|Ruby Mordecai||RE: Cole Photos|
You're too kind, but here is what I have:
William Thomas Cole [1856-1932]
Ella Alabama "Mordecai" Cole [1861-1937]
Cecil Chester Cole...you have him with wife Icy in Friendship, Lamar Co.
Edgar Ernest Cole [1886-1887]
Emma Etta Cole [1888-1971] m Joseph Socrates "Bud" Golson.
Like I said, I'm not sure where they're buried...could be in Lowndes Co., MS, around Steens. Sorry, but that's all I have on them. Ella was my husband's great aunt.
Thanks in advance for anything you can come up with.
|Sheri Pope Tarman||Pearl Moore photo|
Thank you so much for taking the time to post the photo on the Pearl Moore memorial.
|Ruby Mordecai||Cole Photos|
Thanks so much for taking the photos of the Chester Cole family in Friendship Cemetery in Lamar County. They are all family. Your help has been very much appreciated. Wish you could locate Chester's parents, William and Ella "Mordecai" Cole. I'm not sure where they are buried....
|debbie fox||tom brown|
thank you so much for the picture. tom s my mom's first cousin. my mom is now 83
|Ruby Mordecai||Photos requested|
Thanks so much for taking your time and effort in taking the photos of Annie Cole Ray in Friendship Cemetery and Jimmy and wife, Julia, and their daughter, Josie, in Asbury Cemetery and placing them on their memorial pages. I really appreciate it. They are all related to my family.
|Cindy Rodgers||Julia Bell|
Thanks so much for taking your time to photograph the tombstone. I really, really appreciate it!!!!
|Loyal (Tex) Nethery||Elnor Glen Nethery Britt|
Amy thanks so much for the photo. I really appreciate your help in helping me document my Family Tree.
Thank you for the picture of Carlos Estell's stone. Your time and dedication is greatly appreciated. Thanks again, Mary
Added by Mary on Apr 26, 2014 2:20 PM
|Kate Welch Denney||Millport City Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the tombstone picture for Robert Mary (Guyton) Bogle. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
|Wade Hammans||Alfred P. Odom|
Thank you so very much for the photo of my 2nd great grandfather's headstone. A fascinating man that lead a very interesting life.... one of the highlight stories in my family tree for sure! I feel just a little closer to him because of your kindness... Thank you!
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