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I suggest that everyone read the guidelines on Find-A-Grave regarding use of and posting photos to Find-A-Grave. If you need a copy of any of my photos for your personal use, you have my permission. If I've posted a photo that you would like for me to delete, let me know. I will be glad to transfer any memorial page, unless, of course, it happens to be my direct ancestor. If you find errors or would like for me to add any information to a page I've created, please let me know. A few of the names I am researching are Cox, Otts, Deason, Elam, Sexton, Loftis, Redd, Reach, Parker, and Horton.Good luck with your research.Jacque|
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|Melissa Dee||Re: Archie Skelton|
Hey Jacque! Fantastic job finding the headstone for Archie Skelton! Thank you so much for the contribution and the effort you made!
|Inherit the Wind||RE: Submitted Edits|
Thanks for your message. Sorry, I did indeed send duplicate parent information!
The parents of Minnie Lou Colburn (#66290997) were George Colburn (#144162014) and Mary Elizabeth Owens (#80393141) according to the Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index (FHL Film #1908867).
Minnie Lou married Andrew Hampton Crawford (#66290841) in 1900 or 1910, according to Ancestry's family trees.
Andrew H. (Hampton) Crawford previously married Ruthie E. Nickelson in Bibb County, Alabama on 20 Nov 1887, according to Ancestry's Alabama, Select Marriages, 1816 - 1957.
I have not yet found burials for Andrew's parents, but they are listed as Andrew Crawford (b. Georgia) and Mime Lue Crawford (b. Alabama) in the Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index (FHL Film #1908587).
Memorial edited as requested.
Added by Essex on Feb 19, 2016 7:26 PM
|Rebecca Lewis||John Floyd Vining|
He was my grandfather. I don't have much information on him. His son (My father was Floyd Eugene Vining) Do you have any more info on him or his relatives.
|Kim Self Hughes||Lige Brasher|
Thank you for the transfer. I really appreciate it.
To whom it may concern,
Thank you for your photo and recognition of my Great Uncle Festus . He was my Grandmothers favorite Brother. I was told as were many others in my family about how he had passed away at such a young age.
I would like to share this short but helpful story in the hopes it will be shared with current and future children.
Festus had a pet mule he loved very much and was only allowed to play or ride him with supervision. One day he sneaked into the barn with only a farmhand knowing, To take his mule out into the field to play. The mule became spooked at something in the field and kicked Festus. He was hurt but convinced the farm hand not to tell his parents for fear of being in trouble.
Festus returned home and went to bed early without eating supper. My Great Grandparents assumed he was ill but not seriously. The next morning they awoke to find Festus had died from his injuries(the mule kick caused internal bleeding). So very upset my Grandparents found out what had happened by the Farm Hand.
The Moral is do not hide things from your parents.
Added by DS on Sep 29, 2015 10:18 PM
|Steve||Thank you for the tranfers|
Thank you for the transfers of Mr. George Leroy Brasfield and Margaret Brasfield.
Added by Steve on Sep 26, 2015 9:05 PM
|Mrs. Bee||RE: Cemeteries you have photographed|
First, thank you for allowing me to use the photos.
The specific cemetery -- for right now -- is Memory Hills Garden in Tuscaloosa. The person is Velma (nee Lee) Griffin and her husband and children (if they are buried there).
Second, my primary research lines are Dean (from which Velma descends), Carpenter, Hudson, Hampton, Patterson, Short, Burney, Culpepper, and all lines associated with them.
I live in the Anniston, Calhoun Co., Alabama, area. If I can ever be of help to you, please let me know.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jul 02, 2015 4:39 PM
|Mrs. Bee||Cemeteries you have photographed|
I am updating my files at Ancestry.com and have found that you have taken photographs of some of the tombstones of distant relatives. May I have your permission to use these photographs on Ancestry.com? I will gladly cite you as my source. Thank you.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jul 02, 2015 9:22 AM
|Kimberly Morris||RE: Nancy Lewis 64955326|
Thanks, Jacque. I am looking up my info now and will get it corrected.
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