|The Mouse Family||RE: Photo|
Not a problem, all done
Added by The Mouse Family on Oct 02, 2015 2:43 PM
|Jennie Sherrill||Re: Robt S McClure|
You're great. Thanks
Added by Jennie Sherrill on Aug 23, 2015 1:41 PM
|Jennie Sherrill||RE: Effie Cox|
Thanks to your work I've been able to connect the dots on a number of people. I'll let you be the judge on whether they should be transferred to me. I'm new to this but it's really been a thrill to be able to put these families back together, even if it's after death. It's also been interesting to learn how everyone seems to be somehow kin to everyone, especially on the westside.
- Jennie (McClure) Sherrill
Added by Jennie Sherrill on Aug 04, 2015 7:18 PM
|Maredia Haddock||In Appreciation.|
Thanks for updating the memorial and for letting me know.
Added by Maredia Haddock on Jul 26, 2015 10:56 PM
|Susan I. Grills||RE: Tim Mayes|
I didn't see section markers. However, as you enter it is on the far right side. It is in a section that has a large white statue in the middle of the section. Tim's grave is on the right side near the edge of the cemetery.
Added by Susan I. Grills on Jul 25, 2015 6:09 AM
|Barbara Yandle Morales||RE: House Family|
As for the House Family my great-aunt MaryMargaret
Yandle married Andrew's brother Ambrose and they had a ton of children. All though I have scoured both the Charlotte Observer and The Charlotte News
Newspaper I have NOT been able to find an obituary for them. There are pictures of them on line. As for the McCall you mentioned a great deal of the McCall's who lived in Mecklenburg County (especially those who attended the Philadelphia Presbyterian Church in Mint Hill really intermarried with the Yandel/Yandell branch that lived mainly in and around Pineville. In fact my 2nd great-aunt Sarah Elizabeth Yandle the daughter of William Yandle and Elizabeth Harkey Yandle married Miles Milton Yandel who is the son of Samuel Milton Yandel and his first wife
Delilah Massey. Samuel Milton Yandel married 2nd Sarah Elizabeth McCall. I have done extensive research on not only my Yandle/Yandel/Yandell/Yandles line I have also done quite a bit of research on the lines they married into including the House and McCall Lines. In fact a son of my great-uncle William Caldwell Yandle married a daughter of Ambrose House and (his own father's sister) MaryMargaret Yandle. He later on deserted her so her children reverted to using the House surname instead of the Yandle one. I am more than willing to share all I have on the Yandle, House, and McCall's.
Added by Barbara Yandle Morales on Jul 23, 2015 9:36 AM
|Judy Nation||Iva Lee Howell|
She is my 6th cousin. Judy
Added by Judy Nation on Jul 15, 2015 3:19 PM
|Judy Nation||Sarah Jane Faulkenberry|
Once upon a time, William Williams married Lucy Horton. The had 20 children !A dau., Margaret E., m. Jacob Joakim Faulkenberry, Sr. Their son, JJ Jr. m. Mary Taylor. They had John F."Big John" Faulkenberry. He m. a cousin, Margaret M Williams. One of their many children was Sara Jane, my 5th c 1xr.
My cousin who works closely with me in our genealogy, has come to the conclusion that I am related to everyone in Kershaw County and most in Lancaster , then throw a few in from Chester Chesterfield, and York Counties.
If you ever are looking for info, give me a call-912-295-4646 or firstname.lastname@example.org We have 75,218 plus in our data bases with 80,635 citations, 26,718 exhibits and 14,536 sources.
[Gary has a Master's Degree in research
librarianship-good cousin to have !]
By the way, I totally agree with you about transferring ownership to another. I will claim what I posted but not what others post. I will add family info if they do not have it but the name should be that of the one who walked the cemeteries, photoing the tombstones.
Added by Judy Nation on Jul 15, 2015 3:13 PM
|William H. Hart||Rose Alexander Smith|
I have updated the listing to include the changes you suggested. Thank you.
Added by William H. Hart on Jun 26, 2015 4:16 PM
Thank you for the additional information. I am sorry it has taken me so long to respond. My real life has kept me busy the last few weeks. Kids are home for summer break.
I appreciate all of your help.
Added by JJFester on Jun 23, 2015 2:18 PM
|ncaton||Grice, Roberts, Howard|
Would love to chat, virtually, about our common relatives. I know very little about the Howards. Simon's parents' names and not much else. According to one of Simon's sister's who provided info for several of her siblings' death certificates, Howard was born in Illinois, his father in NC, and his mother in KY. Sounds like a family that left NC for the west, and then returned. Beyond that, I've no clue. His mother's family is supposed to be Pennsylvania Dutch, and supposedly made the Communion wine for the local Lutheran Church.
