|Katy Cross (#46822624)|
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Hello! I have been working on my family's genealogy off and on since I was fourteen; it's fascinating to learn about the lives of my ancestors over the past few centuries! |
I was raised in Middle Tennessee, but most of my family lives in the northeast Arkansas area, so that is where most of my submissions will be. For the past few years I've lived outside the U.S., first in Italy and now in China. So, I haven't had much opportunity to do local research in several years, but the internet is a wonderful thing. Feel free to e-mail me if you find we have a connection!fg.cgi?page=ms
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|Bill Wilson||Martha Ann Knight Mobley Joyner|
This woman was one of my great-great aunts. In researching her I found your Find A Grave Memorial for her (#13161260) with that of her first husband, Cullen Hardeman Mobley (#13161254). You noted on her memorial that despite the double gravestone with her name and that of Cullen Mobley, she might not be buried there, as she had remarried. You're right: she married Dr. Roderick Joyner after Mr. Mobley's death. They are buried in Jonesboro City Cemetery in Jonesboro, Craighead, Arkansas. Her memorial there is Martha Knight Mobley Joyner, Find A Grave Memorial# 25432414.
Thanks for all your work in Find A Grave.
Sorry her number is 16036560...did I mention I was new at this?!
|Lisa Kujawa||Bio for Violet Horton Stewart|
Sorry to keep bothering you. I have asked for a maiden name added and a link to her parents, now I would like to add a bio. Violet is my maternal grandmother. I don't need it transferred to me unless that is the only way to add a short story of her. I'm new at this..can you tell? Thanks Lisa
|Sandi Cupp||Sarah A. Cupp|
Dear Katy, John Cupp & Elizabeth (Daniels) had a daughter named Sarah, but their Sarah was born Dec 1869 & lived long after 1894. She is in census recd' for 1900 & 1910.
|evelyn carrico||RE: Raymond Carrico|
It is very odd but I am seeing more and more changes on my old entries and why there would be a note in parentheses not to add any cemeteries pics is beyond me. Well, I did get my pic posted and your pic of the gate came thru of the Holy Cross Gate...that may have been the computer glitch. My but you have an interesting life. Thanks, E
|evelyn carrico||Raymond Carrico|
Well, I don't know what occurred but when I returned to his site the pic was there and so was your pic of Cemetary gate. Odd things seem to be happening to the older memorials established in the early days of Find A Grave which is when I did mine and it is frustrating and disappointing to see my pics disappear for new ones, etc. Well, all is well that ends well. I still don't get the note about posting cemetary pics. E
|evelyn carrico||Raymond Carrico|
|evelyn carrico||raymond carrico|
Why and How did you post a note not to publish photos on Raymond Carrico site...I created the site and he is my GGGF...please remove that so I can add my photos. Thanks E
|Bob Hastings||Wallace and Johnson|
If you are kin to the Johnsons an Wallaces of Clay Co. Ar. I have a lot of Pict. an Info.
|Rick||Donald Levoid Haneline|
I came across this obituary, and I thought you might like to have it.
Donald Haneline Dies at Marmaduke
Donald Haneline, the 14 year old son of Mrs. William D. Haneline, died Saturday, March 22, at at his home in Marmaduke. He has been ill with influenza and malaria.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the First Baptist Church in Marmaduke with Rev. T. Poole officiating. Burial was in Harvey's Chapel cemetery.
Haneline is survived by his mother, seven half-brothers,Dennis Haneline of Pontiac, Mich., Robert and Eugene HaneČline of Flint, Mich., Leslie Haneline in Japan, Billy Heneline in Germany, Melvin HaneČline in Korea and J. D. HaneČline at home, two half sisters, Mrs. Eugene Burns of Route 4 Paragould, and Mrs. Lows Ramsdale of St. Louis.
Clay Count Democrat 1952
Added by Rick on Nov 14, 2012 11:07 AM
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