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Mary Enzor Smith (#46862968)
 member for 7 years, 10 months, 15 days
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Bio Photo FAG is a wonderful website for those of us researching our families. So much of our history is lost, due to time and other conditions. With FAG we can help preserve history for our future generations. Every one deserves to be remembered and with FAG volunteers we can work toward that goal.

Please feel free to use any photos I have taken for your personal research. This is my way of giving back to all of those who have helped me. If you have additional information I will gladly add it to the memorials I have created. I will be glad to transfer memorials that are a part of your family with the exception of the ones of my family.

Please go to memorial page and click on edit for any transfers or additional information to add to memorials. This helps to avoid errors and I can respond quicker to your request. I don't always check my profile messages as quickly as I do my emails.

If you find errors or duplicates in my memorials please bring them to my attention so I can correct them. I want my information to be as correct as possible because incorrect information is worthless.

My major family lines I am researching are Enzor, Hudgens, Courtney, Griffin, Evers, Cohron, Palmer, Watters, Atkinson, Smith and Bull and others.
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 • 26,169 Memorials Added
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Enzor (73)
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Sherry Goolsby, Genealogy researcher
Annie Clark
Thanks so much for the transfer.

Hope U have a great day.

Added by Sherry Goolsby, Genealogy... on Jul 22, 2014 8:22 AM
Christy McCranie Bare
RE: Evers memorials
Mary you are so wonderful and you have done so much already for me you added all my familys graves in Butler County, The Pitts. So Im glad I could help you again. Not sure if you remember I met you at the Baker Museum we connect through Cohrons and Enzers.
Added by Christy McCranie Bare on Jul 18, 2014 12:26 PM
RE: Curtis & Irene Power
You are very welcome. They are not related to me and I would rather a family member have ownership of their memorials. Sharon
Added by Sharon on Jul 15, 2014 8:28 PM
RE: Luezar Caroline Alice Strickland

I had two years of high school Spanish...this word definitely has a Spanish origin.

I tried to translate LUEZAR Spanish to English. It will not translate thus it is a proper name, i.e. a surname.

In Spanish culture, the ladies retain their maiden names by placing the married surname at the beginning and retaining the maiden name at the end.

Thus this name indicates that, CAROLINE ALICE whose maiden name was CORNWELL, married 1st a STRICKLAND (an American), then 2nd married a Spanish gentleman named LUEZAR.

Problem....I can find no other internet reference to the surname LUEZAR. What I have found says that EPHRAIM STRICKLAND died 10/10/1932, while his wife CAROLINE ALICE CORNWELL died 1/30/1925. Thus a 2nd marriage to 'LUEZAR' does not appear to be valid.

AS far as final 'proof', for me, the gravemarker photo says it all...ALICE LOUISE STRICKLAND...with the addition of CORNWELL as maiden name.
Added by JAMES E.SNYDER on Jul 11, 2014 7:10 PM
Jerry Greer
RE: Samuel Edwin McCord
You're very welcome and thank you for responding so quickly.
Added by Jerry Greer on Jul 08, 2014 9:43 AM
Jerry Greer
RE: Lillie Mae Parker
You are very welcome. I am like you. I think the obituaries add a more intimate look into their lives. When I create a Memorial or add missing information, their loved ones are foremost in my heart. And for ancestrial searching, it is invaluable. If I can do anything else to help, don't hesitate to ask.
Added by Jerry Greer on Jul 07, 2014 3:59 PM
Diggin' Up Bonz
Scruggs Memorials
Thank you so much for the transfer of the Scurggs Memorials. It was a pleasant surprise to finally finding out who Bobbie married and finding her memorial created to know where she is buried. Wonderful find for me, thanks to you!
Added by Diggin' Up Bonz on Jul 01, 2014 5:03 PM
The Floyd's
Welcome to the "making a mistake club"! I'm a charter member and contribute more than my share daily. :)
Added by HNLjr on Jul 01, 2014 3:15 PM
Crenshaw County Historical Society
RE: Rocky Mount Obituaries
Thanks for the note,very much appreciated,I am getting up in age and thought this may be a way to preserve history,I have made several books for the Society,in a way to help preserve it,but it seems that a lot of people don't want to add to memoirials,or just don't have the time.I have thousands of obits for Crenshaw Co. from 1890 to 1940 of what I could find.I do love Genealogy & want to help.
Added by Crenshaw County Historica... on Jul 01, 2014 2:26 PM
Crenshaw County Historical Society
RE: Crenshaw County Memorials
You are so correct on mistakes, I have had to go to Montgomery Archives to prove a point for a family ,but I love my work,

Added by Crenshaw County Historica... on Jun 26, 2014 12:40 PM
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