|LA Smith (#47925645)|
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I have been researching my family for about three years. Since most of my family lived in Illinois, Wisconsin, Georgia and Canada and I now live in Alabama most of my research has been limited to on line information. |
I am also a volunteer indexer for FamilySearch.
I have filled a few photo requests although I have not signed up as a photo volunteer.
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|F Chambers||RE: Chesnutt Family|
Sorry about that. I have now made the correction.
|C Aul||Family of Leonard C. Smith|
Are you a family member of Leonard C. Smith and/or the Hodges family? If so I may have some photos you would be interested in. Contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by C Aul on Jul 02, 2014 2:11 PM
You're very welcome!
Added by Tami on May 01, 2014 1:18 PM
|sharon baker||Carl S Peterson|
I see that you have entered data about some of my family members. Would you add more info? My grandmother Ethel Hester Peterson's family were early settlers in Harrison County. Her parents were James Abram & Amanda McQueen Hester who are also buried at Soldier Valley. You list Amanda, but not James. Also, my father Carl A. Peterson is buried in the Hester plot, but is not listed.
Sharon Peterson Baker
|Mr B||JR Jones site|
We have input JR's info/pic on the memorial, we have photos of Ervin & James + many other Jones's in the Cem also but it will take a couple more days to process/enter them into Find A Grave ... so you don't have to request them. thnx, SB
Added by Mr B on Nov 15, 2013 10:47 PM
|Eliza McK||Julia MacIntyre & John B. Beaton|
Thank you for posting this grave info.
I was hoping that you may be of some assistance. I am trying to get more information on the above two people who are my great grandparents. As you probably know, Julia and Angus (1854-1941) were siblings. I believe Julia and John died young because my grandmohter Florence Catherine and her 2 brothers, along with a cousin, Elizabeth MacIntyre, were raised by their maternal uncle, John MacIntyre and his wife Annie.
Any details you may have on this couple or their family would be greatly appreciated.
I hope you are having success with your research. I would be happy to share any info/detail I have.
With kind regards,
|DOloff||RE: Rees N Larkin|
Your very welcome.
Added by DOloff on Aug 18, 2013 12:15 PM
|Sue||RE: Emma Fox|
You are quite welcome. I lucked out on this one; the stone right next to Emma's lot had a sticker with the numbers on it.
Added by Sue on Aug 12, 2013 5:52 AM
|Patsy McCoy||RE: Bethleham Bapt. Church Cemetery|
Sorry but I don't live in the area, but if you go to his grave site on Find A Grave and click on the name of the cemetery it will take you to the cem. page and page down and it shows a map of how to get to the cem. and the surrounding area plus it has Interactive map and GPS data, looks like it is south of Elba & someone in Elba should be able to tell you how to get there. From the map looks like it is between hwy 87 & 189 but not sure which road goes through to the cem.
|William McMillin||RE: Photo; Dorothy Else #96637885|
I am just sorry that there were no markers there. I would like to of had the actual spot of where they are at rest. But as old as the markers may have been, they may have been damaged. Or they may of not had any markers at all. But I figured I would atleast get the area of where they are at rest. I sort of feel like it as a waste of time to try and find them when there are no markers. Just does not feel like an accomplishment. I do enjoy doing things like this and I do appreciate the kind words you have for me. Thanks. William McMillin
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