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Bette Ward (#46888934)
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Bio Photo 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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Richard Sheely
RE: james burkett
It was my pleasure. I work full time as the Senior Ranger at a State Park, I manage a small Cattle operation, I am working on two books simultaneously, am involved in many civic and faternal organizations and doing volunteer work in many areas. Find a Grave is possibly my most rewarding volunteer activity because I get to help and interact with those who this activity touch 0n a personal level. I am so glad that I could help with your connection to your immediate family through my submission. Your friend, I hope, Richard
Added by Richard Sheely on May 20, 2017 6:55 PM
Richard Sheely
RE: james burkett
It was my pleasure. I work full time as the Senior Ranger at a State Park, I manage a small Cattle operation, I am working on two books simultaneously, am involved in many civic and faternal organizations and doing volunteer work in many areas. Find a Grave is possibly my most rewarding volunteer activity because I get to help and interact with those who this activity touch 0n a personal level. I am so glad that I could help with your connection to your immediate family through my submission. Your friend, I hope, Richard
Added by Richard Sheely on May 20, 2017 6:54 PM
BKR
RE: Bruce Justice 1938-
I'm sorry to say that I did not know him.
Added by BKR on May 01, 2017 11:01 AM
Ron Miller
RE: james kenneth perkins
You are very welcome, Ms Bette.....It was my pleasure.
Added by Ron Miller on Apr 12, 2017 2:03 PM
RR
RE: ray franklin branham
You're very welcome!
Added by RR on Mar 27, 2017 10:48 AM
Angie Hertzberg Martin
RE: nancy rebecca tynes
You're very welcome!
Added by Angie Hertzberg Martin on Mar 11, 2017 5:06 PM
Homesick4la
Dorcas Malinda Penny Campbell
Sorry I meant to include Memorial# 129983402
Added by Homesick4la on Feb 22, 2017 6:12 PM
Homesick4la
Dorcas Malinda Penny Campbell
Hi,

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.
Added by Homesick4la on Feb 22, 2017 6:09 PM
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 (conraw@accessatc.net)

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.
Added by Tim Warnock on Feb 16, 2017 2:42 PM
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