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linda D (#47502342)
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Researching my maternal side of Traylor, Marler, Duke, Little and Elledge lines from SC to Louisiana and Texas. From my Paternal side would be Davis and Paschal from Va, NC, Illinois, Kentucky to Washington and Oregon.
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Julie Bennett Coleman
RE: Moore Family
No, I'm not related. I would be happy to transfer the memorials over to you if you'd like - just use the edit key for each memorial.
Added by Julie Bennett Coleman on Sep 18, 2015 2:17 PM
Julie Bennett Coleman
RE: Susan Moore
No, sorry, I'm not.
Added by Julie Bennett Coleman on Oct 05, 2014 7:30 AM
Loree Lassiter
I took many Duke family Pictures today Please let me know which other family members you need and i will try to load them for you.
Added by Loree Lassiter on Jul 11, 2013 3:32 PM
Mary Agnes Hammett
RE: Re: Stella May Marler request in Roselawn in Baton Rouge, LA
Just glad I could help. My daughter used to be very good friends with a Jason Marler. He died in a parachuting accident a few years back. He is in Greenoaks in Baton Rouge. I think his parents are still living.
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Jul 02, 2013 4:51 PM
Mary Agnes Hammett
RE: Re: Stella May Marler request in Roselawn in Baton Rouge, LA
Glad I could help. I think there are some other Marler's in Roselawn but will have to add them when I come across them again. Happy hunting!
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Jul 02, 2013 4:29 PM
Mary Agnes Hammett
Re: Stella May Marler request in Roselawn in Baton Rouge, LA
In 2 plots are located:

Hazel Marler Lange 1907-1992
Arthur G Marler 1890-1967
Georgie Brown Marler 1885-1957
Gertrude McCaa Marler 1881-1942
John H Marler, Jr 1894-1947
John H Marler, Sr 1873-1950
Manuel J Marler 1918-1985
Marguerite Bennett Marler 1895-1968
Mary DeSalle Marler 1988
Regina Hebert Marler 1874-1957
Stella May Marler 1887-1974
William Eugene Marler 1875-1958
Mary Ethel Marler McCormick 1892-1984
Janice Marler McGuiness 1920-2008
Alice Marler Schoelles 1895-1958

Not sure if this is in same plot but it is close
Lee Raymond Stuffler 1885-1941

Hope these help. Should you need better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
Added by Mary Agnes Hammett on Jul 02, 2013 10:37 AM
MYates Vandver
RE: Memorial 9010635
Hi Linda D.,
No, I am not related to the Marler's and I don't know if the other are related, I help with Houston County memorials for the Houston County Historical Commission & my information came from
Martha Vandver
Added by MYates Vandver on Jul 01, 2013 4:54 AM
The Lassiters
RE: Howard Cemetery
I've never heard of Florence or Wm Hazelton Skinner, but thanks for the info. I'll check them out. Also keep this in mind about the Skinners, they seem to have a number of connections to the Webbs. If I find out anything on the Moores, I'll post or let you know. I figure my Skinners in that cemetery were share croppers, poor as Job's Turkey unfortunately! My, my, 15 children!!
Added by The Lassiters on Jun 27, 2013 7:14 AM
The Lassiters
RE: Howard Cemetery
My maternal grandfather Bennett Skinner's parents are buried there, William and Martha Skinner are buried there. I just found them about a month ago. My aunts showed me where they were. I wonder how the Moores and Skinners came to be buried there? Do you know?
Added by The Lassiters on Jun 27, 2013 5:17 AM
The Lassiters
RE: Howard Cemetery
Not odd at all. Note that Susan C. Howard's father is J.N. Howard and he is the male adult who was buried there first. He probably was the one who set aside the land for the cemetery. He has no adult sons buried there to carry on his name. His daughter Susan C. Howard married a Weaver and had a son who continued that Weaver name in the cemetery. Names of cemeteries seem to be obscure if there is not a sign posted. I go by the oldest male interred, but that is not fool proof, especially when they are in the middle of a field and forgotten! My main goal is a photo of the grave stone to nail down name and date and a GPS map so the location is not lost. Do you have family buried there? I do. Do you have any info on the people buried there?
Added by The Lassiters on Jun 26, 2013 7:52 PM
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