|RS Green-Starnes (#47410223)|
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I grew up in Arkansas, but I have spent 30 years in North Carolina. I began researching my family's history about 10 years ago after my Aunt requested I do it in her memory. She lived 90+ years and I thought I owed her that much, but it turned out that I really enjoyed it and love the discovery of family history I never knew existed. Feel free to use any of the photos or information that I have posted on the www.findagrave.com memorials.
I have received some very nasty messages from some of the gravers/historians that contribute here, and I will say upfront, I don’t like “mean” people. I consider bullies to be “mean” people, so you may want to be reflective.
www.findagrave.com is a database and is only as good as the information entered. Duplicates comprise the database and information keyed into the wrong fields will cause the memorial to sort improperly when being queried by users of the database.
I am a MS (multiple sclerosis) warrior and I fight the fight everyday. I have progressive MS and am unable to go out and research like I would if I were not ill, but I do what I can when I can. I have a huge family and hundreds of relatives so there is always something to work on.
I will help anyone in any way I can in their search, so if you have any suggestions or questions, please let me know. I am not a “historical glory hound” so I am not trying to amass as many memorials as I can. I will transfer or change as necessary unless they are my close family as well. My main goal is to preserve as much historical data as possible by populating the www.findagrave.com database with correct information. Once were gone, it may be lost forever unless we record it for prosperity.
www.findagrave.com developed the “edit” options in order for us to share corrections more easily. When someone asks for an edit, there is probably a very good reason for the request and it only requires the contributor to push a button to accept.
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|SHEILA ALSTON||Jessie Byrd Britt|
Sheila Dixit Alston here. Jessie Byrd Britt was my step great - grandmother. She is not buried at WARD Cemetery. She is buried at Gardens of Faith.
Her mother Lottie is in Hollywood Cemetery.
I am sure of this. I have no idea where WARD Cemetery is in Orrum. But Maybe the Byrd family is from that area.
|Gregory Vaut||FAG Memorial #9917097|
The 1860 US census for Jackson Twp, Dallas Co., AR says that Mary Francis (Higginbotham) Broach(aged 6 in census) was born in Arkansas, not Alabama as cited on this memorial page). Her parents were married in Dallas Co., AR on 25 July 1850. (Arkansas County Marriages Index available on Ancestry.com)
Could you share with me your source for the information that she was born in Alabama?
So. Burlington, VT
|Just Earnie||Elizabeth Spears Nutt|
RE: Record added: Apr 24, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 128488134
Do you have any idea where this grave memorial is located? We cannot find any information on where this person (Elizabeth Spears Nutt, 1800-1850) is buried.
Thank you for your important work.
|Alan Britt||your research|
Just wanted to say Thank you for all you have done to compile & enter so much information, your info has helped me locate so many of my family members and getting them all connected is so rewarding. Thank-you, Thank-you, Thank-you again for all you do.
Memorial site #: 8453585
Mr Banks is my son's Great-great uncle. I would appreciate you transferring him to me. Thank you.
Member #: 47178206
Added by Cheryl on Apr 22, 2017 1:24 PM
|pc||Col Thomas Young|
Thanks kindly for the transfer. Not necessary, but I'll take it. Keep up the good work. pc
Added by pc on Apr 13, 2017 7:59 PM
|Mopsy||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 9477024|
Thank you for answering so quick. I am looking for somebody who may have known a little about Robert's life.
Added by Mopsy on Dec 20, 2016 9:54 AM
|Mopsy||Find A Grave Memorial# 9477024|
Hello. I wanted to ask if you were related to this Robert Keller please? Kind regards, J Laws
Added by Mopsy on Dec 19, 2016 4:28 PM
|efwrsm||Margaret Alma Greene|
In answer to your SAC: I made a mistake. This lady was not married to Robert Barnes. Please remove that link and and as soon as I determine who she was married to I will re-request the link be established.
I did not add him as her husband, you did, I sent an Edit just now to remove him.
Margaret Alma Greene never married.
Robert Edward Barnes was married to her sister Mamie Frances Greene, when he died Mamie married Kenneth Courtney.
Added by efwrsm on Dec 08, 2016 11:11 AM
|efwrsm||Margaret Alma Greene|
In answer to your SAC:
Are you related to Mamie? She was my Great-G-G Aunt.....
Looking forward to hearing from you
Her father and my grandfather were brothers.
Added by efwrsm on Dec 08, 2016 10:54 AM
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