|Joan Jacobs Robinson (#47991170)|
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Live in Etowah Co. AL. Love visiting cemeteries. Have been into genealogy for about 40 years. Researching family names: Jacobs/Jacoups,Bearden,Glenn,Hill,Gaskin Sauls,Mashburn,Baker,Holden,Wynn,Trail,Minor, Blessingame|
Husband's family: Robinson,Rakestraw,Brothers,Peterson,McKay/McCay.
For Grandchildrens history: Presley,Fowler,Geer,Hedgecock.
For friends: Noojin, Leeth,Scott,McCormick,Whitt,Amos,Roden, Henry,McPherson,Belcher
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My research shows James Cole Word and Charlotte Temple Armstrong are the parents of Charles Temple Word.
If james Cole is at Spring Creek, his grave may be unmarked. The family was in a section surrounded by an iron fence, and I recall taking interest in the family because I knew Vivian Word of Marvell, AR.
I didn't photograph every marker in the cemetery, but I did get all that I spotted who were Words...but I'd think that James Cole Word would be in that fenced in area...but the grave could be unmarked if he is there.
Added by Merf on Feb 11, 2014 1:46 PM
|Foster LaVaughn Spurlock||RE: George Jefferson Baker|
Joan - I don't know who the parents of George Jefferson Baker are. A good place to start researching this may be with Thomas Jefferson Baker (1889) and his wife, Ellie Simpson Baker (1902). I only say this because of the name, Jefferson, the birth years of Thomas and Ellie and they are all buried in Hurricane Cemetery. That's all I have. Wish you the best - take care.
|Lawler Family||RE: Robert Jacobs|
Wish I could tell you more about Mr. Jacobs, but the parent links were giving to me by Contributor
Karen Johnson Grady (#47655244). Hope she can help further.
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