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Rose (#47158534)
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Bio Photo I have been researching family since 1983.This doesn't mean I am an expert but have hopefully learned something along the way. One thing I feel significant, is to research all the females and do about 2-3 generations on each sibling of yourfamily(from your direct line) You may also find more relatives this way, as families move together(or did earlier in time)

I love Find A Grave, I have found so many persons full birth and death dates.

My pet peeve is to find a memorial with a photo of the tombstone with full dates etc and the person who made the memorial only puts in year, or does record from a partial listing and has unknown for the dates ...when they are there on the memorial.
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RE: Fuller-Keen cemetery
Thank you
Added by Frankz on Aug 15, 2014 2:55 PM
Fuller-Keen cemetery
Since you took a photo of the Fuller-Keen cemetery in Laurens County, can you tell where it's located?
Added by Frankz on Aug 15, 2014 1:03 PM
Geneva Johnson
RE: Henry Phelan
You are welcome Rose. Believe me, I don't stay out in this hot Texas sun very long at one time. LOL
Added by Geneva Johnson on Jul 30, 2014 7:56 AM
Shirley Smith
RE: Ivy Phelan
You're welcome. I didn't know if there was a relationship with Vernon or not, but took a chance since the graves were so close and Phelan is an uncommon surname. Glad it worked out. I'm always disappointed when there is no headstone, but finding a relative close by helps make up for it.
Added by Shirley Smith on Jul 22, 2014 7:08 PM
Linda Dukes
RE: Wiggins in Noxubee Co, MS
I am directly related through Lucy Jane Wiggins, Bright Sr's sister who married William McDonald, but indirectly related through other lines. I will have to put in a photo request to see if they have markers.
Added by Linda Dukes on Jun 18, 2014 6:32 PM
RE: William, Mary, Leonidas & W Albert Dasher
Rose, it was my pleasure. I hope this helps with your genealogy. The boys' stones are so beautiful.
Added by gazelle on Jun 14, 2014 6:18 PM
RE: Sarah & Van Kesler
You are very welcome. Was very happy to do this for you.
Added by vena on Jun 08, 2014 4:31 AM
Patricia O
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I agree with what you have to say in your profile - and your pet peeve is also one of mine!


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Added by Patricia O on May 05, 2014 3:55 PM
Eric Brantley
RE: Orbie D Minshew
I talked to Ken Brantley about it when he was writing it. My problem is I need a DNA test done because about 5 generations up there were 2 William Brantleys born about the same time and we need DNA to figure out which line we came from.
Added by Eric Brantley on Apr 27, 2014 2:53 PM
Eric Brantley
RE: Orbie D Minshew
Always Welcome!! Oh Wow..That is where many of my Brantley's lived in Washington and Hancock Counties. My great grandfather's parent moved them to Savannah when they were all teens and once the children were grown the parents moved back to Mayfield. I been meaning to make a trip to Hancock and Washington Counties to find some graves.
Added by Eric Brantley on Apr 25, 2014 6:53 PM
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