|Stephen McBride (#47950990)|
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|Memory Keeper||Pilgrim Rest|
Thanks so much for the memorial photos of the Moore family buried in this cemetery.
|Jane locke||RE: Grave of Hinchie Warren|
Thank you so much. I'll will be back in touch in the fall.
|Jane locke||Grave of Hinchie Warren|
Mr. McBride, I'm so happy to see the grave marker for Hinchie Warren. Hinche Warren was married to my husband's grandmother. I noted that your photo was posted in 2012. The marker appears to be in good condition. Your information says that there is no access road, but that the cemetery was possibility located on Warren land. I feel that Nancy Warren was probably buried in this cemetery also. Perhaps one of the unmarked grave was hers. Would there be any way to locate this cemetery. Thank you so much for your help.
With reference to William A. Elmore 1849-1906, I beg to differ with you and ask, do have a family tree for him or are you going on the information of cemetery information. If you did have a family tree you would see that my information comes from Ancestry information and he does have a title of SIR. Also he name is William Augustus "Bill" Elmore Sr. Just because a grave marker has William A. Elmore does not mean it cannot be changed to the correct name so that other family members can locate his gravesite and marker.
|Alan Dietsch||RE: Mary Ester Smith|
First - thanks for all your work.
I'm new to find a grave - sort of lost in the communication system.
I don't know who her parents were. I have a lot of information on Charlie Henry Smiths extended family. I got the "Hood" from her son Joe Wesley Smith's obituary.
I have no problem with removing the "Hood" from her page.
This is Joes obituary:
The Macon Beacon, Noxubee County, Mississippi
Thursday October 13, 1988
Thursday Services for Joe W Smith
Funeral services for Joe W Smith were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, October 6, 1988 from Cockrell Funeral Home with the Rev Ron Mensinger officiating. Burial followed in Mashuiaville Cemetery.
Mr Smith died suddenly Tuesday, October 4, 1988 of an apparent heart attack at his home near Mashualaville. He was 71.
Born in Noxubee County on April 10, 1917, he was the son of the late Charley Henry and Mary Ester Hood Smith. He was a United States Army veteran of Word War II, serving in the South Pacific. Following his stint in the military, he returned to his native Noxubee County and entered the mercantile business. He was best known throughout the county for his "rolling store" and was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Brooksville.
Survivors include one sister, Mrs Mildred S Bethany, Louisville; one brother, John Alton Smith of Pascagoula; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Pall bearers were Lamar White, Jin Richards, Billy Bethany, Clyde Permenter, Oscar Lindley, and Jewel Brumfield.
______________ Once again - your work is awesome and appreciated.
|Cindy D.||New Hope Cemetery|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my requests for the Robertson Family memorials. I appreciate your effort & the photos are exactly what I was hoping for.
Added by Cindy D. on Jun 04, 2016 9:35 AM
|Memory Keeper||Alfred A. Jones|
Thank you so much for the photo of Mr. Jones in Pilgrim Rest at Sapps AL.
Thank you so much for photographing George and Isabelle Leavell's headstone!
Added by Tiffany on Apr 27, 2016 7:46 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Sommerville Sites|
Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the above sites. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing their gravesite. Richard
|Susan Ayers||RE: Wilson Family Cemetery|
Thanks. I know exactly where you're talking about. I should be able to find it. Thanks again.
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