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Yarbrough Hunter (#46973452)
 member for 7 years, 3 months, 26 days
RE: Robert Brink
Dear Yarbrough,

Thank you so much for transferring Robert to me. I will be linking him to all his other family members and I will take good care of his memorial.

Again, thank you so much!


Added by Cookie on Jul 13, 2014 10:21 AM

Memorial 29091072
The headstone reads "Francisco Ortis".


Added by Wac2Wav on Oct 30, 2013 7:18 AM

Gloria Ann HORNSBY Jones
RE: John Thomas Yarbough & Mary Britton Yarbrough
to assure you of any intent, if you want to transfer the memorials, please know linking relatives would be my only goal..I can send that info to you if you prefer..either way is fine..I would not change anything as I consider this a ''goal mine'' for information on these relatives...again thank you

Added by Gloria Ann HORNSBY Jones on Oct 03, 2013 5:20 PM

Gloria Ann HORNSBY Jones
RE: John Thomas Yarbough & Mary Britton Yarbrough
thank you for the reply & information..we may find a link :) between families...

Added by Gloria Ann HORNSBY Jones on Oct 03, 2013 5:15 PM

Gloria Ann HORNSBY Jones
John Thomas Yarbough & Mary Britton Yarbrough
John #32230878
Mary # 32230915
These are the great grandparents of my husband son of Mavis Frankie Yarbrough daughter of William Radford Yarbrough & Erlunion Parker Yarbrough.
We are doing much family research & when we saw this we are wondering if you are related to this family of Yarbroughs. I would very much like for my husband & I to manage these sites IF you are not related & would be so kind to transfer. If you are related, we would love the priviledge of knowing the family link. Thank you for your kind consideration & reply (Gloria Ann & Wm. Gerald)

Added by Gloria Ann HORNSBY Jones on Sep 25, 2013 11:24 AM

Dawn Marie Beals
RE: Daisy Davis
Yes is it. :)

Added by Dawn Marie Beals on Jul 16, 2013 4:52 PM

RE: Archibald Johnson
No, they arent new links, been around for several years that I know of. There are lots of obituary archives online if you have the patience (and luck) to ferret them out. The catch is, they almost never have the obit you're looking for, even on the paid sites.

Every great once in a while, you can find an obit just by googling names (all the variations you can think of) plus a place, or a date, or all three. Someone might have transcribed the obit on genealogy and cemetery sites and it'll turn up.

Used to be a whole lot easier. Newspapers caught on about a year ago that people were enjoying free access to obits and abruptly yanked them. Happened over a couple of days. Poof!

Added by Anna on Jul 16, 2013 4:41 PM

Many thanks for the photos and information regarding the Harvey Sheerar family. Dr. Sheerar was a dentist, one of several in that family. I really appreciate your contributions. Lin, Washington State

Added by Lin on Jun 22, 2013 3:19 PM

RE: Archibald Johnson
I didnt get the obit in the Beaufort paper. I have never had much luck getting Beaufort obits, but I know it can be done online. Here's a link that may help.

An excellent source of obits is google newspaper archive. takes some fiddling but tons of obits.

Added by Anna on Jun 22, 2013 2:46 AM

Kerry Rae Smith Moser
RE: 2 plot same grave
IF I remember right the plots #'s are for two separate people, maybe Yarbrough and Trivett...... my notes I made while talking with the sexton are buried somewhere..probably best to cancel the update until I come across them.. thanks !!!

Added by Kerry Rae Smith Moser on Jun 20, 2013 5:23 AM

Kerry Rae Smith Moser
2 plot same grave
what are the two plot numbers ? which grave are you talking about ?

Added by Kerry Rae Smith Moser on Jun 13, 2013 6:39 AM

John Yarborough
trying to find family members
My name is John Wesley Yarborough. I live in Winnsboro,SC. My father's name is Henry Steele Yarborough and my mother's name is Julia Wiles Yarborough(both still alive and well) in Winnsboro,SC. I googled my name and this site came up. Please feel free to call me at 803-237-9140. Thank you.

