|Gayle Meier||Anthony Golding|
In his will [see South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records 1670-1980--database in ancestry.com] Reuben Golding, husband of Margaret (Peggy) Griffin, names all of his children. The list is:
Molly Tinsley [Mary (Molly) Golding]
Anthony Foster Golding
Nancy Golding [now deceased]
Reuben Golding [Reuben Griffin Golding]
Elizabeth Overby [married to Nimrod Overby]
Richard G Golding [Richard Griffin Golding]
Sally Long [Sarah (Sally) Golding
Lucy Wood [Lucy Golding]
Yes, there is an Anthony Foster Golding AND an Anthony Golding. Why they carry the same name, I don't know--also, I suspect they were twins.
The Tombstone picture in your listing definitely says Anthony Golding, without the "F" between.
I haven't finished figuring this out, but right now, I think that Anthony Golding married Sarah Tinsley, and Anthony Foster Golding [who became a physician], married Caroline Matilda Brown.
There is an 1850 US Census listing for Anthony Golding and Sarah in Pontotoc Co, Miss.
There is an 1850 US Census listing for Anthony F Golding and Caroline M in Laurens District, South Carolina.
There is a findagrave.com listing of Dr Anthony Foster Golding, 1791--13 Feb 1858 Laurens County, SC, buried in the Golding Family Cemetery, Waterloo, Laurens Co, South Carolina. Wife Caroline is not listed.
Isn't genealogy fun? About the time one thinks one knows, everything turns topsy turvy!
Added by Gayle Meier on Jul 07, 2016 9:33 AM
|Karrie Klier||Wade Perry|
Hi, My step-grandfather was Wade Perry and I would like to get in touch with you about more information. Karrie Klier, Grace Perry's grand-daughter. (CKLIER@austin.rr.com)
Added by Karrie Klier on Jun 02, 2016 6:32 PM
|moraycc||RE: Susan Lane FAG#29466126|
sorry, I don't have the source of this info. Someone must have sent me that info. Now I post the contributors Find A Grave#, but years ago I didn't do that. Sorry. Yes, use that photo on your family's website
Added by moraycc on Nov 12, 2015 2:19 AM
|Sandra Bertram Meier||Your Bio|
When I read your bio I thought I had written this about me. I was born in Houston but moved to Lubbock when I was five. Raised there and when I graduated from Lubbock High School (1964)we moved to Kingsland. Now I live in Montgomery. I wonder if our paths have crossed in the past.
Added by Sandra Bertram Meier on Oct 06, 2015 3:50 PM
|Virginia Paredes-Tijerina||RE: Biggs burial site|
Hello Lisa, you are so welcome. It was my pleasure. It saddens me when a headstone isn't placed but like you said, at least he is recorded. Have a great weekend. Virginia
Added by Virginia Paredes-Tijerina on Aug 29, 2015 1:05 PM
|Alice Hester||RE: James Y McKinney|
The middle name is given on his WW I draft registration card.
My great grandmother was Beulah Thomasson Stinnett. My research shows she is an aunt to James. Are you related?
Added by Alice Hester on Mar 23, 2015 4:12 PM
|Tom McCoy||Mary Jane Beaird Price|
Hi, I am researching my maternal grand mothers family. Her name was Jennie M Beaird, I think that Mary Jane Beaird Price was her aunt, her father was Ulysses Grant Beaird and from research done by my Uncle Mary Jane was his sister. I see you posted a photo of Mary Jane, it looks like it was part of a family photo do you have the complete photo? If you have the complete photo could you possibly email it to me? Thanks, Tom McCoy
Added by Tom McCoy on Feb 17, 2015 4:00 PM
|kathy armstrong||Stiles Cemetery|
I came across a message you left about the Stiles Cemetery in Thrall, TX. One of my daughters is married to a Stiles whose ancesters lived on their ranch there. Before the town was named Thrall after a Methodist minister, the site was known as Stiles Switch due to a RR depot stop on the Stiles Ranch.
Who is your relative buried in the Stiles Cemetery? I don't know if the cemetery is located on land still owned by the Stiles family. I might be able to find out more information about it.
Added by kathy armstrong on Jan 09, 2015 7:47 PM
|Kevin Eaton||Cemetery Access|
Lisa, i live in Missouri and i know here it is state law to allow family access to cemeteries on private land. in fact here they are not allowed to block roads, install locked gates unless hours are posted and they must remain unlocked during those hours. i would check Texas law too. i hope its the same!
Added by Kevin Eaton on Oct 10, 2014 1:52 AM
|Lester Van Huss||Access to cemeteries|
Lisa, google Texas Cemetery Laws and it will bring up a lot of resources to answer questions about access to cemeteries on private property. They actually cannot refuse but they can require certain set hours for access or even require you to set up an appointment for access. However, I do not believe they are allowed to forbid access. These are usually governed by the County level jurisdiction laws. I have a friend who has helped co-wright laws into legislation on these types of issues for the State of Texas. She as well has been honored by the Texas State Senate for the work she has done for the preservation of our cemeteries and the upkeep for them. I have an Aunt and Uncle buried in Stiles, Texas. Possibly a different location but there is not much there. I am still scratching my head wondering why they were buried there in the first place. They actually lived outside of Big Spring, Texas. I hope on your next visit the cemetery will be cleaned up. I find it very disgraceful for land owners to allow these historical landmarks to deteriorate the way some do. I just wanted to give you a lead on what your rights are. Hopes for a better world of respect for our deceased, Lester (#47859148).
