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NolaGirl (#47785978)
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Bio Photo Is féidir liom é seo do mo mháthair agus a clann.. Grá agus a chailleann tú go léir. L-

The non-family member memorials I have created were to make it possible for their family members to find them so please don't be shy about asking for transfer of a family member. Their memorials belong in your care.

**PLEASE! When requesting a transfer I do ask that you give me your relationship to the person you are asking for.

Thanks much to anyone taking the time to check my entries. After I finish making many in one cemetery I do go back and check for duplicates and errors but I always appreciate polite help.

Chun gach duine a bhfuil de chineál, ba mhaith liom tú sláinte.
NolaGirl (Sin a bhí caillte le fáil anois)

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Jim Tipton
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RE: Curiosity
I thought I would let you know about our trip. We spent most of the time on the Mississippi coast and I shot about 250 photos in Perkinston and Gulfport of which about half had been entered. I felt that I did some good though. I did the save the cemeteries tour at St Louis I and shot some photos there. Maybe another 200. I have not checked if they were in yet. Then we stopped outside of Baton Rouge to get out of 5 o'clock traffic and I took some at Green Oakes there. It was a fun trip and I am sure I will go again. I am kind of tired of the stinky streets in the French Quarter though! Cheers! Take Care
Added by ReconnectNow on Feb 15, 2015 10:30 PM
Nadine Sones
RE: Caroline Sones Moran
NO problem! My husband is from the Bay St Louis, Waveland area. His grandparents (Earl and Lillian Cuevas Sones lived on Bayou La Croix Rd.

When I told him about this, he asked me to ask you if you have a copy of the Williamson book that was published about 5-7 years ago?

We cant put our hands on our copy at the minute, we recently had some unplanned work done on our home and think it may still be packed somewhere.

But I can put you in touch with family on the coast that should have a copy to get the info so you could get a copy.

Book really helped us fill in some blanks.

Also Randall has an aunt that has done extensive work on these lines and we went to several of the grave sites with her. She is still living in Bayou La Croix
Added by Nadine Sones on Feb 05, 2015 9:37 AM
Beryl Ann White Krefft
RE: Evans Biggar
Di you need memorial#?


Beryl Ann
Added by Beryl Ann White Krefft on Feb 04, 2015 3:30 PM
Beryl Ann White Krefft
Evans Biggar
You have a memorial in Masonic #1 in New Orleans for Evans Biggar who died 1912. His name does not show on grave marker. Also I cannot get any connect with Evans and the names on the marker. Could this be a mistake? He is a lateral relation of mine. His parents were John Russell Biggar and Harriet Ricketts Biggar, my great, great grandparents.

Beryl Ann White Krefft
Added by Beryl Ann White Krefft on Feb 04, 2015 10:28 AM
Nadine Sones
RE: Caroline Sones Moran
Caroline Oevia Williamson's first husband was "Andrew Jackson Sones" born apx 1820 in Alabama. He died in 1884 in pearl river ct, ms.

they married about 1874 in Mississippi, ( yes he was much older than Caroline)

they had 3 children
1) Sarah matilda sones ( married Bernard sylvan luxich)

2) Andrew Jesse Sones( my husbands great-grandfather) who married Lorena Marie Cuevas.

3) Eliza Jane Sones who married John Luxich

Andrew Jackson Sones first marriage was to Amelia Wallis/Wallace and they also had 3 children.

My computer does not give an option to list additional spouses in chronological order on find a grave, it only gives the option to add additional spouse.
Added by Nadine Sones on Feb 03, 2015 10:25 AM
Correction St Joseph Cemetery at Rotten Bayou
Please make the following correction:

Christian D. Ladner - last name should by Hayden
Born: 11/4/1929
Died: 2/11/2001
Added by DBraun on Feb 03, 2015 8:54 AM
RE: McNeely/Barrett
Thank you so much for the transfer, NolaGirl!
Added by Anne on Feb 02, 2015 6:18 PM
Dawna Westbrook
RE: Casemire Nicaese
The spelling on Nicaise/Necaise of course is a confusing mess, but honestly, this one appears to be one an error rather than a variation.

A few years ago I was contacted by the great niece of the gentleman that use to make a lot of the grave markers in Hancock County. I asked about the fact that on a census record it listed him as unable to read or write. She told me this was true. Guess it worked for him as most of his customers couldn't read either so they didn't know if there were mistakes.

Added by Dawna Westbrook on Jan 30, 2015 5:23 PM
Thank you
Thank you for the nice photos on my family plot (Memorial #125096736) in St. Patrick's

My cousins cleaned it up and painted after Katrina. It looks great.

Chris Kramer
Added by Chris on Jan 30, 2015 12:44 PM
Mary Agnes Hammett
Re: Marcelite Richeu & Laura Lamy
Thank you for checking. I have removed my requests for these two. The only thing I have is their obit that says they are in St Patrick #1. Thank you.
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Jan 27, 2015 1:30 PM
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