Added by John Yarborough on Jun 01, 2013 11:33 PM

mary crimmins
RE: John H Goneke
Thanks for responding to my inquiry. The surviving John H. Goneke is the father of the John I am looking for. Young Johnny was killed when he ran into the back of a pickup truck as he was testing his motorcycle he had been working on. He was 18 years old at the time of his death. He was flown by helicopter from Beaufort, SC to Savannah where he passed away.

Added by mary crimmins on Feb 27, 2013 9:56 PM

Billy Yarbrough
Silas Garrett Yarbrough
I would be pleased to add him to my memorial
list. I will continue to search
for additional data on him.
As I am quite "old" I have named my oldest
daughter as my steward to take over after
I pass on.
If you chose to keep him, then I will forward
any additional data I get.

Take care and God Bless

Billy Yarbrough
(Avid octogenarian genealogist)

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Nov 16, 2012 11:27 AM

Billy Yarbrough
silas garrett yarbrough
His lineage

Amelia Waldrup

Father; Early records show Reuben being married to Amelia. Census of 1860 shows Thomas J as her

Thomas J.
Silas Garrett
Newton Jasper (my grandfatlher)

Silas married Lucretia Jackson
in 1880. He was her 4th husband.
I don't have any record of them having
children. He was about 45 and she was
about 44. I doubt they had any children

Hope this helps.

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Nov 16, 2012 11:23 AM

Billy Yarbrough
Hebron Church Relatives
My name is Billy Yarbrough and I would like to manage the following:
Jessie Yarbrough 32227760
Gertrude Yarbrough 32227906
Effie Yarbrough (Hudson) 32228122
Newton Yarbrough 32227106
Nancy Yarbrough 32227124

I am the last surviving grandchild of Newton
and Nancy and the others of course were my aunts.
In addition, Aunt Effie is also listed as
Effie Mae Hudson #63689131

Added by Billy Yarbrough on Nov 05, 2012 6:02 AM

Ginger Clark
William E Moore Headstone
Thank you so much for taking the picture of my distant great Uncle. I am curious about something though. Why is his headstone not like the typical headstones in a National Cemetery? Where there many headstones like his? Was it because he died in the Civil War?
Thanks again for the picture it is greatly appreciated!! Do you have any shots of the area around him? Just wondered what his looked like in comparison to the others.

Added by Ginger Clark on Jul 30, 2012 9:46 AM

rentz family
Thank you so much for the headstone picture. Ruth

Added by RuthOtto on Jul 27, 2012 12:24 AM

rentz family
Thank you so much for the headstone picture. Ruth

Added by RuthOtto on Jul 27, 2012 12:24 AM

Sunni Winkler
Ada Sue Davison
Are you sure this is in the Maye River Cem in BEAUFORT COUNTY and not the Maye River Cem in JASPER COUNTY? There were three of us at the Beaufort Co site today and not one of us found this stone!

Added by Sunni Winkler on Jul 18, 2012 1:42 PM

Martha Reid 19 UDC
Memorial# 2951101
Are you a member of the SCV camp in Beaufort, SC? Do you know who to contact at the cemetery to correct interment records & correct headstone?

Added by Martha Reid 19 UDC on Jun 21, 2012 4:43 PM

Martha Reid 19 UDC
Memorial# 2951101
W.H. Jollis is incorrect info on headstone. The actual name is William F. Jolley/Jolly (both spellings on service record) would you kindly remove a copy of pics from memorial so I can add the proof documentation. Thank you

Added by Martha Reid 19 UDC on Jun 21, 2012 4:31 PM

Billy Walker
Four of the 97th Pa at Beaufort
Thank you again for the effort you have taken to post pictures of the tombstones of veterans of the 97th Pa buried at Beaufort. These four ( and one from the 79th Pa. Infantry) are just a few of the many you have helped with.

Added by Billy Walker on Jun 13, 2012 12:05 PM

T McNamara Photo
Thanks so much for the photo

Added by XCHIEF on Jun 01, 2012 12:18 PM

24th Infantry Division TAPS
George Spud Burdette Gordon
Thanks for the photo

Added by 24th Infantry Division TA... on May 23, 2012 1:56 PM


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