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musicalpreacher (#47407236)
 member for 6 years, 3 months, 26 days
Dennis Ison
Georgia Ann Hindman Prickett
Your picture is sideways.

Added by Dennis Ison on Mar 09, 2017 11:18 PM

mary jo bassham
Dorans Cove Cemetery
you have put a picture of the Dorans Cove Cemetery Day and stated you had scanned the names on the back and had put it in the site. the scanned names are not thee. will you please add the scan thank you mary jo bassham

Added by mary jo bassham on Nov 25, 2016 7:42 AM

Please request transfer from the Edit place on each memorial.
I need your Find A Grave id number on the request.

Added by Rosetta on Jun 30, 2016 10:53 AM

RE: Correction on Arendale Location
I entered the data you sent in their memorials. Thank you so much for working together. Are you a descendant? Do you want to manage their memorials? Just request to do so from their memorials and I will transfer them to you.

Added by Rosetta on Jun 30, 2016 10:35 AM

Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
RE: MORE correction on Joel B. Arendale
I have sent the lady who added Joel and his wife the information to copy & paste. I only added Jr, so will add information to his page. Please do not duplicate - it really creates havoc when trying to link. That is why there is only suppose to be one memorial per person.

Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Jun 27, 2016 2:00 PM

Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
RE: MORE correction on Joel B. Arendale
I decided since there were two sets of markers to leave both sets of pages. I have referenced the original pages to the ones you created. How are you sure which cemetery they are actually buried in?

Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Jun 27, 2016 1:48 PM

Doris E. Williams-Keefer
Susan Arendale Williams
What document sent you to the other cemetery telling you they were buried there instead of where stated?

Added by Doris E. Williams-Keefer on Jun 27, 2016 10:28 AM

Judy K. Brantley/Wilson
RE: MORE correction on Joel B. Arendale
You were not really suppose to create new memorials, but correct the existing ones, as they were already on.

Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Jun 27, 2016 8:01 AM

James Earl (Sam) Price
John Griffing Jones
Very good. i have begun. I am anxious to read it myself. I am interested in what he had to say about Slavery. This was a very, yes perhaps ugly, but complicated problem. It, the subject of Slavery, and the Civil War, were not nearly as simple as many people would have us believe.

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on May 31, 2016 6:41 AM

Betty Atkinson
Raymon Benjamin Cobb
I see that you posted the photo of his stone and appreciate it..I'm wondering if you know anything about his family or if there is anyone still living in the area that does? I have his father as Albert D. Sr... whose father was Adrian Cobb and mother was Rebecca Crossley.... but I can't find anything on Adrian's parents...and would love to talk with someone from the family who is interested in family history.. thanks

Added by Betty Atkinson on May 29, 2016 12:44 PM

James Earl (Sam) Price
John Griffing Jones
I am going to suggest and urge you to nominate Reverend John Griffing Jones to Find a Grave as a Famous internment.
I think I am going to go to work and try to get Tobias GIbson and Bishop Charles Betts Galloway made famous people.
You know about Tobias Gibson and Bishops Galloway was the nearest thing we Methodist in Missisisppi have had to a "Pope." Sam P

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 28, 2016 8:51 AM

James Earl (Sam) Price
John A B Jones
Refer his Bio material. Two errors should be corrected concerning the Port Gibson Female Academy.
It closed in 1928 instead.
It is today is the Port Gibson, Mississippi, twon Hall instead.
Also, some good info on him.
Google up "J A B Jones Masonic Lodge.
Hard to find info in this area and that era.
James Earl (Sam) Price

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 19, 2016 2:11 AM

James Earl (Sam) Price
John Grfiffing Jones
Wintergreen in Port Gibson, Claiborne County, Mississippi, where Reverend Jones is buried is a unique place, It has many famous & semi - famous, unique and unusual people buried there. These include several Verterans of the Revoluton, (One man, Mr. Ingraham, was a Lexington and rode in the parade that welcomed Lafayette to Philadelphia in 1825.) Civil War General Earl Van Dorn, etc.
The Historical Society has in past few years develped a walking tour. They put it on a couple of times a year I think. This past time., they honored Reverend John Griffing Jones.
James Earl (Sam) Price.

