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Sue Cumberland (#47695601)
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C. Granberry
RE: Granberrys in Clayton Cemetery, Flora. Madison County, MS
I sent some corrections for Catherine and Jemima.
I apologize for sending you the wrong info the first time.
Your coworker may be interested in knowing, or may already know, that Catherine and Jemima are sisters of General Hiram Bronson Granberry (spelled Granbury on some of his Civil War records) for whom the town of Granbury, Texas is named. I don't have much interest in the Civil War but for those who do, that may be of interest.

I appreciate your offer to look for Rev. and Mrs. Granberry when you are there again.
Added by C. Granberry on Jan 21, 2016 10:44 AM
C. Granberry
RE: Granberrys in Clayton Cemetery, Flora. Madison County, MS
please excuse the previous message with no content. I hit the wrong key. This is was I wanted to ask.

If you are ever in that cemetery again would you look for any sign of the graves of Rev. Norvell R. Granberry and his wife, Nancy McLaurin? They both died in Madison County. Rev. Novell died in April of 1850 and Nancy in August of 1849 or 1850. Since you found two of their daughters there, I believe it is likely the parents were both buried there, too. For years researchers have believed the parents and the daughters were buried in a Granberry Family Cemetery in Madison County; although, the details of where were not known.

You may not realize it, but for researchers of the Granberrys, you have made a real find.

Added by C. Granberry on Jan 21, 2016 4:36 AM
Northern Pike
Bergin photo
Thank you so much for the photo!
Added by Northern Pike on Feb 02, 2015 1:28 PM
Dear photo
Thanks for the great picture. Fran
Added by Fran on Feb 01, 2015 9:32 AM
jerry stevens
RE: Dear Graves
Thank you Sue,

That was fast, very fast.

I added Aunt Laler's memorial too,

I wasn't 100% sure she was buried with Uncle A C but almost sure.
I missed her funeral. I obviously made Uncle A C.s, was even a pallbearer, but 1967 has been a long time for me to remember exactly where his grave was.

Thanks for the plot info, will write that down and keep it in my car for next time I make it up that way.

Anything you need done for Find A Grave down here in Jeff Davis County let me know and I will happily take acre of it for you in short order. Have a good camera and enjoy cemetery work.

Thanks again,
Thanks again
Added by jerry stevens on Jan 31, 2015 7:45 PM
William Prentiss Clark, SFC, USArmy Retired Disabl
James Edgar Myers & Emma Laura Whinery Myers
Thank you Sue, for taking and posting the photos of the grave marker of

James Edgar Myers & Emma Laura Whinery Myers

.Have a nice day.

Added by William Prentiss Clark, S... on Jan 31, 2015 7:09 PM
jerry stevens
RE: Dear Graves
Thanks a million,,
Added by jerry stevens on Jan 28, 2015 10:25 AM
jerry stevens
Dear Graves
Sue if you ever walk up on an A C Dear, maybe Andrew Crawley Dear and his wife Eulala,, snap a couple of pics for me.
I keep saying I will try to find their graves one of these days but now live in South Mississippi and don't get up that way much any more.
I did try to find their graves a few years ago and never could find them.

My favorite uncle,
Memorial# 40671809
Added by jerry stevens on Jan 28, 2015 10:09 AM
jerry stevens
Good work
Great work you are doing at FHMG in Pearl, a thousand thanks.
Added by jerry stevens on Jan 27, 2015 3:01 PM
George Young
Thank you for the picture! Veloyce
Added by Veloyce on Nov 08, 2014 2:47 PM
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