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|C. Johnson||Fannie Mae Eagle-Kirkpatrick|
I found this information on 8-8-2014.
|Ray||Robert E Waddell act of kindness|
I added a small newspaper article revealing a selfless act by Mr Waddell. Feel free to remove it if you find it inappropriate.
The article is from our local paper and was written a couple weeks after a devastating killer tornado hit our town.
Thanks for all you do.
Added by Ray on Jan 22, 2016 2:21 PM
|Donna Scech Monnier||Eugene Waddell|
I don't know if you are personally connected with this family, or if, like me, you are a photo volunteer with Find a Grave. But, my husband came across a photo at his mother's house of a man and on the back it is handwritten, Eugene W. Waddell, Cabot, Arkansas. We are just trying to make a connection - we live in Ohio and wondered about an Army buddy photo or family friend - anyway, we don't know where/why this photo would be here. Do you know anything? My Find a Grave Number is #47979043
|Mary Andersen||Nicholas Adam Brewer Photo|
Thank you for posting the wonderful photo of Nicholas Adam Brewer. I was wondering if you might grant me permission to re-post it to my Brewer ancestors website. If so, how would you like it sourced?
|TPE||Robert & Carolyn Waddell|
Hi Lee, I just wanted to let you know that while at Mount Carmel in Cabot, AR fulfilling some photo requests, I photographed neighboring plots and realized once I got home that the pic already uploaded on Robert Waddell was the unfinished stone. So, I have uploaded the photos I took of the finished stone on both Robert and Carolyn. I hope these meet with your approval.
Added by TPE on Feb 04, 2015 8:51 AM
|C. Johnson||Dan Eagle|
Thank you Lee for posting this information. I have been trying to contact you for quite sometime. This is my relative. Please contact me at email@example.com
|Brenda Hare||RE: Henry Harris|
Yes, I have seen the Amanda Jackson picture and did see that it says, "Mother of Henry Harris".
I am trying to help a lady who now lives in New York City, and is a descendant of this Henry Harris. I live in Iowa, so I'm not a great deal of help in researching her ancestors, but I am trying to figure out who Henry Harris, Sr, the father of that Henry Harris was.
The story that has been passed down in her family is that Henry Harris (Jr) is the son of Amanda Harris, who was a slave, and Henry Harris (Sr) who was the slave owner.
The story also goes on to say that Henry Harris Sr. had a (white) son who became a physician. No one seems to know the name of that son, but I would think it wouldn't be too hard to figure out who he was, for someone who lives in that area.
The story also goes on to say that Henry Harris (Jr) was raised in the home of his father, Henry Harris (Sr) along with his half brother. Henry Harris Jr. was so light skinned that he could pass for white.
I am hoping to find living descendants of the other son of Henry Harris Sr. (became the physician) because those descendants may be able to fill in more of the picture.
I am wondering if Amanda Jackson ever married, and / or who her husband was, and if they had children. I would like to help unite this lady with her relatives. Am hoping they might have more information on Amanda Jackson and her life.
|Brenda Hare||Henry Harris|
Have I contacted you previously about Henry Harris, who is buried in Lee County, SC?
Might you know anything about him or any of his relatives / descendants?
Lee, I saw your note on his memorial page while posting a photo of his headstone. It was one of 400 random photos I took while doing photo requests. I thought you might like to see it.
|mac||Delilah Brewer - FAG# 48827278|
Lee, Pls add the following FAMILY LINKS and data:
Birth 28 Mar 1857 in Prairie County, Arkansas
Death 9 Feb 1930 in Lonoke, Lonoke County, Arkansas
Nickname was "Bamie"
84261871 - Dickson Wilson - father
89481250 - Artimissia F. Naylor Wilson Robinson - mother
Thanks in advance, Marilyn
"To live in the hearts you leave behind, is not to die." By Thomas Campbell
Added by mac on Jul 29, 2012 8:54 AM
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