|Kathy Burnette||RE: Two men named James E SCOTT|
Would love to see your info on the two James E Scotts. I figured they were cousins. My email is email@example.com Hope to hear from you soon.
Added by Kathy Burnette on Feb 10, 2017 10:18 PM
|Jana Walker||Martha Ella Lane Sears's nickname update|
Regarding your flowers and note for memorial 5458311, Martha Ella Lane Sears seems to have gone by the name "Ella," rather than "Mary," as you have. Could you update this? Thank you so much!
Added by Jana Walker on Feb 08, 2017 9:33 AM
|Jana Walker||Thank you!|
If you need some help, let me know. I'd love to know which Lanes you are related to! Jana Walker
Added by Jana Walker on Feb 06, 2017 1:02 PM
|Dana Meeks||Sarah Jane Combs Lane|
You sent a correction that my memorial was a duplicate. My memorial -
Sarah Jane Combs Lane Record added: Dec 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 102220607
then you cited the other memorial
Sarah Jane Combs Lane
Created by: Phillip Snow
Record added: Jul 10, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 166737211
Obviously, my memorial was created first - so I did not create a duplicate. I input the information from this website:
From that website:
"Research notes for Sarah Combs Lane
Research Note: This obit reads that Jane was buried in Madry Cemetery - which is in error - because her death certificate has that she is buried in Purdy Cemetery. August 15, 1914, Saturday, Cassville Democrat - Mrs. Jane Lane Dead: Mrs. Jane (Combs) Lane of Purdy died Monday, August 10, 1914 age 90 years and 15 days of the infinitives of old age. She was born July 29, 1824 in Tennessee and went with her parents to Madison County, Arkansas about 1838, where she grew to womanhood and married Mr. Lane who died some fifty years ago. Sara was the mother of five children, two daughters and three sons, the sons are living and are: Wilson and Jerry Lane of Purdy, and Columbus Lane of Monett all highly respected citizens of Barry county. Mrs. Lane was a member of the Hard Shell Baptist Church and a very religious woman, who had the respect and high esteem of all her acquaintances. She had resided in Barry county since about 1865, coming here in the dark and gloomy days of war, she had seen Barry county grow from almost nothing to one of the best sections of this state. She was a sister of Mace Combs of near Purdy, one our oldest citizens, and of the late Wheeling Combs of Butterfield, and Mrs. Thos. Clark of near Pioneer, MO. Rev. Taylor of the Hard Shell Baptist Church, conducted services at the Madry Cemetery near Purdy, where the remains were interred Tuesday. A grand old mother and citizen has gone to her blessed reward for a well spent life on earth. Her many splendid virtues are worthy of imitation."
I believe Phillip Snow Record added: Jul 10, 2016, Find A Grave Memorial# 166737211 has created the duplicate and you should contact him for the correction.
Many people have added links to this memorial for all the children except for the one child Christopher.
Can all the others be wrong?
Added by Dana Meeks on Jan 08, 2017 2:18 AM
|John Evans||deleting flowers|
To delete a flower just click on the image not your name and you will be able to delete it
Added by John Evans on Dec 30, 2016 5:33 AM
|Skippersgirl||RE: Lane family of Sibley, LA|
The three Lane memorials I managed here in Sibley have been transferred to you. Check out the other Lane memorials and see if these are part of your family,
Kindest regards, Ann
Added by Skippersgirl on Nov 22, 2016 5:04 AM
|Marilyn Becker||RE: Mary Crawford|
Thank you so much.
Added by Marilyn Becker on Oct 23, 2016 12:16 PM
|chcobe||William T Lane|
I am doing Ellen Manuel's edits for her while she is ill. Can you please forward your source for Mr. Lane's middle name of Tidence that you requested?
Added by chcobe on Sep 02, 2016 11:28 AM
|Leslyn Fletcher||RE: Request for Henry Clay Scott photo|
Here's the link to that page. They have a lot of names listed there that may help you with your connection.
Added by Leslyn Fletcher on Aug 21, 2016 11:15 AM
|Leslyn Fletcher||Scott Cemetery Photo|
This cemetery is located on private property near what is called "Scott Community" and later Fairview. The property was part of the original Flowers servey and was purchased by Henry C. Scott in January of 1860. It was the Scott Family burial ground until Henry Scott died in 1892 and the land was sold in the estate settlement. In a very recent time there was at least 30 tombstones in this cemetery with a gazebo, and it was fenced. All of two of the tombstones have been destroyed, and the crypt of my great great grandmother, Sarah Elizabeth is broken, and the marker is gone. The two remaining are: William R. Scott born May 19, 1861 on this property and died August 23, 1887. He was the son of Henry and Sarah Elizabeth Scott. My great great grandfather, Henry Clay Scott, born May 16, 1836 in Warren county Kentucky, and died January 12, 1892 on this farm. Henry achieved the rank of Major in the civil war and toward the latter half of the war commanded a Mississippi Company. Henry Scott was also known to be among the group of men that stole the Van Zandt county records and took them to Wills Point and barricaded the road to prevent them from being retaken, in the attempt to change the county seat from Canton to Wills Point. It became what they called the "Great Courthouse War".
