|David C. Dyess (#47343909)|
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David C. Dyess researching the Dyess, Chafin, Long, Brewer, Pettis, Williams, and related families and adding other photos that I take so some one else may get some benefit from them.|
If I make an error and we all do please let me know either private or through find a grave and I will do my best to correct it.
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|Camillia||RE: Ann Chesser # 11899611|
I saw that, too, but can't find her as a Reyes... I was wondering if her mother married twice, so I'm looking in that direction, too.
Added by Camillia on Jan 18, 2015 5:15 PM
|Camillia||Ann Chesser # 11899611|
I found this marriage for Charles and Ann:
Name: Charles Chesser
Spouse: Ann Shirley Sulli
County of Marriage: Hillsborough
Marriage Date: 1944
Source: Florida Department of Health
Was she married twice?
Added by Camillia on Jan 16, 2015 9:54 AM
|Little Lady||Picture mix-up|
The picture on memorial #43125835 needs to be put on memorial #46586362 The picture was accidentally posted on her daughter's memorial instead of her's. Since the both have the name Ada, I can understand where this could have happened. :)
|Little Lady||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 98282681|
I did the math. You can do the math if you want. If you get something different, then use it. It was late last night when I did the math, so I most definitely could have made a mistake! :)
|Little Lady||RE: Bethel Cemetery|
Ok. I was told that the two cemeteries were merged, so that is why there were doubles. I like to give the person who created the memorial the first chance to delete their duplicated memorial, before I report it to findagrave. I feel like I would be being a bad person if I did not give the creator of the memorial the first opportunity. I may have made a mistake. Thanks for looking. :)
|Camillia||RE: dyess research|
I'm a descendant of Moses Dyess and Kizzie Highsler.
Added by Camillia on Dec 22, 2014 11:24 PM
|Camillia||RE: dyess research|
Sorry, I don't have any documentation on these Dias's. I've been researching ours for quite a while and haven't made any connections yet. I'm pretty sure the Dias, Nichols, Driggers, and Lanier families in Sumter County tie into the families of the same names that I'm working on, but I have not figured out how yet. Still looking though. I've added your name to my email and I can keep you posted as to what I find out. ~ Camillia
Added by Camillia on Dec 21, 2014 4:34 PM
|Shirley Thacker Hartman||Merchese|
Thank you very much for adding the photo to Mattie's memorial. Thank you for all the work you do on Find A Grave.
|Bailey Alabama||Re: Rusian B. Bailey|
Thank you for taking the photo of my great uncle RB Bailey's grave stone. It has helped me to add details to my ancestry.com family tree. I appreciate you taking the time to do this oh so very important work. I am very grateful and I'm sure that many other Bailey descendants are pleased that you've taken the time to complete the tasks that mean so much to the families. Thank you again----Bailey in Alabama
|christopher dyess||Thank you so much|
I am Jake and Mary Dyess' only surviving son. It means alot that you took the time to leave flowers. I would like to meet you as I have no contact with extended family. My email is email@example.com. I hope to hear back from you.
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