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|Pearl Leadbetter||Viola Virginia "Ginnie" Weaver Whitson|
Hi--I'm wondering if Viola is related to you (#55056148) as I have reason to believe she may be my husband's great-grandmother. Would you please reply to my email? email@example.com
Thanks. Pearl Leadbetter
|Sandra Hicks Sites||RE: David Hitson at Macedonia Cemetery|
Hi Lynne, I am going to check the next time I'm in Buffalo. He is listed in the Dallas County Cemetery transcriptions, so I assume he did have some kind of marker when the reading was done. Thank you for linking his son. I will take a photo of his stone if I can find it.
|Marcella Gregg||Francis Marion Scott photo.|
My name is Marcella "Scott" Gregg. Francis Marion Scott was my great grandfather. My grandfather was Martin Brewster "Bruce" Scott, and my father was his son John J. Scott. I would like to know if anyone could tell me which child is Martin in this Photo. I also would like to know if anyone can tell me more about Amanda Amelia Scott and about the rest of her family. Thank You so much..
|DebraT||RE: Bottoms Family|
Lynne & Keith....
Thanks so much for getting back to me. I appreciate the info! I haven't located Ellen's grave yet, but if/when I do, I will work on linking her to Robert. Do you have any idea why other researchers list Ellen as a child of Thomas Newton and his first wife, Susanna? Also, the family story is that there is Native American ancestry...any clues? Thanks again for all your hard work and your response...
Added by DebraT on Apr 12, 2016 7:33 AM
I am a findagrave.com contributor (DebraT (#47644396). I recently found your postings on findagrave.com for the Bottoms family. I am researching this family for the descendants of Ellen Bottoms (born October 1873, married 1) Jesse J. James Jr., 2) Henry Weaver, and lived in Scott and Yell Counties, Arkansas.
I wonder if you have any information on Ellen? I notice that you did not list her as one of the children of Robert and Susan (Ritter) Bottoms, though she is listed as their daughter on the 1880 census. There are some family trees on Ancestry.com that claim that Ellen was actually Thomas Bottoms' daughter with his first wife, Susana Coplena, but I have not seen any documentation on this.
Anything you could add would be much appreciated!
Added by DebraT on Mar 06, 2016 7:33 PM
|Mary M||Eva Vest Skinner|
Hello, I think we are related. That is..if you are kin of Eva mae skinner vest please contact me here or contact me for my email to exchange info. Eva is my ggg grandma :-) thank you.
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|Cathey Wilder||photo requests|
I noticed EW and Thirsia Fox have photo requests. You have put pictures on their sites. You ought to "claim" them, so the requests are dropped. I'm not sure why it doesn't happen automatically.
|Phil & Donna (Stricklan) Whitaker||RE: N T Barnett at Oaklawn Cem|
Thanks you .... pic move is done. I appreciate your thoughtfulness - Donna
|Cathey Wilder||RE: Mary Ruth Ashley at Oaklawn|
I took a picture of the picture and added to the other memorial. Thanks for letting me know.
|Cathey Wilder||RE: Ruth & Lonnie Musgrove at Oaklawn|
You are correct. It says Roger and Lonnette on the back. I have posted a picture of the back of the gravestone on both Ruth and Lonnie's memorials.
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