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|Misty Munda||James Family|
Thank you so much for correcting that. That will make my mother-in-law very happy.:)
|Misty Munda||Bonnie Lee James at Haw Creek Cemetery|
Hi my name is Misty. My mother-in-law is Joan James Nolan. The information you have is incorrect on this person buried at Haw Creek Cemetery. This is her Father--DONNIE LEE JAMES. Her Mother is GLADYS INEZ SAXON. They are buried side by side. We would greatly appreciate it if you would change the BONNIE to what it is suppose to be. DONNIE LEE JAMES
|Merf||RE: Lucinda Burdine|
You are most welcome!
Added by Merf on Jul 15, 2014 10:17 AM
|Becky Feaster||James C Nix Sr and wife Elsie|
Thanks for the beautiful pictures of their stones in Sawnee View Gardens. Do you mind if I post these pictures in my public Ancestry tree, giving you full credit of course.
|Tim Wallis||Louis Ladwig|
Louis Ludwig Wallis is actually Louis Ladwig, the second husband of Helene Wriedt Wallis. He is born on March 18, 1845 in Brandenburg, Germany and on died on March 1, 1928 in Biloxi, MS and buried with his second wife Helene Wriedt Wallis Ladwig Tessmer in the Biloxi Cemetery.
Also Wilhelm August Wallis and Helene Wriedt's son William Wallis, who was born September 29, 1876 in New Orleans and died in 1901 in New Orleans, Louisiana was reinterred into the plot with his parents.
|Tim Wallis||Louis Ladwig|
Louis Ludwig Wallis is actually Louis Ladwig, the second husband of Helene Wriedt Wallis. He is born on March 18, 1845 in Brandenbury, Germany and died on died on March 1, 1928 in Biloxi, MS and buried with his second wife Helene Wriedt Wallis Ladwig Tessmer in the Biloxi Cemetery.
|Norma Wilkinson||RE: Rhonda R Flowers|
I have some Flowers in the family tree, but she would be married to a 4th cousin or something like that. I have tracked down all her siblings that have passed except for Ray to link up with her parents. I found a few Rays, just don't know which one is the right Ray.
I have a book on the Flower family from Miss. and am trying to link them down the line. This way if a current family links up to their grandparent, we connect. This will give them 100 years of grandparents to look at.
|Bobbie Mabry Graue||RE: Mrs. Cummins|
No need for a transfer. I research a lot of families that you just so happen to add a memorial. I just think it is important to add the information for those looking for families. My line is Fayard/Krohn/Husley families of the Gulf Coast. Most of my relatives are buried at Coalville, so I have done bio's on most of them and also do obits. Thanks for the info and thanks for adding the information. If I have info on any of yours I will send it to you.
|Tim Wallis||Dora Wallis|
Dora Wallis is actually Cora Wallis died in New Orleans on July 6, 1876 at the age of 18 months. She born in New Orleans. Her body was reinterred in Biloxi Cemetery with her Father Wilhelm August Wallis and mother, Helene H. C. Wriedt in 1935. Cora is my great grandfather Otto Andrew Wallis, Sr.'s sister.
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Nora Hendrix Thompson|
Thanks for adding her maiden name. ~~ Carol
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