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Magnolia (#47022453)
 member for 9 years, 2 months, 24 days
RE: Kate Davidson Beale
I had noticed this recent request, I had the photo up since '14. In order to reply back to you on this request, I had to go to my stored photos & find & send to you directly. No problem, this is what we do on Find A Grave...wish I enjoy being a part of.

Added by Judie on Sep 19, 2017 8:51 AM

RE: Sarah T Compton
You are very welcome! Yes, soon the info on the headstone will be lost unless it is saved online.... And I believe her birth year is 1799.


Added by Daggz on Aug 10, 2017 11:17 AM

RE: William Walton Clark
You're very welcome! I looked for a single marker for William but couldn't find one. I'll go back again and he's on my list to keep looking for. Have a great evening.

Added by Bonnie on Aug 07, 2017 2:26 PM

RE: Samuel Weatherly
You're welcome! Glad to help!

Added by Laura on Jul 31, 2017 10:05 AM

Tommye Price
Miles Alexander
Thank you, Magnolia, for his information. I have it added. Tommye

Added by Tommye Price on Jul 26, 2017 11:59 AM

Sheila Nimmo
Charles Sprigg
Are you related to the Comptons and the Spriggs? I am related to but not descended from the second wife of George Harry Sprigg.

Added by Sheila Nimmo on Jul 23, 2017 6:23 AM

Judge Fly #80378788
Thanks for the info about Judge Fly. I do want it to be correct. Do you know where he IS buried? I'll happily transfer the page to the new cemetery. Sherry

Added by Sherry on Jul 14, 2017 3:55 PM

RE: Sarah Bates Clark
Thanks! I just try to get photos that I would want! I was pleased how well it came out.

Added by catonlocke123 on Jul 12, 2017 7:17 PM

King, Jacob Cobun (1802-Mar 2 1858)
You have input this gentleman 9 times. 8 of the memorials do not have a cemetery listed.
The 9th memorial does have him listed in King's Landing Cemetery.
You should delete the other 8 memorials.


Added by Elaine on May 30, 2017 6:25 AM

Janet Mullins Ward
Henrietta Brown (CORRECTION ?)
I may be mistaken about the identity of which James P. Brown was Henrietta's husband. A dirct descendant of James says his parents were:

Joseph Redding Brown (1811 - 1875)
Mary Ann Clary Brown (1816 - 1896)

My James Knox Polk Brown was living with his parents Wiley and Clarissa Brown & siblings in 1850 in Bibb Co AL and with his widowed mother Clarissa and siblings in 1860 and 1870.

1860 West Side Cahaba River, Bibb, Alabama,
Clarissa Brown 41 Nancy Brown 21 Araminta Brown 19 Dallas Brown 14 James P Brown 11 Luther Brown 8

1870 Township 4 Range 9, DeSoto, Mississippi, United States
Clarisa Brown 53 Jas K Brown 20 Luther Brown 18

I'll keep looking.
Janet Mullins Ward

Added by Janet Mullins Ward on May 27, 2017 8:00 AM

Janet Mullins Ward
Henrietta Brown
I believe Henrietta was married to James Knox Polk Brown whom I believe was the son of Wiley Brown and Clarissa Shuttlesworth. I am descended from the Brown family. Even though James Knox Polk Brown wasn't a close ancestor, I am still very interested. I have lost track of Wiley and Clarissa's children as they moved west. My branch left Bibb Co. AL after the Civil War. They were in Lafayette Co. MS and on to Navarro Co. TX by 1890.I'd love to hear what you know of Clarissa and James. Are you a member of
Janet Mullins Ward

Added by Janet Mullins Ward on May 27, 2017 7:45 AM

Nathan Boulden pic request
I tried finding your pic request but did not come up with anything for you. My first attempt as a new findagrave member. I looked through entire cemetery Wed morning. I found some new Boulden head stones but struck out on your request. 1/3 of the tombstones this cemetery, void of any legible marking. Another 1/3, barely legible. Sorry I could not find your pic.

Added by jmurphy on Apr 27, 2017 4:18 PM

Linda Shepard Salzer
RE: Elizabeth Ann Weller

Added by Linda Shepard Salzer on Apr 02, 2017 1:32 PM

Linda Shepard Salzer
RE: Elizabeth Ann Weller
Not necessarily. Most of the graves in this cemetery have many people with different last names all buried in the same grave. Many are not listed separately on the marker or gravestone. There is a written record with some of the history.

