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Rhonda Fleming Cooper (#46922856)
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Celeste Nelson
Looking for a headstone
I am the grand daughter to James Moody Nelson and Savannaha Nelson who are buried in Mosses Cemetery. I am looking for the marker or headstone for "Moody Nelson's arm" that was buried in the Mosses Cemetery. James Nelson lost his arm in a pea thrasher 06-22-1900. Is there anyone who can look for this and upload a photo?
Added by Celeste Nelson on Aug 21, 2015 9:27 PM
Patsy Ford Childs
Mary S. Cooley
Is it possible the date of birth is 1845 instead?
Added by Patsy Ford Childs on Jan 21, 2015 3:59 PM
Ann Greer
Wiley F Milam
Wiley F Milam is listed twice. Evelyn Bernhart has listed him as #34683458 along with a good photo. Please combine your posting with hers.
Added by Ann Greer on Dec 01, 2013 4:00 PM
pam labanca
shalp english
his name is shaler s english. he is my great grandfather. so if you could correct this i would truely appreciate it.
Added by pam labanca on Aug 10, 2013 10:26 AM
Paul Armstrong
Mark Shumpert(s)

I believe you have the picture of Mark Shumpert's (15757659) tombstone posted on his son Mark Shumpert's (52448102) memorial.


Paul Armstrong
Added by Paul Armstrong on Sep 22, 2012 11:13 AM
Judy Webb Mays
Stonewall Martin Mays
I am Judy Webb Mays and my husband was Gary Wayne Mays, Sr., son of John Oliver Mays, and grandson of John Alvin "Bud" Mays, of Hamilton, Marion County, Alabama.
I say all this to ask you to look up this link to a list of John Alvin and Jettie Naomi Mills Mays' Children...I think you will discover that Stonewall Martin Mays was the son of Jettie and "Bud" Mays and the brother of my father-in-law, John Oliver Mays. I have heard the story of how Stonewall was hoeing in the garden one day and died of what I think was Scarlet Fever, the next day. I have a brother-in-law who is named after him, Kenneth Martin Mays.
Thanks for checking it out.
Judy Webb Mays
Added by Judy Webb Mays on Sep 05, 2011 6:23 PM

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