|Jeffrey McLane (#47706164)|
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|Nancy Simmons||Bohanan graves|
Thank you for posting the photos of the three tombstones I requested!
|Georgia Girl||Elli Cemetery|
Oops ... you need to contact Graveaddiction (#46528400) who is the contributor of Sally C. Clark ~ memorial #8818318.
|Georgia Girl||Ellis Cemetery|
You will have to "link" Sally C. (Toney) Clark parents to her memorial ~ #8818318.
|Wendy Mabrey||RE: isham hobbs|
Anna Hobbs Lassiter (Aunt Mamie's little sister) is at Jefferson Memorial in Trussville. Aunt Eleanor (Aunt Nelner) is I believe in the Mobile area?
|Ed Stallings||RE: Woods Cemetery|
I made the links that you suggested. Would you like for me to transfer them to you?
|Lil' Darlin||Edwin Canady|
I would appreciate so much you transferring Edwin Canady to me....yes, the photo for its age [that you posted] is in remarkable shape. Thank you for all you do with creating memorials and posting pictures in Find A Grave.
|Ed Stallings||RE: mary louise walker|
I transferred Mary to you. If you need any more transfers, just let me know.
|Wendy Mabrey||Isham David Hobbs|
I don't know who you are or how you got to me but thank you for the information. Had I known you were looking I could have saved you some time. If you are interested in Isham David Hobbs, you might also be interested in his sister Mary Willie Hobbs Waldrop. She is buried in the Woods Cemetary in Woodlawn, next to the high school. She was married to Will Waldrop and after Isham's wife (Frances Murchison Harbert) became ill, Willie helped with her care and also with raising the children. My grandmother lived with "Aunt Willie" until her marriage to my grandfather.
You may also be interested to know that when Isham Hubbard Hobbs died and left a wife and two minor children what was left of his estate was managed by a male relative who it seems sold some property (illegally) to the railroad. Year later, when Willie was 18, and of legal age, she sued the railroad and won. I believe the case went before the Alabama Supreme Court. I couldn't find out how it ended up but I know it was appealed. I'd love to know more about the final outcome.
Who is the granddaughter you were searching with? Is she one of Mary Louise's daughters or granddaughters? I have just found the emails Find-a-grave sent for you sent in Oct and March.
Thanks Jeffrey for the Help!
|Grayson ||Hobbs Cemetery, Huntsville, AL|
Thanks so much for putting together Isham Hubbard Hobbs' stone for the picture- and for the entry! I may have a picture of the stone taken before it was destroyed. He was my great great grandfather.
Our family descends from his daughter Frances Avaline (Avie) who married Hall Solon Kelly. (They're buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville.) His first wife was Susan Smith Standidge who is also buried in the Hobbs Cemetery.
Added by Grayson on Jan 11, 2013 11:24 AM
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