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Janice Erbe Mackey (#47478807)
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Bio Photo I have been working on genealogy since high school, almost 37 years. My Grandmother and Mother were very concerned about losing the family history. They instilled this in me and I in my children. My Mother believes that Families share a special bond that words alone can't quite describe. For each member plays their part in contributing to family pride. It may not matter years from now who said what or did what when, it's laughs we've shared and places we've been that are remembered time and time again. Through special pictures and written words, filled with warmth and family love to be enjoyed by family here and now and generations still to come. If I don't put pen to paper about memories of my family that have gone before me, who will? This is what makes us human.
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Kathy Burr
Vesta Barnes
Walton Cem., Delray, Panola, TX
please see the on line listing for the cemetery by Gloria B Mayfield
thanks for ur inquiry k
Added by Kathy Burr on Apr 12, 2014 5:24 PM
Paul Sutton Kamalsky
RE: Burroughs

You are most welcome. There is one stone photo
up (Silas)

Best regards,
Added by Paul Sutton Kamalsky on Apr 02, 2014 6:39 PM
Bailey-Collins Cemetery, Bibb Co.
No, Janice, I don't know where they relocated the cemetery. I've "Googled" for that information and have asked an archeologist what would be the process and who would have those records. I haven't gotten anything. Many of the bodies(coffins) were in brick enclosures. A backhoe dug at the foot of each grave, broke through either the brick encasement or coffin(if there was one) and removed everything they could. If I find out anymore information, I'll let you know.
Added by FCBrooks2 on Mar 21, 2014 10:43 PM
Robert McJimsey
I have noted the discrepancy between cemetery records and your notes.
Added by SLGMSD on Nov 17, 2013 6:39 PM
public name
Robert V. Kelroy at St. John's, Bryon
The obit is longer than the first two paragraphs you posted. See the edit for the complete obit.
Added by public name on Nov 05, 2013 5:58 PM
William Cole
Dunwells at Mount Hope
I did not find Deborah's grave.
Stephen's grandson Robert, Robert's wife Fostina and child Medora are buried in the same plot.
Henry Dunwell is also there.
Next to Stephen is Nancy Arnold (maybe a Dunwell?). There are several Arnolds in Mount Hope.
I will transfer Robert, Fostina, Medora and Henry to you if you want them.
I have been having some fun tracing the Dunwell family ( not related - just like to practice research on Ancestry).
Added by William Cole on Oct 15, 2013 11:49 AM
Steve Metcalf
RE: Warn Anderson

I checked Warn's page on another PC and a smart phone. The photo of his grave site appears on both devices. I would get out of your internet browser and then reenter to see if the photo (only 1) appears.

Let me know. I would be happy to re-enter the photo, if necessary.

Steve Metcalf
Added by Steve Metcalf on Oct 10, 2013 5:12 PM
RE: Mildred Johnson Hess Faulkner
Hello, my mother, Donna Bartenbach (Vineta Johnson's daughter) told me that she didn't know. She is checking into it in her files. How are you related to Mildred?

Added by Donna/Tony on Sep 28, 2013 12:05 PM
Martin W Johnson
RE: Ellis powers
it was ellis s. powers. my mistake.
Added by Martin W Johnson on Sep 20, 2013 8:00 PM
Gerry Hill
RE: Thomas Raines
Very familiar with the line. I was into Genealogy 10 years before home computers, and had several correspondence on those lines, and found in Americus Ga- the several volumn book Smith,Whitfield Bryan- and if you are kin to one, you are definitely kin to the others.
Added by Gerry Hill on Sep 09, 2013 7:54 AM
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