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|I am a Retired Teacher with time on my hands to persue my passions......Genealogy Research (Williams, Guynes, Simmons, Payne, Rushing, Ball), History, Photography, and Animal Rights and Rescue.|
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Willis Richard Simmons, Sr.,sorry , Willis Richard is the son of Black Bill not Willis.
|Allan Thomas||Wllis and Jane Simmons|
Hoping you will add this to Willis and Jane Simmons Bio. A lot of folks have been looking for them! A lot of misinformation out there about the site of burial.Wish we could gps it. Thanks for your effort. Willis and Jane are my 5X grandparents twice!
Children of Willis Simmons and Jane Goslin are:
1.Mason C. Simmons, b. March 05, 1805, Jones Co., Georgia, d. November 27, 1885, Caldwell Parish, LA.
2.William "Black Bill" Simmons, b. May 31, 1807, Wilkes County, Georgia, d. April 06, 1892, Silver Creek, Pike County, MS.
3.Willis Simmons, Jr, b. May 31, 1807, Georgia, d. Bef. November 1888
4.Narcissa Simmons, b. 1813, Mississippi Territory, d. date unknown.
5. Richard Simmons, b. September 28, 1816, Pearl River District, Mississippi Territory, Pike County, d. December 30, 1885, Simmonsville, Pike Co., MS.
6.Mary Simmons, b. 1819, Pike County, MS, d. August 10, 1862, Pike County, MS.
7.George Washington Simmons, b. May 01, 1820, Mississippi, d. January 02, 1872, Pike County, MS.
8.Holly Simmons, b. Aft. 1820, d. date unknown.
9. Simmons, b. Aft. 1820, d. date unknown.
10.Jackson Simmons, b. 1825, Mississippi, d. date unknown.
11.Willis Richard Simmons, Sr., b. March 05, 1830, Silver Creek, Pike County, MS, d. March 06, 1904, Pike County, MS.
|jane Mangum||Willis Simmons Cemetery|
Your message "Willis and Jane Goslin Simmons are buried in the Willis Simmons Cemetery behind the old home place in Simmonsville, Ms. They are not in the Simmons Cemetery across the road." I have looked for a Simmons Cemetery and cannot find. Is it listed or do I need to create? Thanks for the information. Jane
|Donna Turner||Stephen D. Pool|
Thank you for adding this picture. I understand that Mr. Allman was kind enough to add the gravestone for his ancestor, Stephen D. Pool.
|Glen Deas||Margaret Dees|
Thanks so very much for doing her marker photo. This completes a quest I began in 1988 to find the parents of Dixie Dees Gammage, teacher and First Lady of Arizona State University.
|jane Mangum||Thanks- Simmons photos|
Appreciate the photos- Jane
|Robert B. Pool II||Col. Stephen D. Pool|
Thanks so much for tracking down and taking a photo of the marker for Col. Pool. I and other family members really appreciate it. The marker was added by a descendant of Col. Pool; I presume there may have been no original marker. Hope you and family have a great day!
Robert B. Pool II (not a direct descendant of Col. Pool but one of the Pools of Pasquotank Co., NC., even though I live in Maryland.)
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