|Larry Morgan (#46855326)|
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My name is Larry Morgan. I am retired and have been interested in geneology for about 10 years. I am married to Georgia (Stewart) Morgan. I graduated from Wylie High School and McMurry College in Abilene, Texas. I graduated from Bible Baptist Seminary in Arlington, Texas with a Masters in Theology. My wife graduated from Abilene High School. We have 2 daughters, 4 granddaughters and 1 grandson. |
I am very active in researching my ancestry - the Morgan's and the Foster's. I do this not only for my benefit, but also to help anyone else with their ancestry research. I do this as a hobby and not for personal gain.
I have added many pictures to Find A Grave from my visites to Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, and Mississippi cemeteries. If anyone wants control of a posting that I have entered, please contact me.
I have no problem with you using my pictures and info that I have posted. You do not need my written permission.
If you do not want someone else using your photos or info, DO NOT post them to a public website.
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|Virginia Harmon||Francis C Cruce Fort Griffin Cemetary Bell County, Texas|
I have located 2 memorials for Francis C. Cruce on Find A Grave. The one that you created and the one below under her married name of Miers.
Maintained by: DUGGAN
Originally Created by: Ed Barnhart
Record added: Jan 09, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103326208
I would like to determine which site she is actually buried in.
Any information that you are able to provide would be greatly appreciated.
|Dawn Morgan Mercier||Hi there.|
Hi Larry, I can't remember if you and I are distantly related...I'm sure I emailed you before, re: the Morgans in sw KY. My bloodline was the Morgans from Mayfield, Ballard, those counties. I also have some from my bloodline that ended up in Texas. Which bloodline were you from again? Sorry, my memory gets fuzzy nowadays...lol And I'm not even that old! Talk soon, Dawn
|Bob Webb||LAWRENCE Transfer|
Added by Bob Webb on Mar 11, 2015 6:57 PM
|Marsha Wilkinson Gephart||We are related|
I'm Marsha Wilkinson Gephart,
daughter of Ruby Mae Spradling Wilkinson
daughter of John Black Spradling
son of Josephene Morgan
daughter of Barzella Graves Morgan
I live in Austin, TX and my mom is 90
|Gail McKinzie Clark||Ann Elizabeth Harper Sweetin|
Thanks for connecting her to her parents.
|Bliss Joyner Kaye||Joyner Family|
Hi Larry! I have seen your posts on Find A Grave naming the lineage of Burrell Joyner (1791-1861). I have two questions for you:
#1 Do you offer proof of his being the son of Thomas and Patience?
#2 I'm putting together a book for my family and wondered if you knew of any portraits of Thomas Joyner (1819-1887) or Burrell Joyner (1791-1861)? I've never come across any but would love to know if you have, or if you can direct me to someone who might know of more Joyner history.
Many thanks and happy holidays!
Plz have Find A Grave transfer this to you. Just out of hospital 3 weeks and not doing much yet . Thx
|LVgenq||Clarence & Dovie Farrow|
Could you please link the memorials of my step-grandparents - Clarence Farrow (#33372465) and Dovie Lorena Holden Farrow (#33372515) to reflect their status as husband & wife?
Added by LVgenq on Oct 17, 2014 1:38 PM
|Tyson/Ward/Walker||Anna Laura Marshall|
On Anna's Find A Grave posting you have her parents name as William Lewis Marshall and Rutha Jane Stephenson. William died in 1862 and the headstone shows her birth as 1878. Do you have any information that might clear this matter up? Thanks for the help. Cindy
|Billie and George Nelson||John Sanford Whitmire|
Thank you so much for the photo of John's grave site headstone (Mem# 14732919). He was my wife's great-great-grandfather.
John moved to MS abt 1852, just after his parents, Marcus and Mary J. (Payne) whitmire.
Research has showed that John and his father were probably the first to settled in MS with the surname "Whitmire".
John died relatively young and was only recorded in the 1870 census with his family in MS, making him very difficult to research. The photo of his headstone helped tremendously. May I have your permission to use it for research purposes.
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