|Ron Johnson (#48035319)|
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I'm back. Someone kept deleting the names with no death date. Several were definately dead and I did not know the death date. Now they are gone and I cannot replace them - they are now lost forever. Including all the information I got from several sources.|
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|John Paul Baremore||Thank You!|
Thank you so kindly for posting the images of Eggleston Cemetery and the gravestone of Elias Powell. Your hard work is much appreciated! - JP
|David Allen||Photo added!|
Ron: Thanks for the new photo on my ancestorís memorial, James Allen #16526584. Itís much more readable and is greatly appreciated!
|Sandi Craighead||RE: Annie Louise Booker #135311005|
Ron: thanks for making the changes. No need to transfer. I appreciate your willingness to do this work, it is such a great help to many researchers. Sandi
|Sandi Craighead||Annie Louise Booker #135311005|
Ron: Thank you for the memorial. I am a cousin to Annie Louise and want to make you aware that the first two paragraphs you have under her name and birth and death info do not pertain to my Annie Louise Booker who is the person correctly named in the third paragraph. Annie was the youngest child of Henry J. Ewing and his wife Annie Puryear. They were enumerated in 1930 in Williamson County with their kids, Annie Louise the youngest at age 8. She married twice: to William Prince, Jr. in 1938 and to William Booker in 1950. Thus, the Henry Booker family you have in the first two paragraphs are of no connection whatsoever to Annie L. Ewing Booker whose headstone you have in the photograph. I hope you will please make edits to Annie's information. Many thanks. Cousin Sandi Craighead
|MV Poarch||Memorial # 128352708 Calvin Poarch|
Thank you for posting the picture of the ship. Calvin was very proud of his service. A large color copy of the ship hung in his dining room.
|Kim Boshers||Scott Memorials|
Thank you for the pictures of Leon and Pearl Turnbo Scott at Ebeneezer Cemetery. Your time is very much appreciated.
There is a problem with the info you sent to me. You say she died 30 October 1930 and was buried 15 Oct 1930. Please give me correct dates and please tell me who Bose Bugg is and where he found the dates & info.
Added by Libby on Aug 23, 2016 9:52 AM
|Dorsey Horne||Lenord Merlin Reddick|
Where did you acquire the image/picture of
Lenord Merlin Reddick?
|Estelle Ashton||Elizabeth O Ashton|
Ron, Thanks for the wonderful documentation but I would like to add something to the comment on Lowry Orr. His first wife was Grace Renfro. They married in 1881. She died in 1909. They had one daughter, Willie Grace Orr. She was born in 1906 and died in 2002.
Thanks so much. Elizabeth was my mother and Lowry Orr my grandfather. The comments are on the bio for Elizabeth O Ashton.
|Lynn Hotchkiss||RE: R W McRory|
Ok, Ron. I think I will do another request and add the note. Thanks.
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