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Pamela Pierce (#47765704)
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Jenean Hamilton
Elizabeth Harbison
Thanks for the correction on her parents! I have updated her memorial. Jenean
Added by Jenean Hamilton on Jan 19, 2017 12:05 PM
John Griffith
RE: Lucinda Jane Beatty Bybee # 27580254
Absolutely! Who was your ancestor that was his 1st cousin? He was my 4th great grandfather.
Added by John Griffith on Feb 15, 2016 2:00 PM
Virginia Brown
RE: U S Grant Bell memorial # 43940740
Hi Pamela,
Thanks for the correct census 1870 record, which is now added. I appreciate your help.
Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 29, 2015 8:02 AM
Virginia Brown
RE: U S Grant Bell memorial # 43940740
Thanks Pamela. I will check it out and get back later this evening. Well, hopefully, if not then, tomorrow.
Added by Virginia Brown on Oct 28, 2015 5:55 PM
Jean Adcock
RE: Louisa Cothron Eden
Yes, that will be fine.
Added by Jean Adcock on Apr 28, 2015 5:29 PM
Leslie P. Fowers
John Harbison & Betsy Bybee Harbison
I have removed the Buffalo Bush nickname as suggested and linked Betsy with your memorial for John. I also have added your info regarding the probate to her memorial. thank you for that information.
Added by Leslie P. Fowers on Mar 05, 2015 9:12 AM
Grave of Heinrich Bollinger
Two summers ago, my husband, son, and I visited the Mays Chapel Cemetery so that our son could see the grave of his 6th great-grandfather Heinrich Bollinger. I was shocked at what the church has done to the old historic section of this cemetery. Heinrich's stone, as well as most of the other markers near his grave, had been removed. I can only assume that the church's Cemetery Committee, in its infinite (?) wisdom, decided that the graves of these dear saints were of no importance to anyone, so the markers were removed to make grass-cutting easier. As we drove out of the cemetery, I noticed a huge pile of rocks, dirt, and what appeared to be broken tombstones at the rear of the cemetery. Maybe Heinrich's rock was among that rubble. If so, shame on those who made the decision to remove an important piece of the church's history. Heinrich was buried in a section that appears to have been a community burial ground for those settlers in the late 1700-early and mid 1800 period. I'm glad I got my photo of Heinrich's rock a few years earlier. We have lost a significant piece of our family's history.
Added by JGM on Mar 03, 2015 3:46 PM
Faye (Bays) Parker
RE: Elizabeth S Bell Dennison
I just found your message in my email and don't remember whether I responded to it or not. But as to your question if I had direct evidence that Elizabeth Bell Dennison's middle name was Stacey, I went back to my files and looked.I didn't find anything. The source I had listed for the Name entry that included "Stacey" was, the 1850 census. However, when I looked at the census online, there was nothing there about Elizabeth's middle name.

Added by Faye (Bays) Parker on Jan 02, 2015 7:07 AM
Lori Stover
RE: Franklin Hargiss photo
You are very welcome. If there are others in the area just let me know.
Added by Lori Stover on Dec 04, 2014 5:57 PM
Don Conley
Paul Fryman
I accidentially clicked into prefix under the name. Once you are there you cant get out, and you can only change it. I didnt mean to INSULT anyone. Please forgive or better yet,why dont you see if you know of a way to remove the DR. If you think you can, I will be more than happy to transfer Paul to you.
This has been a thorn in my side since making that mistake.
Added by Don Conley on Nov 10, 2014 3:32 PM
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