LOL, I wish I could! That's what I get for typing too fast! It won't let me correct the typo. :(
Added by T.V.F.T.H. on May 25, 2015 8:33 AM
I will delete the one in Norwood. Thanks for the corrections.
Have a great day,
Added by Cindy Allman on May 07, 2015 8:44 AM
|Lisa Oxendine||Vietta Oxendine|
Thanks so much for taking the picture.
Added by Lisa Oxendine on Apr 29, 2015 6:20 PM
|Charlotte||Thank you !|
Deleted - with best regards !
Added by Charlotte on Apr 14, 2015 6:33 AM
|pallred||RE: Thomas Lee Craft & Thomas Eddins|
Sources cited and resubmitted
Added by pallred on Mar 23, 2015 11:19 AM
|pallred||David James Floyd|
Thank you for the photo of the above memorial.
Added by pallred on Mar 16, 2015 9:24 AM
|pallred||RE: Nancy Jane "Nannie" Williams Thompson Hardister|
Added by pallred on Mar 15, 2015 9:12 PM
|Sue Lilley||Larry Hinson|
Made the changes you suggested. Would you like a transfer?
Added by Sue Lilley on Feb 02, 2015 12:10 PM
Thank you for adding the Shinn Family Grave photos from Norwood Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Dec 09, 2014 10:02 AM
|Esther Kinder||Hinson Headstones|
Thank you so very much Jane for finding and photographing the headstones for me. You are truly a treasure dear one.
Added by Esther Kinder on Nov 13, 2014 11:13 AM
|Robert C. Peurifoy||RE: Hancock graves|
Jane, thank you for your kind offer. Most of the people I photographed at the Norwood Cemetery are my Mother's family, the Staton's. My Grandmother was a Moore. The only other I think was the Avett family. My wife was friends of their son in Murphy and they actually published our wedding program 34 years ago.
I'm going to try the new photo uploading of photo's with GPS. Susan Gillis has also begun doing parts of Carolina Park. We've been coordinating our efforts by sections. I may be there either Tuesday, weather permitting, or the 23rd. Have one section which I've done one end of, but not the other. I just finished most of the Fountain section. Have three more smaller sections on an older computer. Just need to transfer them to my new faster computer.
The new photo edit you can go ahead an upload from a smart phone and then have 10 days to transcribe and then turned over for others to complete.
It's just the research that takes time. I send out as many request for changes as you do. I do more than just add names and dates.
Thank you for your efforts.
Added by Robert C. Peurifoy on Oct 12, 2014 7:27 PM
|Lee Ann Swanner Hodnett||RE: J C Hinson|
You are most welcome. Glad I could help.
I don't live near there, but was visiting my son who goes to church there & took as many photos as I could.
Added by Lee Ann Swanner Hodnett on Oct 12, 2014 12:41 PM
|Robert C. Peurifoy||Hancock graves|
Thanks for the edits. Wish I had spent more time in researching the family. My GGgrandmother was a Handcock. Family myth was that we were descendants of John Hancock of the Declaration of Independence. Of course, since he had no children......Maybe a brother!
Anyway, I may get around to it some day. None of my Staton relatives are interested in the family history and now with my Mom gone the drive just isn't there.
Added by Robert C. Peurifoy on Oct 11, 2014 11:22 AM
|Sherlocks Cousin||RE: Edits!|
So right....1 things leads to another and another. It's like the Energizer Bunny...keeps going and going-lol. Ronnie did give me some of my blood relatives to maintain. If you need something just let me know.
Added by Sherlocks Cousin on Sep 27, 2014 8:20 AM
Goodness gracious cousin - you are REALLY busy today - LOL Have a good one.
Added by Sherlocks Cousin on Sep 23, 2014 10:30 AM
|Record Keeper||Badin Cemeteries|
I have been searching and found Oakview & Eastside. Oakview has 17 burials and Eastside has 14. I found some African-Americans from Badin who served in WW1, some receiving medals, but no burial place listed for them. I did find mention of a Scarbrough cemetery in Badin but have not found it. Hopefully I can find their resting place so they can be found by their families.
Added by Record Keeper on Aug 30, 2014 7:56 AM
|Record Keeper||Milton Hill|
Thank you Jane. I wondered about that when I posted it. Also, I having been trying to find out where African-Americans are buried when burial place is listed as Badin. Would you have any idea?
Added by Record Keeper on Aug 29, 2014 6:04 PM
|Dana Garrow||RE: Luviana Kirk Byrd|
You are very welcome! It was a wonderful day to be out! Blessings, Dana
Added by Dana Garrow on Aug 25, 2014 6:39 PM
|Dottie||RE: Everett L Ledford #110796205|
You are welcome and yes, you can use the photos.
Added by Dottie on Jul 31, 2014 8:54 AM
|Pris Santos||RE: Irene Lowder Sims|
You are so welcome! Glad I could help solve the mystery of McBee/Burlington! She was the only burial in this spacious plot nearly 45 years ago. I thought this odd, particularly in light of the beautiful upright family monument and the 45 years passing with no other burials here.
Added by Pris Santos on Jun 24, 2014 9:09 AM
|Peka||RE: Irene Lowder Sims #45290187|
Instead of deleting it, I added the picture and followed Find A Grave's instructions:
"What is a cenotaph? How do I have a memorial designated as a cenotaph?
A cenotaph is a tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are buried elsewhere. It can also be the initial marker for a person who has since been interred elsewhere.
To add a cenotaph, create a memorial just like any other. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to the memorial and a message to mark it as a cenotaph"
So that should clear up the situation. If I just delete it, someone else will come along behind me and recreate it so I think this is the best way to handle this. thanks for bringing this to my attention.
Added by Peka on Jun 24, 2014 8:09 AM
|Peka||RE: Irene Lowder Sims #45290187|
I think you're probably right and that she's buried there, but I'd like to see the tombstone. The one in McBee has no date of death. It has 1901- (if I remember correctly). Anyway, please notify me if a volunteer takes a picture, and I'll change it to a cenotaph. I've noticed this a few times lately. One member found an old (mid-1800s) tombstone in two cemeteries for a woman. These tombstones from this era were really ornate and both of them had complete dates and everything. It made me wonder about the cost back then. I had a really nice tombstone made to my design for my father, and it was really expensive. I would imagine the same could be said back then, but I've never seen anything to indicate if prices were relative to today's prices.
Added by Peka on Jun 09, 2014 6:07 PM
|Peka||Irene Lowder Sims #45290187|
Her name is on a tombstone in McBee along with her husband. I'd need more proof. It might be a cenotaph , but I photographed the tombstone.
Added by Peka on Jun 08, 2014 10:08 PM
|Record Keeper||Sybil Nichols|
I live in Mt. Airy but come to Albemarle to research. I know that William's parents have headstones and have searched that area for Sybil. Thank you for keeping them in mind. Have a good vacation.
Added by Record Keeper on May 16, 2014 1:30 AM
|Record Keeper||Sybil Nichols|
Thank you so much for the plot # and adding Nichols. I have walked Norwood Cemetery several times trying to find Sybil's grave. Do you know if she has a headstone?
Added by Record Keeper on May 15, 2014 6:52 PM