|David Parker (#47558463)|
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I became interested in Find-A-Grave because it is so very beneficial to genealogy research. Gathering and posting photos of ancestors and family members is a special interest of mine. |
No problem with the transfer of management for any memorials of persons not in my direct lines--please request using the 'edit' tab and the 'provide additional information' link from the memorial page concerned.
You are welcome to use any pictures I have posted on Find-A-Grave--no need for additional permission and no need for a "credit" notation.
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|Christopher Beard||RE: Pigott Info|
David, thank you for the info. I see my name is on the transcript at that website. I do not remember doing that. I will have to research to make sure all is true. The Spence cemetery is my family cemetery. I am the President of the Trustees for the cemetery. Thanks again!
|Christopher Beard||Pigott Info|
Hi David. Wondering if you know where Leon Pigott and his wife Alma Spence are buried. They were parents of Lula Mae.
|Larry Bailey||My grandfather|
Actually, my grandfather's full name was Daniel Tucker Bailey, and he was Uncle Finis' brother. I think I told you how Finis got his name, didn't I?
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org Faster that way, as I rarely come here.
|Larry Bailey||RE: Zeph Bailey|
David, I'm sorry to be so late replying to you, but I just opened the site for the first time in a couple of years!
I'm descended from Tucker Bedford (?) Bailey, b. 1870, I think. Uncle Finis was named that because the delivering doctor told great-granddaddy Booker that he'd better name him Finis, because he was the last one great-grandmother Sallie Phelps would ever have.
Many thanks for the information!
|Paula Ali||Maria Teutsch|
|Michauel Bryan||Gardens of Memory Cemetery photo|
David, I deeply appreciate you taking time away from your day to travel to the Gardens of Memory Cemetery, locate the marker, take the great photo and posting it.
|Michael Epley||RE: Correction|
Thank you for this information about the spelling of Philippina's name. I have always wondered what was correct.
|Michael Epley||RE: Philipena Bleystein Teutsch|
David: Thank you very much for this explanation, which makes good sense to me. I agree that most likely Philebena (Philipina?) Teutsch would have been living with or near Jacob and buried in that area.
I appreciate your taking the time to respond to my inquiry. I plan to go down and look at the cemetery/crepe myrtle grove sometime soon.
If you come upon any other information that might be useful, please let me know. Thanks again.
Mike Epley 870-234-3777 or 870-234-6641
|Michael Epley||Philipena Bleystein Teutsch|
David: Ancestry.com just today connected me with this Find-a-Grave site for my g-g-g-grandmother, Philipena Bleystein Teutsch, who was the mother in the Teutsch family that came to Germantown in Webster Parish in about 1835. I have never known where she is buried, so I was surprised to see that she is supposedly buried in the Phillips-Wallace Cemetery near Leton. Did you post this information, and if so, how do you know that is where she is buried? I would really like to know the source of your information. Thanks so much. I realize that the graves aren't marked, but I still plan to drive down there (from Magnolia) soon to visit the cemetery. Do you know who owns the land where it is located?
Mike Epley email@example.com
|John Paul Baremore||Thank You!|
Thank you for taking the time to report the problem with my request for a photograph of the Ellington gravestone out at Gardens of Memory. Much appreciated - JP
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