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Charlotte Ann Price (#47625664)
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Denise Bowman Flynn
RE: Names of out Mothers
Definitely

Added by Denise Bowman Flynn on Nov 17, 2014 10:07 AM

Dave Price
RE: William Chesley PriceMem# 68875898.
David Wesley Price #47938153 is not related to William Chesley Price #68875898.
The parents of William Chesley Price #47938153 who is buried in the Price Cemetery near Priceville Rd & Windmill Rd in Lexington County are Daniel W Price (1820 - 7 Oct 1864) and Martha "Miley" Taylor. Source of this info is the work of Janice Gartman Lee and the US Census cited below. This 1860 census citation shows Daniel in "Priceville" SC at age 39 (birth year 1820 or 1821), his wife "Miley" (Martha) age 34 (birth year 1825 or 1826) and William C Price age 13 (birth year 1846 or 1847) - matching his tombstone.

Citing this Record
"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZTD-4P9 : accessed 17 Nov 2014), Daniel Price, The Vicinity Of Rocky Well, Lexington, South Carolina, United States; from "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. 114, household ID 853, NARA microfilm publication M653; NARA microfilm publication M653. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.; FHL microfilm 805222.

I don't really rely on Find-A-Grave as a good source of family links. The photos are the real treasure here and they speak for themselves, although there may be errors caused by survivors who didn't know the correct birth year. I participate in FamilySearch.org because they have built in lots means of coordinating research, they ask for sources on all changes, and they have an excellent volunteer system of moving microfilmed records to a database.

Dave

Added by Dave Price on Nov 17, 2014 9:50 AM

Denise Bowman Flynn
Maiden Names
I am glad you included this on your profile page. I too, LOVE, researching the maiden names of my ancestry. Without them where would we bed?

Added by Denise Bowman Flynn on Nov 17, 2014 9:21 AM

Denise Bowman Flynn
RE: The Cemetery calld Anding Cem..do you have an address?
Section 2, Township 7, Range 6

From the intersection of Hwy 51 and Hwy 550
go west on Hwy 550 for 6.8 miles. Turn left onto Jackson Liberty Road and go 3.3 miles. Turn right on Arthur Drive. The cemetery is 1.9 miles down this road on the right in the woods just before you come to the transmission lines. Vernon Case gave this information. He enclosed the cemetery with a fence several years ago.

Hope this helps.

Added by Denise Bowman Flynn on Nov 17, 2014 8:03 AM

Denise Bowman Flynn
RE: The Cemetery calld Anding Cem..do you have an address?
I'll look for info tomorrow. My book is out in my office.

Added by Denise Bowman Flynn on Nov 16, 2014 6:42 PM

Gerald Allred
John Eli Anding Cemetery
Charlotte I am going to MS soon and want to find the John Eli Anding cemetery. One of my ancestors, Rebecca Cupit McCall Anding appears to be buried there. Would love any directions or coordinates.

Gerald Allred

Added by Gerald Allred on Nov 16, 2014 10:04 AM

Mary
Hi, Charlotte Ann,
I'm sorry but I don't have any info on Elizabeth. I happened to choose her name at random and left her some flowers.

You can contact whoever created her grave site or the team here at Find A Grave. They might have some information or ideas to help you find out more about her.

Good Luck and Take Care,

Mary

Added by Mary on Nov 14, 2014 4:29 PM

Rebecca Poole
RE: 94138873 Ross
You're very welcome.

Added by Rebecca Poole on Nov 12, 2014 6:42 AM

Katrina
Findagrave Reminder
Virtual flowers are left for a tribute to the deceased. Please do not add biographical information to the virtual flowers section of memorial pages. Please remove any that you have added. You can submit the information through the edit tab on the memorial page. Thank you for your understanding.

Added by Katrina on Nov 11, 2014 11:26 AM

Tracy S. Miller
Question about Elizabeth Price Hendrix
Greetings. First of all, thank you so much for your dedication and hard work with cemetaries. You truly are a big asset to ancestry research.

I have some questions about Elizabeth Price Hendrix, #58512408, who is supposedly buried at St. Andrews. Firstly, I asked a volunteer to take a photo of her grave, and the volunteer responded he didn't find any Hendrix graves there. Are you positive she is buried at this cemetery?

Second, how certain are you that she was a Price? I'm about 99% positive she was born Elizabeth Miller, daughter of my 3rd g-grandfather Joshua Miller (1790-1851). I say that based on knowledge of Census records that verify she had both Snelgrove and Hendrix husbands, as mentioned in both Joshua Miller's will in 1844 and the disposition of his assets when his widow Dolly died in 1882. These records also mention that Elizabeth's Hendrix children married Wingard and Keisler husbands, which solidifies that certainty that Elizabeth was the daughter of Joshua Miller.