Added by Linda Shepard Salzer on Apr 02, 2017 1:26 PM

Tim Burgess
RE: William H. Liming Daguerreotype
Fell free to use as you wish. I found his image on the internet, II believe it was on Pin interest. I am not related to this soldier. Tim

Added by Tim Burgess on Feb 12, 2017 4:09 AM

Tim Burgess
Fell free to use as needed. I found it (I believe) on the internet at Pininterest. Tim

Added by Tim Burgess on Feb 01, 2017 9:06 AM

Janet Elliott Douglas
RE: Annie Weatherly photo
Please contact Daniel Elliott for permission to use the picture

Added by Janet Elliott Douglas on Jan 30, 2017 7:12 PM

Tim Burgess
Yes, he is on the left. If you open the photo the caption will identify him. Thanks, Tim

Added by Tim Burgess on Jan 29, 2017 3:58 PM

Nancy Thompson
RE: John Compton
You are very welcome. Glad I had the picture in my files.
Regards, Nancy

Added by Nancy Thompson on Jan 16, 2017 6:13 PM

Rick Bryant
Photo and obituary of Serena Hines was obtained from a genealogy written by my mother's cousin, S.W. Simmons.
I am descended from Serena through her daughter Louisa Caroline who married Hardeman Carroll Simmons, their son William Beauregard Simmons, his daughter Emma Eliza Simmons Blizzard, her daughter, Ruth Blizzard Bryant, who is my mother.
You are more than welcomed to use the photo. S.W.'s book was self-published in 1979, and he typed it himself and photocopied photographs, so the quality is not up to today's standards. I scanned the photo from the book, and couldn't get any better quality. I don't know who has the original - probably someone in S.W.'s family.

Added by Rick Bryant on Dec 08, 2016 7:54 PM

Peachy Pringle
RE: Edward Snyder's Mother
Well, spelling wasn't always standardized; it was kind of like cornbread. There isn't just one correct recipe for cornbread and a person can make it however they want. People used to could spell their name however they liked that day.
However, Regenolt does not seem to be a common spelling. I don't ever see any other people in Louisiana or Mississippi named Regenolt. There have been people named Regenold in Louisiana and Mississippi, so that is likely the preferred spelling.
Rebecca Regenold Snyder could be Edwards sister. She could have been given her mother's maiden name as a middle name - that still happens.
Rebecca could be Edward's wife. Regenold could be her maiden name - she being a matrilineal cousin of some degree. That used to be common.
Rebecca could just be Edward's cousin - her mother being Elizabeth's sister and her father being Matin's brother.
Rebecca could be Edward's mother's niece (Rebecca Regenold) who married Edward's father's nephew (Snyder).
I don't find a death certificate for Rebecca in Louisiana. That would help.
On the 1910 Census - Police Jury Ward 3, Tangipahoa, Louisiana - is a Rebecca Smyder(Snyder) who is about the right age and she has a daughter, Davida Snyder who was born in 1887?
Come to think of it, on the 1860 Census in St Helena Parish, Edward has 2 sisters, Julia born 1852 and Sarah born 1858 - no Rebecca.
Well, so, it looks to me that nothing is a perfect fit.

Added by Peachy Pringle on Oct 12, 2016 7:22 PM

Peachy Pringle
RE: Edward Snyder's Mother
I think we still have problems.
We went by the cemetery and had a close up look today. Edward J Snyder's tombstone definitely says that his mother is Elizabeth REGENOLT. (I added a couple of photos to his memorial page - temporarily - so that you could see her name more clearly. The light for photography is never good under the live oak trees by his grave.)
Buried directly behind Edward J Snyder is Rebecca REGENOLD Synder. Probably they are related, but she is not his mother because Edward was born in 1853 and Rebecca was born in 1857.
Edward's tombstone had been repaired with pins and glue, but it has come apart again.
I am not related to any of the people buried in Arcola-Roseland.

Added by Peachy Pringle on Oct 11, 2016 1:44 PM

Peachy Pringle
Edit for Edward Snyder, Arcola-Roseland Cemetery
Are you sure about his mother's name being Elizabeth Regenoley? I have always thought the tombstone said Elizabeth REGENOLT or REGENOLD or maybe even REGENOLDT all of which would be much more likely in a German name.

Added by Peachy Pringle on Oct 10, 2016 2:43 PM

Keith Hunt
RE: Joseph Todd
Hello, no I'm not related. I was perusing some newspapers and thought that clipping might be a nice addition to the memorial.

Added by Keith Hunt on Jul 14, 2016 4:59 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Joseph Todd
I found it listed in the Campbell County Marriage records. If you need a copy I would recommend the genealogy department of the Kenton County Public Library in Covington. They are extremely helpful.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Jul 07, 2016 7:48 PM


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