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Lauren Holly (#47191395)
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Frances Jetter
RE: Ezekiel Gribble 144148986
Lauren, Betty Andrews has given you any thing I have she helped me with info.I have tried calling La Veta Cemetery several times no answer hoping to get a lot # at least. The pictures you posted were great of La Veta cemetery. I live in Georgia. If I get any new info. will let you know.
Frances Brown Jetter
Added by Frances Jetter on Aug 15, 2017 9:44 AM
Betty Andrews
RE: Ezekiel Gribble #144148986
On page 219, Ezekial Gribble passed at age 86. His body was laid to rest in LaVeta Cemetery. Page 243, A.Y. Gribble was laid to rest near the grave of his father Ezekial Gribble. "Ezekial" is the spelling used by Martha. I made pictures of A. Y. tombstone as well as Martha M. Vasquez and her husband's Hiram W. Vasquez. Wouldn't it be nice if family members had a marker placed for Ezekial?
Added by Betty Andrews on Aug 12, 2017 8:51 AM
Betty Andrews
RE: Ezekiel Gribble #144148986
Ezekiel Gribble was buried in LaVeta Cemetery, but does not have a tombstone. I found some family and his son (if I remember correctly). It's been over 20 years since I was there. I purchased a Book: "One Man's Family The Life of Hiram Vasquez 1843-1939", by Albright, while shopping in town there. The book tells he was buried there (If I remember correctly). Betty
Added by Betty Andrews on Aug 12, 2017 6:41 AM
Tracy Price
RE: Cotton Rawls
No, I am sorry. I am not related to Cotton Rawls. I was just able to add his memorial.
That is a beautiful photo you added. Would you like me to transfer his memorial to your care?
Added by Tracy Price on Jun 25, 2017 2:40 PM
Rebecca S
Senator Major William Smith

Hi Holly, William and Mourning Bearden Smith are my 5th Great Grandparents. William fought in the American Revolution and held the rank of a Major and Captain. In South Carolina he was a Judge a US Congressman and a US Senator. That is his real picture it's on Wiki and comes from his US Senator portrait that the Govt has online as well.

Born: 20 Sep 1751 Wrightstown, Bucks, PA, US
Died: 23 Jun 1827Glen Springs, Spartanburg, SC, USA

I'm not sure exactly what your referencing when you ask what I know about the drawing on his monument? There is writing on his grave and someone has kindly put the info on the memorial on Find a Grave. I have seen some reference that he may have also gone to AL for awhile, but he is buried in the Smith family cemetery in Spartanburg, SC.

Let me know if you need anything else.

Take Care,
Rebecca
Added by Rebecca S on Jun 23, 2017 4:58 AM
Linda Flowers
RE: Mary Ann Reddng Brinson
The name is Rofiler...Strange name.
Added by Linda Flowers on May 25, 2017 5:29 PM
Mary Jeanette Howle
George Washington Hall
Good morning, Lauren,
My great-grandfather was George Washington Hall (1841-1911). His mother was Rachel ? who later married John Holly. We have been searching for George's father for nearly 100 years and have been unable to find any information.

When I trace the hints for Rachel on Family Tree Maker I find John Thomas Holly and I'm not sure this John is the one that Rachel married although I suspect it is. They were both born in 1821 and his wife is listed as 'H.R. Holly.' We don't know Rachel's maiden name.

We know that George was born in Alabama and he and Rachel apparently soon moved to Wakulla County, FL, which is in the panhandle, close to Alabama.

When I look at the children listed for John and both his wives, I do not find a George.

Do you know anything about Rachel and/or George?

Many thanks,
M. J. Howle
Added by Mary Jeanette Howle on May 23, 2017 7:30 AM
Linda Flowers
RE: Mary Ann Reddng Brinson
She was married to James Sheppard Brinson. My 3rd Great Grandparents. I have just uploaded his obituary to my website at fl-genweb.org/mpc/marion

I didn't realize I had never made a page for him.

Linda
Added by Linda Flowers on May 20, 2017 2:07 PM
Vaughan Mavir
RE: Swallows Cemetery
Hi Lauren
Sorry for the delay I have been having some health issues Swallows Cemetery can be found by taking a Left turn off Highway 50 when travelling out of Pueblo towards Canon City, I don't know which way you will be approaching from but I am assuming it will be from Pueblo, Leave Pueblo and travel towards Canon City, after the turn off's to Pueblo West the road will drop slightly before beginning to rise again you will see a road to the left which will be marked Swallows Cemetery, then its a matter of following that road which appears to be going to the back and beyond and you will reach a sign stating you are entering Pueblo Parkland follow this road which appears to be going no where when you will see directly ahead of you the Cemetery and beyond that Pueblo Reservoir as you look at the cemetery the road you were travelling on turns sharp right and carries on to the rest of the parklands, the cemetery is somewhat isolated but very beautiful a very peaceful place. Hope this helps as a guess I would think it about 2-3 miles in from the main road
Added by Vaughan Mavir on May 09, 2017 5:02 PM
No Guts, No Glory
henry rawls
daughter added...
happy taphophiling
dave
Added by No Guts, No Glory on Apr 20, 2017 2:22 PM
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