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|Roy ashley||Please help|
I seen you took a picture of the Damascus Cemetery. I'm looking for George Sanders Ashley Jr in that cemetery. It's located in Hazelhurst Copiah County Mississippi. George Sanders Ashley Jr, Birth March 12th 1821 death November 14th 1882 in Damascus Cemetery.
Do you think you could take a picture of the gave?
|Katie Nelson||Graham Cemetery Photo Request|
My sister and I went to the Graham Cemetery last week. We took photos of every tombstone there. I did not find markers for your photo requests for John Albert Graham, Elizabeth Russell Graham, and Altmire Graham. I don't think there is one there for Altmire but I would like for you to look at a couple of the pictures that I posted to see if they may be for two of your photo request. I posted a photo for John A. Graham, memorial# 110885250, I think this may go with the request you had for John Albert. I believe that memorial has been duplicated but the death year is different on them. Also the photo I posted for William Watts Graham, memorial# 32410396. His marker has his name but it also says His Wife Elizabeth Russell. Do you think this is her marker also?
|SMGHS||Lee Allen Travis|
The double photo on the Lee Allen Travis memorial is for his father.
Added by SMGHS on Oct 08, 2016 10:12 AM
|Rudy Caldwell||Rufus Lee Brown|
More info on Rufus Lee Brown. There were two Rufus L. Brown's from Pontotoc County MS both were born in 1892 in Pontotoc County and one died in 1974 in Hinds County MS and the other in 1975 in Pontotoc County,MS. The Rufus L. Brown 1892-1975 son of William Lewis Brown is buried at the Pontotoc Memorial Cemetery. The Rufus L. Brown 1892-1974 son of John William Brown is buried at the Lakewood Memorial Park in Hinds County, MS. On your find a grave record for Rufus Lee Brown 1892-1974, you have the wrong parents attached to his record.
|Rudy Caldwell||Rufus Lee Brown|
On your Find A Grave record for Rufus Lee Brown buried at The Lakewood Cemetery in Jackson MS you have his parents as William Lewis and Alice Wilder Brown. I believe his father is John William Brown who is also buried at Lakewood and his mother is Minnie Mary Thomason Brown who died in 1894. She is buried at the Pontotoc City Cemetery in Pontotoc MS. Minnie died in Pontotoc before John William Brown moved to Jackson. John William's second wife, Ada Cornelia Knox Brown, is buried at Lakewood. I could be wrong but I think my information is accurate. I would appreciate you looking at your records and help me be sure I have the correct information.
Thanks you for your work on Find A Grave. Find A Grave is a very valuable tool in my genealogy research.
|Tim Cook||Lt. Leo Walker|
You added a photo to mem. # 127005748
This is a duplicate name entry
Could you add the pic to mine?
Added by Tim Cook on Aug 21, 2016 6:19 PM
|Carol Rudolph||RE: Memorial #162027183|
Thanks, Stephen. I'll put the photos up now.
|Carol Rudolph||Memorial #162027183|
I have information for adding Maggie Lou Wright McDonald's spouse if you would like to create a memorial for him. I also have pictures of his grave site (I took them)I can add when the memorial is created.
George Livington McDonald
b 27 Aug 1891 Clarke County, Mississippi, USA
d 13 Sep 1969 Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi, USA
Burial Providence Baptist Church Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi
Maggie's Memorial is #162027183. She is my great aunt.
|James Earl (Sam) Price||William Speed - 132826128|
Dear Stephen; Unfortunately, your ancestor, William Speed, is buried in an Unknown & Unmarked Plot somewhere in Vicksburg City Cemetery adjoining Soldiers Rest. Apparently, he does not have a stone. would you like to place a V A Memorial Stone in his honor. James Earl (Sam) Price
|Carter Fowlkes||Daniel M. Carter Jr.|
Looks like we are distant cousins. I come down through the Thomas Clay Carter line. Your Mattie is a sister of Thomas. Would enjoy making contact. How do I get to the Edmonson Cemetery?
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