|Diana Wilson||Winford Reid|
Thank you for creating a special memorial for my dad, and for transferring it to me today. I'll always appreciate your thoughtfulness!
|Glen Nalley||RE: Jonathan W. Wood|
I have not found the John Wood I am looking for. The full name I have on the roster of Stanford's Mississippi Battery, Jonathan W. Wood, enlisted as a Private on 11/6/1861 in Grenada, Miss. Paroled as a Private on 5/10/1865, in Meridian, Miss. He stated his home was Carroll County, Miss.
Hello Mrs. Hollingsworth. I am Bruce Alexander, son of R.V. and Helen Alexander. I have 2 corrections you need to make. The first is on my Mother's memorial #54576262 where you list her mother as Lunia where it is actually Luvia. The second is memorial #13069542. The photo in this memorial is that of my Grandfather, Albert M. Alexander. Please make these corrections at your earliest convenience.
Bruce L. Alexander
Added by B A on Sep 21, 2015 5:56 AM
|Glen Nalley||Jonathan W. Wood|
I was wondering if you know if John served in the Confederate Army, from Mississippi. I have a Jonathan W. Wood who served in Stanford's Mississippi Battery from 11/1861 through 5/1865. I am looking for his burial location. Thank You.
Salena Dabbs is gone--in favor of Nancy Salena Shields Dabbs which has pics and great links.
Good work and thanks for clearing up a duplicate.
Cecil (aka Mimosa)
Added by Mimosa on Aug 26, 2015 10:15 AM
|Joybug||RE: Hattie Jean Blake Woodard|
oops. Sorry. Memorial# 25535940
Thank you again!
Added by Joybug on Aug 04, 2015 6:28 AM
|Joybug||Hattie Jean Blake Woodard|
I noticed you have Hattie Jean listed as the mother of Deborah Jane Woodard. I never knew of this so I did a little digging. Hattie's husband Waymon had a brother named Dudley Dixon Woodard. Ancestry.com lists him as Deborah's father. Just thought I'd share that. :o)
Added by Joybug on Aug 03, 2015 1:35 PM
|Pat Crawford||Ruby/Rex Adams|
Thank you for the transfer and for creating the memorials for my family members. Your work is much appreciated.
|Hutchinson & Cortright||Foster|
Thanks so much for the transfer!
|Conservative Patriot||Louie Zopp #148761582|
Too bad we do not know where Lillian is buried. There are so many unknown burials in Greenbrier County and so many small plots with one or two graves but no markers.
But we may come across it.
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