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|Screech||RE: Permission requested|
George Newton Howard in Stella Cemetery is my GG-Grsndfather.
Added by Screech on Aug 24, 2014 8:34 PM
May I use your tombstone photos of my relatives on my family tree?
Added by Screech on Aug 24, 2014 2:50 PM
|Amy E.||RE: Little Meadows|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I can help.
Added by Amy E. on Aug 19, 2014 9:35 PM
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||hi|
Your very welcome , and ty for the kind words , have a safe weekend friend.
|Midwest Yogini||Photo of James Kimbrough's monument|
Thank you very much for photographing the monument for my ancestor's, James Kimbrough, grave site. We truly appreciate your efforts.
Blair (Cooke) Davey
|Joseph Mann||RE: James Elijah Barnett|
I did not create the memorial for James Barnett, I only took the photo. However, I did submit an edit request on your behalf to the person that established the memorial.
Unfortunately, the information concerning his spouses and parents can only be added as notes since there is no FAQ memorial for any of them that I could find.
Greenwood Cemetery has no record of either Eula or Mary Elizabeth interred at Greenwood. The only name they listed was James at that site. That does not mean they are not there however. When I took the photo of James gravesite, there was a vase on the grave that did list the name "Felicie" and another with just "Dear MaMa". That indicates to me that more than one person is buried there. Their records are not always accurate.
I checked with a couple of other sites to see if I could find an obit for any of the relatives you mentioned, but alas there was nothing I could find. I would have to go to the library and pull up old newspaper articles to see if they were listed at that time.
There are no memorial pages for any of the relatives you listed, which means I cannot link their names. If you can provide any more data, particulary where they may be buried (city or state), I may be able to locate something.
Sorry I can't be of more help.
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||Martha, Aaron, and Donnie Hartsfield|
Your very welcome , and hope you had a very safe 4th
|John S. Sims||Photo 7-3-14|
I have a photo of Lucy Meadows' marker (reverse of Charles' marker). If you do a normal request, I will post it promptly.
|Peggy Bates||RE: Enoch Carruth|
Hi Rose, always glad to hear from family. Enoch Carruth (Caruth) was born in 1832 to Alexander & Nancy Elkins Carruth in Lawrence County, AL. He married Frances Teresa "Fannie" Barnett 27 Jul 1858 in Tishimingo County, MS. They had three boys: Joseph Alexander b. 1859, William David b. 1861, and Edward Enoch b. 1863. Enoch enlisted as a private into the 6th Tennessee Calvary in Bolivar, TN in January 1863 where he served in Companies D&G and became a Sergeant. He passed away 1 Jan 1865 in the hospital at Camp Dennison, OH. Cause of death was Dysentery. He was originally buried in Waldschmidt Cemetery at Camp Dennison and was removed to Spring Grove Cemetery 4 Jul 1869. Fannie and the boys moved back to Giles County, TN where she was originally from. She owned a farm and done well until her death 31 Dec 1872. I have not been able to locate her grave. Enoch Carruth is my 2nd great Grandfather. I will be glad to share any information I have. What part of the family are you researching?
|Bobbi Boren Muck||RE: Franklin Dwight Cunningham|
Thank you for the suggestion for Frank D. Cunningham's memorial. I have made the correction. Bobbi
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