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The cemetery was suppose to be the Sardis cemetery....which family had referred to as being Young Sardis and Old Sardis. I am looking for any info as to the gravesite for Mary and Daniel Adams of Monroe County Mississippi. It is thought that they were owned by the Stephen Adams family before emancipation.
I know they lived in this community until 1875 when my grgrandfather their son Lee Adams (also known as Capt. I'm looking for any information that will lead me to descendents of them and their children who may still live in Monroe.
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Any information about my family would be greatly appreciated. For fifteen years I have been searching for any information (including the location of their graves) of my great-grandfather Elias (aka Caesar) Douglas and his wife Pinkey (Cornor) Douglas in Abbeville, (Vermilion Parish), Louisiana. He resided at 2100 Dukeland St, Baltimore, Maryland. Services were held at the Christian Memorial Church, where he was a deacon. It is located on W 123rd Street in New York City, but I haven't been able to get them. If anybody can help me with this search I would be so grateful.
Any information regarding my family would be greatly appreciated. Looking for my grandfather who was born in 1906, William F. The reason I remember the cemetary's name is because my mother's name is Rosalind, and before she passed away, I asked her where my g-grandmother was buried. I think it is an African-American cemetary, because things were still the same. Looking for my ggrandparents gravesite, my family is from the Union Springs, AL area, and I'm looking for these gravesites for: Frank Underwood b: abt 1889 (death date unknown), and Anna or Annie Rouse, b: abt 1892 (death date unknown), who was married to Frank. I only know what has been stated about the Mississppi past.
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I am seeking any information (including the location of their gravesites). I am not sure if it is an Africa-American cemetary, but it probably was at the time. I can't remember which as I was a small child at the time. My grgrandmother Lucy lived n Chickasaw Mississippi. In finding Lucy's gravesite perhaps I will be able to find some information about the women in my family.
Thank you-Kim Douglas/ E-mail address:[email protected] am seeking the grave of my great-grandfather, James Norfleet and his wife, Anna Lee, who lived in Cayce, (Marshall County) Mississippi in the early 1900's. I also know the church: Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Church. I am trying to find her gravesite and further my genealogy of the Vance family. This has proven to be an impossible feat because black people would not talk about thir past.
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