Meridith Coleman Anding, Jr., is the son of Meridith Coleman Anding, Sr., and Nellie Marshall. He was my mother's second cousin once removed.
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Sunday, January 10, 2021
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Sunday, October 4, 2020
The mantle in the picture was originally a piano owned by my great grandfather Monroe Markham. Was this the organ that was taxed too much in the newspaper article below? I can imagine he was upset when he learned of his tax bill and knew it was incorrect.
Saturday, September 26, 2020
Pictured above is Samuel David Markham, and his wife Rosanna with daughter Jessie Mae. Samuel and Rosanna were married, 9 Feb 1922, in Lincoln County, Mississippi.
Samuel and my grandmother Alice Markham Marshall were siblings.
Thursday, September 10, 2020
I knew he was a paternal cousin but I did not know his wife was also my cousin until I saw her obituary.
Goldie's mother, Ida Henderson, was the granddaughter of Viola Buie Henderson. Viola was a sister to my 2nd great grandfather James Markham. Goldie was a maternal cousin.
Sunday, August 30, 2020
Mack and Minnie married Christmas day in 1940. He enlisted in the army in November 1943, and was released Feb 1946. They had an even dozen of children, 6 girls and 6 boys, plus they raised three grandchildren as their own.
Mack Neese Sanders was born in 1918, the son of McNeese Sanders and Alice Overton. Minnie was born in 1925, the daughter of William Washington and Rosia Miller. All were from Copiah County, Mississippi,
Minnie died in 1984 and Mack died in 1996. They were both buried in the Greater New Zion Baptist Church Cemetery.
Mack's mother, Alice Overton Sanders, and my grandmother Gertrude Overton Durr were sisters.
Sunday, August 23, 2020
If my mother was still with us, she would have celebrated her 87th birthday on Aug 21st. She would have spoiled her great grandchildren with homemade biscuits and peanut butter sandwiches drooling their favorite jam or jelly. Here is a picture of four of Mama's great grands.
Jace, Jory, Zyon, and Genesis