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Warren Glenn (#47131638)
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I am a member of the cemetery committee of the Lawrence County (Alabama) Historical Commission. My Glenn ancestories came to Lawrence County after the civil war.
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Lightfoot-Westmoreland Cemetary
Mr. Glenn, Thank you again for your photos of Thomas Lightfoot and family grave markers. In part, as a result of your thoughtfulness and dedication, family efforts to get Patriot David Allen, father of Sarah (Allen) Lightfoot, who is wife of Thomas Lightfoot, accepted into DAR in Oct. 2016. Given a Patriot number of 959743. Many thanks again. Gina
Added by Clag on Dec 08, 2016 7:57 PM
Lightfoot-Westmoreland Cemetary
Thank you so much for your diligence in locating the grave sites of Thomas and Sally Lightfoot. I am ever so grateful! These findings are so important to the confirmation needed for my DAR application, and for my personal satisfaction of my family genealogy.

Gina Clampitt
Added by Clag on Mar 10, 2016 8:11 AM
Ralph Holloway
RR Romans in Drake Cemetery
Mr Glenn, I have been able to do a little research on RR Romans who is buried in the Drake Family Cemetery in Franklin County. His full name is Richard R Romans and he was born in Tennessee.
His parents were Peter Romans 1796-1850 and Elizabeth Ann Sublett 1795-1860. I have not been able to determine if he was married and I can not find out why he came to be buried in the Drake Cemetery. Still, we know a bit more about this men.
I was in the cemetery recently and was able to repair his marker. It had been broken into two pieces.
Added by Ralph Holloway on Feb 03, 2016 11:11 AM
Emily Franks Lindsey
Mr. Glenn, you seem to be well versed about this family. I believe Emily was the younger sister of my GG-Grandfather John C. Franks. John died sometime before 1900 and is buried in an unmarked grave at Bald Knob. John married my GG-Grandma Emma Bell White (Widow of John White) on Jan. 4, 1893. They had one son, my Great-Grandpa Frank Cleveland Franks. Any info about this family would be appreciated. Thanks and God bless. Curt Roper
Added by Curt on Aug 22, 2015 10:12 PM
Becky Ramsey
RE: Findagrave Photos
Thank you! Becky
Added by Becky Ramsey on May 20, 2015 7:08 AM
Becky Ramsey
Findagrave Photos
Warren, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' grave sites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
Added by Becky Ramsey on May 19, 2015 4:14 PM
Bill Burden
Laura Burden
Thank you very much for visiting the Fannin cemetery and taking and posting the nice photo of Laura Burden's gravesite. I really appreciate it.

Bill Burden
Added by Bill Burden on Apr 15, 2015 7:43 PM
Bob Collins
Thomas Merle Collins
Don't know if you are aware of this but Thomas Merle Collins is not buried in the Collins Family Cemetery located in Hillsboro, Fishpond,
al. This is my family cemetery and he isn't buried here. There may be another Collins Cemetery, that I don't know about, just know he isn't buried in the Collins Family Cemetery.

Bob Collins
Moulton, Al
Added by Bob Collins on Mar 01, 2015 4:25 PM
Josiah S & Melinda (Cornelius) Kelly
Added by Grayson on Dec 06, 2014 2:28 PM
Josiah Solon Kelly l# 54503738
Hi, Warren,
Could you please check your source for the middle name of "Sirrus"?
To my knowledge, Josiah SOLON Kelly who married Malinda Ann Cornelius in Madison Co, AL, in the 1830s was NOT"Sirrus" and had no other wife. Please let me know what you find. Thanks.

Malinda and Josiah 's children were reared by the Cornelius family (Grandmother Eleanor Cornelius, Uncle William Cornelius, and others) mostly in Madison County. Some of the Cornelius family lived in the area of Elliott's Pond and their house was torn down when the highway was widened in the mid-1950s. (The plantation was known as "Boxwood.") I was told that family graves I saw in the rear of the house when I was a child ((early 1950s) were removed to a nearby cemetery. I think these are the stones you report in "Kelly Cemetery."

Josiah Solon Kelly l# 54503738
Added by Grayson on Dec 06, 2014 2:15 PM
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