|Lloyd Cannon (#47317192)|
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Dear Members of Find A Grave ,I love emails from you all. when you get 76 all emails are welcome..lloyd cannon|
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|Owl63||RE: John Henry Martin|
You are welcome!
Added by Owl63 on Jan 21, 2014 4:12 PM
|Jimbo||RE: William Russel Martin|
I wondered if you are related to the Augustus Cannon family that lived near Mimosa here in Lincoln County, TN?
Added by Jimbo on Dec 31, 2013 6:03 PM
|Sue Armstrong||RE: William Russel Martin|
Thank you Lloyd. Will check into this. Hope you & your family have a Happy New Year. Mainly working on the Coy family right now for a big reunion in Feb 2014. - Sue
|sydney murff||Lamar C Tullos|
this was son of my Great Grand-uncle Frank who was the son of Random Oneal Tullos and Melissa Tullos (she had been widowed once or twice before)
Name: Lamar Cecil Tullos
Birth Date: 31 Jul 1909
Birth Place: Texas
Father: Frank Tullos
Mother: Mary Weimer
Age at Death: 70
Death Date: 18 Sep 1979
Death Place: Beeville, Bee, Texas, USA
|Betty Vaughn||RE: McCarty|
Yes James Reese McCarty is husband of Araminta.
You do not have to transfer because there are many closer kin.
|Sallie Copeland Mackey||RE: Louise Holland|
These connections and info have been added. Thank you.
|Mary Gourley||Listing Error|
I want to express my gratitude for the work you have contributed to this site !!!
In looking up 'Polozeck' (my family) I discovered one listing for "Evelyn Polozeck".
Curiosity made me look at this headstone and I discovered it is listed wrong.....LAST NAME on
headstone is WILSON...
I didn't know of a Evelyn Polozeck and discovered that there wasn't one.....
Went to school with you....
Mary Jean (Polozeck) Gourley
|Patricia P. Williams||RE: Felix Cannon|
I am sorry that I could not find a marker for Felix. My 2x grandparents (on all sides) have no markers and that is a disappointment.
Anyway, I also have Mary Estelle Cannon Walden. The interesting thing is that when I picked up my sheets today, I immediately look for hers, and the records show she and Felix are in the same grave. This was common practice at the time and the cemetary workers call it "Double Dipping". As a matter of fact, it is common even today, although the markers are separate.
I hope to go back to Greenwood this week, depending on weather and the work load at my office. I will keep you posted.
|Pam Shackelford||RE: Grandmother Cooper|
Glad I was able to do this for you. I fulfilled 18 requests today and wouldn't you know it, the graves were scattered from one end to the other. Hahahah!
Thank you so much. I really appreciate it.
Added by marilyn on Aug 20, 2013 12:09 PM
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