|Bette Ward (#46888934)|
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I am the daughter of Vennie Ainsworth and Henry T (Dock) Gardner. These are some of the surnames that I research: (1) Ainsworth (2) Stinson (3) Harrison (4) Hammonds (5) Gardner (6) Braden (7)Compton (8) Smith (9)Doran (10)Scott (11)Burkett (12)Black|
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|Julie Glick||RE: Minnie Lee Jay Stanford|
I'm glad I was able to help with Minnie Stanford's photo. Actually, your request helped me out too, although I didn't know it at the time. It turns out that both she and Mary Jay Grimes, who you requested a photo of too, are great grand aunts to my late partner, whose tree I am still working on. His great grandmother is Elizabeth (Betty) McCallister Jay Hare. I didn't have dates for either Minnie's or Mary's deaths, nor spouses. Was Minnie married to John Monroe Stanford? His grave was close to hers.
I'll keep looking for Mary Grimes' grave. I think it may be unmarked as some of the Grimes had unmarked ones nearby. I should have looked at her memorial before I went. It might have been helpful. Hopefully, I can catch someone at the church sometime and get more information.
I have walked Section 2, Block 2 since Dec. 2013 looking for the grave marker for Anna Wright and I can't locate her marker. That was the section Forrest Cemetery book shows at Gadsden Public Library. I did not put a note on the claim, because some other volunteer might find it. Since she died in 1878, I wonder if the marker is under earth. Someone someday just might find Ms. Anna. Just wanted you to know a volunteer has tried time and time again. Kind regards, ngl
Added by NGL on Aug 19, 2014 9:56 PM
|charles harrison||Henry Harrison butler county alabama|
Ms. Ward, the pdf I have sent to your email is a family tree I received from the Crenshaw county Historical society regarding the Butler county Harrisons and who they descended from. I think you found Henry's parents though. I am a descendant of the coffee county harrisons which makes the Butler County Harrisons also kin. I hope this helps you-C. Harrison
|Kitty Walker Lennard||Thanks|
Thanks , She was such a wonderful Lady and We all loved her very much. She was so talented . She knitted & crocheted and cooked the best food. I miss her and her candy she made so much.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||Laveda Elizabeth Spruell Elkins Melton|
Would You please remove Your flower questioning her memorial,
There is only 1 memorial now and she is linked to both spouses
|Anita K. Ellis||Gradens in Magnolia Cemetery|
You are so welcome. Anita
|Robbi||RE: Lavada Elizabeth Spruell Melton|
Your very welcome I try to help when & where I can ... If there is ever anything I can help with please feel free to ask ...
Added by Robbi on Jul 03, 2014 10:25 PM
|Jane Brereton Netcher||RE: thomas covington|
I just wish he had a stone instead of just the area.
|Sarah Kelley Sexton||RE: Joyce Braden|
You're welcome! I was there because someone else had emailed me to see if I would help, and while I was there my app showed me that there were some other requests as well. :)
|Rita Goss||RE: Rufus Nathaniel Spruell|
You're very welcome!
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