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Debbie Belk Ellis (#47204635)
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Donna (Harrison) Needham
Marcella Adelaide (Harrison) Smith
Hi Debbie! Was wondering if you could add all of Marcella's siblings to her F.A.G. memorial. Below is the list. I am her great-neice, Donna Marie (Harrison)Needham. Thank you for all you do!

Armilda Eveline "Millie" Harrison 1880-1938
Marcella was 2nd born
Clara D. Harrison 1883-1961
Everett Nelson Harrison 1891-1955
Anna Glenn Harrison 1894-1986
Dovie Bruce Harrison 1896-1982
James Leslie Harrison "Mike" 1900-1981 (my grandfather)

Yes, the middle names are correct for all her siblings. It was always told through the generations that Marcella's parents, William Nelson & Esther Mabel Harrison named the boys with girl's middle names and the girls with boy's middle names, although for Everett, and a couple other siblings, it doesn't seem as though they kept that idea. I know when Dovie was living she was very adamant about NO ONE knowing her middle name! I'm sure I wouldn't either! Thanks again! Donna
Added by Donna (Harrison) Needham on Feb 11, 2016 6:33 PM
SD
RE: Michael D. Doyle: Greenlawn Memorial Park, Natchez, Ms
I am not related to Mike. I graduated from high school in 1964 and he was in my class.
Added by SD on Nov 05, 2015 8:27 AM
SD
RE: Michael D. Doyle: Greenlawn Memorial Park, Natchez, Ms
I graduated from high school in 1964 with Mike Doyle and Edward Lee Murray who recently died. These guys were best friends.
Added by SD on Mar 01, 2015 10:34 PM
Ann Berry McNair
RE: Hazel J. Lowe, Greenlawn Memorial Park, Natchez
I can fully understand how busy you must be! Thanks for your response, Ann
Added by Ann Berry McNair on Feb 05, 2015 7:46 PM
Ann Berry McNair
RE: Hazel J. Lowe, Greenlawn Memorial Park, Natchez
Debbie, would you please go to the edit tab on your personal bio page, and approve the edits and links that I have sent for your approval. I would greatly appreciate your additional help, Ann
Added by Ann Berry McNair on Feb 04, 2015 6:00 PM
Ann Berry McNair
RE: Hazel J. Lowe, Greenlawn Memorial Park, Natchez
Thank You for your help! I have sent additional info and links to your edit tab. So, I thank you in advance for that help also.

God Bless, Ann
Added by Ann Berry McNair on Jan 31, 2015 2:31 PM
Heather Hall V
RE: Minnie & Archie Colvin
Thank you Debbie for the transfer of my grandparents!
Added by Heather Hall V on Dec 30, 2014 12:24 PM
Betty
RE: Korey Everett
You are very welcome. I deleted the duplicate on David. So sorry for your family's loss. Betty
Added by Betty on Oct 01, 2014 7:11 PM
Brittany Watts Rex
RE: James & Miley Watts
Thank you for transferring my grandparents' memorials to me.
Added by Brittany Watts Rex on Sep 24, 2014 9:35 AM
Susan Cocker Hopkins
Group photos of stones very helpful
Hi Debbie,

Wanted to send you kudos for your photos of family groups of stones. Here's just one example for memorial #41450235. Your photos here and on other memorials that turned out to be related, helped clue me in to relationships of the Moore and Steen men, who were all from Aughnacloy, County Tyrone, now in N. Ireland. That, along with other evidence, gave me the backing to link spouses and children. Stones of people who are related are often together, yet few others take the care to show more than one stone and thus the context.
Added by Susan Cocker Hopkins on Aug 28, 2014 11:19 AM
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