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I was born in MS and after living in CA for 43 years my husband and I have returned to Florence to live. I became interested in my family history during the early 1990's. While searching for ancesters in old cemeteries I was saddened to see the neglect and damage to beautiful old headstones and monuments. |
The iron marker in my bio picture is in Greenwood Cemetery, Jackson's oldest cemetery and was made by Pearl River Foundrey owned and operated by a family member in the late 1800's. There are two of these markers in Greenwood Cemetery.
I am happy to photograph headstones and post them to help complete memorials on find a grave. I must give credit and many thanks to my husband, Les and sister, Sue for their help with obtaining burial locations.
My Family names: Parker, Richardson, Winterstein, Switzer, Bell/Beall, Bradley, Dorman. My husbands family names: Davenport, Arnold, Davis, and Stinson.
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|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Kenneth Dale Coker, Sr|
Thank you for the Lakewood photos for Kenneth Coker! We are sure the Coker family will be thrilled to see them!
|Beth Austin||Thank you!|
Fran, thank you for the wonderful marker pictures. I really appreciate your time and effort.
|Melissa McSweyn Foster||Charlie Robinson|
Thank you for the photo. I appreciate it!
|Ron (Ronnie Lee) Collins||Alter Anthony "Tony" Brooks' marker photo|
Thanks so much for the photo of Alter Anthony "Tony" Brooks' marker.
|Judy Higgins Welch-Candice Welch-Paul Higgins||RE: Cynthia Martin|
You are so very welcome Fran. God Bless.....Judy
|Kris||Frank Edward Callahan|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Frank's Stone. Folks like you make this site Great! Kris.
Added by Kris on Apr 04, 2015 6:11 AM
|gayle duett||RE: Fred E. Beemon|
Yes, thank you.
|Eugene Downes||RE: Stinsons|
I had always thought William Stinson was William Carroll but after hearing from another Davis family member today I feel that Karl is correct. Sarah had lived at home with her mom & dad up till her mom died 1905. A short time after her mom died she moved in with her brother James and his wife. James was an animal doctor and helped to deliver Sarah's first born son named Carl Clay born 1910. Carl's father Johnson Clay told Sarah he had to go back to Ashland, Kentucky to see his mom because she was very sick about 2 weeks before Carl was born (he never returned). Your cousins blood line does connect to the famous Statesman Henry Clay born 1777.
|Eugene Downes||William Stinson Memorial #129323235|
Sarah's father's name was William (Bill) Karl Stinson & he died Cincinnati? (beyond Fayetteville) Ark. He was a blacksmith & had a brother & they had a combine together or thrash machine. Sarah I's mother was Sara Jane Thompson & she's buried in Cincinnati (out of Durham?) Ark. in the Methodist? Church courtyard in Durham? Ark. Some of this info came from a letter I received from Cleo Penney who knew the family, dated 17 Nov. 1969.
I also got some info from an Oda who wrote that William joined So. Army, only had 3 0r 4 children then. He was in for 1 yr, no one to take care of family (starving) & crops so he left & went home.
|Janet LaMotte||Lt Col Frank Callahan|
Thank you for finding and photographing his grave marker. Your help is appreciated.
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