|paul & teresa (martin) goodwin (#47918497)|
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Working to complete cemeteries in our area including photos as well. We feel everyone in the cemeteries deserve to be honored. Finished recording and photographing the follow; Garden City Cemetery, Bethlehem East Cemetery, Hanceville, Mt. Grove Congregational Cemetery, Hanceville, Union Hill at Moody Town, Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Hanceville all in Cullman County, Alabama & Mulberry Church Cemetery, Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery and Mount Zion Nazarene Church Cemetery in Blount County, Alabama. Hopewell Cemetery, Hanceville, Cullman County, Alabama is now completed with the help of several volunteers. It is missing 200 out of 4,000 pictures. I'll work on it as I can.|
If anyone has a cemetery in Cullman County near us that they want recorded, let us know.
If we have a memorial that you wish to manage just ask and we'll transfer it to you if it is not one of our relatives. All of our photos are free for the taking just enjoy them.
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Paul & Teresa …I’m so sorry, do to unforeseen circumstances I’ve fallen behind in my correspondences, way behind!! But I want to thank you so much for going ahead and taking the photo of my Moody’s in Union Hill Cemetery at Moody Town for me I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it…Sharon
Thank you very much for this transfer. I know it does not qualify "under the rules" but this one was important to me.
Added by Ellece on Jul 24, 2014 6:11 PM
|Robin Knowles Miner||Eunice James|
Believe it or not, I MADE AN ERROR. Please forgive my carelessness. I have requested that she be unlinked from Issac Huie James (1889 - 1968) and Elizabeth Jane Nelson James (1895 - 1975
This is Eunice M.PENDER James.
She married Robert E. L. James - grave unknown
Her parents are below. Would you kindly link this CORRECT request?
Pender, Green Ceburn 125450911
Pender, Francis Martz 125450910
Here is her death registration,which is proof of what I have requested:
Name: Eunice M. James
Event Date: 04 Nov 1970
Event Place: Hanceville, Cullman, Alabama
Age (Original): 56y
Birth Year (Estimated): 1914
Spouse's Name: Robert E. L. James
Father's Name: C. G. Pender
Mother's Name: Francis Martz
Burial Place: Cullman Co., Alabama
Burial Date: 07 Nov 1970 GS Film number: 2033362 , Reference ID: 27182
"Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JNZT-N9B : accessed 19 Jul 2014), Eunice M. James, 04 Nov 1970; citing reference 27182, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 2033362.
Again, I apologize for my hasty error. I will double check next time, but we are only human.
Thanks for all you do.
Thanks so very much for transferring this memorial to me...
Added by rhm on Jul 01, 2014 6:50 PM
|Debbie Z*~||RE: Waldrop transferrred|
Thank you! I was born in Cullman and have lots of relatives there. I might ask again.
Please delete your memorial #97175783 as mine is the oldest (Policy of Find-A-Grave.
Thank you in advance.
|Janet||RE: Bass Family|
Thanks for the updates. I have hundreds of Bass and Goodwin family members from the Carolinas going into Alabama and some went on to Texas, etc.
My Personal Ancestral File can make me a list of all my Goodwin family members (4 pages) and/or all my Bass family members if you are interested.
I can email the lists to you like.
Added by Janet on Jun 12, 2014 4:21 PM
|Robin Knowles Miner||RE: Penders at Hopewell|
Thank you so much, and please, don't rush, I have been searching for a few years for this family and can wait for any help. Have a nice vacation.
|Robin Knowles Miner||Penders at Hopewell|
Thank you so much for the photos you posted of the Pender graves. I have been working on my sweet son in law's family tree and Henry Pender and Sarah S. Pender are his Great Great grandparents. Wish there had been a grave for Henry - if you get back, can you see if there is a rock or other marker near Sarah's that might indicate that he was also buried there? Many thanks again for your kindness.
|Gloria Tune||RE: Tune Family of Bass Cemetery|
Thanks! I'll go through my records and see what looks like a possible family connection, although that is what I'm currently in the process of doing....trying to place the early Tune families in Alabama with their ancestors. Almost all the early Tune families that I've traced so far have been related to those I mentioned in the Northern Neck of Virginia. My line left Richmond County for Halifax & I've been trying to find some of those, thinking the nearby southern states were a possibility, but those folks were rather mobile with their horses & wagons in those days.
I'll let you know if I run across anything.
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