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Victoria Chandler (#47838581)
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I am interested in the family history of the Stamps and Goss families that lived in the Daisy, Atoka, Stringtown areas in the late 1800's and early 1900's. W.H. Goss, or Preacher Goss was a Baptist minister in Daisy and preached to the Choctaw Indians in their native tongue. The Goss School was donated and built by him. If you have any information about
these hardworking moutain folk please let me know. Thank you. Victoria Stamps Chandler
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Barbara Farmer
Duplicate Memorial
Hello, Just noticed while doing some research that this Memorial, "Martin Lee "Mart" Stamps" is a duplicate of one that has more information on it. If you like, you can ask Millebelle to delete hers or turn the Memorial over to you. Thank you. Have a Great Day!!
Added by Barbara Farmer on May 21, 2014 9:31 PM
Dianne Wood
Old Macedonia BC
The old Macedonia you put your reqest in is a black church and cemetery. I think they should be in Macedonia Baptist on Macedonia Church Road.
Added by Dianne Wood on Apr 03, 2013 9:34 PM
Becky Jamison
RE: John Vernon Wilkerson
Victoria, the FindaGrave memorial for John Vernon Wilkerson says the grave is at this plot: Block 12, Lot 4, Grave 2, Section F. We got the map of the cemetery from the cemetery office and when we went to that location, we found NO headstone or gravesite for John Wilkerson. The only graves in that section are infants. So I took a photo of that area to show you where he was possibly buried...but there's no marker or anything. I'll go to the cemetery office Monday and see if they have a different location for him than the one listed on his memorial here at Find A Grave. I'd hate to think such a hero spent time in Andersonville and now has an unmarked grave! I'll let you know what we find out.
Added by Becky Jamison on Jul 21, 2012 4:34 PM

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