|Beth Ivie-Allen (#24114498)|
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My husband and I have three daughters.
Our eldest daughter has given my husband and I three grand babies. We are enjoying every minute that we get to spend with them!
I have been researching mine and my husband's genealogy for over 24 years.
Some family surnames I am researching are;
Ivie, Williams, Boykin, Howard, Sherwood, Ingram (Ingraham), Jayroe, Nickerson, Harris, Ash, Owen(s), Gaston, Hughes, Allen, Watson, Payne, Long, Dyer, O'Neal, Allison, Goss, Goforth, Davenport, Pocahontas descendants, and many others.
I enjoy going to various cemeteries and taking photos of headstones for Find-A-Grave, as well as for family information, and to help others that aren't able to go to these cemeteries themselves and see their family/ancestors headstones.
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|Tracy C||Pulaska Brooks aka Knox Brooks #33547667|
I have been trying very hard to find a death date for Pulaski Knox Brooks (Pulaska on the tombstone), with no success. The tombstone looks as though it was put up by the Sons of Confederate Veterans and has no information other than his Confederate service. I don't know if you took the photo in Shiloh Cemetery in Clay County, but there is a funeral home plate at the base of the stone with the name Knox Brooks. I am wondering if there is funeral home or other information on that metal plate that is stuck into the ground. It appears that he died sometime in 1907, since there is an entry in the Confederate pension book indicating that his son handled the final expenses. No dates, unfortunately
Pulaski Brooks was my g-g grandfather, but since my grandmother died when my father was very young, I never had any ties to that side of the family. I would love fill in this puzzle piece in my family history.
Added by Tracy C on Nov 22, 2014 9:08 PM
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