Added by Tracy S. Miller on Nov 11, 2014 7:16 AM

Anna Jaech
RE: Captain Joshua Renfro
I've not entirely eliminated Joseph Renfro & Mary Owen as parents of Joshua Renfro; the problem is that I have never seen a shred of viable proof - or even orderly research. Quite possibly it exists. There are many libraries! About 100 years ago it was fashionable to claim a Jamestown settler. One was said to be Lord Abernathy, Baron James Renfrew. This title is held to this day - it is the oldest title of Prince Charles. Modern researchers have been unable to find a single male descendant of the Baron. There were 3 daughters, one being Mary Queen of Scots. The fact that she was the heir to the throne of Scotland seems to confirm that there were no male heirs. It was this unprovable idea that put forward Mary Owen Randolph because that family was tied to Jamestown. When she didn't fit, her name was shortened to Mary Owen. If you ever find proof, please let me know!

Added by Anna Jaech on Nov 07, 2014 10:18 AM

abaird
will of John Hinton d.1844
mine line
Josiah Settle Graves
John Hinton Graves
Martha Hinton
John Hinton died 1844
I am trying to find a will for John Hinton who owned Crab Tree Plantation & married Sarah Bryan. I am also interested in ANY Pictures in my various NC lines. I have no idea if I have something you would like or not but if I do am happy to share. Thanks Alex Baird

Added by abaird on Nov 06, 2014 7:38 PM

Everett Baranowski
Extra Info on the Price Family
Photos were uploaded for Huldric Jr. as well as his parents.

Added by Everett Baranowski on Nov 04, 2014 12:28 AM

Everett Baranowski
RE: Huldric & Lucy Price
Hello Charlotte! Your response came rather quick! Less than a half hour in fact. Hope you enjoyed the photos. I was just finishing up with another photo request when I saw I had a message. I have additional information available that cannot be shared on Find-A-Grave. I have an electronic copy of the St. Peter's cemetery plot map if you have an interest in visiting the grave in-person some time. I also have a close-up photo of the lettering on the grave. If you're interested in either, please feel free to look up my profile and send me an e-mail. St. Peter's is where the couple is actually buried, but F-A-G lots about 4 cemeteries which all share boundary lines together into one virtual cemetery.

Added by Everett Baranowski on Nov 04, 2014 12:20 AM

Carrick-Na-Maxwell
Photo of "William Boone"
You have a photograph for Find A Grave Memorial# 86479404
William Boone
B:
1724 in Philadelphia County, PA
D:
1771 This could not be as photography was not in existance at this time. Where did this photo come from. My guess, a later William Boone at best.
Carolyn

Added by Carrick-Na-Maxwell on Oct 30, 2014 9:55 AM

J. H. O'Cain Jr
Georgie Price
I have been researching Gabriel Felkel and family and had an inkling she might his daughter. Other researchers have Georgie married to a First cousin Felkel!!!! . Thanks for your help clearing this up.

Jim

Added by J. H. O'Cain Jr on Oct 27, 2014 5:55 PM

J. H. O'Cain Jr
George Manning Price
Are you related to George Manning Price 1833-1915 and have any information on the maiden name of his wife Georgie?

Jim

Added by J. H. O'Cain Jr on Oct 26, 2014 9:48 PM

R. Miller
RE: Mary Ellen Price Shannon
I don't know; I don't have that information yet. The earliest record I have for Mary Ellen Price is the 1850 Browning, De Kalb County, Georgia census. I can tell you that the records I have found for her so far tell me that she is from South Carolina, the same as Moses Mobley Shannon. I don't know if they married in South Carolina or in Georgia.

I hope this helps you in your search. If you happen across the information that you seek I would be very grateful if you would share it with me.

Thanks!

Added by R. Miller on Oct 16, 2014 1:24 PM

NatalieMaynor
RE: James (Jim) Madison Price
I wish I could help, but I don't know anything at all about the Price family and don't remember that cemetery at all, though I apparently once visited it since my name is under the gate shot.

Added by NatalieMaynor on Oct 16, 2014 1:12 PM

Jimmy Wallace
Wallace
Are you a Wallace descendant?

Added by Jimmy Wallace on Oct 16, 2014 7:23 AM

Dianna Price
RE: Beatrice Price
Hello,
To the best of my knowledge, Beatrice(Connell)Price's mother was Ophelia Craker, born 1870. I couldn't find any info on her father.

Beatrice had several siblings; Arbelia, Hilburn, Oscar, Virl, Arly and Bernella. Some had the Connell name and some were Craker.

I hope this helps! :-)
Dianna

Added by Dianna Price on Oct 15, 2014 8:09 AM

Brett Langston Rowland
RE: Evan James Buckley..parents are
you are incorrect. check the surname against the marriage dates. Both parents you have listed were married twice.

Added by Brett Langston Rowland on Oct 11, 2014 10:08 AM

Robin Knowles Miner
Mamie Adel Turner Knowles 23320164
You said she was your 2nd cousin?

She is the wife of my 1st Cousin, 3 x removed, Martin Walter Knowles - so I guess we are very remotely related!!!!

Robin Knowles Miner

Added by Robin Knowles Miner on Oct 09, 2014 5:34 PM

pcarney
RE: Rev Joseph Price Howe
The family story that has been handed down was that Joseph took his wife's maiden name as his middle name to honor her.

Added by pcarney on Oct 08, 2014 8:50 AM

Richard Broughton
RE: 39567950
You are very welcome. Glad to help.

Added by Richard Broughton on Sep 28, 2014 8:14 PM

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