Many thanks to the following for their invaluable help in my research...

Anna M Roberts Woodcock~my mother and the inspiration behind this project.

Carolyn Jones Brumfield~my “other mom” who has supported me whole-heartedly in my search for the Jones and Stevens lines.

Laura Roberts Cain~my dear aunt who has supports my efforts and has ridden all over southeast Louisiana in search of illusive cemeteries.

Sarah Roberts Barnes~another dear aunt who helped verify our Wascom line and McMillian connections.

Alice Roberts Rushing~yet another dear auntie who indulged an unannounced visit and provided invaluable help with the libraries and cemeteries in Washington Parish.

Bill Roberts~my mother’s first cousin who solved the mystery of McMillan Cemetery and pointed out the unmarked plots of my great grandparents.

Rebekah Woodcock~my sister who chauffeured me around to countless counties and cemeteries throughout south Mississippi.

Clarence Woodcock~his amazing website  cwoodcock.com is an invaluable database for the Woodcock surname.

Edward Breland~has done a fantastic job documenting the William Woodcock, Sr, line.

David Sprinkle~a double cousin of mine without whom I may never have solved the mystery of Ramsey Roberts’ true parentage. He is a veritable gold mine of information on the Whittington, Creel, and Dearman families.

J Hugh LeBaron~author of the book Perry Volunteers in the Mexican War who was gracious enough to allow me to quote his work in reference to Private James A Jones.

Susan Buckley~administrator of the “O” List who was welcoming and helpful with her advice even though I have yet to find written historical documentation of our Overstreet connection. This mailing list and the Overstreet Homestead are excellent examples of quality genealogical research and collaboration.

Mrs Jane Parker McManus~a Tippit researcher who helped debunk the Davis family adoption rumor and whose website provides a wealth of information on Rebecca Tippit and Alford Davis family.

Alice Weber~a Woodcock cousin who has contributed so much to the history of Long Beach, Mississippi, with her book on Allen Cemetery. For ordering information contact Alice directly. She has also begun working on her next book the subject of which is the cemetery at Antioch Baptist Church.

Belton Carver, EdD~a Bernard researcher who has so graciously allowed me to share his notes and findings regarding John Louis Bernard on this site.

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