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|Benny Cooper (#46784772)|
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I am a full time teacher and a part time genealogy addict. I usually do most of my research during the summer months and I do take photos when possible. If you find any memorials I have posted or added photos to, you may have my permission to reuse the photos as long as it is not for resale. Please indicate that it is used as follows, WPO Benny Cooper, Findagrave member (#46784772).|
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|Jimmie Primo||Lillian Beatrice White Fitch|
will you please Transfer She is Shepherd Fitch Spouse
|email@example.com||William E. McReynolds|
Pickens County, Alabama - date typed as 1864 - tombstone shows 1854 as do the census. Thanks,
|Ann Gardner||Thomas Hall Bousman|
Hi Benny, ------ I sent some family links and also some information over a month ago for Thomas Bousman and also his daughter Ada Bousman Bingham. If you need me to send them again, just let me know.
|Gene Hosey||RE: John Irvin|
I heard a similar story, that he would hide out in the woods/caves when troops and gangs from either side came around looking for military aged men.
|Gene Hosey||Ora Mae Irvin Cooper|
I don't know a whole lot about the Irvins, especially Alfred's branch (Ora's father). Bill, Alfred's brother, was my g-g-grandfather (my father's father's mother's father). John Irvin, father to Bill and Alfred, came to Hardin County from Alabama according to the census I believe. My grandfather had told stories that he'd come from Ireland to New Orleans, then up the Mississippi, another story I heard was that John as a teenager was moving west with his family, then for whatever reason (disagreement?) struck out on his own and settled in Hardin County. Several of the older Irvins were buried at Plummer's Chapel. Ora Cooper didn't ring a bell for my dad (did she have a nickname?). He was born 1936 and grew up in Hardin County, left after high school and then went back to retire. Very poor health now. Do you have any questions in particular?
Thank you for the headstone picture of Fannie Williams.
Added by Barbara on Dec 14, 2012 8:04 PM
|Stan Brewer||Find a Grave|
Thanks Benny. I appreciate your help
|Earlene Smith||Shelton photos|
Thank you for the headstone photos for Boman and Ollie Shelton. I live in California, so it is difficult to get to Tennessee to take get these photos.
I live in the Los Angeles County area on the border of Orange County if I can help with any thing in this area please give me holler.
Earlene (Sanderfer) Smith
|Bobbye Varner||Tulon & Sara Harris|
9 June 2010,
Sending you many Thank You's for the photo of Tulon & Sara Harris's marker/tombstones. You saved me a lot of miles from South Texas. Thank you for all your work at Findagrave. Bobbye Varner
|David||UT2 Joseph E. Blackston|
Thanks Benny for taking the time out of your day to seek our shipmate's marker and photograph it. I've added his name to our growing list of fallen Seabees, which I read at our annual reunions. Thanks again. CAN DO! Dave Schill, President, CBMU-302 Assn.
Added by David on May 24, 2010 5:54 AM
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