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Florence Barnick (#47191194)
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Barbara HARMS Craig
RE: Taylor

Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on Nov 25, 2013 9:05 AM

Barbara HARMS Craig
RE: Taylor

Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on Nov 25, 2013 9:04 AM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Taliaferro
The drop of two memorials was due to my moving their memorials to their correct place of interment. Sorry for having them incorrectly listed. And thanks for all your hard work on Find A Grave!

Added by Todd Whitesides on Nov 22, 2013 11:10 AM

Val Campbell
RE: John Pearson

I am a relative (second cousin) that has done genealogy for many years. I do not personally know this family but would like to make contact. They are the part of the Pearson family who went to the U.S.

It was unfortunate to hear of Richard's passing but I'm glad to hear that it turned out to be such a lovely day.

Yes, I will gladly take over the memorial; if any of the immediate family would like to have it transferred to them I would be happy to do so.

Thank you,


Added by Val Campbell on Sep 25, 2013 12:53 PM

Dr. Stanley Stepanic
I sent a message to your email. I'm working on something. Maybe if things go right we can get some funding for that gate!

Added by Dr. Stanley Stepanic on Aug 25, 2013 9:47 PM

Dr. Stanley Stepanic
RE: Littrells
Just received verification from a photography expert in Great Britain. The portrait, indeed as I thought, had to be taken in the 20th century, he estimated somewhere in the 1920s. I believe it has to have been taken after they were married in 1928.

Added by Dr. Stanley Stepanic on Aug 21, 2013 3:17 PM

Dr. Stanley Stepanic
RE: Littrells
That would be excellent, actually. I have a hunch it's the one relative who I believe recently died (in the past 5 years). An older gentleman, who I believe was named Jody Littrell. If the picture came from him, I'd bet he knew a little about the history and was trying to make sure they were properly honored. I'd like to add to the stone myself!

Added by Dr. Stanley Stepanic on Aug 21, 2013 3:11 PM

Dr. Stanley Stepanic
RE: Hilda Littrell Anderson
No problem. I was particularly interested in this one. Hopefully I can verify the picture, but it's doubtful. Her only living relative who would remember something, if anything, would be her daughter. Unfortunately, it seems the last record of her is a census in Fredericksburg from 1940 when she was still living with her grandmother, Dora, who passed away in 1941. After that, no sign of her. Her father got out of jail in 1939, but apparently had no contact with them whatsoever. I assume he probably went into the war but I'm going to see what I can find. Margaret would be around 84 by now. Strangely, I found a Dora Littrell who married a James Littrell and moved to Missouri and then died there in 1941. Even stranger is this woman was born in the same state and city as Dora as far as my research shows. I think it may be her, otherwise an unusual coincide. If Hilda's daughter is still alive she may have pictures or something, but based on the circumstances I wouldn't doubt the memory was erased from her life and her family likely shielded her from the truth.

Added by Dr. Stanley Stepanic on Aug 21, 2013 8:19 AM

Dr. Stanley Stepanic
RE: Hilda Littrell Anderson
I would really like to know what happened to Margaret. I found out her sister, Myrtle, died of a "prolonged illness" according to the obituary, not sure what though, I'll have to check death records. I'm not family, no, I found Hilda's portrait at an antique store, and using the initials on her locket was able to track her down. Once I did, I started to find out all the information about her via newspapers. Shot in the heart by her husband during an apparent tryst. Talk about a tragic, symbolic death. I'm still digging up information about her, it's very interesting and puts a story behind her picture. I need to verify it's her, indeed, in the photo, I only had clues to go on. That might not be possible, unfortunately, but all signs point to it being her. It was found in a storage locker from a relative (either died or was put in a home). I think this kind of thing is important, no one wants to die forgotten, so I took it upon myself to find out about her.

Added by Dr. Stanley Stepanic on Aug 19, 2013 12:49 PM


I know someone else is going to photograph these graves but from a book I have which was prepared by the Indian River Genealogy Society, I can tell you that Mary (Murkland) was born 10-30-1895 (death date after copyright)and Hugh M. b. 9/22/1894 died 7/13/1964 FL 2nd Lt. Air Services WWI.


