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|Bobby J Locklear||Melvin Lloyd|
Thank you! Duplicate??? I must have been busy that day...BJL
|Mike & Bushy Hartman||kinlaw family cemetery|
Well that is a problem. When I created that cemetery on Find A Grave people on the local chat list told me it was Kinlaw or Smith Cemetery and I did not find this one, so frustrating. Also sad they created the cemetery but only provided a wide shot and not one of every stone. And the most sad is I no longer have those photos on my computer I lost an external drive with them on it. Also I am short on time due to training to hike the AT so I will have to see if I can come up with enough time to save and then repost each photo. The best thing would be to have admin merge the two together so my photos go on their memorials.
Thanks for letting me know hope I get to it.
Okay, it just cannot matter now because Mrs. Banks, who was married to her great-grandson, James "Tom" Banks, is deceased and no one else in the family have any information on the woman. Thank you for looking. Because it was Mrs. Banks who told me her last name was "Rutling," that is how I am going to record it, but with a caveat that "who knows" at this point? It is just one of the tragedies of the legacy of slavery which we cannot do a heck of a lot about today. Thank you for looking. (I need to look in the 1870 Census for Arkansas to see if anything like the two spellings of the last name pop up.)
Added by Cheryl on Jan 30, 2015 10:30 AM
Check again, someone has divided it.
Added by RNB on Jan 29, 2015 3:08 PM
Becky, I wonder what your source for the mother of Cornelius is? The family have her name as "Deala Rutling." Somewhat close, and the woman spent her life as a slave so there would be little data written down about her. The more reason to coordinate what is known. Thank you.
Added by Cheryl on Jan 24, 2015 1:41 PM
|Devil Kitty Designs||J W Mauldin|
I received your edit request for the name change for the memorial of J W Everett Mauldin. I initially declined it, but went ahead and made the change after doing some searching.
As of yet I have been unable to find a birth record for this man. I did find his marriage record, which gives his name as J. W. Everett Mauldin. His death certificate gives his name as Everett Johnnie Mauldin, and his headstone reads "J. W. Everett Mauldin." Another record gives his name as John (or Johnny) William Everett Mauldin.
If you have any additional information you can provide me with that will help pin down the actual legally given name of this man, I would greatly appreciate it. I think, given the other records I have found, that he went by "Everett" most of his life, so I included it in the nickname field as you requested.
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||RE: Thank you again|
My honor...thank you. Blessings.
I am wondering if there is a corresponding grave near Anna Tidwell Kirby's grave, Mem. number:8453594 with her husband's name, Everett Kirby, and "Father" carved on the stone? I do not have his vital statistics, but they would be near to the same as Mrs. Kirbys.
Added by Cheryl on Dec 05, 2014 11:33 AM
|Jennifer Allen||James and Claude Teneyck|
Hi I went into the bio section and added the other listing of the surname.
|M.C. Brown, Bear Creek, N.C.||RE: Permission to use your photos|
Thanks so much!
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