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Leanne Beavers (#47865244)
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Susan Hill
RE: Adams-Crutcher Cemetery
Leanne,
I found the cemetery but I didn't have my bottle of water with me to spray the headstones. The inscription is easy to read but didn't come across that way in the picture. I interrupted a large group of wild turkeys that have made this area their home.
I'll go again and this time I'll take my water or etching paper so that you will have a clear view of the inscription.
Added by Susan Hill on Sep 08, 2013 3:19 PM
Susan Hill
Adams-Crutcher Cemetery
Leeanne,

you had requested a photo of someone buried in the Adams-Crutcher Cemetery. Are you still in need of his photo? This cemeteryis out near where I purchase feed for my horse and would continue to go and get the picture if needed.
Susan
Added by Susan Hill on Aug 13, 2013 10:39 AM
Phil
RE: James Silas White's parents
Unfortunately, I do not. James Silas White was my G-G-Grandfather on my father's side of the family. All the info I have on how he arrived in Alabama is this:

James Silas White was believed to have been born in Meriwether Co., GA and came to Alabama as a young man. After marrying Martha Wright in Tallapoosa Co., AL they moved to the Tuscaloosa/Fayette Co.(New Lexington area). He serve in the 50th AL Regt. Co.F of the CSA during the War Between the States. He also become a Deacon & Reverend in the local baptist church. He even served at a time as Pastor of the Concord Missionary Baptist Church. He and his wife Martha had 7 children together, 6/daughters & 1/son.

Hope this helps and will definitely share any other info that I come across.
Added by Phil on Jun 28, 2013 9:35 PM
Bob & AJ
RE: wrong cemetery
I made the change for you. Would you like this transferred to you? I don't even know where I read this in order to add it.
Bob
Added by Bob & AJ on Jan 17, 2013 2:19 AM
Jerry Dailey
RE: Rev. Wilson M Daily
Hi Leanne. Here is the info that I have: Wilson H Daily (My G-grandfather)was married to Pamelia Jane white and had the following children ; Mary Frances, James monroe, Martha Earnest William Henry (named after Wilson's father) Silas, Charlie Hoyt (my G-father) and John Wilson (Your relative) Wilson's father was William Henry daily who was married to Caroline ? Both came over from Ireland during the potatoe fammin. My records show that Wilson and his brother Jeremiah cam over together but other records show Jeremiah being born in tuscaloosa Co. Al which included Winston at that time. 1900 census records show Wilson as age 44 and 5 of the children living with him and his 2nd wife, Melie J .I dont know when the "E" was added to the name. My email ie 257ack at centurytel.net if I can help more.
Added by Jerry Dailey on Jun 28, 2012 1:51 PM
 

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