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“What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us;|
what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.”
-Albert Pike (1809 – 1891) American attorney, journalist, and Civil War veteran.
Many errors are occurring on memorials due to inaccurate "Edits." Please provide a primary source (such as a book, will, obituary, birth/marriage/death certificate, or family Bible record) for any changes on these memorials. Linking or changing a memorial will be done only when a verifiable primary source is provided.
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|Vanessa Price Harris||Dolph Brown|
You are most welcome!
Glad to help you. Slick
Added by Slick on Dec 05, 2016 10:41 PM
|sue||Thomas Douglas Mitchell, Sr|
Not kin to me.
Added by sue on Dec 01, 2016 9:08 PM
|Florence Barnick||RE: Francis Julian Wiatt|
you're welcome! I had a family member inquire about it so when I saw it wasn't there, happy to add.
Thanks Brad for linking the son. Slick
Added by Slick on Nov 23, 2016 10:49 PM
|TALKING STONES||Frank C. Barton|
Thanks for the info. on his cemetery. Now I gotta remember where he fits in my tree. LOL!
Thanks Brad for linking the daughter. Slick
Added by Slick on Nov 21, 2016 3:21 PM
|Larry Lagut||RE: Dr John William Lehr|
I was glad to help But I did notice that his grave didn't have a flag place on it for Veterans Day,nor have his Service marker onhis grave for 0his service in WW II.This cemetery take great stride to honor our WAR heroes .I'm not sure if you are a family member so
as to request VA to get his marker for his grave. They have nice plot that has a curb around.It look like somebody does cares.Take care
|Stephen Oakes||Bratts - Leigh, Lancs|
Thank you so much for the information.
The Bratt family are no relation to me, but whenever possible I'm trying to add some personal information to the memorials, so those recored are not just a name & date. There appears to be three generations of monumental sculptures in the Bratt family, however I didn't want to link them without proof. You've already found out more than I have. If I dig a little deeper, I may find more sculptures & memorials in this area which were created by the Bratt family. I suspect there are many headstones in Leigh Cemetery by them too.
I'm taking a short break at the moment, but hope to take more photos soon.
I hope all is very good with you.
Thanks again, Steve
|Gidget Tarwater||RE: John Johnson and Lucinda Johnson|
According to the book (History of the Barganiers) written by Gladys Fields, Semina Lucinda Barganier married Samuel Johnson in July 23, 1864 (Alabama Dept. Archives and History Lowndes County Vol. 5 page 607). One of their sons was Albert Sidney Johnson (Tx Death Certificate #38093) says that Samuel Johnson and Lucinda were his parents. John Eli Johnson is also their son.
Can I send you a document or two? I understand you want to be careful on the accuracy as much as I do.
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