|M. R. Lawson (#46840140)|
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|Agnes Brown Ammons||Curtis Ammons|
Thank you so much for the photo of Curtis' memorial.
Agnes Brown Ammons
|Donna Brummett||Providence Cem Hawkins Co. Tn|
Could you please give me directions to Providence Cem in Hawkins Co., TN. Thank you in advance for your help.
|MSL||Calvin Hawkins Sneed|
Hello, Mr. Lawson
Thanks for linking Calvin to his father, Jeremiah. I appreciate it.
Added by MSL on Nov 19, 2013 6:01 AM
|Anna Mohler Miller||Betty Delores St John Adkins|
Thank you for adding the pics of my grandmother's grave!
|Brady Kerr||Christina Shoaf Trantham|
Would you please link Christina to her parents for me-
Father Henry Shoaf 15712913
Mother Elizabeth Berrier Shoaf 15669323
Thank you so much.
Brady Wooten Kerr
|Brady Kerr||Christina Soaf Trantham|
Would you please link Christina Shoaf to her parents.
John Henry Shoaf, III 15669329
Elizabeth Berrier 15669323
I am trying to get as many of our Shoaf ancestors linked together.
Brady Wooten Kerr
|Ellen Veach||Clarence Grant Lawson|
I want to thank you for adding members of the Lawson family to Find A Grave. I am currently working on the ancestry of Odessa Lawson and you have been a great help by filling in 'gaps' in the family tree.
Thank you again, Ellen
Anyone who served in vietnam with Clark Franklin Rogers. Please contact me, I am his half brother.
Dr. Tony Horne
|david trantham||RE: Hello cousin.|
Hi: Nice hearing from you. I would be glad to share the pictures of Alexander and Christina.
All I need is an address or P.O. Box to send them to. I am David E. Trantham son of Hugh Lee, son of David Ernest, son Cicero Lee, son of Alexander and Chrisrina Shoaf Trantham
My Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
High Springs, Florida
Long time no hear!!!! I have been sick, bad heart attack and couldn't do much for a long time.
I think we talked about a cemetery in Greensboro next to Hester Park. I finally had a chance to go looking and I found it. It is so neglected and run down, broken and overturned stones. I took some pictures if you would like to see them.
The gate reads, Col James N. Mills and wife Betsy Armfield Mills. I found the Col's grave and I am going back and try to find Betsy.
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