|Ann W. Coupland (#28839070)|
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You created a cemetery named "Unknown" in Shelby Com, AL and one named "Unknown - Killed during Civil War" in St. Clair Co, AL. These are against Find A Grave rules - never create a cemetery named Unknown or any similar variation. This website is for recording the final resting place, not for guesswork. Please delete these memorials until such time as you know the exact place of burial. Thank you.
Added by Chris on Oct 09, 2016 11:38 PM
|Chuck Mashburn||William Ash 1865|
Charlie Mashburn here. I'm Sue Washington's brother. I have a story involving Lynn Ash that the Historical Society may be interested in.
I actually sent an outline to Joe Whitten thinking he might like to write about it, but Joe says he's no longer active in the Historical Society. He encouraged Lynn to write it.
It appears Lynn's g-g grandfather William Ash, and a son by the same name, were killed in 1865 in Stevenson, Alabama. In fact, they may have been stalked and murdered because they were fighting for the Union, not the Confederacy.
There is a lot more background to the story, which Lynn could certainly fill in. I just thought it would be a timely feature with the 150th anniversary of the war's end approaching.
Lynn says he plans to talk with you at some point anyway regarding the impending Ashville-St. Clair County Bicentennial. If he fails to mention the story, feel free to ask him about it.
I hope this find you and Paul doing well.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||truck|
Sorry , I cannot remove it. Looks cute though.
The only person who can remove tokens is the person who added.
Just go back to memorial and click on the truck. It will show several things. One is delete offering.
Click on delete offering and it will take a minute and it will be gone.
But thanks for leaving memorials.
|Joyce Mize Worsham||RE: Spencer G Hurst Sr|
I appreciate you keeping me in the loop of St. Clair Co. genealogy.
|Joyce Mize Worsham||RE: Spencer G Hurst, Sr.|
I appreciate the heads up, thanks. When I read Al/Tn. on marker, I assumed it was for the South.
Thanks for the clarification. The correct Thomas Hurst's memorial creator has made the parental links.
Added by Essex on Oct 15, 2013 8:12 AM
|Sallie Cox||Thomas E. Hurst|
I must have fulfilled a request for the the Hurst tombstones; they are not related to me. Please let me know if you would like me to transfer.
|Cheryl Oliver||Bessie Olivia YORK (#7096384)|
Bessie Olivia YORK (#7096384) was the wife of John Andrew WARE (#7096377). If you are related, can you link their memorials? If you are not related, would you mind transferring her memorial to me so I can link her to her other family members? She is a relative.
|Cheryl Oliver||John Andrew WARE (#7096377)|
John Andrew WARE (#7096377) is the son of Missouri Ann MAY (#7096358) and William Robert WARE.
He is the grandson of John Calvin MAY (#114700802) and Emily Frances JACKSON (#114700925).
If you are related, can you please link John Andrew WARE (#7096377) to his mother, Missouri Ann MAY (#7096358)?
If you are not related, would you mind transferring his memorial to me so I can link him to our other family members? Thank you for creating his memorial.
Do you know where his father, William Robert WARE is buried?
|Cheryl Oliver||Missouri Ann (May) WARE (#7096358)|
Missouri Ann MAY (#7096358) was the wife William Robert WARE.
She was the daughter of John Calvin MAY (#114700802) and Emily Frances JACKSON (#114700925). If you are related, can you please link her to her parents? She is my Great Grant Aunt.
If you are not related, would you mind transferring her to me so I can link her to our other family members? Thank you for creating her memorial.
Do you know where her husband, William Robert WARE is buried?
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