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I am a military brat who somehow landed in a small town in Illinois. I have been searching for my family for years! If I can help someone else with pictures, it would be awesome!|
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|Gene Tolkmitt||Jack Gowins|
What' his id # or date of birth?
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: myron howard west|
I looked on Ancestry.com and found Jessie in Stevenson/West Cemetery. I requested to have him linked to her. I also found his spouses and his father and mother.
|Timothy S Gould M.D.||RE: parents|
Dusty, Hi I'm the great grandson of William Harrison Thurman Jr..(1855-1933) and Edith Ann Wilson (1858-1956) By the U.S. 1860 and 1870 census reports and family information, his father is definitely William H. Thurman Sr.(1822- ?)and his mother is Anna ? (1827- ? ) In the 1900 report anna is widowed and 73, going by Annie. William is 38 on the 1860 report and 48 on the 1870 with his wife as Anna. I'm pretty sure William jr. (the third) (1899-1988) should be William the third and not jr. Even William Jr...my grandfather has jr on his grave site..so his son should have been William the third. Well, if you have anything different please tell me. My grandfather had 4 brothers: John, Thomas, Daniel and Richard. The 1860 census shows all of them with William H. Thurman and his wife anna Thurman. In the 1870 census, only William and Richard are still at home with William H Thurman and Anna Thurman. Anyway, that's what I have so far. Annie Thurman Sanders was my grandmother's mom, her name was Oma and she was married to James Henry Sanders and Frank Young..her daughter is Janis, my mother. Thank you.
|Rose||RE: charlie mcintyre|
I have the following information on Charlie McIntyre:
Nov 1883 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, United States
25 July 1902 (Age: 18)
Crawford, Arkansas, United States
Jessie's sister, Alta Mae West (my great grandmother) married a Charles (Charley) McEntire so there is much confusion. If you know any information I would appreciate a note.
Added by Rose on Sep 04, 2014 11:10 PM
|Irene Cliett||RE: Joseph McCleskey|
I wish there was. The stone is very old and in bad shape. In the past once a year before our memorial we have a work day for things like this and have successfully used a glue used in putting down the rat sill to a house and it worked for a few years but weather eventually wins.
There is a monument place in Houston, Ms. 662-456-3093 that may be able to help. Are you related? In years past a relative has contributed to the upkeep of our cemetery. (I can't recall the name now). Perhaps family members could go in together and purchase a snall new stone "in memory" of both Joseph and his wife as both stones are barely legible now.
I have a great great uncle that was part of the founders of the Pine Bluff church and his stone has been destroyed. I checked about a month ago and I can get a small approximately 18 x 24 for under a hundred (not delivered). This is actually a block cut off of a larger piece. If you have more questions call me at 662-494-6073.
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: thank you|
You're welcome! Glade to help.
|Frances Allen Titsworth||Cathy Young|
I saw you left a note on Cathy's memorial. I added a photo of her marker today if you want to see it.
|L Bruns||RE: Boley McINtyre|
Hi, I'm so sorry about the errors. I'll be glad to correct them. Could you give me their findagrave numbers so I can look them up?
Added by L Bruns on Jan 30, 2014 4:33 PM
|Irene Cliett||Joseph McCleskey|
Please check back to the Pine Bluff Cemetery site, Mississippi, Clay County and review Joseph McCluskey and Nancy McCluskey. Previous pictures had been added. After the storm of april 2011 Joseph's monument was damaged and a current picture is of very little value.