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I have been tracing mine and my husband's roots for many years and have found lots of fairly close cousins I never knew I had.|
My maternal names are Martin, Smith, Rodgers, Eaton, Cook, League, Oyler/Eiler/Euler, Arndt, Cochran, Northcutt, Rose, Ezell, Beadle, Morris, Gelwicks, Sowerby.
My paternal names are Downs, Beeman, Wilkinson/Wilkerson, Roberts, Moore, Barrow, Eason, Sutton, Tilden.
My husband's lines are Kennedy, Kindle, Drake, Schmith, Klapper, Thomas, Stiff, Broyles, Fisher, Finch, Webb, Able, Thomas. McDonald, Ricketson, Davis, Wilbur, Sears, Nobles, Adams, Howland.
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|Sandi K ||Beemans IOOF Cem Greenwood, MS|
If you would like to administer these pls send a request and I will be glad to transfer to you the one I made (wife). You are welcome to use any pictures I took of tombstones for this family.
Added by Sandi K on Apr 27, 2017 3:57 PM
|Wayne Smith||RE: Elizabeth Frances Downs Sellers Crenshaw|
I did several cemeteries as a hobby and am not related to Elizabeth and will be glad to transfer. Thanks for your interest,
|Wayne Smith||Crenshaw, Holly Springs|
Thanks for researching & providing information for Elizabeth's memorial.
|Lynda Betts||RE: Hollingsworth Family|
Mandy Robinson Hollingsworth is my gr gr Aunt. I would love to have pictures of her. Sorry it to so long to respond.
|Sue Thompson Patterson||RE: Hettye Mae Downs Livingston #10515811|
Glad to help, Carol. Appreciate your assistance.
|STW||RE: Day line|
What I have is here:
Henry M Day started going by the name Harry shortly after moving from TN to TX. Harry, the younger is in his father's household in the 1900 census.
What do you have to document Frieda's full name? All I have is her first name from the census.
Added by STW on May 08, 2012 10:11 AM
|candlwood||RE: James Harrison McDonald grave|
Hey, you're welcome. There is a lovely landscaped cremation section in this cemetery where some who may have had their ashes spread in the gravel "river" also have nameplates that can be found along a stone wall. I re-checked all those nameplates the other day but didn't find anyone I have on my list. I couldn't help but notice one deceased person has about 6 name plates which seemed odd, but perhaps his family is only spreading a portion of the ashes each year (during an annual memorial for him perhaps). Anyway, that appears to be a new option for folks whose close relatives were cremated. Thanks so much for letting me know what you found out. ~Candice
|DeeDee Bethel||RE: Beeman/Beaman Family Photos|
You are so very welcome for the photos..there are 5 in all plus 2 angled pics of each side of the family stone showing who is where. I added memorials for the other 3 & will get those transferred to you...
You asked for photos of the Beemans in Greenwood memorial Cemetery. This facility was started in the late 1950s so they are probably in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Greenwood. I live in Greenwood.
Forgot to send you the link to the names in this cemetery. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tnsumner/cemcori.htm
Cothran's are not listed in this.
Added by Netlace on Apr 24, 2011 9:18 PM
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