|Robert and Charlene Sawyer (#46796031)|
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We have been researching our family histories for over 40 years. It is such a wonderful and never-ending endeavor as we document our past.|
Our main families are Sawyer, Ford, Hudman, Roberts, Kimbrough, Drew. We have some family histories and cemetery pictures on our web site and invite you to browse through it. Who knows? You might find someone you did not even know you were looking for.
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|Tom Rader||RE: Mary Rozell|
Thank you for all the added information. I will now go back to working on Greene County, Tn. I just got side tracked on the Armbrister family because one of my ancestors Daniel Rader who married Elizabeth Armbrister 1803 in Wythe County, Va. They are both buried in Sevier Co, Tn.
I have been doing this for about 45 years and am always finding surprises around every corner. I love find a grave but once in a while it will also throw you a curve ball. I have found many curve balls in Ancestry.com. I learned a long time ago to do my own research Regardless of where I get the information.
Thank you again your time is very much appreciated. Tom
|Tom Rader||RE: Mary Rozell|
There is every possibility you are correct. If you run Mary Armbrister on Ancestry.com There are two trees that have Mary Armbrister Daughter of Michael & Sarah married to E R Rozell and I suppose because Mary and Caledonia are sisters and buried in the Armbrester Cemetery that people think the person you call Mary Sawyer is Mary Armbrister. I can not find any marriage information on either person put their are dates of 8/28/1837 for Mary and Rozell and 4/16/1862 Rozell and Catherine Monroe.
I just don't know and because they are not close family I will just leave it a an unsolved mystery in my records.
Thank you for your time in this matter. Tom
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Sawyers in Hamburg Cemetery|
I am working with Mrs. Genevieve White McDuff who has MASSIVE files on her family. She has pictures of the Sawyers, Whitlow and Rolfe families who are buried in the Hamburg Cemetery. Do you know if Mary Sue Whitlow Sawyer was married to Mack E. Sawyer? If so, would you please connect them as husband and wife. If not, nevermind. You might like to go to the Find A Grave Hamburg cemetery and look at all the pictures I'm posting for Miss Genevieve.
|Joyce Turner Dawson||Memorials|
Thank you so much for transferring the memorials to my care. I also want to thank you again for creating their memorials!! If not for you, I would not have been able to link them all together. Your time and effort truly are appreciated.
|Sherry McAlpine||William Sawyer|
I am looking for a William Sawyer that was married to Martha Chambers. Any of your bunch?
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Etta Mae Hersey Sawyer Yeldell & Thomas Yeldell|
I think I've finally put together the pieces as to who Thomas Yeldell was.
As you've mentioned, he lived nearby in the McGinty are as noted in the census reports.
Etta Mae "Alice" Hersey Sawyer Yeldell was his first wife. She died in 1912. They had no children.
Thomas Ashberry Yeldell was the son of Alice McDonald and Willis Ashberry Yeldell (both buried in Bartholomew Cemetery - Morehouse Parish) He is mentioned in Bartholomew's Song on page 335. He married Lillie McCain who was 24 years younger than he was. He met her in 1903 when he was 36 (she was 12). They married 15 years later in 1918. Thomas is buried in Union Ridge Cemetery.
If you come up with something else, let me know.
|mary beth marchant||Dr. H. Lafayette Goodwin|
Find A Grave Memorial# 73452845-according to the history, Chilton County, Alabama was constituted as a county in 1868 so anyone dying before that would have died in another county-Dr. H. Lafayette Goodwin would have died in Bibb County, I believe. He was born in Bibb County as well. I have not looked at other postings but just thought you might want to change the county for those dying before 1868 and listed in Chilton County. I realize the cemetery would now be in Chilton County though.
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||Etta "Alice" Hersey Sawyer Yeldell|
Do you have any idea who Etta "Alice" Hersey Sawyer Yeldell married? I think I've made memorial for just about every Yeldell I can find in Morehouse Parish. Any clues would be appreciated.
This morning I've been working on MY version of the SAWYER/McGinty cemetery with your correctsions. I put this Find A Grave cemetery together as a favor for a man in Baton Rouge. He'd discovered one of my Mer Rouge Cemetery memorials and offered info and pictures. He then volunteered the info that he had a grandmother in the McGinty Cemetery. Since I didn't see a McGinty Cemetery listed, I made my own.
I now understand that it is officially the SAWYER cemetery. I tried to fix my mine ... I will go through all my entries and refer everyone to the SAWYER Cemetery.
Hope this helps.
I work from both volumes of The Family History Club's Known Burials of Morehouse Parish. I'd happily share any info I have with you.
|Bonnie Sisson Manning||RE: Julia Lawrence McGinty|
Thanks for letting me know.
|CBW||Clifton Rogers Sr.|
Hello ! Could you please add Dorothy Watson Rogers as husband of Clifon Rogers Sr. They are both buried in Christ Church Cemetery in Bastrop, LA. Thank you for all the work you do !
Added by CBW on Jun 12, 2012 10:11 AM
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