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Linda Ellis (#46955879)
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June Tedder Martin
RE: Williams bros
Thank you for the pictures.
Added by June Tedder Martin on Jul 17, 2017 11:46 AM
william erickson
RE: Williams - Crossroads
sorry. i deleted it.
Added by william erickson on Jul 15, 2017 4:18 PM
Bobbie Mabry Graue
RE: Jefferson Davis Evans
I believe on his tombstone he was a lawyer. His father was a preacher. Name Wesley Griffin Evans.
They came from another county in Mississippi I think. I have a lot in my Evans research is you ever need any of it let me know.

Take care,
Bobbie
Added by Bobbie Mabry Graue on Jul 14, 2017 12:32 PM
Bobbie Mabry Graue
RE: Jefferson Davis Evans
Thanks Linda. As long as you have him linked to his dad at Coalville, no need to transfer. Hope all is well with you. The Evans family settled in Woolmarket and many are buried at Coalville, so I am glad when anyone adds stuff, because if we don't do it I don't think the younger generations will know who their relatives are.
Bobbie
Added by Bobbie Mabry Graue on Jul 13, 2017 8:38 PM
burch_79
RE: Sumrall link
Thanks for your question. The information I have will be posted over time. I have chosen this site to share my information (right or wrong). To many have done their own family research and will died without anyone knowing. I have tried to use verbal information and census information for a sketch of our ancestries. To many did write info down; has died. The children not thinking of the importance for others or them later. Thrashed it! It's your choice it you want to link and share what you know for the future.
Added by burch_79 on Jun 27, 2017 9:05 PM
SaMaesha
RE: Charlie Reed - Vancleave MS
I haven't came across any military listing on Ancestry that shows an enlistment & discharge date as of yet. It just shows Charlie being listed on the U.S.WWI civilian draft registration cards, 1917 - 1918
Added by SaMaesha on Jun 24, 2017 5:51 PM
james henry stevenson III
Charlie Stevenson
Hello Miss Linda,
Thank you Cousin
Added by james henry stevenson III on Jun 04, 2017 5:15 PM
Jim Huffman
RE: J.C. Breland
Linda: Yes, please add the pay receipt, but remember that he was in the 7th Battalion MS Infantry and not the 7th [Regiment] MS Infantry. Thanks!
Added by Jim Huffman on Jun 03, 2017 10:48 PM
Christine Wisz Hodges
RE: Annie Hodges
Hi Linda,

Nancy Lynn gave me the Hodges family bible that belonged to Henry Kelley Hodges and Anne Chase Greenleaf, which is how their names were spelled in it. Thought I would change her name on FindaGrave and if there were any questions I would "quote" the bible.

Good to hear from you. Sorry to hear about Bud and Leewynn's house, didn't see Leewynn when we were on the coast last week, but we did visit with Bud.

Keep in touch,
Christine
Added by Christine Wisz Hodges on May 13, 2017 7:10 AM
Maureen Davis
RE: Wm L Berry
Linda, thank you many times over for all you have done for findagrave. I just happened to find out about Isabel Swilley Berry by contacting her son, Colon Edward Berry who is 84, sharp as a tack, and is living in Lumberton, MS. He gave me the correct information. He admitted that he had heard of another wife for Wm L Berry prior to Isabel, but did not have any information on her nor could he confirm that such a marriage even took place. That could have been Daisy. The children of Wm L Berry are from the union with Isabel. They are James Howard Berry, Sr; William Larry Berry (both deceased); and Colon Berry. He said that there was an infant son buried there next to his mother but a marker was never erected. His name was Willie Steve. He was just about a month old and his mother died about a month after the baby.
Added by Maureen Davis on Apr 28, 2017 1:09 PM
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