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Southernatheart (#47010590)
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Thank you for your visits to my Angels on the site. Best wishes, Southernatheart

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Sandy Morrey
RE: Shouse markers
Thank you very much for you time in this. Unfortunate that there is not a marker for Charles, but so be it.
Added by Sandy Morrey on Feb 24, 2017 2:52 PM
RE: Markers for James & Sarah Pruitt
We'd love to see Pruitt photos posted on their findagrave pages! Sorry I didn't get your message sooner. What a nice thing to do.
Added by want2buytheworldacoke on Feb 24, 2017 10:25 AM
James Pruitt Cemetery Search
Hi Again,

Thanks for your help in searching for James. A very important effort in helping me and my family's researchers!

We truly appreciate it. I have submitted your information to the memorial page's manager and hopefully he/she will add it.

Again, thank you!
Added by want2buytheworldacoke on Feb 24, 2017 10:12 AM
Thanks for all the time it took to try and find Sarah Pruitt. I wrote the owner of the memorial page with updates on the grave's situation (marked as "unknown" or simply not marked). I truly appreciate the hard work! I could not make it to the region perhaps any time in my life, and so it means a great deal.
Added by want2buytheworldacoke on Feb 24, 2017 10:06 AM
RE: Hezekiah Brown Descendants
I would be interested in learning what you might have on Hezekiah Brown. I am descended from his elder brother James Brown b. 1809. There is some dispute over the names of their parents. Any info you might have to clear this up would be helpful.
Added by TNB on Nov 13, 2016 8:51 AM
Thanks so much for the kind words. Please add me to your friend list and let me know if I can ever help you in any way.
Added by Hutch on Dec 27, 2015 5:10 PM
RE: West Lawn Cemetery Photos
Sorry I've taken so long to get in touch with you. First, thank you so very much for your permission to use your photos. Second, no my McKinney line comes from North & South Carolina. They came to Texas in early 1840's--and settled in Harrison County. wrmcferrin
Added by wrmcferrin on Jun 08, 2015 8:16 AM
West Lawn Cemetery Photos
May I have your permission to use your photos that pertain to my family in my Ancestry Tree? I give owner/photographer credit for any photos that I am allowed to use. I am interested in James Cox Crawford who is a nephew to my GG-Grandmother Margaret Henrietta Cox Willis--sister of Elizabeth Matilda Cox Crawford Willis. Thanks wrmcferrin
Added by wrmcferrin on May 14, 2015 10:05 AM
RE: Pitts Family

I don't know that I ever replied to your message. It's been so long, I can't remember for sure where Mr. Pitts falls in line. =)

I'll have to look it up and get back to you. I think I may recall, but I'm also not sure if I'm crossing my wires and thinking of a couple things at once.

I think it's on my paternal grandmother's side. My grandma's dad died when she was 2, and we knew nothing for the longest time. I discovered some links just a couple weeks after she died (I kinda think she led me that way - found nothing for years, then...boom!). If I remember correctly, it was her grandfather, perhaps, who married into the Pitts family. I have to double check. But I think that's it. I found something that someone was buried in a Pitts family cemetery, then going back to I found more info that tied him to the Pitts family. The last name was Short, if that rings any bells and I'm on the right track.

I'll be in touch!

Best regards,

Added by cndctr on Mar 14, 2015 6:19 AM
Perry Youngs
RE: Busey Family in Indiana
Sure you can use the pictures. I was in St Jo MO about 20 years ago and if I remember it was where the Pony Express originated.

Perry Youngs
Added by Perry Youngs on Oct 28, 2014 9:09 AM
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