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Sky Pilot (#46739873)
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Bio Photo Hi, my name is Ray and I am a native Texan.

Almost all of my spare time, which is short to begin with, is spent on genealogy research of my family tree. No one else in my extended family, except my Mississippi cousins, are working on it. And if I don't do my part, it will never get done.

It would be almost impossible for me to thank everyone individually for all the beautiful tokens and kind words left at the memorials for my loved ones. Please just know that they are all very much appreciated and touch my heart.

God bless you all!

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Patricia Wood
Boy did I goof up
Please disregard my message regarding Lester Fay Malson. I am completely goofed up. So sorry for bothering you.
Added by Patricia Wood on Apr 12, 2017 2:02 PM
Patricia Wood
Lester Fay Malson
Hi Ray, When looking at your memorial for Lester Fay Malson I saw that his parents are actually his Grandparents. Lester Fay Malson # 38727021 is the son of Virginia Pauline Earixson Malson # 150937971 & Lawrence R. Malson # 150937964. Andrew Stewart Malson # 43565074 & Sadie F. Spainhower Malson # 43565124 are the parents of Lawrence R. Malson # 150937964.
Added by Patricia Wood on Apr 12, 2017 1:53 PM
RE: High Ridge Cemetery
Hello Sky Pilot. Regarding my work in this cemetery, I was just trying to document a cemetery that hadn't been posted yet. Not kin to anyone buried here. If you would like to manage all the YOUNTS memorials, just let me know :)
Added by Deb on Nov 18, 2016 12:55 PM
Hi Ray, please check your pending edits. Thanks!
Added by Deb on Sep 01, 2016 4:27 PM
Terinee Tindall-Ferris
Annie Brady Pitts Tindall
She was my grandmother. Please add my father as one of her children.
George B. Tindall, Sr. (1940 - )

Thank You

Terinee Tindall Ferris
Added by Terinee Tindall-Ferris on Aug 26, 2015 12:02 PM
Joan Echols Taylor
Laney Pitts
I descend from Laney Pitts. I do have limited information. I would like to work with someone on this line.
Added by Joan Echols Taylor on Jul 27, 2015 2:51 PM
Henry Sinclair
Hi, I went to a police meeting this past weekend in chesterfield,sc.i went early to try to find the grave site of my grandmother,Lillie Rose Eddings,parents,my great grand parents. After searching in the forest,I was able to find them. They are posted on the Eddings family cemetery. Hope this is what you needed. HenrySinclar
Added by Henry Sinclair on Apr 11, 2015 5:32 PM
Jane Stacy Eubanks
Annie Pitts
You are very welcome. Annie was my mother-in-law's step mother. She loved her very much and said she could not have loved her own mother any more than she loved Annie.
Added by Jane Stacy Eubanks on Jun 29, 2014 2:55 PM
J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams
that is fine, I didn't know you were
related to the Eddins.
My mom's line is Williamson Eddins and Elizabeth
Ingram, one of their children, Matilda Eddins
Dees is my great-great-grandmother, she married
Hardy Bryant Dees and both are buried in the
Jerusalem Cem. Many, La.
That is my mother's, and my family line.
Matilda' brothers and sisters are great-grand aunt
and uncle's.
Thank you for your kindness. If you need
some of the family information, I'll help
you, my mom has all of their families information. thanks once again.
Added by J B Williams & T Slaydon ... on Aug 08, 2013 7:17 PM
J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams
I'm just going on my information passed down
to me within our family, Sky, that is all I have.

That is all I have to go on, the older members
of our family wrote this information down, way
before my time. I have just kept their information
for our family.

There were so many that had the fever, disease,
during that time in New Orleans. The one's that
contracted the disease, our family was told that
they kept those separate and buried them separate,
and even after the epidemic, closed the cemetery
and put a fence around it, to keep people out, for
fear of catching the disease.

I do thank you for the transfer and appreciate
your work and contribution.
Added by J B Williams & T Slaydon ... on Jul 21, 2013 10:43 AM
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