|Caroline Mohr (#47213623)|
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|Heather W Borden-Bowers||George J. Moore|
In regards to George J. Moore, he was actually the son of Jacob Mohr and his first wife Catherine Lippert. She died when he was a baby, and he married his second wife. I do have documentation to back this up if you would like.
Heather W. Bowers
|L. Patton||B. ARTHUR|
THANK YOU VERY MUCH.
|SBA||RE: Edward Martin Adair grave|
Caroline, thank you for your message. I have the same information about Edward Martin Adair; however, no one can locate the Tom Hammond cemetery. My uncle who was the Alabama Conservation Officer for Clay County for many years knows every inch of the county, but he can't find that cemetery. There is a Hammond Cemetery, but Edward Martin doesn't have a marker there. I hope we can solve this puzzle. Linking my husband's family was a "snap" until we reached Edward Martin. Before and after him is well documented; so, to connect the links, I added that memorial. I will be happy to delete it and transfer the links if we find another location.
Added by SBA on Nov 04, 2014 10:52 AM
|Emily Emmerson||Thank you!|
Thank you for posting the picture of the gravestone of "Nancy Tinney," who, it turns out, was Nancy Finney! This cleared up a little mystery for me. Thanks again.
|John Paul Baremore||No Improvement Needed.|
Your picture is fine - if anything, it is too fine - very good resolution - JP
|John Paul Baremore||Thank You!|
For some reason, that last message really wanted to get posted before I could say I sure appreciate your taking the time to photograph and post the photograph for the gravestone of William Gamble out at Liberty United Methodist Church Cemetery. Much appreciated! - JP
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|PerseidsGirl||Nancy Adair McKelvey|
Thank you for photographing the grave marker of Nancy McKelvey; I appreciate your efforts. Also, I'm glad you listed the inscription since it's a bit difficult to read. What an odd one: "consort of." Makes me wonder if Nancy and William were actually married or if their family just was trying to be lyrical.
|Lester Letson||RE: Mother of Sarah Lumpkin Saxon|
I Concentrated on Luker, McWhorter, Saxon, Machen, and Barnett families when I visited Rock Springs 10 years ago, all families connected to my McWhorter side of the family. I also took pictures of a lot of markers close to these stones.
I did not see a stone for Robert D Lumpkin and Martha C Dameron Lumpkin. If they are unmarked, then that info would be with the Rock Springs Church records, but as far as a headstone or marker, no, I did not see one, sorry.
|Mike Bowling||Napoleon B. Hinkson|
Thank you so much for providing the photo of Napoleon's gravesite. I understand Oakwood Cemetery is in the process of ensuring the headstones of each soldier fallen in the Civil War is set at or near each of these stones.
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