Added by Leslyn Fletcher on Aug 20, 2016 7:28 PM
|Brenda Howard||RE: Connection to the Carpenter line|
Transferred to your care! Good Luck in your researching! Have a great afternoon.
Added by Brenda Howard on Jul 12, 2016 4:40 PM
|Carolyn Street||RE: Request for Robert Fawcett photo|
Added by Carolyn Street on Jun 01, 2016 3:23 PM
|Sandy||RE: Memorials for Morris family|
Vicki, I'm related to Laura Morris. She was my great grandmother"s sister. I never met her husband George growing up. Sandy
Added by Sandy on Feb 23, 2016 4:23 PM
|Rick OBrien||RE: Memorial# 23312502|
Transfer done...all set :)
Added by Rick OBrien on Jan 16, 2016 6:35 PM
|Bob Rowe||RE: Photo for Vanda|
You are welcome. Took photos of her parents markers also.
Added by Bob Rowe on Dec 06, 2015 3:33 PM
|Joe Pearce||Elizabeth Pearce Morris|
You state that Nancy died by the time of her father's will.
My memorial states:
1850 Federal Census taken 11/5/1850, for Cherokee Co., GA: Shadrek Morris, age 70; Elizabeth Morris, age 60; Nancy Morris, age 40.
Elizabeth appears in the above 1850 Federal Census and is deceased at the time of her father's will on 8/9/1854.
It is Elizabeth's father that died - not Nancy's father. Elizabeth's father was John Pearce. John's will is stated on his Find A Grave memorial.
I don't have a copy of Shadrack's will.
Hope that clarifies everything for you.
Joe A. Pearce 46885687
Added by Joe Pearce on Oct 15, 2015 12:06 PM
|RobMinteer57||Tidence and Lucy Lane|
No, I'm not related, so will be glad to transfer them to you if you are.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Oct 02, 2015 2:18 PM
|Marilyn Becker||RE: Mary Crawford|
Added by Marilyn Becker on Aug 21, 2015 6:39 PM
|Greg Etheridge||Emily Lane|
Hey Vickie, I just wanted to touch base with you on this request. Is Emily the wife of WB Lane? I was out there again today and the headstone still has not been fixed. I contacted someone about it again today and hopefully we can get it fixed soon. The guy I spoke with today said the wife of WB Lane is buried there and her name is on the headstone.
Added by Greg Etheridge on Aug 13, 2015 2:58 PM
|Sandy Lyle||RE: Georgia Pearl Lane marriage certs|
Hi Vickie, I was going to get in touch with you. I'm not related to Georgia Pearl Lane or her husband(s). I'm not sure why I started researching her family. I apparently was looking into someone that lived in Paulding County, Georgia, and it led to them. If I manage anyone in the family, I'll be happy to transfer them to you. Just let me know who they are. Thanks for contacting me. I appreciate your kind words. Sandy
Added by Sandy Lyle on Aug 10, 2015 1:25 PM
|Marilyn Becker||RE: Mary Crawford|
Just found this new clue. Thanks. My 4th ggf.
Added by Marilyn Becker on Aug 10, 2015 11:05 AM
|Pam Middlebrooks||Grave of Harriett Lane Dunlap|
I should be able to take a photo of her and her husband's grave within the next 2-3 weeks. My husband has family in Heard County and Robert Minor Dunlap is his 3rd great grandfather so I am really looking forward to visiting the cemetery.
I'm not signing up up for the photo request in case someone is able to do it sooner. We will be out of town next week.
Added by Pam Middlebrooks on Jul 31, 2015 8:28 AM
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Harris|
Sorry, for some reason your edit did not show up on my email. Just logged on and saw. Thanks. Any info would be appreciated. gail
Added by Gail and Scott Hannah on Jul 06, 2015 8:21 PM
|LillieLouEllyn||RE: Parents of Buckner Harris|
Yes please Email me @ LillieLouEllyn@aol.com
He is my grandmothers fathers baby brother
I have tried to get him added to the family
On the 1850 census you will find him and my same Harris family in Town, Gwinnett County,, Georgia
Your Buckner Jasper is listed on his father's tombstone with the other children too.
Mary Leota Sally Cuppmis his mother
Added by LillieLouEllyn on Jun 29, 2015 12:49 PM
|Honore||RE: Rodes Monument|
My line is from Mary RODES 1703-1765 b in England and d Virginia. She was dau of Charles RODES 1660-1919 b England & d Virginia. Mary RODES m William SLADDING 1701/2-1788 b & d Virginia.
Added by Honore on Jun 12, 2015 6:00 PM