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tugboat (#47612425)
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I love doing find a grave most of my sites are Family or those I go to Church with.
I am working on the following Family lines Thompson, Carnes, Barge, Cryer, Myers, Stanley and Cheairs and several others.

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Sandra Nobles
Stanley Name
My great grandmother was Sara Frances Stanley, her mother's maiden name was Giles. This line of Giles family was originally from Georgia.


Thank You,
Sandra Nobles
Added by Sandra Nobles on Sep 20, 2017 6:41 PM
catnmouse
Barge Cemetery
I am descended from Mariah Josephine Barge and James Duncan Shi. I live an hour away from the Barge family cemetery and would love to see it. My goal is to further research the Barge and Shi families and their time in Tennille, Sandersville, and Oconee. While I have lived all over this great country, only by chance did I find myself settled in Emanuel County, only to find that my family history runs deep in this area. I am also hoping Mr. Oliver who states he is president of the cemetery might be of assistance, and it would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you so much! Catherine Davis, Daughter of Sandra Shi Wilson, daughter of (Joseph) Emory Barge Shi.
Added by catnmouse on Sep 16, 2017 11:42 AM
Bobbie Scott
Memorial #182416098
Dr. James McKissack Moore, husband to Sarah Rush Cheairs 1855-1940 Memoril 182416149

Doing research on husband's Cheairs ancestors. I have found an obituary of Dr Moore that says he died in Spring Hill, Maury Co, Tn and was buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Nashville, Tn. Can't find him listed in that cemetery. Also have a short obit on his wife, Sallie Moore, also supposedly buried in same cemetery and again can't find her listed there. Said she died Apr 28, 1940.

You show Dr. Moore buried in Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park, Dallas, Tx.

Do you know for sure that is where he is buried? You do have him linked to Sarah (Sallie) Moore with notation that no burial site is known for her.

Any help on this would be much appreciated.

bobbie scott
Added by Bobbie Scott on Aug 17, 2017 10:06 PM
Bobbie Scott
Memorial #8213023
Nathaniel Cheairs 1818-1914

Your cousin and my husband's 3x great grandmother's youngest brother. She was first born and he was youngest. She had married Nathaniel Scott and moved before H.F. was ever born.

In the FindaGrave memorial there is mentioned that his son-in-law Dr. J.M. Moore took his body back to Tenn after his death in Waco.

I have found only 3 children in FindaGrave, no Moore. Found where Sallie Rush married Dr. Moore, but can't find anything else about them.

We took a trip to Spring Hill, Tn and went thru the Rippavilla Plantation house. Enjoyed exploring the grounds and cemetery, where 4x great grandfather is buried.

bobbie scott
Added by Bobbie Scott on Aug 13, 2017 2:38 PM
Martha Fant
Louella A. Cheairs Bennett/Cheairs Cem.
The South Reporter Newspaper
Holly Springs, Miss.
May 11, 1933

MRS. LOU C. BENNETT DIES

Mrs. Lou Cheairs Bennett, aged 84, the widow of a Confederate veteran, died at the home of her niece, Mrs. Jasper Gilmer, of Hudsonville, Monday night.
Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Curtis, Methodist minister of Lamar, and the burial was in the old grave yard of the Cheairs plantation, Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Bennett as Miss Lou Cheairs was born and reared in this county on the old Cheairs plantation near Hudsonville. She was married to John Bennett, Confederate soldier, who died a number of years ago. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Hattie Johnson, of Moscow, and several nieces and nephews.


(Will you add this to her bio? I will try later to get her husband's obituary and send it to you.
Martha Fant, Secretary
Marshall County Genealogical Society)
Added by Martha Fant on Jan 12, 2017 7:39 PM
Bobbie Scott
Memorial #66931184
Nathaniel Scott (1786-1868 - He is my husband's 3x great grandfather. His wife is in the system with two Find A Grave memorials (#83904319 and #106695276). I am trying to get just one of the above memorials for a mother for all their kids (chose Mary Cheairs Scott #106695276 created by Gene Waldrop). What I would like is to put a "note" on any of the children's Find A Grave memorials that you created/maintained with the "other" memorial 83904319 listed.

I am just trying to get all the kids listed on one of the memorials so there is a link. Does that make sense to you? Let me know what you think?!!

Thank you,
bobbie scott
Added by Bobbie Scott on Sep 30, 2016 12:01 PM
Gene Waldrop
Memorial 52194553
In response to the recent message left by Bobbie Scott in reference to Susan Sedberry Scott Mallard Alexander, Nathaniel Scott moved from Hardeman Co, TN to Tippah Co, MS about 1843. This date is based on deed records.
Susan married in 1844 in Tippah Co, MS. Prior to moving to Tippah Co, MS, Nathaniel and family had lived in Maury, Giles and Hardeman Co, TN. I also have all of Nathaniel's children being born in Tennessee. Nathaniel was my gr gr gr grandfather. I have researched a lot of county records and believe the above info to be correct.
Gene Waldrop
Added by Gene Waldrop on Nov 06, 2015 12:34 PM
Bobbie Scott
Memorial 52194553
Susan Sedberry Scott Mallard Alexander - She was the daughter of Nathaniel Scott 1786-1868. Her place of birth shows Tippah County, Mississippi. Nathaniel is an ancestor (4x great grandfather) to my husband. He has info that all of Nathaniel's children were born in TN as they did not come to Ms until late 1840s.

Just wanted to throw that out to see if anyone else might have the same info as we do. Am so sorry to see where Nancy Burdrick died...looks like she had a real love for ancestors and history.

bobbie scott


Added by Bobbie Scott on Nov 05, 2015 6:06 PM
Charles Oliver, Jr.
RE: Belle Lock Binghman
Carol,

Is that you? I am bubba, preseident of the Barge Cemetery. I am in the Navy right now, in Germany on an exercise. If so, I will see you when I get back. The two big oak trees up rooted in front of the cemetery. I was sad to see them fall. I will get it all cleaned up when I get home.

thanks,

Bubba

p.s. Charles Oliver Jr.
Added by Charles Oliver, Jr. on Mar 19, 2015 2:14 AM
Charles Oliver, Jr.
RE: Belle Lock Binghman
I am in Germany on military orders. I will fly home next week, then again in May and June. When, I retire that would be awesome. I am the president of the Barge Cemetery. The twins that passed away are indeed buried in the Barge Cemetery. I can find them, I remember grandma Belle and Paw Paw J. A. Barge Sr. telling me about them when I was young. Opal is my grandmother, but she died when my father was young in a car accident. Belle raise her children, my father and uncle, and then myself. She died my senior year of high school at 83. Just info that I didn't know if you had know. I will keep in touch. I will try to take pictures upon my return to the states and send you a picture of their maker. I believe one of the names was Geradine.

v/r
YNC Charles A. Oliver Jr.
Added by Charles Oliver, Jr. on Mar 19, 2015 1:19 AM
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