|James McMillen, II (#48112288)|
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I've been interested in genealogy ever since I can remember. I live in the Randolph community of Pontotoc County in Mississippi. I am a Freemason, Past Master of Pontotoc Lodge No. 81 F.&A.M. and one of my many hobbies is to look at headstones and monuments, especially those with Masonic affiliation. My mother recently passed away and the first photo I uploaded to this site was her monument.|
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|Jay Wright||Dr William Linn McMillen|
I read what you posted in May 2013 with a virtual flower on the memorial for Dr William Linn McMillen (10860894) about there not being "much to go on about his family genealogy." I don't know exactly what you meant by that, but his memorial is now linked to a memorial I created for his mother, and I also suggested a link from his memorial to the memorial someone else had previously created for his father, and that is now in place. As a result, the name of one of his sisters now appears on his F.A.G. memorial.
|RJ||RE: Ader McMillen Umphress|
I sure was hoping that you were. I do not have anything hardly about her. I just know that she married James Benjamin Franklin Umfress but like I said on the tombstone is is not spelled the same way only Umphress. They did have a son named Truman also buried at Keyes. Thanks so very much! Rhonda
Added by RJ on Jun 24, 2013 10:27 AM
|RJ||Ader McMillen Umphress|
I am trying to find the parents of Ader McMillen. I found her tombstone and her sons in the Keyes Cemetery in Itawamba MS so I got to thinking maybe she was buried near her parents? Can you tell me who her kin is? Thanks so much for any help. I know she was married to Benjamin Franklin Umfress who is buried in Boguefala Cemetery in Mooreville, Lee, MS. I did notice that he spelled his last name different from theirs but not sure why? thanks again! Rhonda Johnson
Added by RJ on Jun 22, 2013 4:07 PM
for leaving a nice memorial message on my mom's grave, and you know so many people jusy leave tokens and it is very special when someone includes a sentence or two. Thank you Mr McMillen, II!