|Kimberly Barrett Johnson||Mary Belle Horton Brown|
It was so nice and surprising to come across this memorial that you made for your mother. I am also a distant relative. Your mother is my 2nd cousin, 3x removed. I am from the Hatch side of the family. Would love to connect and learn more! -Kimberly B Johnson/Thistle62@aol.com
Added by Kimberly Barrett Johnson on Jun 16, 2016 4:07 PM
|John Paul Baremore||Thank You Again!|
Susan, I sure appreciate the high resolution photograph of the gravestone for Charlotte Breed out at Brown Cemetery that you posted. If you happen to have any, please post a photograph of the cemetery at large on the Cemetery page. An image could perhaps build more interest in doing something about the condition. And if you have a wider shot of the gravestone, I'd love to see - not sure where her husband, Avery Breed is buried - would seem like this would be the spot and interested to see how much "room" her grave has around it. From your description, it sounds as if some graves may be concealed, if not destroyed - JP
Added by John Paul Baremore on Sep 26, 2015 11:40 PM
|J. Karl||Wikins Brown|
Found his death cert I posted it to his memorial if you want me to take it down let me know
Added by J. Karl on Jul 19, 2010 10:31 PM
|James Robins||Brown Cemetery|
My Grandfather and Grandmother, John Maxwell Robins and Florence Octavia Brown are buried in The Brown Cemetery. I have been there many times. There is a law that provides access to an offical cemetery must be allowed. The Brown cemetery was offically designated as a such back around 1950-1960 when my Father, William Emmett Robins and his cousin Ashton Robins had the place cleaned up and a chain link fence put around it. Unfortunately the last time I was there the place had badly deteriorated. But I don't believe the present property owners can legally prevent access to the cemetery.
Added by James Robins on Jul 09, 2010 12:15 AM
May your thanksgiving be beautiful
Full of family, full of love
Let the memories continue to be the season
Of your life and let the legacy of your beloved
be forever enshrined in happiness and joy
Always in the golden time of day.
Added by curtis taylor on Nov 25, 2009 4:44 PM
|Judy Nation||Jmes Thomas Horton|
Join the crowd. It helps to be a little confused sometimes.Yes, it is at McBee. Right now, I do not have a link to him genealogically but you know how that goes. Many of those buried there are kin. This one ,I have in my database but no link yet. The Horton family is very large.I can send his family grop sheet to you if you want it.
Added by Judy Nation on Nov 15, 2009 3:54 PM
|Judy Nation||tombstone of James Thomas Horton|
When you are at the cemetery again, could you please get a photo that we can read better. That you so much for adding the pictures. It makes them more than a name & number. Judy
Added by Judy Nation on Nov 14, 2009 7:39 PM
|Peka||RE: Mary Susan Gardner Horton|
I'm actually distantly related to many of the Hortons buried in McBee. Do you know who Thomas Horton's parents were?
Added by Peka on Nov 01, 2009 8:29 AM
|Peka||Mary Susan "Molly" Gardner Horton|
Do you know her husband's name?
Added by Peka on Nov 01, 2009 6:18 AM
|Gloria Bello||Denis Curtin Kelley|
This is a duplcate.
Added by Gloria Bello on Aug 07, 2009 9:17 AM
|shay-shay||James Gardner's Letter|
I imagine that it is great to have things such as the letter pictured here. They add so much to your history. It looks like it could say 'Kershaw Cemetery' when magnified.
Thanks for all of your contributions.
Added by shay-shay on Jun 08, 2009 9:20 PM
|Gary Koch||Your Uncle|
I enjoyed reading about J. Howard Horton and the picture of him and his new (1946,47, or 48) De Soto. So very cool as I mentioned at his site.
Bless you and your family. Gary, Ventura, CA
Added by Gary Koch on Feb 17, 2008 10:43 PM