|C Bozeman (#46985035)|
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I am currently researching my family connections to these families: Bozeman, Poole, Bliss, Murray, Robbins, Jones, and Story. |
I welcome contacts from others researching these families. I am retired and this is my full time hobby-- along with traveling this great USA!
I am a volunteer in many cemeteries. Feel free to ask me for your relatives/friends, etc. I would be DELIGHTED to transfer any you need/WANT. NO explanation necessary! You may right click and copy ANY PHOTOS I have posted with my blessing! Glad to help! Have a Blessed day! JESUS SAVES!
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|TINA PEDDIE||RE: Alma Gunn, minnieJones and others|
Alma Gunn is the daughter of my JOHN BENTON GUNN and his 2nd wife (who was his sister in law), Virginia "Jennie" Bussey Gunn.
Alma died very young, 18 I believe, the same month her older sister, Minnie Gunn Jones (my ancestor ) died. Minnie was 32.
I was at Jennie and John and Minnie's gravesites last month in GA, but do not see Alma buried there (Oak Ridge Cem in Tifton). Perhaps Alma was buried in Enigma where they lived.
E.F. Bussey, Jennie's brother (or nephew) is also buried with them.
As well as C.I. Jones, Minnie's husband.
|sonja mcinvale||Robert L McInvale|
Robert L McInvale b. 11 Nov. 1923 D. 20 Sept.1944 is the son of Robert Vera McInvale b.1900 GA d.1943 Crisp co.,GA an Carrie Cape McInvale b. 1903 d.1970 Crisp co.GA. Robert Vera McInvale is the son of John Thomas McInvale b.1860 d.1930 an Marry Ann Cribb b.1865 d.1931 GA.Could you fix their connection to keep others from getting confused thanks for your email@example.com
|Reavis||Martha Arnold Higgs Beverfly|
Benjamin Franklin Higgs became ill while in CSA service, and was sent home on furlough. He died on the train, while traveling home. Some records state "He died and was put off in a small Georgia town" Others state that "He died, and was put off in Macon, Georgia", and that he is buried in the Confederate Cemetery there. None appear to be accurate.
Great Grandmother outlived Great Grandfather William Beverly by some 10 years. In their last years, they lived with my maternal Grandparents, Samuel, and Josephine Thomas, fairly close to Ben James Cemetery, in pierce County, Georgia.
William and Martha were Mormons, and members of Little Utah Church, at Axson, Georgia. The church is gone now, but the cemetery is still very active. For this reason, although the death certificate may state otherwise, I seriously doubt that they ever entertained the idea of being buried anywhere other than Little Utah.
Added by Reavis on Jul 21, 2016 11:25 AM
|Nick Harper||RE: Inez Sorrels Bliss, Florida|
Inez has two living sons; James A. Bliss of Land o' Lakes, FL and Charles Alan Bliss of Lutz, FL. You might try looking them up in the white pages and maybe finding phone numbers for them. I wish you luck in your search.
|LWilkes||Elizabeth Thompson # 74191468|
Elizabeth Murray and Isaac L. Thompson were married Jan. 25, 1852. Have not been able to find when she died.
Added by LWilkes on May 03, 2016 10:25 AM
|WENDELL WESTBROOK||RE: WILLIE FUSSELL ALEXANDER|
WILLIE FUSSELL IS JOHN ALEXANDER'S FIRST WIFE AND IS BURIED NEXT TO HIM AT OAK RIDGE CEMT. 1916-1996 #84411628 TIFT CO. GA.
MADIE PARKER IS JOHN ALEXANDER'S 2ND WIFE AND IS BURIED AT VICKER'S CHURCH IN BERRIEN CO. GA.
JOHN ALEXANDER, JR. IS BURIIED AT OAK RIDGE CEMETERY.
|Leah Wilson Greeley||RE: Frances Eugenia Pitts|
Thanks Connie. You're really sweet.
By the way, I have Bozeman's on one of my family trees -- Here are some quotes from my records.
Hint: Martha Jane Norman was born between 1822-1823 in Pike (now Upson County) Georgia. She died in DeRoach, Arkansas. She married Thomas J. Bozeman on 18 December 1841 in Upson County, Georgia. He was born in 1818.
Hint: From the "Pitts/Norman Families", there is not a sister Ann of William Young Norman, born Jan 25, 1835. His siblings were David King Norman, Thomas Jackson Norman, Martha Jane Norman who married Thomas J. Bozeman, and Susan T. Norman who married Theodore G. Bozeman.
Hint: I was looking on the LDS site last night and found reference to Stephen J. Carter's wife as a complete name which I have never found before. This is Stephen b. 1823 whose wife's name in any reference I have found has been Serena or Serena G. This listed her as Cyrena Green Bozeman b 27 Sep 1827. The Carter and Bozeman families, in my records, go back to Samuel's sister Amy who married Etheldred Bozeman and there are others as well. I did not have the time to do any further searching but will attempt to do so tonight.
There's more. Contact me if you want more.
Leah W Greeley
|Melissa Roberts||Poole's of Worth county|
My grandfather is Dave Poole from Worth County. My father was Hiras (Horace) Poole. I have been working on my family tree and if you could be of any help it would be greatly appreciated. I see you have my grandfather's grave listed as one you have maintained. My grandmother was Nora Ella Powell Poole from Worth County. Thanks.
Melissa Poole Roberts
|Sheila West Jarrett||Willis Robbins- Gillett Cemetery (Arkansas)|
I have completed all photos for the Gillett cemetery and did not find a Willis Robbins. I spoke with our local community "historian" (who is a member of the Arkansas County Historical Society and LONG-time member of the cemetery board). He does not remember or was able to find any evidence of a Willis Robbins in the Gillett Cemetery. There are two other cemeteries near here on Old Post Road the name of one escapes me at the moment, but one is Mt. Olive. I believe Mt. Olive is mostly African American graves. I'm not sure about the other. If you find that he may be buried in one of those cemeteries, I would be glad to go take a picture there.
|Rufus||Your very welcome!|
I am going thru documenting Mary Ford and Jackson Jonathan Williams' children and families and checking against what you have on findagrave as I go. Btw, Mary Ford Williams is buried between children Parks Edward Williams, Sr. and W. Custer Williams in Hillcrest Cemetery.
Mary Ford, w/o
Apr. 21, 1849
Apr. 25, 1920
Thanks for making the corrections.
Added by Rufus on May 10, 2012 8:14 PM
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