|Wanda D. Bradshaw DeFee||RE: Sister of Essie Dyson Bradshaw|
Thank you for adding the note about Aunt Luenette D. Langley. I hope to visit a cousin this week that can help me find the graves of Aunt Luenette's and Granny Bradshaw's parents, Phillip Edward Dyson and Oneil Capps Dyson.
Wanda Bradshaw DeFee
Added by Wanda D. Bradshaw DeFee on Aug 16, 2016 8:26 AM
There is a photo of Gilbert Wyatt on his site. How do I get permission to use it?
Added by kdhughes on Apr 06, 2016 3:04 PM
I've just visited Ezekiel Starnes Memorial. Thank you so much for posting his obituary. God bless all of you when take the time to photograph our ancestors tombstones and add extra bits of information which are so valuable to researchers.
Pat B. in CO
Added by Anonymous on Aug 17, 2015 10:04 AM
|Vicki Carter||cemetery clean up|
My son would like to clean up the Sandy Run Protestant Methodist Church cemetery for his Eagle Scout project. Do you know how to contact the owner of the property?
Added by Vicki Carter on Jul 08, 2015 8:21 PM
|Ron Rowell||Collins Cemetery|
Is this cemetery located next to the Cliffwood Golf Course outside of Lumberton on Hwy41?
Just traced my family to some of the names listed in the cemetery you posted.
Added by Ron Rowell on May 01, 2015 3:31 PM
|Roy Bertolatus||George Ulrich Mayer|
Thank you for creating this virtual cemetery. Please add my grandfather's uncle, George Ulrich Mayer (Find-a-grave memorial 11660971), died in 1929 (about 96 years old!) and buried in St. Peter's Lutheran Church cemetery, Lexington County, South Carolina. He's listed in the roster of Company B, 19th Battalion South Carolina Cavalry after its reorganization toward the end of 1864. This company included men previously serving with Keitt's Mounted Rifles, a unit attached to the 20th South Carolina Infantry and designated as Company M prior to the reorganization.
Added by Roy Bertolatus on Jan 07, 2015 11:04 AM
|John Panhorst||Andrew Nates|
You are correct with changing the age days to 12 days. My date calculator confirms. Thanks
Added by John Panhorst on Sep 07, 2014 12:24 PM
|Sue||RE: 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry|
Thank you so much!
Added by Sue on Aug 29, 2014 8:10 AM
|Sue||20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry|
Should you mind adding Benjamin M. Singletary to the 20th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry? He was in Company O. His memorial # is: 38751481
Thank you for all your work honoring the soldiers.
Added by Sue on Aug 29, 2014 1:27 AM
|John Fisher||Confederate Gravesites|
Thank you for your documentation of our Confederate veterans final resting places. Three of my Confederate era Grandfathers served the state of North Carolina. A fourth, though from Fayetteville, NC was in Alabama when the war broke out and served on behalf of that state. As a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans I participate in the SCV Guardian Program that cares for the final resting places of Confederate soldiers, many whom are buried in wilderness areas that require voluntary care. I feel a significant part of not forgetting them is the work volunteers like yourself do on Find-A-Grave. Again, thank you for your efforts
Horry Rough and Readys SCV #1026
Myrtle Beach, SC
Added by John Fisher on Jul 15, 2014 6:13 PM
|Donna Sikes Holley||RE: Starnes at Sandy Level|
Yep! I have put this whole thing on hold for the moment. And remember there is another memorial for J. Wesley Starnes, Williston Cemetery, same unit that was added by the United Daughters of the Confederacy - Martha Reid. This memorial has been linked to his son, Harley Vineyard Starnes. Harley is the whole reason I got started on this. He married Willa Bell Hartley, daughter of Georgiana Thrailkill Hartley Collum - my husband's family line. And I still haven't been able to determine if Lavitha Harley Starnes and Luvicia Gunter Starnes are same person or 1st and 2nd wives of James Wesley Starnes. The Harley matches with Lavitha, but Luvicia Gunter (I know who she is - Gunter also husband's family line) had a brother named Vineyard. So go figure! Marriage records would help, but don't know if they exist. Hoping someone from this line will contact us and give us more information. I'll keep you posted.
