Olva

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I have been researching my family genealogy for quite sometime, especially the Nichols, Emerson, Palmer and Mitchell families. I am now working on the Hallmark and Mynatt families who are also my ancestors. I am looking for information to connect Robert and Jessie Hallmark. The families at one time lived in Marion County, AL., and around Belmont, MS. Would appreciate any help.

On any of my memorials, if you see a mistake please let me know. I will not be offended, and will make the corrections. If I have any memorial posted and you are a relative of that person and I am not, I would be happy to transfer them to you. Most of my memorials are family members, but some are not. They aren't trophies, so let's put them with their families.

COINS LEFT AT A SOLDIERS GRAVE: These coins have a meaning when left on the headstones of those who gave their life while serving in America’s military, and these meanings vary depending on the denomination of coin. A coin tells the deceased soldier’s family that someone has visited the grave to pay respect. A penny means that you visited. A nickel that you and the deceased trained at boot camp together, a dime means you served with him, and a quarter means that you were with the solider when he Died.
Thank you Rose.

I have been researching my family genealogy for quite sometime, especially the Nichols, Emerson, Palmer and Mitchell families. I am now working on the Hallmark and Mynatt families who are also my ancestors. I am looking for information to connect Robert and Jessie Hallmark. The families at one time lived in Marion County, AL., and around Belmont, MS. Would appreciate any help.

On any of my memorials, if you see a mistake please let me know. I will not be offended, and will make the corrections. If I have any memorial posted and you are a relative of that person and I am not, I would be happy to transfer them to you. Most of my memorials are family members, but some are not. They aren't trophies, so let's put them with their families.

COINS LEFT AT A SOLDIERS GRAVE: These coins have a meaning when left on the headstones of those who gave their life while serving in America’s military, and these meanings vary depending on the denomination of coin. A coin tells the deceased soldier’s family that someone has visited the grave to pay respect. A penny means that you visited. A nickel that you and the deceased trained at boot camp together, a dime means you served with him, and a quarter means that you were with the solider when he Died.
Thank you Rose.

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