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Linda Gibbs (#47433212)
 member for 5 years, 7 months, 22 days
William Wayne Metcalf
RE: Metcalf
Chauncey was my grandfather's brother.

Added by William Wayne Metcalf on Nov 10, 2015 12:58 AM

RE: Hello
awww hello dear :)) Im sorry to say I shut down my FB page months ago-- aw drats ... if you think i should start another one i certainly WILL. Just for this. Thank you so much and i am looking forward to yr reply. If you would like my email- that would be great as well. Sorry for my late one. So much going on in life these days..SO much...geez....please forgive me and BLESS you. :)

Added by Stacy on Oct 30, 2015 2:18 PM

RE: Hello
oh my goodness ! :)) thats great news. I actually spoke with a cemetery employee about the cost of a plaque and i know they are quite pricey. But I am so happy to know he now has a plaque. And a lovely one it is!

Thank you and bless.

Added by Stacy on Aug 23, 2015 10:38 AM

Harry Eskridge
RE: Nina Eskridge
Hi Coz Linda --

Glad you reached out to me. I have never talked to a family member from my grandmother's side -- the Meredith side. Nina was my grandmother. My dad was her youngest child -- Jimmy.

I live in Charlotte. My dad was the last of Nina's children to die and he died a couple years ago. Would enjoy hearing about you and any work you have done or know about on the Meredith side -- I get back a couple generations, but can't seem to get out of the mountains.

Feel free to use my regular e mail if you would like:



Added by Harry Eskridge on Aug 23, 2015 8:49 AM

Linda Evans
Added info to Calahan history
Thanks Linda for the adding the information we talked about😊

Added by Linda Evans on May 21, 2015 11:53 AM

RE: Annie Meredith Callahan
You can certainly add your grandmother's obituary.

I was wondering if you would like for me to transfer her to you also. Do let me know, and I will be glad to do that.

Added by SleepingDog on Jun 09, 2014 6:56 PM

RE: Minnie Callahan

Thanks again! I loved my Aunt Minnie dearly (and Uncle Harry. Johnny's daughter Chritie and I were close as kids, and we used to visit them a lot when we were kids, I didn't even realize that Johnny had passed, although I've thought of him often over the years.

I have a family tree on, as well as my work here; and as I said, if there is any information that I have acess to that you might find helpful, please give me a shout.


Added by momofanodd1 on Jul 05, 2013 1:04 PM

Looks like we have a few reqaltives in common, and I appreciate your entries here. My father (Archie Henry Harvey, Jr.) was Minnie Harvey Callahan's brother. She was the oldest child in the family, my dad was the second oldest and the only boy.

Thanks again for your good work on here and if there is any possibility that I would have any information that might be helpful to you, please feel free to contact me.

~Jana Harvey Williams

Added by momofanodd1 on Jul 04, 2013 3:03 PM

RE: Hello
Hey there :) Wow! Im sorry for the late reply. I have had some hard times- I should say WE. My mother's family. ...My grandfather is dying. He has been thru a chaotic time for over a year. Its been unreal.

But this is a big cheer-up for me and I appreciate this so much. Wow,,,I will certainly email ya and please know I am appreciative of any info and pics and ,,,,anything. I have lots of info from Ancestry. But I am deeply curious about,,,anything. Hehe! I LOVE the photos you have posted here on find-a-grave. These are my folks. My family. My dear granny's people. Ruby was a warm beautiful woman. I had 2 very loving , respectable grandparents and they enstilled a lot in me. I miss Granny Ruby more than I can say but- oh well- time goeson and her family is fascinating.

I thank you again and I will be in touch or,,if you dont hear from me sooner,,,please feel free to email me anytime. I enjoy chattin about things. I work nights. I work in a mill- of course (sigh) so,,,I try to catch up online when i can but- i cant thank ya enough just for replying and acknowledging my curiosities.

Blessings & peace

Added by Stacy on Mar 24, 2013 8:26 AM

I am the granddaughter of Ruby Callahan Pulliam. I Dont know if you have seen my notes and things on your great memorials. I thank you so much for these memorials of my family. These people are my folks. My grandmothers people. But -One of Burt's sons was Robert. My great great grandfather. Would you happen to have any info or would you know ANYthing that would be interesting for me to know about him? All I know of great grandpa Charles (Roberts son) is that he is buried in Reidlawn. (same as granny Ruby & Papa Clyde and others) But anything about Robert & Great grandpa Charles that you may know woul dreally make my day. If you have any photos please - I ask you humbly- to share them. I hope you and your family are having a good Holiday so far. Have a great Christmas ans thank you again for helping me learn more about my family. Peace & blessings. ~Stacy

Added by Stacy on Dec 05, 2012 11:29 PM

Taylor Whisonant
Thank you ever so much for the headstone of the Luck and Handy Family. I probably would not never seen them, if you had not taken the time to take the pictures.

