sending the obituary. May I ask if you have the "source" for the obituary, as I would like to include that as well? Thank you so much for all you do for Find A Grave! PPC
Added by PPC on Oct 26, 2014 3:23 PM
I sent you an email about a transfer goof I made. Did you get the email?
Added by Remember on Oct 26, 2014 12:18 PM
|Peggy Pickens-Trojan||RE: Jennette E|
Thanks but I do not believe this is my direct family line.
Thank you very much for the heads up on Alma. ALL of he Daniel/Daniels and Armstrong buried in the cemetery are relatives. Grandparents, great-grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins.
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