|Sophia Louetta Lambeth Sutton (#46601429)|
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Born August 12th 1957 to a wonderful set of Parents, Joe and Peggy Lambeth, I was one of 17 children. I was the fourth from the oldest, and second girl. It was always funny to me to tell everyone that we staggered, mom did have boy, girl, boy, girl, boy, girl all the way down to two boys in a row then the twins which were girls and then we went back to boy, girl, boy girl again. THATS NEAT, I think. Its very hard to locate all the History on my Family tree, everyone who knew has gone to be with the lord. But I just keep stepping on.|
Relative Trees begin: Monk, Lambeth, Benefield, Boutwell, Manning,
Boggy Creek & Masonic
Boggy Creek Masonic Cemet...
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|Art Monk||Monk "unknowns"|
I see you have discovered 3 Monk graves for which no other information is available. I am in search of the grve for Stanley Monk, who was 104 and still living in Whistler in 1867, which I know from the article below:
AN OLD MAN
Wilmington Journal Weekly � 3 May 1867
A correspondent at Whistler, Alabama; writes the Mobil Register that
there is in that neighborhood a gentleman who bears the name of Stanley
Monk. He was born in Dobbs County, North Carolina, near Newbern, on the
19th day of March, 1763, which makes him one hundred and four years old
last March. He has been a man of extraordinarily fine constitution, and
until within a few years past, would think nothing of starting on a
tour of several hundred miles on foot; and make an average of fifty
miles per day.
Can you estimate the age of the graves you found in Pollard, Hillcrest and Poarch Mission cemetaries? ANYTHING you can help me with would be wonderful for my family. Thank you, Art Monk
Added by Art Monk on Oct 21, 2013 11:05 AM
|gwen jackson||James Edward Jackson|
James Edward Jackson is my great, great Grandpa and I have I a different burial place for him. I was wondering if you have proof he is buried in Girard Cemetery, or just going off a hunch/hear say.
I have him dieing in the Civil war as a POW and buried in an Ohio Cemetery.
I live in California so have no was to go there to research it up myself. Your help with this would be greatly appreciated.
|SLGMSD||Breedlove - Barton|
Thanks so very much for the lovely photos of the stones of Patience and Ira Breedlove. Your work as a FindAGrave photo volunteer is much appreciated.
Added by SLGMSD on May 30, 2010 1:51 PM
|linda griffin||Lambeth family|
I believe we may be related. My father was Devon Lambeth, twin brother of Leon Lambeth born 3/13/23. Their parents were Fannie and Joe Lambeth from Flomaton, AL. There was a total of 19 children with two different wives. I believe the first wife was Rannie Lambeth. I have visited the Lambeth-Boutwell Cemetary but there is another cemetary in Flomaton, The Lambeth Family Cemetary, that is where Joe, Fannie and Rannie and most of their children are buried. If you have any information I would love to hear from you. It seems as though all the Lambeth's in Baldwin County are related.
There are two generic listings for Boutwell's in Escambia County, Alabama in the Pollard and Hillcrest Cemetaries. Do you have any more specific information? The Boutwell's are heaving in the area and these two generic listings are puzzling.
|b.barrett55||A W Colley|
Sophia, are you kin to Albert W Colley and Lou Ferguson Colley ? They are my gg grandparnets
|Kevin Watson||Thigpen photos|
Thanks for taking the photos for me. I really appreciate them. Would you happen to have them in a larger size...the downsized version is a little hard to read.
|Terry Lee Cochran||Sadie Harris & Husband|
Thank you very much Sophia for taking the pictures of Sadie and her husband.
Best Regards, Terry Cochran
|Candace Smith||Jeffers photos|
Thank you so much for the 3 photos you added! I was thrilled to be able to see them and add them to the records of these folks.. Thanks again for your kindness.. Candace Jeffers Smith
|Ed Sanders||Lucy Hampton|
Thank you very much for the headstone picture.
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