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Jones (#47025267)
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I am researching:
John Grant b 1736 PA d 1804 PA
John Grant b 1764 d 1813
John Grant b 1796 PA d 1887 LA

See Grant Cemetery

Horlock from Kent, England to Mobile, AL

Horace T. Thomasson born 1813 NC, in Noxubee Co MS 1850 and Fleming Thomasson born about 1770 and in Pickens Co AL by 1824

Isabella and unknown Reynolds SC to MS/AL by 1850, parents of Nancy Barbara Reynolds born about 1820 in SC, married Horace T Thomasson.

I will gladly share information I have and hope you will contact me if you have additional information.

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Julius Redmond
Grant Cemetery
Memorial 10153023 headstone has DD as 1864 not 1894
Also i will send you a copy of graves i recorded in this cemetery. Julius Redmond
Added by Julius Redmond on Mar 24, 2017 2:52 PM
LBH
RE: Mary Elizabeth Grant Davis
I sent a reply to your email. I had some attachments I wanted you to see. Thanks!
Added by LBH on Mar 21, 2017 6:26 PM
G-Man
RE: Frederick Heubach - George Heubach link
Sorry, my bad, you are correct - George's father is most likely Frederick Heubach (#58949044). Incidently, even though the stone says Frederick Heubach Sr., Magnolia sexton records show the name should read Frederick Heubach Jr., so he is probably the son of Frederick Heubach, Sr. (#175477579) who would be George's grandfather
Added by G-Man on Jan 19, 2017 10:28 AM
G-Man
Frederick Heubach - George Heubach link
This is an automated email letting you know that your recent edit for the George F Heubach (1866 - 1931) Find A Grave memorial has been declined.
General reason: Not accurate - Their data conflicts with my data.

----Then you need to review your data. My edit/link was based on Magnolia Cemetery sexton records, Board of Health records, and Alabama Death Records - all of which indicate Frederick Heubach Sr. (ca. 1791-1856) buried in Square 10-Lot 35 is the father of George Heubach
Added by G-Man on Jan 18, 2017 5:29 PM
Chryse Wayman
Jones in Winters Chapel
I have gone through the Anglin records for Winters Chapel. No more are listed than the ones already on Find a Grave. If I do discover any, I will post them.
Chryse Wayman
Added by Chryse Wayman on Dec 03, 2016 2:31 PM
Chryse Wayman
RE: Winters Chapel Methodist
You are most certainly welcome. I have not finished adding all the entries for Winters Chapel yet. It is my current project though. I will look for more Jones tonight in his records and let you know tonight if I find more Jones.
I can't locate James E Jones burial location either. I looked last night. I have only found one Jones child so far.
You will hear from me later. Thank YOU for your input. Our group appreciates it greatly.
Chryse Wayman
Added by Chryse Wayman on Dec 03, 2016 10:28 AM
Stephen McBride
RE: Oak Ridge Cemetery
You are welcome, had a hard time finding it cause the map was wrong. It is now correct. I also added some cemetery photos but they haven't been approved yet. It is a beautiful old cemetery.

Steve
Added by Stephen McBride on Nov 01, 2016 7:30 PM
Flababo
RE: London Tract Baptist Cemetery
You are welcome! Those I've posted today constitute all the large, flat slab markers in the cemetery. No more pondering what they all say!
Added by Flababo on May 03, 2015 7:24 PM
Janet T
Cedar Grove History
http://www.cedargrovelutheranchurch.org/#!history/c115b
Click at bottom of blue page for more complete History.
Added by Janet T on Apr 19, 2015 10:05 AM
Janet T
Absalom Roberts
Cedar Grove was not built until 1856. The congregation was split from Old Salem Lutheran Church. The Cemetery is still there and just around the corner. I searched there as well but can't find them.
Added by Janet T on Apr 19, 2015 9:48 AM
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