Thanks again and God Bless,

Taylor Whisonant,
Opp, Alabama

Added by Taylor Whisonant on Oct 11, 2012 8:26 AM

Dianne Blakey-Head
Lillie A Finney
Thank you for taking the time to take this photo for me. Dianne Head

Added by Dianne Blakey-Head on Oct 07, 2012 4:42 PM

Agnes Frye
Thank you
Thanks, Linda, for referring me to this site. I enjoy looking at it. It was good to see you and Peggy at the reunion yesterday. We had some good food, didn't we?


Added by Agnes Frye on Oct 07, 2012 1:28 PM

Jane M. Howard
RE: James Mitchell Meredith#28562625
Please go to the memorial in question, click edit and suggest a correction. Thanks.

Added by Jane M. Howard on Oct 05, 2012 12:26 AM

David Clay
RE: Baby Boy Gibbs
You are referring to Baby Gibbs at Danview Cemetery? Hope so, because I added his parents to that memorial. Did his father die in the war?


Added by David Clay on Oct 04, 2012 6:54 PM

Joel's Obituary
I just had an idea. If you go to the main Greensboro libary downtown, they have all of the old newspapers on microfilm. You should be able to look his obituary up from one of the newspapers that came out a day or two after he died.

Added by SleepingDog on Sep 30, 2012 12:43 PM

RE: Joel Walsie Callahan
Genealogy Bank won't let me put in a first name. (Isn't that crazy???) But I looked thru all of the Callahans that came up in NC, and he didn't appear to be there. Sometimes I can't put in a date, either. So you see how messed up their search feature is. They should make it so that we can put in full names, and dates.

I was really lucky to find Jabez---which only had his initials, but I found him by the month and year of his death. I haven't been able to get Joel at all. (Even tried Walsie---but they won't let me put the first name.)

Added by SleepingDog on Sep 30, 2012 12:40 PM

RE: Joel Walsie Callahan
I haven't been able to find a thing about him. Those newspapers are very disappointing in most cases. Another Joel Callahan kept popping up. A Maj. Joel T. Callahan had a lot of articles about him because of his job (I think in the Army Corps of Engineers).

Genealogy Bank doesn't have any of the smaller town newspapers---mostly those from the larger cities. But Joel's obituary should be in at least the Greensboro paper, and maybe the Winston-Salem papers. The thing is that they don't have all of those--or if they do, they don't always have a way of finding what needs to be found. They need to come up with a better way---and to include all of the papers.

I went ahead and added an entry for Eliphalet Callahan from his Civil War records. But since I don't know where he was buried, he's in an "unknown" place of burial. If you ever want me to transfer the Callahan entries to you, just let me know.

Added by SleepingDog on Sep 30, 2012 6:32 AM

RE: Fuchsia Edna Calahan Jones
Visited with Mildred last year when were in the area. Still lives in the Old Minter Home Place and still going strong at 84 yrs. old.

Added by billy on Sep 26, 2012 9:30 AM

Lady Nan
RE: Matilda Jarvis Ponder Calahan( Callahan)
I deleted mine although the tombstone says Calahan and that's why I did the duplicate. Thanks Nan

Added by Lady Nan on Sep 26, 2012 5:35 AM

RE: Fuchsia Edna Calahan Jones
Not directly. Her dau. Vivian married my uncle Paul. Her son Bobby & I were boyhood buddies. They lived behind our home on Scott St.

Added by billy on Sep 25, 2012 8:36 PM

RE: Fuchsia Edna Calahan Jones
Thank you again Linda. I will change it back. She was a very special lady to me and I want to be sure we get it right.

Added by billy on Sep 25, 2012 7:42 PM

RE: Fuchsia Edna Calahan Jones
Glad to honor your request Linda. Also added that extra "L".

Added by billy on Sep 25, 2012 6:58 PM

For her, you will need to contact the person who added her to Find A Grave, and ask them to connect her to her parents. Find A Grave programming won't let me add someone else's entry to their parents.

To do this--go to the "edit" block at the top and click on that. It will automatically take you to an area where you can type in your request to whoever put her in. Just be sure to tell him her father's name and entry number, and her mother's name and entry number.

It makes it easier for them so that they don't have to search for her.

Added by SleepingDog on Sep 25, 2012 10:55 AM

I See The Problem
I'm sorry. It was me that messed up. I left out the extra "d" in your name in your email address.

I'll get that information to you ASAP---especially the picture and Levi's place of burial.

Added by SleepingDog on Sep 25, 2012 4:08 AM


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