|Bette Ward (#46888934)|
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These are some of the surnames that I research: (1) Ainsworth (2) Stinson (3) Harrison (4) Hammonds (5) Gardner (6) Braden (7)Compton (8) Smith (9)Doran (10)Scott (11)Burkett (12)Black (13)Compton (14)Covington|
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|Homesick4la||Dorcas Malinda Penny Campbell|
Sorry I meant to include Memorial# 129983402
|Homesick4la||Dorcas Malinda Penny Campbell|
I noticed you requested a picture of the headstone for Dorcas, Dorcas does not have a marked/visible headstone, there is a blank concrete stone close to Eloi, her husband however to my knowledge there is not a record of whom is buried there. My family is buried in the Campbell cemetery, my father, grandmother and so on. May I ask your connection? I hope this finds you well. Your last name caught my attention, Ward, I have many old photos of Wards passed down to me from my grandmother.
|TiffanyH||RE: Billy Dean Myers|
Your welcome ! If I can ever help let me know!
Added by TiffanyH on Feb 22, 2017 5:09 PM
|Tim Warnock||RE: Smith, Elizabeth Lawton (Sidney) 1|
This is what I copied from the tombstone. I am afraid your Sidney A. Smith was not the Dr. Sidney Smith the father of these children. He is buried at City Cemetery in Marietta, GA with his second wife, Mariah King. You can view that information with Find A Grave. If there is any way I can help you let me know. Tim Warnock (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To Eliza Smith Daughter of William & Catherine Lawton Ob. 9 March 1845 AE 37 years 3 mo. She is where the ransomed are. (Sidney Smith’s first wife)
Other side of this stone: At the foot of this grave lie beloved
CATHERINE who died 1830 AE 8 mos.
SIDNEY who died 1836 AE 4 yrs 6 1/2 mos.
SARAH E. who died 1836 AE 1 yr. 6 mos.
INFANT who died 1838 AE 1 mo.
STANHOPE who died 1843 AE 1 yr. 7 mos.
SARAH M. who died 1845 AE 7 mos.
Children of Sidney & Eliza Smith They are not lost The buds that seemed to die Are but transplanted to a world on high.
|Johnita Burrow Lawson||RE: louisa jane allison franklin|
You are so welcome! I always enjoy it when a pic request is filled for me :)
|Denise Johnson||Moore and Faile, Youngblood Cemetery|
Hi Betty, I hope the pictures are satisfactory for you. This cemetery was hard to find but so worth it! It is a beautiful little country cemetery. Very well maintained. If I can be of further help please let me know. I live in Etowah County Alabama but enjoy going to other areas if not to distant.
I see you have requested a photo of the headstone. There is one on the rootsweb Fayette County, AL page here http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~alfayett/Bethabara_Cem.html
|Mildred Stinson Koehler||RE: Charlie Watson Stinson|
Charlie Watson Stinson 1923-2015 was my dad, brother to William Forrest Stinson (1921-1979). They were the sons of John Jason Stinson and Lunie Lee Esther Black.
John Jason was the son of George Leander Stinson and Tex Anna(Texanna)Smith. Have found records that her name was divided into two words although most people show a single word.
George Leander was the son of John Andrew Cooper Stinson and Annie Elizabeth Smith. His sister Polly named William Walter Ainsworth. Annie Elizabeth was the daughter of George Washington Smith (Barbour County) and Sarah Jane Mann (buried at Providence).
John A. Cooper, known as Cooper, was the son of Leander Stinson (buried at Elmira, NY) and Nancy Burkett (buried at Providence). For years I believed that Leander's full name was George Leander because of a son and grandson by that name. Now I believe it to be James Leander but still have not proof either way. He and his brother Reuben (known as Rooster) had a disagreement and both left home early. Both settled in the Butler/Monroe County area. I have not been able to confirm Leander prior to 1850.
Leander was the son of Andrew Stinson and Elizabeth Mayne Stringfellow.
My parents moved from Georgiana in April 1950 and settled in Odessa, TX where I grew up moving from oilfield to oilfield. The only family I knew were my grandmother and uncle Forrest. The rest I have learned through research.
You can contact me at email@example.com if I can help you with more information.
|Miranda Smith||RE: aaron horace myrick|
You're very welcome! I'm just getting started with family history myself, so I'm still figuring things out. I'd be happy to provide more photos for you if you have other relatives in my area.
|Bennie Gross||Billie & Mamie Myers|
Hi Betty, I see that you have requested that a picture be taken of the name person's head stone. Do you know my chance where they may be buried in Langdale Cemetery? I will be more than glad to take the pictures for you, but I need to know what part of the Cemetery they may be buried in.
Thank you for your help
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