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Foster married a Douglas in Yell County, Arkansas.
Waldrop married a Brooks in Manchester, Coffee County Tennessee.
Diana: 💗 Thanks to Diana for the sponsor of Jazlyn Lee Ferguson
Thanks to Edda 💖 for the sponsor of My Dad Bobby memorial
Yell County Cemeteries
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|Ken McCoy||Christina Guffey Douglas|
Are you close to the Casa cemetery ? I am looking for Christina's brother Joshua Guffey who may be buried there and may or may not have a head stone .
On the siblings you listed we have found that George Guffey died abt 1884 as his widowed wife remarried 18 Feb 1885 also in Casa . George should be buried in that area . Also Mary Jane Guffey (Hopkins)died in 1913 instead of 1920 . I did not want to edit someone else's info ( I don't know if I even could )
Thank You for your contributions - Ken
|Carolyn Streich||Hattie Mills|
I am very interested in the Hattie Mills as listed in the Petillo Hill Cemetery. I have a Hattie that was married to Claborn Mills in my family that I have been unable to locate a grave for. Our Hattie was born 1866 and died after early 1940. She was living in Pulaski Co., AR at that time.
If this is not our Hattie, I would be interested in the one you enumerated as our Mills family is scattered throughout Arkansas. I checked for the George Gooch family, but was unable to find them.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Carolyn Weise Streich
|debbie hendrix||RE: Williamson County|
My grandfather was a minister and am sure he was the one who married them
Here is his FAB https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=DAVI&GSfn=F&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=45&GScntry=4&GSsr=321&GRid=46527133&
thank you for the inquiry!
|kay||RE: Andrew McCullough|
saw where you said you have picture of andrew mccullough---would love to see this my email is email@example.com my grandmother was myrtle mccullough campbell am very interested. thank you
Added by kay on Feb 17, 2017 6:04 PM
|Mary Wells Webb||John Lewis Memorial # 41662591|
John Lewis was married to my great-grandmother, Lydia Holt Lewis. I have a letter from his grand daughter stating that he is buried in Shepherd Cemetery, Yell Co, Arkansas. When you made this memorial page did you find his actual grave?
I'm putting in a request for a picture of the headstone but just wanted to check with you to see if you have more information.
Thanks for your volunteer work.
|Sharon Minnick||RE: Ringer Cemetery|
Thank you! I will complete a bio for Alfred and see if can get someone to take a photo of his headstone, as I live in California. Sharon
|Thaatgurl||RE: Norman Cemetery|
Thank you for the lead. Its a bad photo.
|Jerry W. Ferguson||RE: Andrew McCullough|
The grave marker is in three pieces but when placed together it is for Nancy w/o Andrew. Sorry about the confusion. I never located Andrew anywhere.
|Thaatgurl||The Normans, Yell County|
Thank you for visiting the Old Norman Cemetary and posting information. I'm recently finding out about my grandpa's father and his family. The farthest back I've found so far led me to this cemetary. You posted that Kindred's stone was broken but the d.date matches Hiram Kidred Norman who was born around 1825-26. Kindred was Janetta's husband. They married in July 1845 in Hardeman County, Tennessee, and moved to Yell County, Arkansas in the fall of 1850. Mary Ellen was their daughter, one of their 10 children. Thanks again ☺
|Kim Wood Parmer Pilgrim Isley||Mary Elizabeth Woodson Bowen|
Thank you so very much for the transfer. You did an awesome job with the memorial. Also, I want to thank you for the service you provide to us. You make it possible for us to connect our families. Many blessings to you.
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