Added by Donna Sikes Holley on Jun 05, 2014 8:50 AM
|Vonna||RE: Photo of Battle Flag for 51st NCT|
looks like it might be his obit, but you have to sign up to see the paper.
Hard to find anything one him, but I will keep trying. Vonna
Added by Vonna on Jun 04, 2014 8:11 AM
|Vonna||RE: Agustus A. McKethan, Jr.|
Thank you again Tim for your help. What interesting reading this is. I sure wish I knew more about the civil war and soldiers. He seemed like he was quite a soldier, so was his brothers looks like.
Added by Vonna on Jun 04, 2014 6:14 AM
|Vonna||Augusts A. McKethan Jr. was a lieutenant in Company B.|
Tim, thank you for your information on Lt. McKethan. I had just posted his fathers information and requested the submitter to verify that it was him and not his son... you answered that question. I have deleted the father's information and added your info to the sons. Please verify that it is correct. It is important to me that it is correct. Thank you for your help! Vonna
Added by Vonna on Jun 03, 2014 2:30 PM
|Vonna||RE: McKethan in Cross Creek #2|
Perfect, he is where he belongs now. I appreciate your help! Vonna
Added by Vonna on Jun 01, 2014 6:36 PM
|Donna Sikes Holley||RE: J Wesley Starnes|
Thank you for the transfer. I was hoping that you were related so that some of the questions might be answered. Look at memorial 125160839. Information here about the vandalism at the cemetery and the reburials of James Wesley Starnes and his brother Ezekiel. Both served in same unit in WBTS and each had a Confederate marker ordered at the same time by same family member. Steam Mill Bottom Cemetery is indicated on each application as place of burial. Ezekiel's memorial is 65977738. On his memorial is a copy of the headstone application and also a photo of the marker. Both are the same as those for James Wesley Starnes, only need to change the name. Yes, this is very interesting. Perhaps a family member with knowledge of what happened will contact us. Thank you!
Added by Donna Sikes Holley on May 26, 2014 10:41 AM
|NDN||RE: Killian Family|
Since these are my family, I won't be transferring them. However, if you'd like information added, let me know and I will add it and credit you as the source of that information.
Added by NDN on May 13, 2014 4:03 PM
|Nancy Lee Huggins||RE: Lewis Bradshaw (Tisdale)|
I have posted the photo for Louis W. Bradshaw in the Tisdale Cemetery. Please check to make sure it is the correct stone. Thanks Nancy
Added by Nancy Lee Huggins on Apr 23, 2014 12:05 PM
|Remember me||Cedar Grove|
Cedar Grove Baptist Church is located in the Cedar Swamp Community of Williamsburg County. You may remember that about 1/2 mile from this church is Cedar Swamp UME. I'll delete my memorials.
Added by Remember me on Jan 25, 2014 10:38 AM
|Jason||Helen Hulon FAG ID 58338505|
I found Helen Hulon as Helen W. Wilkerson-Turner-Hulon
Helen W. Wilkerson, Daughter of Malcolm Wilkerson and Crissie Jane Prevatte.
Thought ur might be looking for her..
Added by Jason on Aug 14, 2013 10:29 PM
|Jason||Mary C. Lamb Find A Grave Memorial# 7002568|
I just want to let u know that Mary C. Lamb actual Marthan Catherin Wilkerson. Yes, she married to Isham Lamb. also ur and other lady created pretty much same duplicate . U need rechecking duplicate list...
I do not know if u know about it!
Have a good day!
Added by Jason on Aug 11, 2013 12:15 PM
Yeah I got ur message... u can email me on email@example.com I will be on computer all night to finish some of family members on this page.
Added by Jason on Aug 04, 2013 5:11 PM
|Jason||PVT Meredith Bullock FAG ID 60691572|
just want to let u know I have picture of Meredith Bullock headstone and he buried on coroner Hwy 130 bypass and Lupo St of Fairmont Nc
Added by Jason on Jul 19, 2013 10:31 PM
|Scott Hutchison||RE: E V Redman|
Chris Ferguson-SOUTHERNERS AT REST
Added by Scott Hutchison on Apr 26, 2013 5:43 PM
|Regina Masouras||RE: Mary Norma Wilkerson|
Thank you so much.
Added by Regina Masouras on Oct 01, 2012 12:36 PM