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Jeannie Magers Wesley (#46635165)
 member for 12 years, 6 months, 16 days
RE: William Ezra Orr
Thanks for your reply Jeannie.

Added by LARRY ORR on Jun 19, 2016 7:02 PM

William E. Orr
Addition to my earlier message..........
If you had ancestors in middle TN we may be related.
Larry Orr

Added by LARRY ORR on Jun 04, 2015 3:27 PM

William E. Orr
Addition to my earlier message..........
If you had ancestors in middle TN we may be related.
Larry Orr

Added by LARRY ORR on Jun 04, 2015 3:05 PM

William E Orr
Ref: FindAGrave # 33292736

Please check the DOB for William. The Grave Monument and Birth Certificate do not match you entry.

Added by LARRY ORR on Jun 04, 2015 3:02 PM

Lloyd Paul Brannon, II
Easter Thank You 04 03 2015

In the event that I have not thanked you, personally, for the transfers that you have provided me with, I wish to do so at this time.

My retirement from all my social and family duties have dwindled down since my health has had the opportunity to allow me to beat my God given expiration date, with the help of family, fantastic physicians and hospital, and the implantation of a pacemaker. Rest is my priority when not doing some physical duties, yet Find A Grave and family ancestry tracing is still fun.

To all my Find a Grave friends, you have all been a tremendous help with your contributions to me and especially to this site.

Happy Easter, be safe, have fun and Thank You.

Lloyd Paul Brannon, II #47672485

Added by Lloyd Paul Brannon, II on Apr 03, 2015 9:47 PM

Greeta Cooksey
I'm not related and did not know her, so let's just let it go as is.

Added by Jean on Feb 05, 2014 8:56 PM

Perry L. Williams
RE: Ross Warren Black
Lovington is a good community, good people. I taught with Ross when he was still the basketball coach at Lovington HS

Added by Perry L. Williams on Feb 04, 2014 2:44 PM

Perry L. Williams
RE: Ross Warren Black
Thanks, Jeannie. Ross was well-known locally, state wide and even coached on the national level some.

Added by Perry L. Williams on Feb 04, 2014 10:47 AM

larise robinson
RE: James Riddle - Chico Cemetery
you are welcome

Added by larise robinson on Jan 23, 2014 7:59 AM

Donna J. Plamondon
Billie Murel Frazier Abbott
Information added, Thanks.

Added by Donna J. Plamondon on Oct 14, 2013 1:33 PM

billy majors

Added by billy majors on Oct 12, 2013 6:44 AM

RE: PL adhesive
I buy it at home depot, but have seen it at other stores, comes in a tube like silicone sealer. It comes in two grades, I use the premium, costs about $5.00 a tube and will do several stones, use it kinda sparingly, as they say a little goes a long way.
Bill Knight

Added by williamknight57 on Jun 06, 2013 10:58 AM

James Malcom Knight
Buffalo Gap cemetery, Great job of putting the stone back together for the photo, may I recommend PL adhesive if you want to make it a permanent fix, I use it all the time works great.
Thanks again
Bill Knight

Added by williamknight57 on Jun 06, 2013 8:47 AM

tricia potter
Now Jeannie, you barely let my fingers cool off before you had that added and waiting on me! You, you, you slow down, girl! LOL

Thank you so much for adding it.


Added by tricia potter on May 17, 2013 3:57 PM

RE: Minnie Agnes Stowe
Regarding Erma Mooney Greer,sorry no relation at all.

Added by LADONNA GREER COLLETT on Apr 28, 2013 9:23 PM

Lydia Wood James
RE: Joseph Alvan James
Dear Jeannie,
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! No worries about the initial mix-up. I completely understand about not wanting to transfer Joe's listing. It's my standard operating procedure to request a transfer on family listings that don't appear to have been uploaded by a family member. Often I find listings that were uploaded by someone just trying to list a whole cemetery. So I'm happily surprised to find one with a distant cousin attached! I'm not sure how directly you would be related, but Joe is the son of the younger brother of my husband's great-great grandfather. So if you are related to him, however distantly, there is a family connection!

Thank you for linking up his parents. That was my main goal in contacting you.

Hope you are having a good day!

