|Byrdman of Big Cove (#47926766)|
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I am a proud native son of the Big Cove Community in Madison County, Alabama. All branches of my family had settled there by the early 1900's – some much earlier than that. In fact, my great-great-great-great-great-grandfather, John Clan Grayson, was the original settler of Big Cove.|
I have researched and studied genealogy since I was about fifteen years old; and I have found it to be a very gratifying pastime. I have extensively researched the Bird, Hunter, Adams, Brumbalow, Stapler, Vann, Hinshaw, Jacks, McKenzie, Guffey, Morgan, Brown, Godwin, and Smith Families, as well as other allied surnames and families of friends within the Big Cove Community.
I have a very large collection of old family photos, which have made their way around the internet after having posted them on Ancestry.com. I have mixed feelings about this. I do not mind sharing these priceless photographs; but I do wish people would ask before claiming them for their own and reposting. But oh well – history is meant to be shared.
I am happy to help anyone researching families in the Big Cove Community or other families with which I have a connection.
Also note, several of my entries reference a few books that I have written. Copies of these books are in Huntsville, Scottsboro, and Grant public libraries.
Consider the tone of your bio. Why sound hateful and selfish? If a family member requests a memorial and you only maintain the grave as a number, why not just transfer so that the family member can make a nice memorial for their loved one. Please do not let your ego get in the way of what is important - perserving the memory of loved ones for future generations. Lets try to help each other do that.
That being said, THANK YOU so much to everyone who has been willing to complete a transfer for me! You are the best!
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|Dianne C. Carman||Richard Larry Gray|
The lady that fulfilled my photo request added a note with the photo that states Richard is not buried in Bryant at Carns but is actually buried at Bryant Free Holiness Church in Bryant, Alabama. If you would like to correct this, just click the "edit" on the burial, then just enter the correct cemetery name to change the cemetery.
|Ann Kennedy Patton||Alfred Boone|
Thanks for bio. Do you think Catherine is also buried at Sailers? I think there are some unmarked graves. Will go back by there and see if there is one beside him.
|Rebecca Buskirk||Floyd Marshall Byrd|
Do you have any information to share about this gentleman? I am looking for a gentleman by the same name who is my great grandfather who had lived and had family in Marked Tree. His father was John Byrd. I am not sure if he was married to anyone else but at one time his wife was Mable Louise Christopher. I frankly don't have any other information.
|Cardinals Fan||RE: Gutherie|
Wow! Great find. I am now searching to see how she may fit to my Guthrie and McLain family. I see their origins are around Marshall and Etowah counties of Alabama, which is where most of my Guthrie's were from. I'll see what I can come up with.
Thanks for pointing her grave out.
|Susan Hill||Sidney U. Byrom|
Hello Byrdman of Big Cove......
I just claimed a photo request of yours for the above.
If you will, note that Maple Hill Cemetery is the "private cemetery" located in the middle of the City owned Maple Hill Cemetery. It is confusing I know, but when I search the data base and a request is not there.....I can always count on the person being buried in the private section of Maple Hill.
Hope to have your request filled today.
|Donnie Holderfield||Bates transfer|
Your so welcome
That was fast!!
Added by DJD on Dec 14, 2013 11:38 AM
|Wesley Wilson||RE: Thanks!|
You're welcome! Looking forward to researching my ancestors.
|Sidney Allen||Ancestry & FindAGrave|
Here's a good article on the Ancestry purchase of FindAGrave;
If you look at the Ancestry list of genealogy sites they now control
you'll notice that they handle different sites differently. I suspect that FindAGrave will probably be kept free and separate although the look of it may be modified a bit; sure hope so, anyway.
You are very welcome.
Added by Carla on Oct 04, 2013 5:21 PM
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