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marie (#47004935)
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Bio Photo My mother and I have been researching our family for over 35+ years. Our family surnames are: Oswalt, Driver, Anderson, Cain, Bole, Pickens, Michie, Conger, Lammey, McAlister, Rayburn, Keown, Durley, Scarbrough, Ulmer, Blue. All of my great grandparents were born in Mississippi between 1858 and 1884.

Permission to use any of my photos of family or tombstones is granted to anyone desiring to use them. I would appreciate your referencing your source if posted on another website. Thanks.
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RE: Lola Tiner
Good solution :)

Added by Tangent on Jun 25, 2017 8:42 AM
RE: Lola Tiner
I do not remember any mention of Tiner children at church services/activities or at either spouse's funeral.

Given that Bro. Hugh Timer was the second president of Pepperdine University, there's a decent amount of information about him on the Internet. I never noticed any mention of children there either.

It's really sweet of you to want to give the photos to someone more closely related.
Added by Tangent on Jun 22, 2017 10:43 PM
RE: Lola Tiner
No, we weren't related. Her husband was the minister of the church I attended from age 4 to 14. I have a lot of happy memories of this lady.
Added by Tangent on Jun 21, 2017 1:59 PM
Lola Tiner
Thank you for the childhood pictures you"ve added to her memorial.
Added by Tangent on May 16, 2017 7:29 AM
Andrea Lammey
Hunter Lammey
Hi, Hunter Lammey was my grandfather. He passed away when I was just a year old. My dad Ludie Lammey passed away in 2012. I wish he could have seen this pic of his dad at such a young age! We only have a few pics of him, as most were destroyed. Thank you, Marie for posting that pic of him!
Added by Andrea Lammey on Mar 11, 2017 7:20 AM
Beth Austin
RE: Mary Diggs
Thank you so much!
Added by Beth Austin on Oct 08, 2016 6:20 PM
Nancy Martin Gilbert
Parents of R.L. and Mary Love According to her headstone.

She is buried in the Oddfellow Cemetery.

She was born: Sept. 20, 1880
and passed away: May 19, 1910

That's about all the info I have. She had been living
with her brother in Charleston, MS at the time of her
death I believe. Don't know if a flu was going around
or not. She was only 29 years old.

She and her parents were born in AL.

Thanks for you help,
Nancy Martin London Gilbert
Added by Nancy Martin Gilbert on Jul 02, 2016 2:27 PM
Nancy Martin Gilbert
Finding a grave in the Cemetery ?
I have been looking for my great grandmother's grave
for years. Hundreds of hours on searching. Thanks to YOU,
I have found her at Oddfellows there in Greenwood, MS

I want to make a trip there.....but I know it's a HUGE cemetery. Who can help me find HER GRAVE in the cemetery ?
Thanks so much. Big Day - Big Day ! WOW - waited so long.

Nancy Martin London Gilbert
Added by Nancy Martin Gilbert on Jul 02, 2016 12:55 PM
Ellis Williams
Please move your photo to the oldest memorial for this Vet and then delete the photo on the duplicate.
Move from this memorial, then delete photo:
Move to this memorial:
Thanks, Ralph
Added by Ralph on May 14, 2016 5:57 AM
Boatwright Cemetery
There was about five or more graves that were outlined in brick or stone but did not have a name. I took pictures of all of them but have no idea to whom they belong. A lot of them had flowers that were coming up, so someone took time to plant them. Shame I couldn't put a name to the graves.
Added by Red on Mar 28, 2016 2:59 PM
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