|Sonya DeVane (#48021725)|
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|Nelda ||Marshall Goodgame|
Is there a way to send my email address to the family that gave information and the upkeep of my grandfathers gravesite.
We have been searching for him to no avail.
Added by Nelda on Dec 11, 2014 10:16 AM
|catherine norris||Mary E. Kelly Cromartie|
I am looking for the tombstone of a grandmother, Mary E. Kelly Cromartie, b. 1811, d. 1833. She is the first wife of George Cromartie, 1804-1892. (George's mother was Elizabeth DeVane.) Find-a-Grave says she is buried on JM Guyton's farm south of Elizabethtown, NC. Do you have any info on this as far as cemeteries or family bibles?
Catherine Cromartie Norris
|Cheralynn Brundidge Tell||Addie Williams|
Thank you so much Sonya for posting a picture of my great-grandmother's grave. I really appreciate it, it is very hard to find information about African-Americans in Alabama in the early 20th century thanks again.
|Lisa Sanders||Thank you|
Thanks for adding my family records from Fadette church.
Hello Sonya my name is Tim I was writing to correct some information on Robert Bean, "my father" he is the first son of Maurine and John Lee Bean Ludie Mae and A.C. are his aunt and uncle A.C. being his father's brother. .. Thank you so much for adding my father hopefully this info can get updated
|Linda Davis||RE: Maiden Names|
I didn't want to come across as a "know-it-all" but thought you want to know. I put a few flowers on some of your memorials and love the poem you used on the memorials. Did you write? Can I use it too?
You have a Blessed Resurrection Day too!
|Jennifer Fisher-White||Zachary London Stone # 105839839|
Thank you Sonya for going to look. Zachary was my daughters classmate. I know he and his mother are buried by a pond from what the cemetery told me when I sent an email. I am trying to help my daughter with this as best as a mom can. Thank you so much for taking the time to look.
|Nancy H||7 photo requests fulfilled|
Thank you SO much, Sonya, for taking the time to take and upload the photos of the Martin family for me. I really appreciate it!
Added by Nancy H on Nov 11, 2013 4:10 PM
|Janice Stewart Rush||RE: Billie Jean Stewart|
I had to tell you that my sister Billie Jean Stewart buried at Vaughanville Cemetery near Geneva, Alabama, actually did audition for the 1957 movie "A Pal Named Joey" or "Pal Joey." I do not know what part she auditioned for since I was only 5 years old, but it starred Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth, and Kim Novak and was extremely popular, earning 4 Academy Award nominations and 2 Golden Globe nominations. Although she did not get the part, I think she was truly a classic beauty of her time. Someone just told me a couple of weeks ago that I should add this info to her memorial. Thank you again for your very nice compliment on her photo.
|Rod Lacey||Seaborn Barton #77736792|
Thank you for the photos!!
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