|Donna Z (#47425098)|
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I completely see the value in Find A Grave. I am a family researcher, and love this site! I view Find A Grave as another tool to maintain information on those who have gone before us for future generations to enjoy. If you see that I have any information that is incorrect, please let me know. Also if you have additional information you want added, just let me know!|
My purpose in Find A Grave is to give a connection and personality to our ancestors. So as time permits, if I know of a neat story that sheds light on the person, I will put it in their BIO. I encourage any appropriate and kind story to be sent to me, and I will update their BIO.
Blessings to all
And Finally, if you find that a persons memorial I manage is more closely related to you than myself, please reach out to me with your relationship if you wish to manage the memorial. My worth is not determined by the number of memorials I manage (though to-date the ones I manage are mostly related to me in some way or so), or by the rules that govern the technicalities as to who has a right to manage the graves, and who does not. These are memorials for real people who have died, and living family members, at times, uniquely identify with these family members that have passed FAR MORE than the contributor who built the memorials from a spreadsheet etc.
Our experiences with Find A Grave should be informative, fact-bearing, and FUN.
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|Nancy E Brown||Mary Deluvinia Higgins Romero|
I added the infomation you gave me. Nancy
|Virginia N||Great granddaughter|
I am also a great granddaughter of JJ Jackson. Have grown up with this picture in my family's photo albums. I live in Oregon along with many more great grandchildren.
|Grave Maven||Edits on memorial!|
Hi Donna, I did put the edits on her memorial. Just wanted to let you know where I found that limited info. If you want to email me, my address is on my page. Thanks again,
|Ace||RE: Fletcher Monday|
Hi! I am not related to the Monday family. I help out on several automobile related websites by researching old photos for them. For example, see the last comment:
here, or the "Come Away With Me Lucille" comment here. Ace
Added by Ace on Mar 06, 2015 3:37 AM
|Setex Steve||RE: Matilda|
Cousin Donna, I'm actually in the Booth line. William Addison Booth, b. 1832 is my 2nd Great Grandfather. His son Thomas Addison Booth, (b. 1866) is my great grandfather (and Matilda "Tillie" Booth's brother, so she's my Great Grand Aunt). Thomas Addison Booth's daughter, Ida Belle Booth,b. 1894, is my maternal grandmother who married Jefferson Davis Church. Their daughter Virginia Ophelia Church(b. 1918) is my mother.
Right now, I'm looking at the genealogy of the 3 daughters of William Addison Monday.
Anyway, it's great hearing from you and talking to you! Stay in touch and let me know if you have any questions about the Booth's.
|Setex Steve||Matilda "Tillie" Booth Monday|
Ureka! I found it. J.F. Monday and Tillie Booth were married 1/20/1886 in Carroll County, Mississippi. This is the record (no photo was available online):
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M51676-7 , System Origin: Mississippi-ODM , GS Film number: 895138
|Setex Steve||Matilda B Monday|
I'm about 99% certain that Matilda B is Matilda Booth, my great grand aunt. Her parents were William Addison Booth, b. 1832, and Narcissa Elizabeth Wells Booth, born 1938. I starting looking for what happened to her when I was researching my great grandfather (her brother) Thomas Addison Booth, b. 1866, who disappeared in Central America between 1915 and 1922. All of these people are the Booths from Carroll County, MS and I know that John Fletcher and Matilda "Tillie" are living in Beat 2, Carroll County, MS in the 1900 Census with the same children listed on John Fletcher's Find A Grave web page. Thomas Addison Booth is the father of my maternal grandmother Ida Belle Booth Church. I've looked for a marriage license or some other document that connects John F. and Matilda Booth officially, but I'd be surprised if your Tillie B. isn't Matilda Booth.
Hi! All of the information below is in reference to the following memorial:
I saw a photo with his name on it here:
An enlargement is here:
Looking at the Knoxville, Tennessee city directories he appears to have worked at the Red Seal Auto and Sales Co. from about 1922 - 1935. It also shows that his first wife was an Alma J. Monday. They were apparently together from at least 1927 - 1930. Beginning in 1931 she is listed separately.
In about 1934 he then appears to be married to Dorothy L. Monday. Starting in 1936 he is working at Monday & Kee Marble Co. with an Otis L. Kee. Otis is apparently married to Georgia L. Kee. So when I saw that you had Fletcher married to a Georgia I wondered if this was the same person. I have no idea if he was or not. I was just trying to find out who Fletcher Monday was as shown in the photo.
I also found that he apparently enlisted during WWII in the U.S. Army Air Corps on 3 Nov 1942.
I hope this info might help you in your research.
Added by Ace on Mar 03, 2015 3:55 PM
Thank you for stopping at our son's site, James Henry "Tank" Dowling and leaving a token. Please continue to pray for our family as we try to heal. We will see James again in God's time. God bless, Saundra & Alton Dowling
link to a video of James playing his guitar and singing with 2 of his nephews
|Phil & Donna Whitaker||Lenora Lancaster|
The photo was placed in the newspaper by the family. I have no problem with you using it. There may be a better one at the funeral home website.
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