I do have some info on the Roberts and Grice families.
Funny that Simon's grave is not findable when his Dad's is...
Is there a way to send a private message? I'd happily send you my email.
Added by ncaton on Jun 20, 2015 3:54 PM
|Barbara Reid Veino||McGavock Cemetery in Franklin, TN|
Yesterday I was at this cemetery and the graves you are requesting are in bad shape. The markers are very worn by weather and are very hard to read. I wish I could have given you better pics. I live here in Franklin and can get any info from the cemetery you need. I may even be able to find better photos some where. Let me know if I can help further.
Added by Barbara Reid Veino on Jun 16, 2015 4:02 PM
Appreciate info and the pictures on Thomas Roberts who died in 1954. He was married to a great aunt, Sarah Grice, sister of my great grandmother Nancy. The middle names were particularly helpful, as the repetition of Martin confirms my suspicion that there's a Martin Grice somewhere in the previous generation.
Nancy Caton in California (can't get to those NC graves very easily, lol)
Added by ncaton on Jun 14, 2015 5:03 PM
|agagee||Mary E Rainey 74568793|
The 1850 Census list her with her parents. and a brother and sister. I have linked them all. It may take a few days for the links to come through.
Added by agagee on Jun 09, 2015 1:59 PM
|Ron Byram||Grandson Of Lillie Stephens|
Hi T Stephens, Would you like a photo of Lillie?
Added by Ron Byram on Jun 07, 2015 5:28 AM
|J L Phillips||RE: Shirley Armstrong Eudy|
You are quite welcome! Joanna
Added by J L Phillips on May 30, 2015 5:42 PM
The office has not records of burials because a fire burned them up.
No need to apoligize for anything. Both cemeteries are very close together and it's no problem to going to either.
Just leave the page up and request it again if you find out anymore.
Added by Sam on May 29, 2015 1:29 PM
|Andrea B||Re: Alvin Ingram-Whitley|
Thank you for the information!
Added by Andrea B on May 25, 2015 6:55 AM
|Susan I. Grills||James Andrew McGraw|
Thanks for the obit, Terri. It gave me the correct mother and other valuable information, including the wife's maiden name, which gave me a lot more on her.
Added by Susan I. Grills on May 24, 2015 4:42 PM
|Dave Davenport||RE: Mary Walls|
I CAN DO THAT.
Added by Dave Davenport on May 20, 2015 8:36 AM
|JJFester||RE: Sigman Family/Photos|
Was there anything in the records you saw that confirmed that R. S. Sigman was the same person as Mary's husand?
It seems the C.S.A on his headstone indicates service in the confederate army during the civil war but there are no records on him for the military. There is however a Riley Silvanus Sigman who died of Typhoid, but was not the same age of Mary's husband.
I may have to order a copy of that list when we get paid next.
If the stone is for a different person I am thinking they are related and in the same plot still so maybe the other information you have requested will help with answering this too.
Thank you for all of your help.
Added by JJFester on May 19, 2015 2:25 PM
|Heather Cottrell||Wriston Children|
Thanks very much for posting a photo of the family marker on all the little ones' memorial pages. It is appreciated.
Added by Heather Cottrell on May 18, 2015 7:27 AM
|JJFester||Transfers and Cornelius Sigman Edit|
Thank you for the transfers. Please keep in touch, I would love to find out what information you find.
Thank you for the edit for Cornelius Sigman, not sure how I forgot to link them when I added him.
If you would like to see my tree on Ancestry with the Sigman's feel free to email me so I can send the invitation to the right person.
Added by JJFester on May 17, 2015 8:31 PM
Thank you so much for the photos, you have no idea how much all your information means to me after years of having no proof of where R. S. Was buried.
Also, I would love to talk to you about W.S. because I really do think it is W. D. and would like to update the information and add a bio.
Please email me and I can give you the information I have.
Added by JJFester on May 17, 2015 5:42 PM
|Michelle Condra||RE: Beatties Ford Memorial Gardens|
They do not have a No Trespassing sign and there is no sign saying No Photos. I am unsure why they are so rude to anyone trying to photograph anything, but have my suspicions based on some Google reviews I read.
There is a sign asking that you be respectful and not enter the graveyard from dusk until dawn. The gates are closed around 6pm (which is not dusk this time of year), but you can go around the gate if you choose to walk. I am not recommending it as I don't know if that constitutes trespassing, but did see some visitors parking outside the gates and taking flowers in.
Frankly, I have never seen a cemetery keep "business hours" and only allow family members to visit on their schedule and ban photographs. It seems odd to me.
Best of luck!
Added by Michelle Condra on May 08, 2015 6:32 AM