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|Bennie White (#47133544)|
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Graduated from Quitman High School in 1959 and worked for the Federal government (civil service) for 35 years before retiring in 1996.|
Have been an avid genealogist since 1976. Through the generosity of numerous relatives and friends and a lot of my own research over the years, I have amassed a fairly large database of family connections. Have compiled inscriptions from over 50 cemeteries in Clarke Co., MS. Have published several books. I enjoy my own research and helping others. Anything I post to Find-A-Grave is a result of my OWN research and trip to the cemetery, unlike some other posters who seem to use the work of others without giving credit to the one who did the legwork!
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|Mo and Dave Gates||RE: Martha Ann WALKER MITCHAM|
Hi Bennie, So very glad to hear from you... I put what I have on he memorial today... take care, Mona
|Ginger Hale||RE: Relation?|
Thanks for answering. I do remember the Morris part as that is what we always called him- "Bennie Morris." His mother was named Mamie Martin White, and she was a sister to my grandfather Walton Thomas Martin (my mother's father). I have some papers here from my first cousin Patsy Riley, dating back to 2001 from Bennie White (netpathway address), probably you. I really don't know how to read these genealogy charts. I also have a lot of handwritten notes but don't know from whom. Patsy is now suffering from Alzheimer's so I don't bother her. Here is a written note..."Daniel and Martha Martin are buried by Elisha in Stonewall." I saw their graves at the cemetery years ago. Don't know who this Elisha is. I have more information on my grandma's side (Fleming) that someone organized better. This is all interesting to me, but I just don't know how to go about making any sense out of it. If you still have that netpathway address, I will try to contact you there.
Are you my cousin from Quitman, MS, son of my Aunt Mamie? I'm Johnny's and Trucy's daughter, Ginger. Wonder how your history of the Fleming/Martin clan turned out?
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Tombstone photo, Memorial# 129024610|
You are welcome. It was a pleasure to get them for you.
|SeminoleFan||Albert Julian Bonner|
Hi. I forgot to ask you to also consider adding 70954659 (Martha R Bonner) as Albert's mother. Thanks much... JM
|SeminoleFan||Albert Julian Bonner|
Hi. Would you consider adding 70950029 (Dillard Franklin Bonner) as Albert's father on your memorial page. Thanks
|Briana||Jessie Laura Flowers Smith|
Thank you for the corrections to Jessie's memorial #134870473. I have made the requested changes.
Added by Briana on Jan 15, 2017 9:16 AM
|Joanie||Evie Taylor Lucas|
I have been trying for many years to locate my aunt, Evie Taylor, born 1899 in Covington County, Alabama. This seems to be close to who I am looking for. Her mother was Lucy Margaret Worley, daughter of Grey and Nancy Worley.
I am hoping you may have some information on this particular Evie (C, in 1910 census) Taylor.
Joanna Taylor Brown
My email is email@example.com.
Added by Joanie on Dec 19, 2016 7:24 AM
|Johnny||RE: Henry Nathan Pearson, Jr., #108282683|
You are very welcome. I am glad I was able to help.
Added by Johnny on Sep 23, 2016 8:48 AM
|Terry Rasberry||infant Death Certificate|
I have found a death certificate for a Merlin Earl Rasberry. The parents were listed as William Rasberry and Lola Hudson of MS.
I am wondering if this could be William Edward Rasberry.
If you have not seen it, give me your email address and I will sent it to you. firstname.lastname@example.org
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