|Linda Wayman (#47152231)|
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|I'm located in North West Mississippi.|
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|Craig J. Dougherty||RE: Re:John Costello|
Awesome. He was as you know a 'Traveling Irish Horse Trader'. Are you related? I found my Great Great Grandfather Bryan Dougherty was and further research opened a Pandora box of Irish Horse traders. I now have hundreds of them on my tree from coast to coast. Main cemeteries were the Gorman's at St Joseph in Cincinnati. Sherlock + Costello's of Calvary in Nashville. O'Hara + Riley's of Atlanta, Georgia. Many other names like Burke, Campbell, Hamilton, Quigley, O'Rourke, Dougherty, etc. Early years hundreds of covered wagons from all points of the country would converge in Atlanta on April 1st and April 21 in Nashville for huge burials. Those who died during the year were put in tombs and held till the next Spring. On my tree are many articles about these great funerals. If you want an invite to my tree my email is email@example.com Cheers, Craig J Dougherty
Thank you for the obituary information!
Added by Whitney on Apr 21, 2015 9:28 AM
|Sue Lee Johnson||Robert Sullivan|
Okay....now I got it. I thought the other one was it. Thanks for the link!
|Sue Lee Johnson||Robert Sullivan (Tech)|
Linda, I'd be happy to do whatever you want me to do, but I don't know what it is. Bobby is already on the Tech list and there's already a link at the bottom of his page. Is there something else I need to do?
|Clarence J DILLION||RE: Re: Edith Bronstein|
LINDA-- Thank you for that. I agree 100%.It is about the families. I just got back from hitting both the John Sevier (new) and the Lyon View (old) to get some photos. I have about given up on some folks about moving the memorial and just take photos at both and post them even if wrong location, reminding them of the error. I understand it is easy to mix up. V/r Joe
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Betty Renick.|
Do you know her maiden name? Thanks for the BIO...Ed
|diane elkins||RE: Re: Jo Campbell|
Thank you. I think she might have a son, Daniel E. Whitesides, Jr. also, but I think he is still living.
|armymom||RE: Northeast MS|
I live in Jackson now but all my "folks" are in NE MS. My mom's folks are all from Monroe county and my Dad's folks are all from Tippah, Prentiss, Lee. Born in Memphis and moved to MS when 10 because that is home to both my parents. I have lived in Jackson for 42 years so I guess it is home now. We go to the casinos sometimes in Tunica so that is kinda close to Southaven.
Added by armymom on Mar 09, 2015 3:05 PM
Where in NE MS are you located? I grew up in Prentiss/Lee county. My brother still lives in Booneville
Added by armymom on Mar 09, 2015 2:37 PM
|armymom||RE: Patsy Howell|
Added by armymom on Mar 09, 2015 2:34 PM
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