|Linda Knowlton (#46638892)|
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I'm researching the surnames George, Carmack, Dowdy, McCaig, Turberville, Reeves, Kidd and Woodall.Most were in the Colbert Co., Al. area. Would love to hear from folks that are part of these famlies.|
Also Researching Knowlton surname. http://verizon.tribalpages.com
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|Linda Orr||RE: George Charles & Mabel (Posten) Thiel|
Mabel is buried in the Seneca Cemetery right beside Grandpa (George) and their Son.
If it wouldn't be a problem at I would like to have both Mabel's and George's parents information.
|Rebecca T||Samuel Jefferson George family|
Hi am Great Granddaughter of Samuel Jefferson George and I like to know where you found the info on his parents. I have his death record showing Billy and Nancy Perry George was his father and like to know more info that you have of the George family .
|Lhelmick||Sophia Goodall Knowlton (fag # 57376427)|
There is no evidence that Sophia is buried at the Beechtown Cemetery. The earliest known grave is 1860. I have worked with this cemetery for more than 30 years and have done a lot of research relating to burials there. I would request that you delete Sophia from the Beechtown link.
Thank you, Lynn
Added by Lhelmick on Apr 22, 2015 10:19 AM
|C. R. Lane||Virginia Fleming Carmack|
You requested a transfer of Virginia's memorial to you. I am also related to the Flemings. Would you please let me know your relationship to her. I transfer within Findagrave guidelines.
|vande||Harry r. Debo|
The photo for the Lutheran Cemetery for Harry R. Debo is incorrect. he is buried at St. Joseph Cemetery , spring Valley,Illinois
Added by vande on Apr 16, 2015 6:11 PM
|2 Spiritwalkers||Elmer Carmack 55982554|
Thank you for sending us Elmer's middle name. We have added it to his memorial.
Joe & Vikki
|nadene goldfoot||RE: Alonzo Tullar|
I just now read your note about Alonzo Tullar and looking for the Tullars in the La Salle cemeteries. Thank you so much! I found some of our family (Robinson) in Wenona. I flew out to meet my brother who lived in Madison, WI, and we drove there and met 3rd cousin Tom Mead who showed us all around. Then we had the best lunch in a bar there-back room- of soup and a hamburger that I've ever had. It was the best part my visit with my brother. We saw our ggrandmother Julia Ann Robinson nee Tuller's tall headstone. We couldn't find Abiathar's. I think he was buried there without one. He died much later. There were a whole lot more Robinsons there, and now I believe they were not our relations. I've since had the familyfinder DNA test through FTDNA, and have had one other Robinson get the test and they don't match up. So there were just a lot of Robinsons living in that teeny town, evidently.
It's wonderful you are taking pictures of these cemetery headstones. They are so important. I had been doing it out here in Oregon, too, and loved it.
|Virgil Ayers||RE: Lloyd Reaves|
You are welcome
|Tyler James McCane||Mary Cooper #42804478|
Hi Linda, will you please add the obituary for Mary?:
Mrs. Mary Cooper departed this life at her home in Teed's Addition, Tuesday evening, March 29, 1910, at eight o'clock, of bronchial trouble, being nearly 88 years of age. She was born in Macroons, County Cork, Ireland, April 13th, 1822, and married to John Cooper with whom she came to Mendota about fifty years ago. Mr. Cooper died in 1875, and since then she has lived with her daughter Jennie. Mrs. Cooper was a kind old lady, a good mother and respected neighbor and friend. There are left to honor her memory five daughters: Mrs. Michael Gennee and Mrs. Daniel Gennee in Tower Hill, Ill., Mrs. August Schultz, Mrs. George Holland, and Miss Jennie Cooper in this city. The funeral services will be held at St. Mary's church by Father Heaney this morning. May she rest in peace.
The Mendota Reporter, Friday, April 1, 1910
Transcribed by Tyler James McCane #47304316
|Curtis||Clock & History|
Thanks for posting a picture of that clock and history. I remember my great uncle N. Clyde Geeding showing me the clock and that typed history when we visited him on Loomis Ave when I was a kid.
Added by Curtis on Jan 30, 2015 9:32 AM
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