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It is very gratifying to think that I may be helping someone to find their loved ones final resting place. I have had such a difficult time finding graves and genealogy for my family tree and would like to help others in this way. I will be happy to transfer any of your family to you to maintain as long as they are not related to me. Simply go to the memorial and click on edit and then suggest other correction and ask me to transfer as this is so much easier for me to make the transfer.|
Please help me by sending me any corrections that I need to make.
Maggie And Maurice Dixon ...
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|June Phillips||Wesley Pitts|
Thank you for transferring Wesley Pitts. Keep up the good work!
|Carl Catherman||William Gilmer|
Do you know if William Bryan Gilmer (# 36710231) is the same Will Gilmer who was a member of the Leake County Revelers, a popular string band which made recordings in 1920s and 1930s?
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Young Family|
Thank you very much for the transfer of these family members to me.
Same with Mary. This is my GG-Grandmother.
Added by Gardner on Aug 31, 2016 11:01 AM
Would you transfer this to me. This is my GG-Grandfather.
Patsy Gardner Polson
Added by Gardner on Aug 31, 2016 10:59 AM
|Mathilde Halcomb||RE: Strong-Hill Cemetery|
I will. Thank you
|Mathilde Halcomb||Strong-Hill Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking such excellent pictures of this cemetery. My ancestor is Maxwell Washington Bland and I would love to visit to see his grave. I attempted to do so but the coordinates led me to private property. Do you know if it's still possible to visit this cemetery? I have a feeling his mother may also be buried there. She was Jane McKee Bland Walton. I can't figure out why MW was buried there except that it was to be near his mother's family. Thanks you so much for any info you can provide.
Mathilde Truly Bland
Maxwell Washington Bland
Maxwell Washington Bland
|Amanda Clark||RE: David Darius Dixon|
|James Earl (Sam) Price||RE: Jacob Johnson - 39215496 - 1830|
Dear Martha; Vicksburg has a very simple Cemetery History.
When Newt Vick had the City of Vicksburg Surveyed in about 1819, he surveyed in a Two Block Cemetery,
Bordered by what is now 1st North Street on the East
Farmer Street on the West
One Black on North of Clay Street and
One Block on South side of Clay Street.
In 1837, (I suppose it was full but do not know,) the City of Vicksburg purchased Section A and I think Section B of Vicksburg City Cemetery, 17 acres regardless. This remained until the Civil War Overwhelmed it.
Soon after 1837, the Graves in the original Cemetery were dis - in - terr3ed and moved to the new.
Only one other Cemetery in Vicksburg until after the Civil War. A small Jewish Cemetery was located on Open wood Street - Old Jackson Road - Martin Luther King Blvd, about Zollinger Hill or where Mission 66 crosses, some argument about exactly where, Do not know how many graves, I would think 30 - 40 almost certainly less than a 100. The new Jewish Cemetery was created soon after the Civil War, Many Jews were brought from Jackson and as far west as Monroe and buried in the new Jewish Cemetery.
The National Cemetery was created in 1866,
Thus, almost all persons who died in Vicksburg before the end of the Civil War were buried in the City Cemetery.
Next time I go to the Library will check on the Block numbers etc.
|James Earl (Sam) Price||Jacob Johnson - 39215496 - 1830|
Dear Martha; First Grave I have found that was buried in Old Cemetery down town on Clay and 1st North Street. Do you think he has a stone??????
This wouuld make a nice little article for the Genealogy Quarterly. Can you check it out for me.
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