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|Paul Armstrong (#46823958)|
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Researching Armstrong, Stewart, Tate, Griffin, Shumpert, Hardwick, Green, Arnold, Honea, & Eaton families.|
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|Jim Rader||Glenda Melbadene Richards Sims' 1st marriage|
Melbadene Richards married Maxwell B Wilson 24 Jun 1952 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. They had two sons Ricky Duane Wilson (1953-2006) and Bruce Alan Wilson. She the married Richard Sims in 1960.
Thank you for the headstone photo, very much appreciated!
- Brianna Butler
|Susan Kupera Mayben||RE: New Chapel Cemetery/Itawamba Co MS|
Thanks so much for your quick response. I appreciate being able to mull these things over with someone!! I'm happy to have found you. Let me know if you need something "out west"!! Susan
|Susan Kupera Mayben||New Chapel Cemetery/Itawamba Co MS|
Your work on the Riley graves at New Chapel have helped my family research more than I can tell you. Moses Riley (b.1808) evidently had a brother, John b. 1807...[Moses is the grandfather of Geo. Lafayette Riley who made it to Texas and started our branch!!] Anyhow, New Chapel was donated land by a "John Riley" and I'm trying to figure out which John Riley. Your notes say that John Riley, father of John Thomas Riley (b. 1856) is buried in Itawamba County (married to Elizabeth Williams) - I can't find them! I wanted to double check family info to help me go backward into South Carolina as well as find out who the donor of New Chapel land might have been. Can you help any?? 9/1/2017
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|Ken Briggs||RE: Sugar Mayfield|
I will accept the transfer. I have been researching the Mayfield line for over 25 years now.
|Shirlene Williams Kirchain||Armstrong|
Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave Paul. I also am an Armstrong and proud of it.
Shirlene Williams Kirchain
|Pam Mauldin||wrong information|
This memorial says this man served in Co E 26 MS Inf, i looked up his service record, need for proof for United Daughters of the Confederacy, and the John T Young in that unit died in 1863 of disease. Please take this off as this man died in 1903
|Gail Fisher Walker||Thank you for your Contributions|
Mr Armstrong, thank you again for your Contributions; in this case Lucien B Moore # 122015997, Sarah F Millwater Manning # 113080939, and Pvt Lafayette Haughton # 115380907. Happy New Year!
|Leeann||thank you for your suggestion.|
This has been added to Craig Barksdale.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=119825995
BARKSDALE - In Jackson, Miss., January 2, 1880, at 9:15 o'clock a.m., CRAIG, infant son of Mary C. and Harris Barksdale. Aged five months, twenty-six days and two hours.
"And they brought unto him also infants, that he would touch them, but when his disciples saw it they rebuked them. But Jesus called them unto him, and said 'Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for such is the kingdom of God.'" - St. Luke, xvi ix 15.16.
The Weekly Clarion, Jackson, MS, January 14, 1880, Page 3.
Added by Leeann on Dec 22, 2016 8:23 PM
|Marilyn Smith||RE: Thomas White|
Thanks for the wonderful service you are doing for those who are resting the coming day.
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