|Shirley Burks Wells (#46511681)|
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BEATITUDES OF THE FAMILY GENEALOGIST|
Blessed are the great grandmothers, who hoarded newspaper clippings and old letters, for they tell the story of their time.
Blessed are all the grandfathers who filed every legal document, for this provides proof.
Blessed are grandmothers who preserve family Bibles and diaries, for this is our heritage.
Blessed are father who elect officials that answer letter of inquiry, for some, this is their only link to the past.
Blessed are mothers who relate family traditions and legends to the family, for one of her children will surely remember.
Blessed are the relatives who fill in family sheets with extra data, for them we owe the family history.
Blessed is any family whose members strive for the preservation of records, for theirs is a labour of love.
Blessed are the children who will never say, "Grandma, you have told that old story twice today."
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Bosco Baptist Church Ceme...
Brandon Hall Cemetery, Ad...
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|Pat Carter||Hi Mrs. Shirley|
Tell me again what you wanted me to know
|Cherie Gardner Rawlings||Lula M Thomas|
FHL-SLC 976.3 B2gr Vol 13-14 Louisiana Genealogical Register Vol 14 Sep 1967 p43 Cook Cemetery submitted by Mrs Melvin B Short Monroe, LA who wrote: Born 8 JUNE 1887...if you live close it might be worthwhile taking a look since I cannot tell from the pic.
Thank you very much for all your hard work!
|Cherie Gardner Rawlings||Lou Jones and Johnnie should be Bonner|
according to this source:
FHL-SLC 976.3 B2gr Vol 13-14 Louisiana Genealogical Register Vol 14 Sep 1967 p43 Cook Cemetery submitted by Mrs Melvin B Short Monroe, LA who wrote: The following are all on one headstone, in one grave: Memory of Johnnie, born 7 Jan 1868, died 20 Jan 1869; Lou Jones, born 11 May 1869, died 23 May 1869; and 2 unnamed infants, children of Dr. William and Louisa Bonner.
|Christie Lewter Trulson||RE: anna mae bolen|
Do you know her parents names.
|Christie Lewter Trulson||anna mae bolen|
Hi Shirley, I am trying to locate more information on Anna Mae Bolen Lewter Harvey. She is my great grandmother and I am having a hard time locating any information on her. I would appreciate any help you have to offer. The best I can tell is that she married my great- grandfather James Jackson in Claiborne parish. I believe that her father was born in Louisiana, and her mother in Georgia, however, I am not having any luck as to their names. Thank you.
|Phantom 309||Funderburk descendants|
To clarify, you have created a memorial to Jacob Funderburk Sr.
Besides this being a 'burial unknown', which is outside Find A Grave guidelines,you have him dying in Alabama, when all other researchers have documented his death as occurring in South Carolina. This is disconcerting to those of us who are striving for exactitude.
If, as in your bio poem, those who file every legal document for providing proof are blessed, you might be able to provide proof for your undocumented burial, it would certainly be enlightening for the rest of us who have been unable to locate his proper resting place.
|Phantom 309||Funderburk descendants|
In the biography section of the early settlers, a bit of source information would be helpful, especially on the 'burial unknown' memorials.
Additionally, I fail to see the relevance by including your relationship to the Funderburk family in each the spaces intended for the individual's biography.
After all, they are not only your relatives, they are mine too, as well as hundreds of others. I feel that it would be prudent to leave virtual flowers with a note in regards to your relationship.
|Mike Teague||Nancy Peradine Sexton Teague|
Could someone tell me the ancestry of Nancy Teague Find A Grave 16717197. There is a daughter of William M Teague named Nancy Teague who married John Goodnight I believe who later died around 1930 or 1940. Could this Nancy be the same Nancy?
|S T :)||Thank you for your lovely work|
and also what a lovely "Blessed" message you gave!
Wishing you also blessings~
Added by S T :) on Jan 25, 2017 8:31 PM
|Al Robinson||Cottons, Bennett, Colemans, Myers and Ballards|
My name is Al Robinson and I am a descendant to all of the names listed above. Mostly from Louisiana and Georgia. Contact me if you think we have a mutual interest.
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