|Vincent Davis (#47724746)|
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I am researching both my wife's and my family. Since 2006 I have accumulated a LOT of fruitful research, however it seems that my grandmother's Bracy/Bracey line is harder to find than I thought.|
The names I am researching within my family are:
Camel/Campbell (Haywood County, Tennessee)
Ingram (Haywood County, Tennessee)
All names below have origins in Hinds County, Mississippi:
If anyone has any headstone of the following people please contact me:
My maternal great-grandparents:
Clay and Sindy (Mitchel) Bracy
Ernest Cambell and Beatrice Ingram(UPDATE: Beatrice is in an unmarked grave in Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, IL.)
My maternal great-great grandparents:
Augustus 'Gus' and Corah (Sutton) Bracy
Ed and Peggy Mitchell
My maternal great-great-great grandparents:
Cook and Rose Mitchell
Andrew and Delia Mitchell (not sure if it's the same Mitchell line as Cook & Rose as of yet)
Ned and Laura Bracy
Frank Sutton and Louisa (Owens) Sutton
My maternal great-great-great-great grandparents:
Frank and Lutitia Sutton
Horace and Milly Mitchel (or Mitchell)
I will update this list as I see fit, but the people mentioned here are my direct descendants, so I'd like to start there.
Any help you can provide will be very much appreciated.
Also, as a side note, I live within 10 minutes of the following cemeteries:
Holy Sepulchre (Alsip/Chicago Ridge, IL)
Burr Oak (Alsip, IL)
Restvale (Alsip, IL)
Hazelgreen (Alsip, IL)
Chapel Hill (Alsip/Oak Lawn, IL)
St. Mary's (Evergreen Park, IL)
If you have (or believe you have) a relative buried there and need a headstone photo, please email me and I will take care of it for you.
I look forward to corresponding with you, and again thank you for any help you can provide.
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|Robert Heinsch||RE: Re: Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Hinds County, MS|
You could tell there were a large number of unmarked graves in the cemetery. And then there were several graves marked by funeral home markers, headstones or concrete ledgers, but any identification they once had went missing long ago. A number of the older headstones were homemade from concrete. It was an interesting cemetery to walk, but unless the church has good records, a difficult one to research. Good luck in your quest. --Bob
|Robert Heinsch||Big Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Hinds County, MS|
I walked this cemetery this morning and did not locate any of the 4-graves you had requested. There was a handful of marked Bracey graves there, all spelled "BRACEY" with the earliest burial date being ca. 1975. Sorry I could not be of more help. --Bob
|Diane Payne||Leo Marsh|
What a wonderful surprise to see the e-mail that you had taken a photo of the headstone. Thanks so much. Also, I noticed his wife was on the stone too. I never knew her death date.
Thanks for going the extra mile!
|debs||Michael K Luke Photo|
Thanks so much for the photo. It's greatly appreciate. Good luck in your searches.
Added by debs on Mar 10, 2012 11:54 AM
Thank you for getting me these picts at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery ,I appreciate all your time and effort.
Added by Tom on Mar 09, 2012 8:44 AM
|Kathy||Koran Find A Grave Photo(s)|
Vincent - thank you so much, you've gone above and beyond and filled the missing pieces in my family tree. Hope to return the favor. Kepp on searching --- somewhere someone has the key - just like you did for me!
Added by Kathy on Feb 25, 2012 5:46 PM
Thank you and your wife for your effort in trying to locate the headstone for Arthur. Your work is really appreciated.
Added by Jupiter on Feb 25, 2012 4:12 PM
|Barbara Samans||RE: John Benjamin Handlon|
Thanks for your efforts. I appreciate your time and effort. I did get a reply form someone who said his wife is not buried there unless she changed her name after her husband died. I think she died about 25 years after he did. He was pretty young when he died. Anyway thanks again and good luck to you.
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