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 19, 2016 1:21 AM

James Earl (Sam) Price
John Griffing Jones
I was involved in the project in the beginning. Past Three years I have been having some health problems and have only been able to offer advice and mostly encouragement for the project form a far, I am certainly in favor of it and would also encourage your good wife to find a way, I will help if possible, to make her information available.
James Earl (Sam) Price
I guess i should explain. I broke my ankle and lay in a hosptial bed for 4 months with my foot in the air, forbidden to put it on the floor,
I, of all things, forgot how to walk, am trying to learn again. Quite freutrating.

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 19, 2016 1:15 AM

James Earl (Sam) Price
Reverend John Griffing Jones
Very good. I am a layman member of the Methodists in Warren, Hinds, Claiborne & Copiah Counties in Mississippi. I have been active in the Mississippi Conference Archives and History for many years. I have several comments I would like to discuss with you. Thus - Will take several messages. Yes, I know Debra quite well.
I had missed "Mississippi" some how. Thank you for calling her to my attention. Also a good write up on Port Gibson College during J A B Jones tenure. Very hard to find info in this area during that era. It appears the Civil war overwhelmed everything.
Again, Thank Yoou.
James Earl (Sam) Price
P S. My family have been Methodists since the War of the Revolution. Many ancestors buried in the Methodist Church Yards back in South Carolina.

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 16, 2016 9:18 AM

James Earl (Sam) Price
John Grifffig Jones Memorial # 13546293
Dear Reverend. I just discovered John Griffing Jones in Wintergreen Cemetery in Port Gibson.
You did an excellent job on this Memorial.
Please look at the Middle child, the one named "Mississippi."""????
James Earl (Sam) Price

Added by James Earl (Sam) Price on Apr 15, 2016 7:14 PM

John Shane Wilkerson
RE: Tasha
Thank you Steve

Added by John Shane Wilkerson on Sep 24, 2015 4:30 PM

RE: Pictures
Thank you. It appears they have all been taken care of. I am related. Thanks for the offer, but I already manage the ones I am related to. Keep up the good work!

Added by Melody on May 19, 2015 6:02 AM

RE: Pictures
Most all of the McCrelles photos you added were. I think John and Pearlie was the only one that was right side up. :)

Added by Melody on May 15, 2015 10:08 AM

I am not sure why they aren't showing sideways. There are several of them. I even had a friend to look at them. Maybe try logging out, and then looking again. I guess it doesn't hurt to leave them, just wanted you to be aware of them.

Added by Melody on May 14, 2015 8:14 AM

Would you mind deleting the photo you uploaded to memorial 105076393. It uploaded sideways. Thank you. :)

Added by Melody on May 07, 2015 4:04 PM

RE: Mattie Mason Maxwell
Hello! I thought I would let you know that I not only have the letters re: Mattie Mason and a small number of postcards, but there is an "autograph" book of hers as well that has a written note in it from her father as well as from her friends (it's a thin little book), and a hymn book with Mattie's mother's name in it (Mary Roark), and a daily scripture book that may have belonged to Mattie's father. It has J R Mason written inside the front cover. There is also an undated, hand-written letter signed J R Mason. I need to find a box for it all (if you're wanting everything), but right now, postage is coming to roughly $2.69 or so. All the items cost $9.63 from the antique mall.

Please let me know if this is acceptable, and I can get these items out in tomorrow's mail.



P.S. Please email me - there were a few other things I took photos of that I wondered if you might be interested in. I'd like to send you the photos.

Added by Lisa on Mar 08, 2015 5:28 PM

68535249 Mattie Mason Maxwell
Hello! I was wondering if you might be interested in some correspondence involving Mattie Mason Maxwell? I was at an antique mall earlier this evening, and saw some letters and postcards having to do with Mattie. If you're interested, I would be willing to go buy them and send them to you, if you might be willing to reimburse me for the purchase price. I don't think it would be very much, but if you're interested, I can check into it for you. I can go back out tomorrow.

Let me know!


Added by Lisa on Mar 07, 2015 7:29 PM

Lucy #88942321
Thanks Myrt

Added by myrt on Feb 20, 2015 4:19 PM

Lucy J. Barnett Maxwell #88942321
Would you link Lucy to her father David Woodson Barnett #101699163 and her mother Laura Jane Martin Barnett #91617330? Thank you very much. Myrt #47951989

Added by myrt on Feb 15, 2015 10:58 AM


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