"Thanks Finn, her name in the 1900 census for Brinkley Arkansas was Filamensia ? Lowmax, b. 1871 in MS. married to Lenn Lowmax, b. MS. they moved to Brinkley in 1900 and that is as far as i can find them, i'm not sure if the Floenza Anthony is…"
I am looking to find an obit for my great grandmother Florenza Anthony, she died July 12, 1919 in Brinkley, Monroe Co. Arkansas. I've hit a brick wall, so i'm hoping that a obit or maybe even a death record can lead me to some more…"
Do anyone have access to finding an address and phone no. for the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Brinkley, Monroe Co. Arkansas, the no I found is not the right one it is 1-870-792-8249.
"Thank you George and Sandra, you both have gave me some good advice and just listen to me about how I want to find out where I come from, I am so glad that I have joined this group, there are so many people on here that has helped me, it is amazing…"
I just wanted to share with you that I had requested an obit lookup for my grandmother Edream and a nice lady was able to find it for me, this is what it says.
(By our colored writer)
At her home on North Main St.,…"
Someone told me about a marriage between a P.P. Wilkinson and a Edream Lamar on familysearch, I was wondering if someone else could look and see if the last name a misspell or could this be my grandmother Edream Lomax, it has 1896 as…"
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Beginning Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Growing up my siblings and I had never had the chance to meet any of our relatives on either side of my moms or my dads, I did find some on my mothers side recently and so I would like to do the same on my fathers side.
She is not in my book but I only have volume 1 you might try contacting cals Butler Center http://www.butlercenter.org/ That is the genealogy library in Little Rock they do lookups but I believe they charge it used to be $10.00. I dont get down there often. They have county books on deaths