|Sonya DeVane (#48021725)|
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|Gone But Not Forgotten||RE: William Aunspaw|
You have a wonderful day as well. If there are any more let me know. Memorials should be with family.
|Nancy H||7 photo requests fulfilled|
Thank you SO much, Sonya, for taking the time to take and upload the photos of the Martin family for me. I really appreciate it!
Added by Nancy H on Nov 11, 2013 4:10 PM
|Janice Stewart Rush||RE: Billie Jean Stewart|
I had to tell you that my sister Billie Jean Stewart buried at Vaughanville Cemetery near Geneva, Alabama, actually did audition for the 1957 movie "A Pal Named Joey" or "Pal Joey." I do not know what part she auditioned for since I was only 5 years old, but it starred Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth, and Kim Novak and was extremely popular, earning 4 Academy Award nominations and 2 Golden Globe nominations. Although she did not get the part, I think she was truly a classic beauty of her time. Someone just told me a couple of weeks ago that I should add this info to her memorial. Thank you again for your very nice compliment on her photo.
|Rod Lacey||Seaborn Barton #77736792|
Thank you for the photos!!
|Barbara Wilson Krause||William Aaron and Rozetta Hardy tombstones|
Sonya, Thanks for your most kind deed in taking the tombstone photo's and the flowers. I love the touch of the flowers in the tombstone photo. You are so kind to do that. So very much appreciated.
|Edward Harrell||James and Tabitha Brown|
You are correct about James and Tabitha being my GGGrandparents.I can't go any further back on either of them.I I have a theory as to who her parents might be.
But, email to me as to how you and Vashti are related. Href1@bellsouth.net.
|Wendy Rickman||Correction Suggestions|
Thank you for the added information. Your relative's memorial has been updated. :)
Thanks so much for the photo. We appreciate your contributions.
|Margie Daniels||Dock Spann|
Thanks for the photo of the grave of Dock Spann.
Dock was the nephew of my grandmother Anna Lou Hodges.
Thank you so much for the great pictures of all the McCants' graves at Hartford Cemetery.
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