|Susan Seymour (#47685837)|
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|Judy Allen||RE: Augustus Taylor|
Hello - I don't remember if I responded to your mail that you sent be back in 2012 asking to see if I had data on Augustus Taylor and if the video I took turned out. I must have already deleted portions of the Jett cemetery. But here is what I have in my transcription of Jett.
=Taylor, Augustus 1890 - 1942 h/o Buelah May Taylor
=Taylor, Buelah May 1897 - 1937 w/o Augustus Taylor
=Taylor, Haywood Shern 1931 - 1982 CPL US ARMY KOREA
^Taylor, W T 15 Nov 1873 - no date = marker too deep in ground to see dates.
I apologize if I never sent you this data. Was going through all of my old messages to make sure I responded to all before I deleted them.
|paula doucet||RE: Zephrin Simon|
It's because of the French pronunciation of Simon. Long story, but if you ever need help with your Cajun Genealogy, let me know. I live in southern LA, land of alligators and such. My family has been here over 250 yrs and we trace our roots back to the French people that settled Nova Scotia when there was only native Indians living there. The Cajun people have a rich history, but I won't send you that info unless you want it. You may already be aware of your history. I had a great grandfather that only spoke French, never English.
|Brenda Adkins Wright||RE: Dorothy Mitchell|
Susan, you are very welcomed. I was happy to do it.
|Betsy Caposell||RE: Kinneman headstone|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
|Bettie♥||RE: Dorothy Blanchard Roberts|
I only added the roses for your Mother.
Someone else entered the monument pictures.
Just now, I sponsored your Mother's memorial and that means there will be no advertisments on her memorial plus you can add up to twenty pictures free of charge. Please enter lots of pictures.
Also, you know you can request to maintain her memorial from the name at the bottom.
I am so glad you found her memorial. Bet you are as special as your Mother.
Added by Bettie♥ on Jul 24, 2014 9:17 AM
|Charles Odum||RE: Lola Pachal|
My pleasure. If you know of any other family members buried nearby just send me a request. I am a teacher and I do this as a hobby in the summer.
|S. K. Tolley||RE: Annie & Doc Stover|
You are most welcome.
|Becky ||RE: Louisa MaHaffey|
How very kind of you to offer to send pictures of Louisa and her children. She has me in a conundrum. Family lore always mentioned a William Mahaffey, eldest son of Amos Mahaffey, Sr. who was killed in Arkansas during the Civil War. (Amos Sr. survived the war, but died on the way back from Chester, TX after moving his family to Willow Creek in Harris County, TX. Do the details beyond William's name and death fit? Is this Louisa the daughter of the same William, or another. My aunt is convinced that Louisa is not the daughter of our William, but I'm not so sure. Help. If same, please send the pictures. Thanks, Susan.
Added by Becky on Jan 22, 2014 6:19 PM
|Charles Kundtz||RE: Jacob Nell|
You are very welcome! Your kind words are the reason I do this!!
|Becky ||RE: Lula Ellen Mason|
Wonderful news! I still live in the area where the Amos Mahaffey, Jr. family lived. Most of them are buried in Willow Creek Cemetery outside of Tomball, TX (They lived in Willow, but it is no more.) Can you confirm that this William is the son of Amos, Sr. and Mary nee Touchstone-or Durden-or Richardson?
Added by Becky on Jan 09, 2014 5:00 PM
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