I'm a Mississippi guy, although born in California during WWII, I was raised in Mississippi. I'm a land and offshore surveyor and have worked all over the SE USA. I have lived in South Louisiana for the last twenty-eight years, doing the offshore surveying. I'm the father of three and grandfather of two. I was into genealogy for a several years, lost interest in it about 10 - 15 years ago and just recently got back into it as retirement approaches.
Harmony Cemetery Neshoba County MS Hi John. I see where you took pictures of the Harmony Cemetery in the House community of Neshoba county. My question is, Did you take pictures of all headstones in cemetery? I have a request for a Robert Neese in that cemetery and was wondering if it is accessible since you say its on forest land. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Edward Grant Fortner Is there by any chance a connection between the Edward Grant Fortner that was married to Eva Fortner ( http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSvcid=167498&GRid=55648928& )
and the husband/wife duo of William Martin Fortner and Martha Riser? Was this same Edward Grant their youngest son (born around 1888)?
Allen (husband of Edward/Eva's great-great granddaughter)
RE: Lenora Warren Thanks, John. I knew of many of those buried in Luther Chapel Cemetery of Scott Co. and have some kin there. However, much of my information is taken from The Varner Family book by Kevin Davis and the Scott Co. Cemetery disc by Deloris Pickering Sanders. Her information includes William Diggs, the father of Lenora Diggs Warren but the death certificate she includes shows he was buried at New Chapel Cemetery, and that is where his family had a home-made marker for many years, I think your technique of using photos is more precise,