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Foster in Pittsboro, Calhoun County, MS, and in Centerville, Arkansas.
Brooks in Coffee and Williamson, Tennessee.
Jones in Coffee Tennessee.
Waldrop in Tennessee, Clay and Cullman County, Alabama, Paulding and Haralson County Georgia.
Douglas in Perry County, Arkansas
and Saline County, Missouri
Davis and Grizzle in Centerville, Arkansas
Guffey from Putnam County, Mo
Mckenzie in Yell County, Ark
Diana: Thanks to Diana for the sponsor of Jazlyn Lee Ferguson
Thanks to Edda for the sponsor of My Dad Bobby memorial
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Yell County, Ark
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Thanks SO much!
Added by MSL on Feb 24, 2014 5:06 AM
|Linda Thompson||RE: Letter|
Short answer is no, although the old city map hanging in the Chancery Court building may show the location. The Blind Institute was established in 1848, and it struggled until the late 19th century with only a few students and some ineffective leaders. The building was used as a hospital during the Civil War. There are pictures (online) of a newer School for the Blind building in a different location on North State Street near the present Baptist Hospital, built about 1881 and used for about 70 years. The soldier's description probably indicates a location between the Old Capitol and Fortification Street.
|Linda Thompson||RE: Grizzle|
There is a well-maintained section at Greenwood Cemetery for unknown Confederate soldiers. There are no other records, other than the military records, for burials of Civil War soldiers there.
|Patti||RE: Coffee County|
Thank you for your recognition of the work I do. It was my pleasure to please you.
Added by Patti on Dec 28, 2013 5:10 PM
|Mario Ragucci||Thanks to YOU|
It was you, Omikeo, who really opened up my joy of finding Find A Grave, one year ago. I remember I had asked a question on the need help board. You looked up my Williamson tree and showed me where my Great grandma was buried. That was my first peep into what was available to me. You were the first person to use ancestory and help me. That changed me quite a bit as I learnt to go to the library here and I owe it to you for being the first encounter that was so positive. Mario
You have Mary Jane Jenkins as having Michael and Catherine as parents. What document do you have showing that? Her marriage bond doesn't have her parents names.
Added by erik on Dec 08, 2013 3:50 PM
|Martin Knight||Joseph Marion Bell|
After reviewing your details about Joseph MArion Bell, I saw some erros in the information you provided. At first you stated he was born on 24 December 1833, then down in the details you stated he was born in 1858. All the U.S. Federal Census' show he was born in Georgia. The 1860 Census shows his father was Barlett Bell (John Barlett Bell) born in 1798 in Georgia.
|Janie Light||RE: Randolph County|
Thank you so much Mike for adding all the links I requested. And thank you for creating the memorials in the first place. It always makes my research go faster if I know when they were born, died, and are buried. I really appreciate all you do in find-a-grave.
|gaynell bandy||Old Oak Grove Cemetery|
Are there more head stones in this cemetery that you can read the names and dates. Looking for family buried in this area.
James and Gay Bandy
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