|Joyce (Michel) Woody||Find A Grave Memorial# 98240302|
In some of the information on the children some you have their death date the same as their wedding date. But you have it correct at the end.
Sarah had the following known children. Sarah (1828-1866) m. Henry Winslow 18 Aug 1866 in Rush Co, Ind.; Anna (1829-1907) married Peter Vuncannon 18 August 1849; James Madison Dunbar (1832-1856) married Louisa Elvira Jones 2 April 1856; Thomas Clarkson Dunbar (1834-1858)married Mary E. Henley 13 October 1858; Mary (1836-1909) married Lewis Jones 12 April 1855; Joseph John (1839-1840); Frances (1844-1922) married John Duncan 6 April 6 April 1866 in Lane, Franklin Co., Ks.; Eliza (1847-?) married Micajah B. Jessup; Leander H. (1849-1937) married Martha Edwards 3 March 1870 in Lane, Franklin Co., Ks.
Sarah Low Dunbar (1804 - 1861)
Rebecca Lowe (1819 - 1874)*
Anna Dunbar Vuncannon (1829 - 1907)*
James M. Dunbar (1832 - 1871)*
Mary C. Dunbar Jones (1836 - 1909)*
Frances Dunbar Duncan (1844 - 1922)*
Uwharrie Friends Burial Ground
North Carolina, USA
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Created by: jjt
Record added: Oct 03, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 98240302
Added by Joyce (Michel) Woody on Jan 25, 2015 10:17 PM
|Judy K. Brantley/Wilson||Request for a marker picture for Peter Wingate|
Hollywood cemetery has been thoroughly and systematically searched and photographed each and every marker. All those photos have been added to memorial pages as we went. There is no marker picture to photograph. Kindly remove your request in light of this. Thanks.
Added by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Jun 21, 2014 3:37 PM
|Patrick Whitney||RE: Morey Howe|
You are welcome. Sorry there was not a marker.
Added by Patrick Whitney on Apr 05, 2014 10:33 AM
|Merf||RE: Sidney Herbert Lancey|
I just love the "little" stories like this! Thanks for sharing!
Added by Merf on Mar 18, 2014 6:55 PM
|Sharon||RE: Claude and Louise Bishop|
You are very welcome!
And since you mentioned you thought that Louise's maiden name may be Wimberly I went to Ancestry just to see what I could find and saw that indeed it is, shows their marriage 12 June 1907 in Little River County, AR and her maiden name is Wimberly. Also, have info that Claude may have been mayor of Ashdown AR from 1944-1946. Sure hope this helps in your ancestry info search.
Have a blessed day!
Added by Sharon on Mar 18, 2014 2:35 PM
|Merf||RE: Sidney Herbert Lancey|
I passed it more than once before realizing what the name was...it was hard to read. I guess nobody added the photo sooner because they couldn't quite make out the name without a hint!
What's interesting, is in the GAR section, all the grave markers are facing the wrong direction. Notice the small wall in front - that's part of the section's border.
The cemetery sexton of the time when many of the Confederate and Union veterans were passing away did what he could to make sure the South won - in Greenwood Cemetery, at least. So he had every Union marker installed facing the wrong direction, west. If you are reading a grave marker, you should be standing on the grave - and in the case of these burials, you aren't!
The current sexton has installed four GAR markers in his time at the cemetery, and, fearing bad Karma - has made sure the ones he ordered were installed facing the correct direction!
Added by Merf on Mar 18, 2014 1:37 PM
|Merf||Lancey, Greenwood Orlando|
The GAR section is VERY small, and I walked it today...I know it's already been photographed, but I thought his marker might have been missed. I didn't see it.
I did check his burial card first, and it says he has a marker with name only. There is one spot where all that is left is the base of a marker...
I'll do a little more digging and see if that's his, or if his marker has gotten covered up - if that's the case, I'll still find it.
I had to pick up the kiddie from school, so I didn't have time to go back to the office and do the research. Hopefully I can get it done in the next day or two!
Added by Merf on Feb 18, 2014 2:00 PM
|Corbett Ellis-Jones||Simon & Millicent Jones|
I married to descendant of these two, a great grandson, through Simon > William P. > Ralph.
I am researching and proving lines. If anyone has any info or pictures, would love to correspond.
Added by Corbett Ellis-Jones on Jul 04, 2013 11:08 AM
|GenLooker||RE: Eleanor Marshall Barwick|
It was my pleasure. Have a Happy Easter :-)
Added by GenLooker on Mar 30, 2013 9:17 PM
|Donna D. McGinty||RE: Aiken Grave Stones|
Added by Donna D. McGinty on Oct 13, 2012 4:12 AM
|Richard Juhl||RE: Nell Alice Perez|
You are most welcome for the Perez photo and, yes, you can copy it or use it in any way you like. However, another volunteer claimed the request for Mr. Perez so you can assume he will post a different (but really the same) photo.
Added by Richard Juhl on Apr 27, 2012 11:21 AM
|Mike White||William W White|
Very much appreciate you checking the site, we were sure he was there, may be unmarked... Have deleted the request. Thank You so much, Mike White
Added by Mike White on Mar 26, 2012 2:39 PM
|Eileen Whisenant Shroff||RE: Samuel Eller|
You are very welcome!
Added by Eileen Whisenant Shroff on Mar 22, 2012 7:10 AM
|Clinton Slayton||Elmwood Cem, Birmingham AL|
Check the cem for LAIRD, FITCH and Elizabeth KENNEDY, I got all images in this lot, some are under other management.
Added by Clinton Slayton on Feb 17, 2012 4:31 PM
|whitepaper||RE: Jacob Eller|
You are welcome. It was a pleasure to photograph Jacob Eller's tombstone at Woodlawn National Cemetery. But foremost it is a privilege to pay homage to our ancestors who served and died for their beliefs.
Added by whitepaper on Nov 03, 2011 8:23 AM
|Dorothy Green||Sarah Ann Bennett|
Anoney related to John Wesley Bennett that is listed on this website. Possible the brother to Sarah Ann Bennett who married Peter Wingate. Both from Newton County.
Added by Dorothy Green on Jul 04, 2011 8:10 PM
|Dorothy Green||Peter Wingate|
Trying tot find any information of decendents of Peter and Sarah. He had a daughter but all i have is her married name of gl blackmon from Atlanta
Added by Dorothy Green on Jul 04, 2011 7:52 PM
|Scott A. Steinbrink||RE: Plunkett Grave Stones|
Benson's was a challenge to find. Found Eli's easy. I was about to declare it unfound, then I spotted the plunkett on top of a headstone - three flower pots were blocking the gravestone. I moved them so I could take a good photo. =)
Added by Scott A. Steinbrink on Apr 05, 2010 6:07 PM
|Elsie Scharpf Saar||Wm H Yarrow|
Hi, Janet, Dr. Yarrow is my husband's 2nd great-grandfather. We found the birth/death dates by researching. Are you related to him?
Added by Elsie Scharpf Saar on Mar 10, 2009 6:51 AM
|NJ42||Yarrow graves at Mount Hebron|
I located and photographed the Yarrow graves at Mount Hebron. The large headstone has no engraving other than the family name, Yarrow. I did find two footstones that had been overgrown with grass, which I carefully trimmed away. They read: Father "1830-1909" and "Mother 1838-1910". I was not able to locate any other gravestones on the plot.
Added by NJ42 on Feb 28, 2009 9:23 PM