Lydia James

Added by Lydia Wood James on Feb 11, 2013 11:44 PM

RE: Glenn Morgan
I notice in your bio you are in Abilene. Glenn and my brother in law came to Abilene Wylie to tell their story to history classes. This last year Glenn was unable to come because of his health. They would speak to 4 different classes, 2 for each. Bro in law spoke to all four this past year and I have their videos that teacher made. Don't think he is coming back this year.
I too will miss Glenn

Added by Txjimdandy on Jan 14, 2013 6:52 AM

Glenn Morgan
I notice you left a message on Glenn Morgan's memorial 102651818. I have added some more to it, I knew Glenn, heard him tell his story along with my brother in law several times, thought you might like to see his memorial again.

Added by Txjimdandy on Jan 14, 2013 6:26 AM

RE: Beatrice Crocker
I believe Elmo was the last one born in Okla.

Added by Elaine on Jan 08, 2013 5:36 PM

RE: Beatrice Crocker
TYPO! Ms Billie DIDN'T ask questions because her mom didn't want to talk much about those things. Got ahead of myself haha.

Added by Elaine on Jan 08, 2013 5:32 PM

RE: Beatrice Crocker
Ms Billie doesn't know where he is buried except that it's in some cemetery around where LaVern was born. Ms. Ollie Mae didn't talk about those deaths much and she ask too many questions because her mom didn't want to talk about it. The one week old boy was born between Elmo and John and she thinks it was in Pineland.

Added by Elaine on Jan 08, 2013 5:30 PM

RE: Beatrice Crocker
I dont know if I told you last time (or if I even knew it then), but Lavern's grandfather and g-grandfather is also buried in Crocker cemetery. I have linked them to Alembert here in Gum Springs. Ms. Billie says that all those Crockers are related to her. Alembert (buried in Crocker) owned somewhere between 300 and 600 acres down there. He set aside a small portion for that cemetery . It has been enjoyable following this family.

Added by Elaine on Jan 08, 2013 5:24 PM

RE: Beatrice Crocker
Oh please dont add it to her memorial. I have it. It is good that her sister corroborated the info that we have. You can't get a better source than that! Little bit at a time.

Added by Elaine on Jan 08, 2013 5:09 PM

RE: Stella Foxworth Holleman
I just love old info -- I have all kinds of stuff belonging to a gm I lived close to but ...

These are treasures.. glad I found one for you.

Added by Barbara on Nov 18, 2012 6:14 PM

Stella Foxworth Holleman
You added a pic to her memorial (52207041) and so thinking you might be related, I forward this info to you and I'll send to Gene Phillips, who set of memorial

The Booster
Purvis, Lamar County, Miss., Friday, January 30, 1959
Mrs. Stella Holleman 91, Former Citizen Dies.
Mrs. Stella Foxworth Holleman, 91, widow of George Wilson Holleman of Purvis, died at 12:30 a.m. Saturday, January 24th at Methodist Hospital in Hattiesburg.
Mrs. Holleman had been ill the past year but her condition became critical Christmas night and remained so until the time of her death.
She had made her home in Hattiesburg the past 15 years, with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas St. John, 205 Fourth Avenue. In that time she had endeared herself to a large circle of friends in the area.
Mrs. Holleman, born July 26, 1867, was the last surviving member of a family of 10 children born to Stephen Eldridge Foxworth and Mrs. Harriet Barnes Foxworth, of Marion County.
Survivors are four children: Mrs. Orville M. Taylor of Hattiesburg, Mrs. Thomas St. John of Hattiesburg, Mrs. John W. Reynolds of McComb, and Vernon W. Holleman, of Washington, D. C.
Also surviving her are 11 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews.
She was a member of the Methodist Church of Purvis and was active many years there in the Women's Society of Christian Service.
Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Hulett Funeral Home Chapel, with interment in the family plot in the Purvis Cemetery. Officiating was Dr. W. A. Tyson, pastor of Parkway Heights Methodist Church, and Rev. Howard S. Williams, pastor of Petal Presbyterian Church.
Pallbearers were Mrs. Holleman's grandsons and nephews: Thomas St. John, Jr., Larry St. John, Dwight Taylor, Bernard Reynolds, Wayne Loyer, James M. Longino, Jr. and Glynn Longino.

Added by Barbara on Nov 18, 2012 5:42 PM


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