|Rachelle Ashmore Sanders (#47031272)|
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|Family includes Ashmore, Barrett, Dodson, Reynolds, Sanders, May, Foster, Ledford, Ledbetter and all their branches. Early Mississippi Counties these families lived in were Attala & Quitman and surrounding counties. Dodson's were from Pontotoc & Chickasaw and surrounding. Early Foster,May & Ledford families lived in Tennessee before Mississippi.|
Would love to connect with family researching these lines.
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|gary barnes||RE: Edgar McCall, Jr|
You are welcome, glad to do it for you.
|Ruth Reedy||Emmit Hasten "Hase" Dodson|
Uncle Hase was my great uncle, I went to Oak Forest Cemetery and was not able to find his grave. Does he have a marker and where in the cemetery is he buried? Hoping you can help me. Thanks Ruth Reedy
|lotggle (Lonial Ellison)||Margie Holland 134289915|
Cemetery notes and/or description:
2440 Whitten Road | Memphis, TN 38133 | Fax: | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are requesting a photo from this cemetery, please call the cemetery office at the telephone number listed above and request the grave location information. This cemetery will only give this information to family members. Volunteers photographers cannot get this information if they are not related to the deceased. Once you have the plot information, please add it to the memorial.
|Teresa Chester||RE: B Elmo Watts|
You are so welcome! Happy I was able to find it while I was there placing flowers on some of my family graves.
|Miss Duty||RE: Carl Whitehead|
You're welcome, it was my pleasure.
Have a good day!
|Schaefer||Carl Lavell Whitehead # 115825465|
In your memorial you state that there may be a burial at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Denver, Colorado, there is Mem # 84665032.
Added by Schaefer on Nov 07, 2016 8:57 AM
|gary barnes||RE: Edgar Floyd McCall|
You are welcome
|HayleyHM||RE: Ellie Reynolds|
You are welcome!
Added by HayleyHM on Sep 20, 2016 9:51 AM
Just a note to let you know that a photo was made of Billy Faulkner's marker. It is a cemetery brick marker and is in poor condition, very difficult to read. If you are interested in replacing it with a proper marker I can suggest a couple of reputable monument companies.
Added by melisg on Jul 25, 2016 9:53 PM
|Patrick Whitney||RE: James Huey|
You are welcome!
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