|Olive Oyl (#46829644)|
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family genealogist 30+ years! Member of local Historical Society, DAR and other Genealogical and Historical organizations.|
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|H. Ray Wilson||13977658|
Appears to be a duplicate, easy to do.
H. Ray Wilson
|H. Ray Wilson||13977658|
Olive Oyl, Photo added. H. Ray Wilson
|Mrs. Bee||Margaret Pennywitt|
In case you were not aware, there was a duplicate memorial. She is at memorial 53822914 with marker photo.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jan 13, 2017 3:02 PM
|Liz Kiser||Katherine Melissa priest lyles|
This is my great grandmother. My grandmother's name was Carrie Asylee Kiser. Brother was Burl lyles. Sister Pearl. I need info on Katherine Melissa priest Lyle's. Mamaw Kiser always told us she was native American and Katherine Melissa priest lyles had lived on a reservation. Where mamaw Kiser never mentioned where it was. I cannot on any of the census where it was written native American it listed white if you could please call me 731 610 8984. I don't do emails to well. Thabks
|Medora Johnson||RE: Sarah Hansen @Westview|
I have 3 pages of Family History for Abrams. The second page says of her: Sarah Elizabeth Abrams- born Feb. 2, 1857, near Dykes Store, GA, Floyd County. She married Georg J. Hansen of Denmark, July 6, 1882. She died in Atlanta July 31, 1924. He died April 28, 1929.
I do not know where he is buried. I do not find him on findagrave.com. If you know this, I would like to know.
I can send you the entire history but I could not figure out how to send in pubic message.
My Mother, almost 95, said Aunt Sally was from Rome. I have not heard of Dykes Store, GA.
This history was taken from a family Bible by Medora Field Perkerson, my Great Aunt.
You're very welcome.
Added by Lisa on Jan 13, 2016 7:51 PM
|Dari Mahan Wells||Nancy Smith Cupples|
Would you please transfer my great grandmother to me? Nancy Smith Cupples 19888748
|Sara Linch Brantley||RE: Richard Riley|
You're so welcome. Glad I could help out
|Diane Gravlee||RE: McMillan at nettleton|
Yes, it was a bit of a challenge for Nancy's as it was in two parts; the top was laying against the bottom part. We cleaned both up and managed to balance the top on the bottom long enough to take the photos. We replaced the top back down in front on the bottom for safe keeping.
|Dorothy Plumb||John Byrd|
Could he be John McClain Byrd Jr., b 1832 to John McClain Byrd Sr. and Mary Jane "Polly" Davenport Byrd, Cape Girardeau County MO.
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