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Martha Jean Holmes Saint Grimes (#47475807)
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Steve Vest
RE: Lizzie & Lillie Miles
You may want to try searching at It is free and that is where I do my research. There wasn't an entry for Will Saint there, but I created one that is attached to Evie.

Added by Steve Vest on Apr 11, 2017 5:51 PM

Steve Vest
RE: Lizzie & Lillie Miles
I was born in Decatur. Unfortunately I don't have any information on the Saints.

Added by Steve Vest on Apr 11, 2017 5:28 PM

Steve Vest
RE: Lizzie & Lillie Miles
You are very welcome. My relationship to the twins is very indirect. I got to them while researching the first husband of Rosa McGill, Jim Brand. There are relationships to my family through two of Jim Brand's kids, Maudie and Aleray.

I just try to submit suggestions where I can. Most of my research is done online and often they are of people I never knew. I just consider making sure the information of ancestors is correct a good way to honor them. Unfortunately a lot of times there is no way to be certain.

Take Care

Added by Steve Vest on Apr 10, 2017 11:58 AM

Samuel Childers
The initials were definitely S W.

Added by Szymrtn on Sep 05, 2016 9:39 AM

Samuel Childers Photo
This is the only headstone that I could find that would possibly be Samuel S Childers. There were many unmarked in this general area. If you believe this to be an incorrect photo, just message me and I will remove it.

Added by Szymrtn on Sep 03, 2016 3:56 PM

Mina Benton
RE: Thomas Melvin Vaughn
I found the marriage on Lawrence County Marriage Records database index for Melvin Vaughan:

Groom: Vaughan, Melvin
Bride: Annie Crotwell
Date: 2 May 1915
Book P Page 275.
I looked to see how hard it is to browse the images for Alabama Marriages on familysearch. One database is called Alabama Marriages 1816-1957 and has 1,412,065 records. The 2nd database is Alabama County Marriages 1809-1950 and it has 2,310,900 records and it is not broken down into counties until you open each microfilm record. It will take a while to find the image for this marriage, but I am sure it exists.

Added by Mina Benton on Oct 03, 2015 1:03 PM


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