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|Tami||Pearson family in Edmonds Memorial Cem|
I added an old picture I found of Doris to the memorial for Doris June Pearson, burial in Edmonds Memorial Cem - # 54163967.
This picture I took in 2011 is much better than the other but there was no more room to add pics without sponsorship and I didnt want to rob you of that :)
Let me know if there are pictures I can send via email of the larger files. I may have done that back in 2012, but just cleaning things up on my computer!
Happy 2017 to you and your family-
Added by Tami on Jan 16, 2017 9:22 PM
|Amy||Nancy Elizabeth Caldwell Brunt|
Howdy. On her page, it reads that her parents were William and Frances Caldwell . . . do we have any documentation on that? I haven't been able to find any information about them.
Added by Amy on Dec 09, 2016 1:08 PM
|K&V Grammer||Jim Fullilove|
Sorry to see on Find A Grave that Jim had passed away. I am a member of the Bridges family on Jim's mother's side.
My g g grandfather and Jim's distant grandfather were brothers. I had communicated with him several times about our Bridges family.
Vicki Bridges Grammer
Find A Grave contributor K & V Grammer
|anonymous||Hairston Cemetery, Vaiden, Carroll County MS|
Please review the connections for Samuel and Julia Hairston 16840964
Thank you for all.
|Conner ||Lieutenant William C. Maxwell|
a photo of Lieutenant William C. Maxwell http://digital.archives.alabama.gov
Added by Conner on Jun 03, 2016 1:26 PM
|Kern Faubion||RE: William Black #52183598|
I don't believe Meachem was...Marinda, is actually her Aunt's name. (China Ross' sister) And greetings back to you, cuz. LOL
I'm about fly down to Texas to take my parent's to the Bagdad Cemetery Assn. Bbq, and afterward take them (particularly my father) by Black's Fort -- what we can see from the road that is, I know it's on private property. I can't believe we lived in Leander all those years (no longer do) and never ventured up there north of Bertram. And depending on time, we may visit William Black's grave in Lampasas...that is if I can find it! We have to drive through Lampasas to get to their home in DeLeon.
|Kern Faubion||William Black #52183598|
Find A Grave Memorial# 52183598 of William Black in Oak Hill Cemetery in Lampasas has a picture of a book by W.P. Black called "War Sketches" which I assume is being accredited to him. He was actually the uncle of the author, of William P Black (W.P. Black) who actually wrote the book. If you read a pdf of the book, which I did, (here you can find it: https://ia600506.us.archive.org/21/items/warsketchestales00blac/warsketchestales00blac.pdf)
you will see he is mentioning his mother, Elizabeth BAIRD, and brothers Henry and Marion. These are siblings of the actual author William Black who is buried in Hugo, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, USA. ((Find A Grave Memorial# 23929194) In the book he also mentions visiting his uncle William, in Texas which is THIS grave memorial.
I was interested because William Black in Lampasas is my 3xgreat grandfather, by his daughter Marinda Black Faubion (my 2xgreat grandmother).
Kind regards, Kern Faubion
You may want to remove the photo, for the book is by his nephew, not him. -- which I was disappointed to find out.
|Beth Austin||19074295 Memorial #|
This lady is buried in Parkway Cemetery and is listed there with marker pictures. The memorial number 50639900.
|Donna B.||Thomas A. Noah|
Thank you so much for transferring T. A.'s memorial into my care.
Added by Donna B. on Oct 08, 2015 9:39 PM
|Georgie Necaise Morton||RE: Jim Fullilove|
Thanks for responding! I'm so glad to hear that. If there were no plans that you knew of, I was going to try to get something going here myself. We would not have been able to match his wife's, but we would have done something. He was too important to us here to go without a headstone.
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