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Stone-De-cypherer (#47014760)
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Sandra McLemore
Dumas/Goble Photos
Thank you for all of the photos you took the time to get to me.

Sandra
Added by Sandra McLemore on Aug 06, 2017 5:52 PM
Sandra McLemore
Dumas/Goble Photos
Added by Sandra McLemore on Aug 06, 2017 5:51 PM
Sandra McLemore
Dumas/Goble Photos
Added by Sandra McLemore on Aug 06, 2017 5:51 PM
Jamie
RE: Beade Smith Hall
I messaged you a few weeks ago..did you recieve it?

Jamie Farrell
Added by Jamie on Jul 03, 2017 1:49 PM
Jamie
Beadie Smith Hall
Yes I do have information on Beadie Smith. She is my husband Joseph Farrell's maternal grandmother. She was born in Tupelo Mississipppi 5/5/1895 and moved with her family to Indian Territory as she is listed on the 1900 cnesus there with her parents. She married a man named William Elliot amd he was from Arkansas and she had two children with him, there are my husbands aunts Geneva and Ruby and the early teen years of the 1900's. She then must have divorced him and married Joseph's grandfather, Chris Thomas. They ended up in Tennesse for a time because Josephs mother was born in Memphis. They moved to Mobile where Chris was from and had a few more children. Josephs mother and one of her siblings were tasken to a orphange. The paperwork says it was because of poverty and mother was insane. His mom, Marjorie Therese Farrell stayed ther until she graduated from high school. She was admitted when she was 6 years old. Not sure when Beadie married again but her death certiciate says it was sighned by a M.H. Hall. She died in Feb.1953 of cervical cancer. She was 57 years old. Does she have a marker? And what are your parents and grandparents names? Maybe the cemetery would be able to tell you why she is buried with your relatives. Love to hear anything that you can find out and thanks for contacting me.

Jamie Farrell
Added by Jamie on Jun 24, 2017 8:42 AM
Sonia Davis
William Schrader
Thank you taking the time to find him. Sad to see he is unmarked.
Added by Sonia Davis on Apr 11, 2017 4:59 PM
DU Phillips
Mary Adeline (Stonecipher) REED
Stone-De-cypherer # 47014760

Will you please fix the problem you have on this site.
The husband of 1859 Mary Adeline (Stonecipher) Reed is:
Samuel Albert REED, Junior b: Feb 22, 1858 d: Oct 3, 1914
You have her as a spouse of Samuel Albert REED, Senior
Thanks for your time and effort
“DU” Phillips
Boone, NC
Added by DU Phillips on Jul 10, 2016 10:05 AM
mtw
Schmitt photos
Dear Stone, Thank you so very much for the photos for the Schmitt gravestones. I really appreciate your help. Monty Williams
Added by mtw on Jun 18, 2016 10:33 PM
Linda
Heartfelt Thanks
Thank you so much for taking a picture of the headstones of my aunt and uncle I never knew. We are 200 miles away but want to go visit when we can. The family had gotten old and forgotten where the kids were buried. We only discovered their location a few weeks ago.
God bless you!
Linda Vann
Added by Linda on Jun 18, 2016 5:37 PM
Gerald Jacobs
Marie Petter
Thank you so much for the photo headstone .

I Appreciate this very much!!!!

Eleanor Jacobs
Leander, Texas
Added by Gerald Jacobs on Jun 18, 2016 5:04 PM
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