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Harriet Creswell (#47476927)
 member for 3 years, 10 months, 27 days
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Stephen Oubre
Creswell family question
Hi Harriet, Do you have any information on who the parents of Martha "Mattie" Creswell Brown were?

She was the first wife of Mathew Brown. She died around 1820 and is buried in Lower Long Cane Cemetery in South Carolina.

Here's her memorial page link:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=30452409

Added by Stephen Oubre on Aug 20, 2012 2:54 AM

AVD159
RE: Wilson marker
Hi Harriet,

I am so glad that these are the correct Wilson's. And that these were your great aunt and uncle. It is always so nice to find a lost relative. I was very glad to help you.

Arline

Added by AVD159 on Aug 01, 2012 6:17 AM

Dwight Brooks
Abbeville Wilsons
My earliest known Wilson descendant is Thomas M Wilson (1825-?) of Abbeville. I haven't been able to definitively identify his parents. Yes, the Abbeville Wilsons are very complicated.

maybe cousin :)

Dwight

Added by Dwight Brooks on Jul 31, 2012 10:32 AM

Dwight Brooks
Long Cane Wilsons
Hi Harriett,

I linked Herbert and William J Wilson to their parents. Let me know if you need anything else done.

Regards,

Dwight

Added by Dwight Brooks on Jul 31, 2012 10:06 AM

robin pellicci moore
Poem
I looked up the poem, and Mark Twain had it inscribed on his daughters grave. Most people thought he had written it so he later had the authors name added. The lines were adapted from a poem entitled "Annette" written by Robert Richardson. The poem was published in a book entitled Willow and Wattle, (1893).

Just thought you'd like to know :)

Added by robin pellicci moore on May 11, 2012 1:51 PM

robin pellicci moore
RE: Dargans in Edgewood
Harriet,

Thank you very much for sending the message about taking the grave photo of Rev Dargan's grave! You're right, that's a wonderful poem on his grave. I've never heard it before and I love it.

Thanks again,
Robin

Added by robin pellicci moore on May 11, 2012 1:42 PM

GMG
Wideman graves at Lower Long Cane A.R.P.
Harriet, many thanks for taking the photographs of Judge John Wideman and his parent's grave stones at Lower Long Cane A.R.P. cemetery in Troy, South Carolina. Your time and kindness is much appreciated. ~ George Gaston

Added by GMG on Apr 26, 2012 6:58 AM

Stephen C. Petit, Sr
RE: Gillisonville Cemetery
Harriet
I added the links you wanted, also added husband of Lavinia Creswell he was Laurie William Carter.
Steve

Added by Stephen C. Petit, Sr on Apr 18, 2012 7:11 PM

Jim Loden
RE: Addie Wilson Loden
Thank you I have added the links

Jim Loden

Added by Jim Loden on Apr 17, 2012 4:18 PM

Margie Puckett Barton
Mary F Boggs Creswell
I am trying to find out information on Mary Frances Boggs Creswell and her mother, Margaret Gibson Boggs. Please contact me at
heyred@knology.net

Thank you for all your dedication by putting the graves and photos for us that can not get to far away places.

Margie

Added by Margie Puckett Barton on Apr 09, 2012 5:00 PM

Record Hunter
Mrs. M. M. Dansby
Hello. You sent the follwoing: Mrs. M. M. Dansby's name was Malissa Crawford Dansby; married William Franklin Dansby; both buried at Upper Long Cane--you might want to put her full name since the stone does not have it. Thanks.

I have added the information you sent and up dated the family links, thank you for the information, regards, and have a great Findagrave day.

Added by Record Hunter on Apr 06, 2012 7:17 AM

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