|J. Dunbar (#47083082)|
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Born in 1977... Austin Texas. Very interested in family history and exploring cemeteries and discovering new insights on those who lay to rest. Graves tell so many stories about those who occupy them and I am proud to be a member and volunteer of Findagrave!|
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|Donna McDonald||George Samuel Dunbar|
Regarding your question about George Samuel's wives. He was married to Fannie Bevill, my GG Grandmother, then to Lillian Virginia Moon Rutherford.
The third marriage was to Margaret Evna Parks, also buried at Ridgeway Cemetery.
Do by any chance know what George Samuel Dunbar's 2nd wife's name is, I have Eva, but unable to prove, her name. I know his first wife was Fannie. Just took a chance that you would know.
|connie gordy||Terry Gordy|
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BABY , ALL THE YELLOW ROSES ARE FOR YOU TODAY ON YOUR DAY!! WE MISS YOU !!
|connie gordy||RE: hello|
Thanks, he would have been 49 today.
May your thanksgiving be beautiful
Full of family, full of love
Let the memories continue to be the season
Of your life and let the legacy of your beloved
be forever enshrined in happiness and joy
Always in the golden time of day.
|connie gordy||TERRY GORDY|
THANK YOU VERY MUCH, HIS KIDS AND I HOPE HE GAVE EVERYONE A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES !!
FREEBIRD FOREVER FLY FREE
Based on the information I have, all of the Dunbar's are now here. The only problem I can
see is the G. Dunbar and G.S. Dumbar duplicate.
If you would like I can transfer all of the
new records that I created to you. Thanks
Added by Ridgeway on Aug 03, 2009 11:44 AM
Hey, Jay, just buzzing through Find-a-Grave adding a few photos and thought I'd give you a shout! Talk to you later, man.
Added by death2ur on Apr 25, 2009 10:25 PM
|A MS Bama Son||Bevill Family|
Hello again Jay,
I cannot Thank You enough for taking your time to go back to the cemetery and taking the new photos for me. I did not know that they were buried at Ridgeway when I filled in the 1st request. Once again, you have done a Tremendous Job! I truly hope that one day I can return your kindness.
William~A MS Bama Son
|A MS Bama Son||Bess Boling|
I spoke with one of my cousins, and he told me that the lady you inquired about is probably related to our family there in Bastrop. We have a couple other relatives in the area who are elderly, and she is probably one of them. I will certainly look into it further.
Thank you for her name, and all the work you have done for our family. We are All so THRILLED!
William~A MS Bama Son~
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