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Caro Feagin (#46857425)
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NatalieMaynor
RE: Transfer of E. H. Green
I'm always happy to transfer pages. My computer time is going to be sporadic the rest of this week, but I will get to any transfer requests as soon as I can.
Added by NatalieMaynor on Jun 22, 2017 4:50 PM
James Coston
RE: Clower Family
Caro,
That reply was unexpected but "greatly" appreciated as Debra & I have traveled from Texas to Georgia, further East and up to Plymouth Colony personally verifying everything that we put in print. Its been a 20 year long adventure and been well worth the money and time.
As to John Clower and family, that was especially gratifying. We made 3 trips to Louisiana before we got all the pieces of the puzzle. I assume you read the info on my interviewing of an elderly man who lived across from the cemetery and he told me that John and wife were buried by their daughter, Samantha, whose crypt is still intact (as of last year). When I quizzed him further, he said his father stole the bricks from the two Clowers to repair his house chimney and that he used to play on the crypts as a child. Debra and I went back last year and photographed the complete cemetery, anything that had a marker.
The reason I relive the above history is it's importance. The first time we went there I did not realize that I had the ability, for lack of a better phrase, to locate underground burials and determine male, female, adult, child or baby.
On the first run, I only had his word that the adults were buried beside Samantha, no visible proof exists other than cemetery records.
On the trip last year, I was able to determine that an adult male & female are buried next to her in the order that is in the cemetery book, so in my mind, that was an exciting and worthwhile bit of info, kinda lays (no pun intended) to rest where they are actually buried.
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Another important item to bring up.
No, don't get excited about this because I may -not- be able to produce this foto as it may have gotten misplaced over the years:
I have a foto provided by a cousin of Elbert Clower, confirmed by family members, with an elderly couple sitting in front of him along with children. The odds are that they are John clower and wife.
Unproven, but who else would they be ????
If I can locate it, I'll let ya know. With a little luck, maybe you or family can fill in the blanks, it's worth a shot.
Again, many thanks for the kind words, comments like yours make it all worth while.
Later, James Coston
Added by James Coston on Jun 18, 2015 12:57 PM
nut4genealogy
RE: Liberty Hall in Lowndes, MS
Hi Caro, Thank you so much for your kind words. I don't mind putting any information I can find on the memorials I create. Anything that will make it easier for a relative to find them. Please send whatever updates you would like to see. Thanks, Donna
Added by nut4genealogy on Jun 17, 2015 5:06 PM
James Coston
John Clower, Burch Cem
Wow, I got so excited about hearing from another Clower on the work that I did that I hit the "enter" key before I had typed in my response.
I never expected to get a hit on something my wife and I did many years ago, thanks, I appreciate the kind words and the fact that someone other than myself got the benefit of it.
On the childrens list is Payton Lawrence Clower, he is where I came from on my mothers side, of course. They ended up in Texas and I am still here as of today. HA !!!
We made several trips out there in search of Polly Pleasants line but the best we could do was a statue in a Georgia or Louisiana, in a town that mentioned his name and a copy of his will , but the info gathered on that didn't lead to any new conclusions. No burial sites for either one of them.
Anyway, good to hear from U and Later,
James Coston
Added by James Coston on Oct 06, 2012 10:48 PM
James Coston
John Clower, Burch Cem.
Added by James Coston on Oct 06, 2012 10:39 PM
nora hall
RE: Mary Hicks Stovall
I will try to post it on here. if I cant send me your email and I will email you a picture of it.
Added by nora hall on Aug 23, 2012 4:24 PM
nora hall
RE: Mary Hicks Stovall
yes the quilt is in jackson. I have a picture of it and the card that goes with it
Added by nora hall on Aug 23, 2012 12:57 PM
nora hall
Mary Hicks Stovall
Where do you live at? And also Ihave been told thar in the old state capital is a quilt that Mary made. Have you heard anything on that?
Added by nora hall on May 22, 2012 10:53 AM
nora hall
Mary Hicks Stovall
I notice that on her memorial page you put that she was your 5th ggrandmother.She is also my 5th ggrandmother. Her daughter Sarah married Elisha Holmes Sr.
Added by nora hall on Dec 06, 2010 3:47 PM
 

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