Added by Lester Van Huss on Oct 06, 2014 11:28 PM
|John Christeson||Stiles Cemetery, Thall, Texas|
I see that you have been to this cemetery and took a number of photos. Did you reach it by taking the private road by the Stiles Cemetery Sign on Highway 79? I found a locked gate and a no trespassing sign.
Who did you contact to gain access to the cemetery. Their name and telephone number would be appreciated.
I have learned that the cemetery is on land owned by Frank Stiles whose property adjoins that of Steve Stiles. I think that the private road leads to Steve Stiles' land.
Thanks in advance
John J. Christeson
Added by John Christeson on Oct 01, 2014 8:13 PM
|Kerry Steiner||RE: Joshua Seale Memorial# 7068404|
Great, thanks for the info!
Added by Kerry Steiner on Jul 18, 2014 7:01 AM
|Kerry Steiner||Joshua Seale Memorial# 7068404|
Just a quick question about Joshua's year of birth if I may. I see the headstone says he was born in 1775 (per the census) but the memorial says 1765. A 10 year difference is somewhat significant so I'm wondering as his descendent if can tell me which one is closer?
Added by Kerry Steiner on Jul 15, 2014 3:33 AM
|Jon||Grave of Thomas Martin Ball|
Since he died in San Francisco, it's probable he was buried in Colma, just south of there. San Francisco has had no active cemeteries since the late 1800's and Colma is where most people from there are interred. I found a grave of my great aunt's there after calling numerous cemeteries in that town.
Added by Jon on Oct 26, 2013 5:45 AM
|orleans||re: florence ford|
thank you SO VERY MUCH for these photos--they are wonderful! (isn't that an interesting gravesite? did you read the bio on the memorial page?) i really appreciate you going out there and getting these pics.
Added by orleans on Oct 20, 2013 5:35 PM
|KA||RE: Our Ripley Family|
Sounds good. Life has been crazy here the last few weeks, too. I'm ready for school to start back next week! :)
Added by KA on Aug 24, 2013 3:59 AM
|Debbie Way||Gustavus W Thomasson|
Could you please add parents to Gustavus memorial?
Louvina : 32647195
George W: 32647289
Added by Debbie Way on Aug 10, 2013 10:00 AM
|KA||RE: Ripley, Green|
Thanks so much Lisa,
I sent you an email. I have found lots of records you have put together.
Have you ever been to Comanche? I remember most every summer up until 1986 (was the last one I went to) going to my Grandmothers family (Ripley) reuniun. I was held outside of Comanche. Just wondering if you ever attended one?
I always consider Comanche like my hometown.
Thanks so much for bringing back so many memories.
Added by KA on Aug 02, 2013 5:09 PM
Thanks LisaBee for all your work. John Ripley would be my Great Grandfather (I believe). My Grandmother is not listed as a child for him. Her name was Audie Ripley-Green. She would have been the youngest child of John and Sarah Caroline Ripley. Kelley Green~albright
Added by KA on Jul 25, 2013 2:14 AM
|CajunPaul||RE: Perry Surname|
No, just curious of your connection. Ms Mattie was my 1st cousin 2x removed and I am always interested in connections.
Added by CajunPaul on Feb 10, 2013 9:29 AM
What would be your connection to Mattie Elizabeth "Canter" Perry ? She is a 1st cousin 2x removed to me.
Added by CajunPaul on Feb 07, 2013 4:14 AM
|Brenda Allen||RE: Duh! Never Mind|
I have lots of mornings like that! ;-)
Added by Brenda Allen on Jan 13, 2013 12:39 PM
|John Adam Farris||RE: Adam Memorials|
Thanks so very much for transferring John Matthew ADAM & his wife, Ellen Johnson, to me. I appreciate everything you have done to set up these two memorials. I have just connected John Matthew ADAM with his parents. My next step will be to expand the bios for them both. Thanks again,
Cordially, John Adam FARRIS
Added by John Adam Farris on Nov 11, 2012 10:06 PM
|Nancy Hutzler||Martha Rebecca Perry Barker|
Looks like you and I are kin through the Perry line. Martha and my great great grandmother, Cornelia Ann Perry Collins, were sisters.
I have worked on cleaning up the gravesite for Martha at Mahomet Cemetery since I have numerous ancestors buried there. I will continue to try and keep it clean for you.
I have lots of information on the Perry and other lines that are married into the Perry line. I'll be glad to share. Nancy Hutzler
Added by Nancy Hutzler on Jul 19, 2012 11:41 AM
|Michael Norton||Hey Lisa|
Is everything OK? I sent you an email awhile back about updating a memorial and haven't heard back from you. I'm hoping everything is alright.
Added by Michael Norton on May 18, 2012 5:00 PM