|Pat Thomas (#47094871)|
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|I work primarily with my relatives memorials. Management of non-relatives' memorials may be transferred upon request. I welcome information and corrections, including cited source documents.|
Ancestors: Balliet, Billingsley, Buchanan, Burcham, Capps, Carter, Clark, Craig, Follmer, Fulbright, Hadley, Hendershott, Johnson, Lakey, Leckenby, Levan, Mickley, Miller, Privett, Reese, Romig, Romines, Sanders, Siegfried, Skinner, Stacy, Thomas, Wheeler, and Upchurch. Also: Berei, Blake, Blind, Bryant, Dickens, Huffman, Nigheger, Simcox, Stein, Thomas, and Wiseman.
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|Debbra Mason||Leoun "Deaun" Degase|
I was wondering where the information came from for this child? There seems to be some wrong information attached.
|Theresa Brown||Kezziah Romines Lakey|
As to what page that query was on all was remember
it was in the back.What got my attention was the name Caroline. Now I've done my fair share all seeing the research & I don't recall seeing the
name of Caroline with any of the Lakey men.Could be wrong tho lol.
|Theresa Brown||Brushy knob Cem|
Hey girl was wondering if you might help me. You see Brushy Knob Cem. isn't any where near Vera Cruz,Mo. It's in Brushy Knob,Douglas County,Mo.So how can I get it changed?
|Theresa Brown||war records|
yes I did. They had some useful info.
|Theresa Brown||Dora M McBride Moore|
Hey lady how are you? I've got some paper work on the Strongs & the man you put in as Dora's husband is not the one they have down for her. They have that she is married to a Harvey Moore.
|Mark Gaines Miles||RE: Providence Church Cemetery|
Good Morning Pat! The Methodist Church has not heard of this site because it was so long ago. A friend who lives here in Lowndes County, Mississippi found the deed for Providence Methodist Episcopal Church, I located it on the county maps by meets and bounds description. It is on the land owned by Rev. Nathaniel Lawrence who settled here in the 1820's and is behind his once plantation home. Also, I have a narrative written by a family member in the 1940's who said his father told him to "bury me up yonder in the old Providence Graveyard". I still have more research work to do before I can be absolutely sure. There are over 100 graves in this cemetery but only about 20 stones. More work has to be done on this.
|Theresa Brown||RE: Kasiah Romines Lakey correction|
Hey Pat, I found where John Burcham Lakey is buried quiet by accident. He is buried in the Lakey cem, along with a Hartley. You know there is two Lakey cemeteries. The one where John is buried & one that has literally been destriyed. That really ticks me off when people do that.
|Theresa Brown||Kasiah Romines Lakey|
Hey lady how are you doing? As for myself to shabby. Question: what do you know about this lady? All I can find on her is that she was born in Ark.Any info would be greatly appreciated.
|Theresa Brown||Nettie J.Rogers|
I will give you some information on her.Her name is Phonetta Jane Robertson.She is the daughter of Malacca & Sarah Ross Robertson.She is
buried beside her husband William Henry Holman.She m/1 to John Jennings,m/2 to William Henry Holman,m/3to Samuel Privett,m/4 to Ambross Rogers.She had children by three of her marriages.By John Jennings,William Henry Holman & by Samuel Privett.She was already in find a grave when you put her in.
|mark||RE: John Scott Levan|
Hello, we use a high res digital slr camera, sometimes with a large flash depends on the circumstances. they are scaled to meet findagraves size requirements and uploaded. We are different than many people, we record the entire cemetery by photographing it and reading it from the photos. If we have a reference such as written transcriptions or ones on find a grave many times they will fill in the blanks as long as part of the stone is readable. There were several there like this stone that were very hard to make out this one photographed very well. The only think we do is remove grass from a stone so it can be photographed, I don't like touching the stones at all and as with many of these older cemeteries time has damaged the stones as well as vandals.
Added by mark on Dec 29, 2010 7:04 AM
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