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Randy Clark (#47433595)
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Bio Photo Independent Insurance Agent in Greenwood, MS. Married to former Sherry Gibbs, have two sons both grown with 2 children each.
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Tam Respess
Pentecost Photos at Odd Fellows Greenwood
Thank you so much for the photos!
Added by Tam Respess on Nov 25, 2014 3:18 PM
Sandi K
IOOF Greenwood MS
Thank you Randy. The improvements at IOOF are nothing short of miraculous, though I know they represent many hours of volunteer help from you and others. It is now a pleasure to photo & try to get burials there entered. Probably 1/2 done. At some point may I contact you via email to get Gwood info to connect some of the people? 'Got lost' amongst the Kitchells & a few others because the engraving is so dim. Thanks! Sandi
Added by Sandi K on Apr 03, 2014 8:50 AM
Robert D.Reynolds
Mary Elizabeth Crump photo.
Randy thanks for the photo of her marker. She was first entered in the family's back yard.
Added by Robert D.Reynolds on Oct 15, 2013 12:32 PM
John Rhodes
Carlos Grant Scott
Hey, Cousin! Thanks for making the updates to my Great Uncle Carlos' memorial. I appreciate it! We'll keep in touch! ~ John
Added by John Rhodes on Sep 25, 2013 8:35 AM
Fam Gen
Mary E. Curle photo of tombstone
I saw that you took this photo. Am curious if you were able to get any other photos at the Beard Cemetery. Mary was the granddaughter of Robert and Cornelia Beard. Robert was the brother of my great-greatgrandfather, William C. Beard.
It would be wonderful to see any photo of his tombstone. I have one that was taken in the 80s but is very overgrown.
Also Robert and William's father and mother were buried there as well.
Any information would be appreciated.
Jackie Morgan in San Antonio, Texas
Added by Fam Gen on Jan 28, 2013 7:33 PM
janet
RE: Mollie Weatherly
Sorry, I can't help you there.

Since my grandfather, Wesley Rankin, died when my Dad was only 7, and my grandmother, Flora Arlene Ross, left West Carroll Parish, I never knew any aunts, uncles, or cousins. No family stories or anything. I don't really even know if I have any relatives who may still be in West Carroll.

Most of my research has been through the goodness of those who have posted their family trees on ancestry or following the census.

FYI: The West Carroll Parish Library, who carries the newspaper archives of the "West Carroll Gazette", is missing the years of 1931-1934. The librarian said that they had requested copies from Baton Rouge, but no success.

Have a good day. Janet




Added by janet on Oct 25, 2012 8:08 AM
janet
RE: Mollie Weatherly
Hi Randy,

Glad you found Rebecca's headstone. That is a bit of a tricky cemetery to record. Also removed the photo that I had on Mollie, as yours was better.

Have a good day.
Janet

Added by janet on Oct 24, 2012 6:30 AM
janet
RE: Mollie Weatherly
Hello Randy,

I corrected the name and dates for Mollie Taylor Weatherly. If I am not mistaken, you can add photos to existing memorials without being the "owner of the memorial". If you do, I can delete mine, as it isn't a very good photo.

Did you ever find the headstone for "Rebecca Felts".

Also noticed that you added the memorial for Elizabeth "Bettie" Peacock Taylor who was Eugene Taylor's wife. So was able to see the connection to the "Peacock" family.

I have noticed that there are several names from the "archives" that do not have markers or headstones. And I know that I missed a few when I went to take photos. And also some from findagrave that are not on the archives.

Thanks for the information.

Janet
Added by janet on Oct 23, 2012 7:55 AM
Frank E Janes
Peacock
Didn't know there was a corner cem. in Forest
Frank
Added by Frank E Janes on Sep 27, 2012 8:47 AM
janet
RE: Rebecca Felts
Hi Randy,

We have "spoken" before. I am also "mommajam" and you allowed me access to your private tree. My son-in-law is great grandson to S.N. Peacock. And connects back to William Peacock and Katherine Felts.

I am trying to remember where "Rebecca Felts" was buried. The cemetery, as you know is not very organized. And I honestly don't remember exactly where it is. But looking at my orginal photos... Roughly divide the cemetery into quarters. If you are facing towards the back of the cemetery, far left quarter, more towards the center. In looking at the photo, I believe her name and information will be facing the West or towards the front. It seems as if it is close to a headstone with a lamb on the top, and reads Bettie-wife of Eugene Taylor, and maybe to the left of a headstone that is a "woodman of the world" monument for a Joe Layton.

I may be totally off. But I do know she is in the cemetery. This is the "Old Forest Cemetery" off Sanderson Road, and not the one by hwy. People get confused with the two.

Let me know if you can't find it, or if you do.
Sorry I can't be of more help.

Janet
Added by janet on Sep 21, 2012 3:23 PM
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