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Jim Adcox (#46887745)
 member for 8 years, 8 months, 12 days
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Bio Photo Served 26 years in US Air Force. Saw a lot of the world. Stationed in Taiwan, Phillipines, Germany, Japan, Vietnam, Turkey (twice). Traveled
through at least 20 more countries or Islands. Got hooked on FAG when I was asked to find a ladies Great-grand-parents in Tallapoosa county Alabama. Walked most the graves within 10 miles of Camp Hill Al (Tallapoosa county) . Found them on my second look at one of the first places I had looked. You may use any of my photos without permission. If I fulfill your request, let me know.
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 • 129 Memorials Added
 • 123 Memorials Managed
 • 2,391 Photos
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Lori Milner
Dorman photo
Thank you so much for taking the time to get a photo loaded for us.
We do appreciate it.
Added by Lori Milner on Oct 05, 2015 7:44 AM
Johnny Tidmore
Mount Zion
Thanks a million for taking the photo. I'm sure the family members will be grateful.
Added by Johnny Tidmore on Oct 04, 2015 10:41 AM
RE: Julius Abney
Again thanks a bunch. I have made a memorial for Patty B. "Abney" Smith. She is the daughter of Julius T. and Carrie J. Abney. I had been wondering about her "where-abouts". Her husband is buried in Elmore County. It also appears Julius has three incorrect children linked to him? If you like, you can add Patty's photo to her memorial.

I noticed you took a picture of John T. Abney (1854-1931). I have been looking for her resting place, as well. Her name is Amanda Abney. Her maiden name could be Curry, Cunny, etc.? If you should happen to see an Amanda in this cemetery, please let me know. Thanks again, CBD

PS: Thanks for your service to our country in the USAF. My dad was US Air Corps and USAF.
Added by junkbuyercbd on Oct 03, 2015 6:25 PM
Thanks very much for the great photos and your time and effort.
Added by YellowRoseTX on Oct 02, 2015 8:10 PM
Julius T. Abney
Thanks very much for you efforts to find, photo and post the picture. Thanks for your contributions and dedication to "Find a Grave".
Added by junkbuyercbd on Oct 02, 2015 4:40 PM
RE: Union Hill (?) Cemetery

I do see the Adamson memorial is still in Union Hill Cemetery. The administration at F.A.G. was very helpful in getting the cemetery location corrected to Lee County. Hopefully the memorial will soon be moved to Pleasant Grove.
Added by Churchwell on Sep 07, 2015 7:33 AM
Union Hill (?) Cemetery

Jim, you have posted a photo of an alleged "Union Hill" Cemetery in Chambers County. The photo you posted:

is actually of Pleasant Grove Cemetery that is located in the Union Hill Community.

The memorials for Mrs. Adamson and Mrs. Sims should not be here and I have notified the creators of those. For some reason the newspaper obituaries referred to the cemeteries they were buried in as Union Hill, which was an error in both instances.

Just wanted to bring this to your attention.

Don Clark - LaFayette, AL
Added by Churchwell on Jul 30, 2015 8:47 PM
Carol Ward
Margie Sanders-Granger
Thank you so much for adding my mom to Find a Grave at Mount Zion Cemetery.

I appreciate all the work you do.

Added by Carol Ward on May 25, 2015 10:26 AM
Mary Duncan
RE: George and Katie Clayton
Thanks, Clarence was George and Katie's son.
Added by Mary Duncan on May 12, 2015 12:41 PM
clarence worrell
lots of Adcock family here in Cherokee co tx kin to the Dodson/Dotson but originied in Alabama ten and other regions thanx
Added by clarence worrell on Apr 14, 2015 6:41 PM
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