|Patti Martin (#47001220)|
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|I was born in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama. My dad's families are there and in adjacent counties: Thomas, Reaves, Owens, Ball, Golden, Hughes, Clark, Nowland|
My mother's mother's families are from Fayette County, Alabama: McClure, Wiggins, Stone, Phelps
My mother's dad's families are from the Etowah/Cherokee/Dekalb Counties in Alabama and Crawford County, GA: Potter, Parker, and Wescott/Westcott, Cornue from Montgomery County NY.
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Thank you for the information on Eliza C. Potter, Martha Susan Coleman, etc. Have known that they were buried in this cemetery, but your information made my search much easier. Thanks-Susan Chapman
|Sue Lee Johnson||RE: John Robert Coleman #88172359|
Patti, I added the information you submitted. If Henry died at Gettysburg, more than likely that's where he's buried. I looked him up on Fold 3(Civil War website) and didn't find anything. I also looked him up on the National Veteran's Registry, but didn't have enough information. If there has ever been a Veteran's gravestone applied for him, it would be listed there. You could go to Forrest Hill and see if they have a record of him being buried there. I found Eliza's death certificate, but since Henry didn't die in Shelby County, I couldn't find one for him.
Hello. My great-grandmother is Ella McClure Parr. She married James Samuel Parr. I cannot find anything on Ella's family. I believe I found her death record and it says that her father is Abb McClure. Do you know anything about her? I wonder if her father could be Abner McClure and her mother Angeline Shirley McClure. Her given name is Nancy Ella McClure, I believe, and she was born around 1867 and died in 1946 or 1947. She is buried in Zion Cemetery in Winfield. Any info you might have would be greatly appreciated.
Added by MWG2 on Jun 28, 2015 11:40 PM
|J||William C. McClure|
Thanks for the pic! -J
Added by J on Jun 08, 2015 6:01 PM
|Rose Thayer-McKee||Thanks for the Photo!|
|Tim Bear||RE: Nellie M Walton Potter|
Added by Tim Bear on Dec 13, 2014 4:19 PM
|Tim Bear||Nellie M Walton Potter|
I just added the full name of her spouse as you requested.
Added by Tim Bear on Dec 07, 2014 6:20 PM
I have created a memorial for Herman's brother James Elvert Potter who passed away Oct. 31. I have been trying to get all of James's siblings linked to their parents Chester and Margaret. I found a record for Herman stating that he was born in Dora and died in Dora in 1917. I did a memorial for him also but don't know where he is buried. Since he died in Dora and his grandfather is buried at Davis Cemetery, I thought he might be too. Do you have any idea where he is buried?
Added by Rose on Nov 01, 2014 10:18 PM
|B J Almerico||RE: Harriet "Fanny" Hawes Mosely|
Thanks for the information. I have corrected the name. Don't know how I missed that since I have her name correct in my Family Tree Files.
Yes, I would appreciate having copies of any documents that you might have on her or any of the Hawes family. My gg grandfather was William Bennett Hawes and he was born in Lincoln County, Georgia. His son was Abel Joseph Hawes and he was also born in Lincoln County, Georgia. Any information you may have on any of the above or any Hawes family would be a great help to me as sources for data I already may have.
Please contact me at my email address which is listed on my Find A Grave profile.
Thanks for letting me know about the corrections.
You sent the following:
Harriet Fanny "Harvey" Mosely 76696098
I have a copy of the original marriage record in Lincoln County GA and other documents verifying that Harriet's maiden name is HAWES not Harvey. Could this be corrected? Will be glad to send you documentation.
Please see the memorial, it was trasferred from my account. You will have to contact them, regards.
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