|Ruby Smith Hassell||RE: Izetta M. Williams|
Per the 1910 Orvisburg, Pearl River, MS Census - she is their daughter.
4/7/1916 - She married Curtis S. Williams and had two sons: Ned and D.T.
|Ruby Smith Hassell||Izetta M. Williams|
Was she the daughter of Alcee and Maggie Malley?
|Cathy Stevens (Stapleton)||Sonship for one of Ladell's Memorials|
I wanted to let you know that Ladell's memorial of Evelyn (Scott) Stewart #51952064 has been sponsored by Thomas Scott #51952064, a member of the Scott family.
I hope all is well.
|Carolyn Helms||Maxwell Photographs|
I love the photographs you have added to Find A Grave. May I have your permission to use them in my family tree at Ancestry.com. I would make sure to give you full credit for the photos I use.
|Renee Morrow||Thank You|
Hey I'm Sarah's daughter, Renee. We spoke a couple of years ago by email. I just registered to be on Find A Grave. I was going to try to update under Paw Paw "Clifton" and Maw Maw "Grace" page to add my mom and aunt Linda. But when I clicked edit I saw no way to add their names. Any help you could give me would be appreciated.
|paul chasteen||BETTY RUTH PETERS 10 Mar 1934|
hARDY DO YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT HER CHILDREN?
|Wanda Williams-Michel||Vernon Williams|
Thank you for all that you do to carry on the Williams legacy.
When I see daddy's photo it brings me such joy but at the same time it makes me cry for hours. I still cannot open our crate of all daddy's photos - air force, childhood, etc.... it just kills me. I miss him so much.
Thank GOD I have my faith and know that I will see him again.
Love you much!
Hi Hardy, I'm all confused. Some of the dates and names match my direct lines of Williams out of Georgia originally. Lewis Williams born 1805 and "Choctaw"Bill Williams. They died in Louisiana. Are they a branch off of my Florida Williams somehow? My lines may not have any connection but I thought you may know. I'm new at this genealogy research and the Williams line has me pulling my hair out at times.I nearly give up at times. Sincerely, Tania :)
Added by Ms.Nana on Jun 25, 2015 10:00 AM
Thank you for the offer to manage Dinnie Lambert's memorial. I would happily manage the memorial although, since proper links are made, it's certainly not necessary.
Thank you for all you do for the Findagrave family!
Added by Amy on Oct 26, 2014 2:53 PM
Thank you so very much for posting a picture of Simeon Maxwell. He served in Co. C, 33rd Mississippi Infantry. My great-great grandfather served in the same unit. He didn't make it back alive like Simeon but I feel closer to him to see the men who served with him.
Added by bgbutler on Sep 05, 2014 11:31 PM
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