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|Carol ||RE: Ref: Susannah|
Marjorie, William Rufus Devane King never married and had no offspring. How was he related to Susanna King who married Nathan Worley?
Who was Callie King Cothern? Where and when was she born?
Added by Carol on Aug 21, 2016 10:24 AM
|Nancy Cornelius||Marietta Hubbard|
Took several Hubbard pics and posted. These stones are getting very worn. Look at the information I noted when you open some of the area shots. Hope this helps. One Hubbard stone I did not find at this time.
|Carol ||Susan King and Nathan Worley|
Am searching for the parents or siblings of Susan King who married Nathan Worley. If any descendants have documents or clues that might help, please respond. Thank you,
Carol Williams, descendant of Solomon king who was born c 1804, perhaps a brother?
Added by Carol on Aug 16, 2016 3:17 PM
|Grave Digger||Ellen Langley (Quarles) Ware (152723242)|
Regarding Ellen... do you have a source that ties Ellen to either Francis Monroe Quarles or Dill Summey? I had never come across Ellen in my research before. When I first reviewed Francis and Dill's memorials I'm certain that Ellen was not linked at that time, otherwise I would have asked sooner.
Thanks for your time.
g-grandson of Francis M Quarles
|Nancy Cornelius||RE: Steeple Bryant #63533935|
Bernice Upton. She could be at Hillcrest as well. I remember some Upton's just can't remember anything else. A new survey of this cemetery, as well as Marshall Memorial in Albertville, needs to be done. I'd say only 1/2 to 3/4 of these cemeteries are posted on find a grave. I did Memory Hill as of Dec 2014, and like to have finished myself off.
found 2 other Bryant markers that were not noted on find a grave. I have posted the memorials for Billy Hugh and Billy "Richard"
|Johnny L. Williams||RE: Ref:Mary J. Moore Fiquett #142124975|
Thanks for letting me know, however her death record say's that she is buried in Liberty Cemetery and there are a lot of graves without markers. Also other members of her family including her mother are buried there so I will leave her memorial where it is untill we can find additional information about her burial.
Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974 - Name: Mary Fiquett [Mary Moore] Birth Date: 9 Mar 1856 Birth Place: Alabama Death Date: 16 Jan 1922 Death Place: Boaz, Marshall, Alabama Burial Date: 17 Jan 1922 Cemetery Name: "Liberty" Death Age: 67 Race: White Marital Status: Widowed Gender: Female Father Name: Moore Spouse Name: C T Fiquett FHL Film Number: 1908236
|I love genealogy||Sears - Ft. Lincoln|
In order to have your request fulfilled, please call Lincoln Cemetery and ask for the exact location of the grave. They can be a little difficult about giving out this information and it may take several calls. Just keep bugging them. 301-864-5090. Post the location in the memorial page in order to have your request fulfilled. It is impossible for requests to be fulfill the request without this info because they will not give it to us. The cemetery is huge and can not be walked. Thanks
|Fred Cook||RE: Carl Thornton Pace|
Majorie, I have a Bessie S Pace located close by, Mar 16, 1887...Aug 24, 1984...And a Martha Pace Ingram..Oct 28, 1896...May 21, 1978. I did notice a Pace headstone as I was leaving this morning ( they were having two funerals and I didn't get to look long ) Once again, I will be going back, and will look further. Hopefully I can help you out on these. One other thing, where Carl is Located, there were some bushes overlapping his grave. very well could be a headstone under there. If it's there, I will get it for you.
|Fred Cook||RE: Carl Thornton Pace|
I thought it odd that they were together. Some of these were hard to read. I am going back in a day or so, and will look again to make sure. I thought I had found it, but the dates were way off, so I will check again.
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