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Hunts Forebears (#47180265)
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I found the information on Family Search.
Added by L_ee on Jul 20, 2016 3:35 PM
Cindy Moore Brigman 💕
RE: Joseph Casteel
Thank you
Added by Cindy Moore Brigman €... on Jun 14, 2016 3:49 AM
Raymond Settle
Onie Z. Hamilton
I am in the process of trying to get family links established for my family members. Onie Zerelda Adair Hamilton 96863703 was the daughter of Elisha Garland Adair 14901262 and his first wife Mary H. Bibb Adair 9689419. If you could add these links it will be appreciated.
Added by Raymond Settle on May 25, 2016 2:31 AM
Sondra "Sandy" PITMAN Morrison
RE: Eldon Langston
You're very welcome.
Added by Sondra "Sandy" PITMAN Mor... on Apr 28, 2016 10:51 AM
Annett Treece

I am a great granddaughter of Mary Alice - is there anyway I could get a copy of this picture?
Added by Annett Treece on Apr 05, 2016 5:03 PM
Angie B. Roberts
Mem#51491926 Ben T Weeks
Jane Ann Adair Weeks is a distant relative. Today I discovered your memorial for she & Ben. Want to share that I found them both listed on 1910 census (dated May 4 in the Crossroads Precinct, Prentiss Co., MS) living with son Ben T. Weeks' family. Very strange since death date on grave stone is 1908??? Maybe there is some way to put a note on the Memeorial about the death date possibly being wrong. Can't imagine two Dr. Ben Weeks with wives named Jennie/Jane in that small an area. Has me curious. :)
Added by Angie B. Roberts on Jan 07, 2016 4:02 PM
Tracy Rhodes
RE: Peggy Nettles
You're welcome! Are you a relative? I'm a niece to Wendell Nettles.
Added by Tracy Rhodes on Jan 06, 2016 8:15 PM
Libba Criddle
RE: Joe and Jessie Mae East
I asked Tommy this morning about the Indian blood in Joe East family. He knew about it but wasn't sure of the tribe. He did say that his wife, Margaret East Futrall, (Joe's daughter) is on Facebook. If you are on FB you can look up her name (Houston, MS) and Tommy said that he was sure she could give you more info. She serves as pianist for an out of town church so I seldom see her. However, I do know her and she is a very nice person. Let me know if you cannot get in touch with her and I will make another effort. I will get a picture of the monument as soon as I get to Bethel Cemetery area (about 8 mi from here).
Added by Libba Criddle on Jan 03, 2016 12:35 PM
Libba Criddle
RE: Joe and Jessie Mae East
Do you know what tribe his grandfather belonged to? There were Chickasaw and Choctaw in this area, plus a few of other tribes. My husband's great grandmother was part (or full) Native American but we have not been able to determine the tribe....we think Chickasaw.

Joe East was a first class carpenter. He did lots of excellent work around this area. After they died, the estate sold and I went to the sale. The auctioneer said that the house was one of the best built around, made mainly with screws rather than nails. I went inside and it was really first class, the walls being several inches thick, to be as near tornado proof as possible.
Added by Libba Criddle on Jan 01, 2016 10:20 PM
Libba Criddle
RE: Joe and Jessie Mae East
I do live close to the cemetery and have catalogued part of it. Four of us have done most of the cemeteries in this county, all that we know of except the large Houston Cemetery. I had started on it, fell and broke my arm, had to have surgery, then broke it again about a year later and had surgery again. I'm almost 80 years of age and have started getting out and around now again. I will make it a point to get a picture of it asap, with weather permitting. It's turning cold here now but I'm sure we will have some good days soon. I may forget to let you know when I post it but keep checking on it and maybe I'll get it soon. Happy New Year.
Added by Libba Criddle on Dec 31, 2015 11:25 PM
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