Added by MBW on Jul 12, 2013 6:00 PM

Mrs. Barbara Grimshaw
Andrew Jackson Byram
Hi Florence:

I was doing research for one of my husband's employees, who is directly related to Lord Byron.
That's how I got involved with Andrew Jackson Byram/Byron.

Since I had this information, I thought it would be good to post it on Find A Grave so others would benefit.

Glad I was able to help.

Barbara Grimshaw

Added by Mrs. Barbara Grimshaw on Jul 10, 2013 7:01 AM

kevin & andrea
mildred larkin
thanks for the info. being in SC, i was going on what family had told me. will fix this weekend...

Added by kevin & andrea on Jul 08, 2013 9:32 PM

RE: Alexander Muse
My pleasure!!

Added by sanford on Apr 24, 2013 6:24 AM

Cemetery and Anne
Hello there, thanks for your note. I was only able to visit the cemetery once when we were in Virginia. Out here, for volunteer photos I take, I post a picture that reads "unmarked grave" and a spot of grass or note, otherwise people keep requesting the same headstone photo of one that doesn't exist. It's up to you, but if I am notified something doesn't exist I could post that info to what I request.

Ann Martin Stoffregen had a daughter Jeanette, who married George L. Hunter, Jr. George was my husband's grandfather's brother. I try to collect headstone photos whenever the possibility pops up in my search.

Thanks for your help!

Added by Crystal on Apr 16, 2013 9:08 PM

Todd Whitesides
I haven't forgotten, just have had no time to follow up with a visit to the library.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Mar 18, 2013 12:15 PM

David Brauer
Thanks for the correction, I have made the changes, The reason I listed it in the City Cemetery is that was what his obit stated. Thank you for pointing me in the correct direction. Marsha

Added by MGBVA on Mar 11, 2013 12:04 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Taliaferro
I wasn't able to make it to the library. If you can tolerate my slowness I will get back to you when I'm able to follow up on them. Sorry for the delay.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Feb 25, 2013 10:03 AM

Debra Frieden
Would you please transfer Hugh Doggett Scott to me as well. He is my great grandfather. Thank you.

Added by Debra Frieden on Feb 14, 2013 9:14 PM

Debra Frieden
Would you please transfer Mrs. Lola Scott to me? She is my great grandmother. Thank you.

Added by Debra Frieden on Feb 14, 2013 9:12 PM

Todd Whitesides
RE: Taliaferro
I will followup on your question with a visit to my local library where I saw the book I mentioned. I won't be able to go until next week though. We'll figure this one out.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Feb 01, 2013 4:34 PM

Todd Whitesides
Taliaferros in Fredericksburg Cemetery
The information on their burial locations came from a published volume of family Bible records on Caroline County families. It included some obituaries in the Taliaferro portion which is where I extracted my notes.

Added by Todd Whitesides on Jan 30, 2013 9:47 PM

source for info on John was the Library of Va. I changed his and Benj. burial to Unknown. they are probably buried there in unmarked graves.

Added by deegraver on Jan 11, 2013 10:08 AM

anna raines
I found another memorial for her in Georgia. thank you.

Added by deegraver on Jan 10, 2013 6:19 PM

Agnes Griffin
Hi! Thank you for the info. I have moved her to the confederate cemetery. Happy Holidays! Pat

Added by Pat on Dec 01, 2012 5:00 PM

I asked you the other day to move these
Hi! I am not always on the computer every day and findagrave allows 30 days to make changes. Be patience. Thank you. Pat

Hi, I asked you the other day to move these, and now I've confirmed that they ARE in the Confederate Cemetery, in fact, they are in Section 8, Lot 146. He is in grave #3 and she is in #4. This is from Robert Hodge's book "Citizen Burials in the Fredericksburg Confederate Cemetery". You can add that when you fix the Cemetery listing. Thanks, Florence

Added by Pat on Sep 29, 2012 8:51 PM


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