|Cheryl Oliver (#46803790)|
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|I started researching my family tree in July 1987. An old family photo hanging on my grandmother's wall got me started. My grandmother got excited and took me to all of her ancestors' graves in the area. They were located in Tallapoosa County, AL; Macon County, AL; and Lee County, AL.Some of the names in my family tree are ALLEN, BARBER, DRISKELL, DUNSON, JACKSON, JERKINS, JOHNSTON, KEEN, KEENE, LEDBETTER, LOVINS, MANNING, MAY, McNEAL, MEADOWS, OLIVER, ROWELL, SPIVEY, TRAMMELL, VINES, WALTON, WOODWARD.They are mostly located AL, FL, GA, NC, SC, TX, and VA.If you see any corrections that I need to make, please let me know so I can update my records. I am happy to share any photos that I have made.I try to make photos of graves near my family members when traveling. If I have created a memorial for one of your family members, please let me know, and I will be happy to transfer their memorial to you if I am not related.|
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Ann W. Coupland, Bennie Gross, Cheryl Oliver, Churchwell, Delilah Triplet..., Elizabeth Turne..., Hutch, James Perry, LRM, Lynette Groves, Melissa McFarl..., Nan Warren, Pat Gillespie, Patrick Aitken, Sandy Shirley, Scott Trammell, Sharon, Spear, Sue VC
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|donnie rushing||Sims oliver|
The picture of sims Oliver and his wife is correct she is sitting to the right of sims verified by their 88 year old granddaughter Dorothy crump brown ,the other two women are listed as sims sisters records show sims only had two brothers granddaughter doesn't recognize either of these women
|Kelly Brown||Infant Barber Photo Request|
I researched the cemetery for this location. There are no markers at this cemetery and the books were destroyed by fire. So even guessing location is impossible. Sorry I couldn't fill the request. You might want to delete the request. Here is a link I found, in case you haven't seen the info before. http://fl-genweb.org/hillsb/cems/hillsborough-county/index.html
If the link doesn't work, let me know I will try again
|Ann W. Coupland||Robert Austin Plant|
Thanks, Cheryl. I have linked Robert Austin Plant to his parents, Robert Clarence Plant & Luna Jean Welch. ~Ann
|Stanley Oliver III||John Hardy Oliver Sr and Telford Marvin Oliver|
I have been able to follow my branch back to Enos so far, but I was wondering if you had any photos of my Great Grandfather Telford nicknamed T.M. I am so grateful for what you have done so far. My Grandaddy for whom I am named had never seen a picture of his Grandparents before I stumbled onto a photo of John and Georgia Ann on your page. He is getting on in years and I am glad he got a chance to put faces to the names.
|carol Sorden watson||VANDIVER & HAYES|
I am looking for a lucy hayes born 1908 dau of Mattie VAndiver. Mattie was born dec 1854 & mus thave married to a HAyes man. she later married wm h owensby then j.w. kesler.
I have tried to find her family for years. anything look familiar??
thanks carol in az
I talked to mr marks at grave yard he next ida in unmark grave france next to Martha was this family or husband an wife put filled on it family can put his name on cover later rita
hi there a james Philip Daniel richard there not an jhon there is a unmark grave no name just a cement cover an few lady want to to put umaked cover for jhon I got photos of all rita let me know
|Churchwell||RE: Old LaFayette Sun Obits|
I have the book and it is a great resource. The Copeland and Fears families are my ancestors, close neighbors with the Trammells. I do have some distant connections with them such as James A. Wise who married two daughters of Dr. W. M. Trammell.
Don C. - LaFayette, AL
|Churchwell||Old LaFayette Sun Obits|
Thanks for sharing any and all obits you may find from "The LaFayette Sun". I've added them to the memorials with credit to you.
Don C. - LaFayette, AL
Hi Cheryl - I believe we share Thomas and Mary Trammell in our family tree. Saw that you visited the Emory Chapel cemetery and wondered if we could share notes. I was there in 2011 - it was a thrilling find but also made me very sad.
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