|Dalton J. Nix (#46810816)|
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|I am a descendant of Jennings NIX from South Carolina, and Ellison Crossroad, Altoona Etowah County, Alabama. Searching Moodys Chapel, Sauls, Samuels, Morton, Moody and other local cemeteries.|
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|Family Matters Most||James Wiley Morton-Find A Grave Memorial# 28024133|
I believe this James Wiley Morton was the father of my Great grandmother Sophronia(Morton) Oliver-Find A Grave Memorial# 65772263. I found them linked in the 1900 census(I can't link the address), along with Lucy M Morton, Mary E Morton, Ethel E Morton living at home at the time of the census. It states there were 3 children not living, 7 living. James A Morton is another child to link-Find A Grave Memorial# 28024072. I am not sure who the other 2 children were. Thank you.
|rhm||Mrs. Mary Jackson obit|
This obit was sent to you earlier, but was never acknowledged.
Added by rhm on Feb 27, 2016 8:44 PM
|rhm||Add obit please...|
Services Held For Mrs. Mary Jackson
Mrs. Mary Jackson, 83, wife of S.C. Jackson of Rt. 1 Altoona, passed away at the residence March 18. A native of St. Clair County, her parents were Elie and Nancy Rickles Gilliland.
Surviving, besides her husband, are six sons, Charles, Farris, Levi and Lawrence Jackson all of Rt. 1 Altoona, David and Leonard Jackson, both of Birmingham; four daughters, Mrs. Rachel Ridgeway and Mrs. Beulah Bynum, of Rt. 2 Altoona, Mrs. Clara Kent of Gallant, and Mrs. Lucile Gibson of Fort Payne; three sisters, Mrs. Susan Washburn, Mrs. Ida Gargus and Mrs. Addie Clowdus, all of Oneonta; 47 grandchildren.
The funeral was held at Moody's Chapel at 2:00 o'clock Saturday. Pallbearers were grandsons.
This site is for memorials only, not for genealogy research…trying to identifying individuals in pictures, photo numbers, much of your included information is irrevelant.
A bio of the person is most appropriate, such as the one above. It identifies the person’s parents and siblings…and helps in adding links to the various family member.
Added by rhm on Feb 27, 2016 8:43 PM
|NGL||Moodys Chapel Cemetery|
Thank you so much for linking families together. I still show "pending edits" to be linked from Sept. 9th for George/Wester/Elrod. Are they not showing on your edit box? If not, I will enter again. Nancy 9/30/2015
Added by NGL on Sep 30, 2015 11:09 AM
|Irene Hopper||RE: Grady and Emmette Bynum|
Thank you Mr. Nix. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.. Irene
|Irene Hopper||RE: Iva Marie Vickers|
Thanks for this information. I never knew that Aunt Fannie had a daughter. The subject never came up when my parents-in-law were living. Irene
|Sue Huey||Clarence E Bynum|
DOB 11-3-1913 & DOD 8-21-1996
Added by Sue Huey on Jun 04, 2015 8:52 AM
|Judy Clayton Hagberg||RE: Frances (Fanny) Holden|
Dalton, we share the same 3rd great grandparents. Your research you sent me probably already gave me that info. Thanks for your quick reply. Also, I was in Alabama (Alabaster) in Feb. to visit my youngest son and his family. I wasn't able to coordinate the visit with the Four Families Reunion, unfortunately. I enjoy the newsletter and maybe some day I'll be able to attend the reunion.
|Dianna Taylor||First Hello|
It's been a while since we have talked, hope all is well.
I submitted some edits & Links for Vander & Dona Cone at Moody's, if you would like the sources just let me know.
|William Wibalda||James Henry Richards|
Death recorded at https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDNS-6CD
Birth listed at http://files.usgwarchives.net/al/etowah/military/civilwar/other/somecivi97gmt.txt
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