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Kerry Hughes (#47062849)
 member for 5 years, 10 months, 9 days
Saratoga
RE: Edward W. Hughes
Send me which ones you many want. Please, however use the edit feature. It makes it much easier on me to make sure to send the correct memorial.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jan 28, 2014 10:05 AM

Saratoga
RE: Edward W. Hughes
Kerry, if these Hughes are your family I'd be glad to transfer them if you're interested.

Thanks again for your help.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jan 27, 2014 1:08 PM

Saratoga
RE: Edward W. Hughes
Kerry, I found both Josiah and Mary and did memorials for them, and linked all the children I could locate.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jan 27, 2014 7:31 AM

Saratoga
Edward W. Hughes
Hi Kerry, thanks for the information. No I did not create a memorial for the Edward who died in 1943. You can create the memorial if you so wish. If you want me to, please let me know. He is the correct husband for Virginia Randolph Pinckney.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jan 23, 2014 4:47 PM

Nicky Smith
RE: Walter Hughes
Is the Walter Hughes you are looking for possibly William W. Hughes born about 1879 in Georgia and died 26 Mar 1966. Parents were Humphrey O Hughes (1855-1905) and mother Agusta L.

Added by Nicky Smith on Sep 29, 2013 9:30 PM

Nicky Smith
RE: Walter Hughes
I don;t think this is who you are looking for because this Walter Hughes died at age 12. I will keep looking. Walter S. Hughes was the third child of James W. and Mary Elizabeth Courtney Hughes. Walter was born 19 Oct 1876. In 1880 Walter was living with his parents, older brother John, 8, older sister, Julia L., 6, and younger sister, Alice, 1, and his maternal grandmother, Mary Askew Courtney, 63, in Rockdale County, Georgia. Walter died 05 Mar 1889 at the age of twelve. He is buried in the Hughes plot in Cool Springs Cemetery, Bouldercrest Rd., Atlanta, GA.

Added by Nicky Smith on Sep 29, 2013 9:15 PM

Rebecca Burnham Kallaher
RE: John H Hughes
That was all the information I had on him.
I am not related to him.

Added by Rebecca Burnham Kallaher on Sep 29, 2013 3:57 PM

Nadine
St Phillips church

I saw your post to Saratoga. I know how hard it is to go so far back.
I found this book only a couple of days ago. I'm looking into the "old Charles Town" time era. (Addison family) This book is the Register of St Philips Parish of Charles Town 1720-1758. ( I took just a quick look at Index. found, Anthony, Benj. Ann. on page 151 Anthony married Ann Brandford March 13,1721. but there is MORE. I hop this links works if not google it. http://books.google.com/books?id=hvAxAQAAMAAJ&q=addison#v=onepage&q&f=false
Nadine

Added by Nadine on Aug 02, 2013 9:09 AM

Saratoga
RE: Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground:
I'll keep an eye out for Hughes on my travels. The Mathew's family you speak about is probably correctly spelled Mathewes. The progenitor of this family was Anthony Matthewes who came from London and died in Charleston in 1735. He's buried at the Circular Church. After awhile the second "T" in Matthewes was dropped off. I guess it got too confusing even for them. There was a son George in this family who married Mary Saltus. Good luck in your research. I looked for Hughes in all my books and did not find him. Another needle in the haystack.

John

Added by Saratoga on Aug 01, 2013 3:59 AM

Saratoga
RE: Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground:
If he died in Summerville that would not be included in the death records since it's not in Charleston County, but Dorchester County. The only church cemetery that I know of at the time of 1835 in Summerville was St. Paul's Epsicopal. That's documented at Find a grave. If he lived in Summerville he could have been buried on a family plantation. Do you know when or what year he was born, and where? Around 1930 the WPA transcibed all the Charleston cemeteries including the Circular Church. Edward's name was not listed, however, I have found that the WPA are not all inclusive.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jul 31, 2013 4:31 PM

Saratoga
RE: Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground:
Hi Kerrie, if Hughes is not documented at the Find A Grave site it's not recorded. The cemetery took a beating in the Revolutionary and more so in the Civil War. Many heasdtones were lost to cannon fire. Did you check the death records for South Carolina at Ancestry? It's possible the record is there. If they died after 1820 there's a good chance a record was made. I've walked the Circular Church many times and if there isn't a record listed with a photo then I suspect there is no headstone.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jul 31, 2013 3:46 PM

ole nilsen
RE: Muriel
that's okay I too am looking for my ancestors final resting places and know how you feel I was glad to help and if I can be off further assistance don't hesitate to ask

Added by ole nilsen on Jul 24, 2013 5:07 AM

ole nilsen
muriel dorothy coghlan ticehurst
it was a nice beautiful sunny day when I took these pictures and was very happy to help as I am also chasing pictures of family resting sites from all over the world anything else I can help with don't hesitate to ask

Added by ole nilsen on Jul 23, 2013 4:36 AM

Jaycie Smith
Hughes
Are there any other Hughes's in that cemetery that you would like transferred?

Added by Jaycie Smith on Jun 18, 2013 5:02 PM

Bobby Hobson
RE: Hughes/Mathews
Hi thanks for writing, I feel that Edward and Louisa Hughes are most likely buried in the Circular Churchyard Cemetery with no markers, I don't see why they would have been buried anywhere else.

Added by Bobby Hobson on Jun 15, 2013 7:50 PM

Saratoga
RE: Circular Congregational Church Burying Ground:
My pleasure, thanks for taking the time to write and let me know. It keeps me going. Good luck in all you do!

John

Added by Saratoga on Jun 14, 2013 4:01 PM

Cindy Chitty Badon
RE: suggestions added
Your welcome. Just trying to connect the dots...
Cindy

Added by Cindy Chitty Badon on Apr 22, 2010 12:31 AM

James W. Gandy
RE: Sarah Ann Kelly
You're welcome, was not a problem, glad I could help.

Added by James W. Gandy on Apr 08, 2009 10:15 AM

Ron Manley
H P Bishop memorial transfer
Many thanks, Kerry!

Ron Manley

Added by Ron Manley on Feb 17, 2009 4:35 PM

R. Jones
Crowville Masonic Cem
Glad to have been able to help you Kerry. It was also nice to view your picture and have a face to put with with your names. Rita Jones from the Crowville, LA.

Added by R. Jones on Jan 10, 2009 12:47 AM

Karen Klemm Pinckard
Hughes
Kerry,

You are very Welcome. If there is anything else please, feel free. I am out and about this area everyday.

Added by Karen Klemm Pinckard on Jan 09, 2009 3:57 AM

Glenda Warner Boyd
Cora Kelly Eldridge
Kerry,

I am happy to transfer the memorial to you!

Glenda

Added by Glenda Warner Boyd on Jan 04, 2009 1:22 PM

 
 

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