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Buena Smith (#47066779)
 member for 8 years, 9 months, 20 days
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MN
William Clifton Eakes
That was fast. Thank you. MHN

Added by MN on Oct 24, 2012 6:06 PM

Scott A. Martin
Samuel & Nancy Turner
Buena - I just happened to see your recent memorials for Samuel and Nancy Turner. I know where they are buried but sadly their graves have been destroyed. They were buried in the William Pullen graveyard in Avondale (Jefferson County AL). Several years ago I found an article from the 1880s/1890s from an early Birmingham newspaper discussing the sad condition of the graveyard. Thankfully the writer of the article documentated the dates on the headstones:

Samuel Turner (born 11 August 1770 - died 4 July 1852)

Nancy Turner (born 4 May 1765 - died 22 October 1851)

If I remember correctly the small graveyard was located on 6th Ave S between 34th and 35th Streets South (Avondale).

There were two other graves located in the small graveyard, that of William Pullen and his wife Mary. These two graves were relocated to Forest Hill Cemetery on 7 December 1924.

Let me find the article and I will scan it as a pdf and I will email it to you. I will try to find it tonight and I will email it to you from my work email.

Best regards - Scott

Added by Scott A. Martin on Oct 24, 2012 5:27 PM

dixiedarlinMS
RE: James P. Burell #18791781
I would love to transfer him to you, but he is my 4great grandfather on my grandmother's maternal side and my 3great grandfather on my grandmother's paternal side. Could we make a connection? Please email me!!

Added by dixiedarlinMS on Oct 20, 2012 10:41 AM

NDN
RE: James A. Turner #45343961
Hi there,
I'd rather not transfer this one as he is my direct ancestor.

I'd rather have the place of burial before linking. The primary purpose of findagrave is to find a grave. Are there any sources for where they might have been buried?

Added by NDN on Oct 19, 2012 1:59 AM

MEHistory
RE: Nancy (Turner) Paerson
Thanks Buena

Added by MEHistory on Oct 05, 2012 11:42 AM

Lisa Goss Sanders
Spring Ridge
I have Spring Ridge and Ellington-Turner listed as 2 different cemeteries. No GPS or known location on Ellington-Turner. The GPS for Spring Ridge takes you to the spot where I made the pictures. If you can give any directions, i will be glad to double check. I hope that the cemetery is still out there somewhere and that the GPS was simply wrong.

Added by Lisa Goss Sanders on Oct 01, 2012 7:49 PM

Beth Austin
RE: Joseph T. Turner #48057138
Thank you for the information for Joseph and his wife. I have added it.

Added by Beth Austin on Sep 30, 2012 1:01 PM

Ralph J. Polk Jr.
RE: Elizabeth A Stone Turner
I'm sorry but I don't have any pictures of the lady. Ralph Polk

Added by Ralph J. Polk Jr. on Sep 30, 2012 12:49 PM

Beth Austin
RE: Joseph T. Turner #48057138
Be glad to add her. Thank You!

Added by Beth Austin on Sep 29, 2012 8:02 PM

Mike Terry
RE: Annie Turner #21369830
Made the changes... Do you know the findagrave number for her parents?

Added by Mike Terry on Sep 28, 2012 4:43 PM

Bob Carter
Wayne Ham
As I understand it, Wayne Ham (46872720) was prohibited from posting anymore burials or attachments in Find A Grave because he was posting duplicate memorials even after being warned not to post them.

They can probably transfer his burials that are related to you by sending them a note to edit@findagrave.com and explain the situation. If he has several burials you are connected to, make sure you give them the burial ID number.

Bob

Added by Bob Carter on Sep 22, 2012 12:39 PM

leahsue
RE: Nancy P. Byars
Just linked her Father. It's nice to connect the families.

Added by leahsue on Mar 15, 2012 8:51 PM

Donna Hancock
RE: Gordon & Betty Allen
Hi Buena - You're in luck. I'm not usually in the area, but I happened to be driving right by this morning for an errand after church. So you asked on just the right day! Usually it takes me 1-2 months to get around to driving over there. I just emailed you.

Added by Donna Hancock on Mar 04, 2012 4:35 PM

Patricia England Shaffer
Edmond Eaks
Edmond was my gggg grandfather and would love to know if you have any info that you would like to share.
Thanks, Patty

Added by Patricia England Shaffer on Nov 04, 2011 8:00 PM

Have Paws will travel !
Abraham Kuykendall
Regarding your request for a transfer sorry will not transfer he is also my 5th g/grandfather.

R & S

Added by Have Paws will travel ! on Jul 22, 2011 5:25 PM

roots_planted
TURNER Barney
Looks Great!

Added by roots_planted on May 17, 2011 3:25 PM

roots_planted
RE: Barney B. Turner
Thanks for asking!!

BARNEY B. TURNER was born 1797 in Spartanburg District, South Carolina, and died 1882 in Attala County Mississippi. He married ELIZA/ELIZABETH CALLAHAN. She was born 1800 in Tenn or Kentucky, and died 1893 in Attala County Mississippi. Burial: Macedonia Methodist Cemetery, Attala Co.

BARNEY B. TURNER was the son of Samuel and Nancy Turner.

During the 1850's, they moved by wagon train from Jefferson Co., Ala to Attala County along with a large number of Turner Kin, Cummins, Ellard, Armstrong, and others.

A daughter, Lucinda Turner Cummins, is buried along side her husband Willis W. Cummins at Doty Springs Cemetery.

Added by roots_planted on May 17, 2011 2:13 PM

Fred Downs
RE: Abraham Kuykendall
Buena,

My info shows that James KUYKENDALL died before 24 Sep 1832 in Habersham Co., GA but nothing on where he or Mary are buried.

Sory,

Fred Downs

Added by Fred Downs on May 11, 2011 12:30 PM

Georgia
RE: Benjamin R. Culpepper
I'm sorry but I don't have any idea where they are buried.
Georgia

Added by Georgia on Apr 26, 2011 4:29 PM

John Andrew Meyer
William Allen
I found this in a web-site about old towns in Mississippi.


F. M. Glass settled near the village around 1845. He was a member of the Mississippi Legislature in the 1880's and a member of the Mississippi Constitutional Convention of 1890. William Allen lived in the area before the Civil War and is buried in the Sallis Cemetery. He had two sons, Matt and Will Allen. Other early settlers were John Sallis, Robert J. Woods, William Butler Loyd, Enoch and Nancy Williams, the Ellingtons, Harmans and Browns as well as the Blacks and Hendersons. A little to the west, between Bluff Springs and the Big Black, early settlers included William Rainey and his sons, James C., David and William Rufus and also John and Nancy Russell.

Added by John Andrew Meyer on Aug 11, 2009 11:59 AM

John Andrew Meyer
Sallis Cemetery
In the Transcription of Sallis Cemetery there are a lot more Turner's buried than shown. I'll send you a copy of the Transcription.

John

Added by John Andrew Meyer on Jun 02, 2009 10:59 AM

John Andrew Meyer
Allen family at Sallis Cemetery
I found a transcription of Sallis Cemetery and added more Allen's. I have not cross referenced it yet to my Allen file.

My new e-mail address is hookipajohn2@hotmail.com

John

Added by John Andrew Meyer on Jun 01, 2009 12:06 AM

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