|Terry Rasberry (#46963020)|
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I have been involved with genealogy almost all of my life, more so after my retirement. My family connections are: Rasberry, Dearman, Riley, Powell, Moffett, Hinson, O'Neil, Irby, Algiers, Phillips, Herrington, Barrow, Linton, Battle, Boyd, Miller, Creel, Acklen and other related surnames.|
Also, my wife's family: deGlanville, Swan, Jönsson, Albury and other related surnames.
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|Dea Dyson||Memorial #51814924|
I would like control of the above memorial. Floyd Turner is my Great Grandfather. My Dad is Donny Neal, son of Mavis Neal that had Video Vue in Quitman. I haven't been into this long and doing it mostly for Dad as he does most of the research.
If I am doing this wrong, please let me know and thanking you in advance for the consideration.
Dea Dyson Member 48720085
|David Douglass||Thank you|
Wanted to thank you for the memorials you created for my grandparents and parents. My name is David Douglas, son of James and Doris (Chisholm) Douglas.
|V Trimm-Estes Kimbrell||Cecil and Mary|
There are 2 Phillips Cemetaries in Walker County, Alabama.
The contributor (Hugh Don Phillips) that created the original memorial created them in 2001. The duplicate was created in 2007 by someone who transcribes whole cemetaries. I guess it's easy to get someone in the wrong Cemetary, especially if there are 2 by the same name.
I've sent an edit asking her to delete the duplicates.
Happy to help - I looked them up in the Swedish Records and they are both buried at Veinge Kyrkogård. See Find A Grave Memorial# 148343037. I've included the source information for their death and burial records.
Added by abbylynn on Jun 26, 2015 8:47 PM
|Jason S.||RE: HI Terry|
Thank you sir
Added by Jason S. on Jun 23, 2015 9:04 PM
|Jason S.||HI Terry|
Need help on finding where Solomon Bounds husband of Nancy Fillingame are buried
Added by Jason S. on Jun 22, 2015 11:54 PM
|H W||RE: Minnie Powell Terrell|
You are more than welcome. I'm honored to have been able to contribute to the memorial
Added by H W on Jun 16, 2015 7:06 PM
I have transferred Bobby to and you can decide to leave or delete. Thanks for letting me know. Caretaker
|omcnair||Henry Clay Creel|
I noticed your note that you submitted for the Henry Clay Creel memorial. I agree with your statement with one exception. Celia Ann White was Henry's first wife. His second wife was Bertha Smith, daughter of Oscar and Florence Smith. Bertha was born in 1909, long after the marriage of Celia and Henry. Just wanted to clarify.
Added by omcnair on May 13, 2015 12:07 PM
|Darrell Landrum||RE: Pvt William Rasberry|
No Terry it does not, but his is the same as the other 2,200 markers in the Confederate Section of Old City. A group of ladies from Lynchburg set these stones almost 50 years after the end of the war. They did the best they could with the resources they had available to them at the time. There is a project being ran by The Southern Memorial Association to put down a bronze marker with a soldiers' full name, unit, birth and death dates. If you contact Ted Delaney there at Old City, he can give you all the details.
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