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Jerry Hughes & Roger Young (#47745731)
 member for 3 years, 2 months, 18 days
Richard H. Goms Jr.
Willis John & Mabel Louis Kruckeberg
William "Willis" John Kruckeberg was the son of William "Willis" Kruckeberg and Josephine Magel. Willis married Mabel Louise Johnson, daughter of Mr. Johnson and Miss Lindow, on 22 Dec 1951 in Chisago County, Minnesota.

Would you please add this to the bio of these two?

Thank you.

Added by Richard H. Goms Jr. on Apr 10, 2015 10:51 PM

Mary Jane Haight-Eckert
Nettie Mae (Spencer) Lawson Fairchild
Hi Jerry,

Thanks for the photo and first marriage info on Nettie Mae (Spencer) Lawson Fairchild. I did not know that Arthur A. Lawson was her 1st husband. I added the marriage info and burial location to her memorial.

Mary Jane

Added by Mary Jane Haight-Eckert on Apr 06, 2015 3:32 PM

Doug Williams
RE: Barrington Cemetery, Craven County, NC
Hi guys,
Brinson-Barnett is now Brinson Barnett Barrington and I think you are probably right about your GGUncle being there. I have been there once but was in a hurry and wasn't looking for him then. I have been to two other Barrington Cemeteries in the area in the last couple weeks and didn't find him in either of them. Have also been to the Roach Cemetery that you mentioned near Vanceboro lately too. I will claim your request and see what I can do when I get back to the area the end of the week For further comment please contact me at
Thanks Doug

Added by Doug Williams on Apr 05, 2015 5:05 PM

FYI - put 2 new names for Haddock at Forest Lawn in Richmond, VA today and noticed you had the only other Haddock at that location. Just in case they are family, I wanted to let you know !

Added by LLL-SAL on Apr 02, 2015 1:10 PM

Margaret Nelson
Henry & Zella ( Lewis) Dyer
Thank you for recording and posting Henry's grave. I am related by marriage to Zella who was a sister of Leo Claude Lewis, my husband's grandfather. -Margaret Nelson

Added by Margaret Nelson on Mar 30, 2015 4:38 PM

Susan N Brown
Photo request fulfilled
Thank you ever so much for adding your photos to the Nelson Memorial at Riverside Church. I recently added pics of my uncle; so, your pic of his marker is really timely and appreciated. By the way, do you have any other pictures from this cemetery? Nelson, or Gaskins? I don't visit that area as often now. Last time there, I noticed a couple of markers missing. It takes all of us working together to complete the memorials on Find-A-Grave. I'm grateful for the work of other genealogists!

Added by Susan N Brown on Mar 30, 2015 1:34 PM

sandi gunter hawkins
piney grove
Jerry I found the Piney Grove that I think you were talking about and its in Grifton but in Pitt County. Riverside is before you get to Grifton and is in Craven County. I hope this helps.

Added by sandi gunter hawkins on Mar 21, 2015 9:34 PM

sandi gunter hawkins
RE: Riverside Christian Church
no I think that Dawn Stewart first set up the Riverside Cemetery survey back in 2011 and then I tried to help in 2013. the cemetery is adjacent to Riverside Christian Church,
Riverside Road (NCSR 1459) at Country Acres Road, Riverside, Craven County, North Carolina (between Vanceboro and Grifton).

the 2 Piney Grove cemeteries-one is located in Ernul and the other is an AME Cemetery and I don't know where it is-it just says Craven County.

if you give me his name and the dates, I'll see if I can find him for you.

Added by sandi gunter hawkins on Mar 20, 2015 9:37 PM

Louise Register
RE: Riverside Christian Church
I never attended the church. My ex-husband's grandparents are buried in the cemetery. Here is a link from google maps for the location of Riverside Christian Church.,+Grifton,+NC+28530/@35.3457183,-77.3057338,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x89aed13fe3c3d36d:0x4505b7ec22cab3a

Added by Louise Register on Mar 20, 2015 4:28 PM

Devil Kitty Designs
RE: James Feaginawas Grave photo
I photographed everything I could in the short time I had on the one summer day that I was there. There were a number of stones that were very weathered or otherwise difficult to read, but I had success with one of them by pouring a bit of water from my water bottle on the slate to bring out the text just long enough to snap a photo before the water evaporated in the heat. Sadly, it was about 95 degrees out at the time, so there was very little water left in the bottle. I wasn't about to use the water from the river, as god only knows what is in that, so I will have to go back again and see if I can get a better reading on the surviving stones using either just bottled water or a mirror to direct light into the inscriptions in hopes of actually making something out. Sadly, as I said before, many of the stones are just too severely damaged for any information to be pulled from them.

Added by Devil Kitty Designs on Mar 20, 2015 1:28 AM

Devil Kitty Designs
RE: James Feaginawas Grave photo
The graveyard is in horrible shape, or at least it was when I was there last. Some attempts have been made to redo the carving on some of the older stones and to repair or replace a few, but overall it's a total mess. The biggest problem is that it is in the middle of nowhere, situated at the edge of a parking lot at a boat launch site, which means it is a prime spot for vandalism. So many of the stones are broken or so badly eroded that it is impossible to even determine whose grave they mark, if they are even set where they belonged to begin with. The friend that took me to photograph the place said that 10 years or so back, there were far more stones there, going all the way down from the area where the back fence is, to the water, but all those are gone now. I found bits and pieces of broken stones just laying in piles and it made me want to cry. So much history and so many people just lost and forgotten now because there don't seem to be any complete burial records for the cemetery anymore.

Added by Devil Kitty Designs on Mar 19, 2015 11:49 AM

Donna Haskins Medford
Memorial# 125903576
Thank you so much for seeing and changing that.

Added by Donna Haskins Medford on Mar 15, 2015 4:08 PM

Patricia O
Julia G. Smith, wife of Marvin Wesley Smith
Made a memorial for Julia (#143528330) since there wasn't one. Will gladly transfer to you if you want. Only dates were birth/death years.


Added by Patricia O on Mar 09, 2015 7:44 AM

Patricia O
Jimmy and Dorothy Mae Briley
They were married 10-11-49 according to their grave marker. I noted it, as well as the grave location, in the captions.
Take care.


Added by Patricia O on Mar 08, 2015 7:14 PM

Patricia O
Jimmy and Dorothy Mae Briley

Added by Patricia O on Mar 08, 2015 7:11 PM

MerryAnne Pierson
RE: William James Cornelius
Well, I got it from a dar file of a relative of one of annie Britton.s granddaughters. She's a speight. I'm working with a daughter of Walter peterson Speight JR to get her into the DAR. There are also pictures of lemuel and Nancy's and of Annie's in the file. I'm seeking some documentation, like a deed or will to link lemuel to his father. In the DAR file, created in the 1960's, they accepted the link but I see no proof documentation. I have a death certificate for Annie naming her parents. and death certificates from her forward. Mary Chessons/Sessums britton was still living in 1852 when she filed for a widow's pension for her husband's service. it was rejected because she couldn't prove her marriage date. Unfortunately no children were named in it.

Added by MerryAnne Pierson on Mar 04, 2015 4:07 PM

Donna Haskins Medford
Memorial# 3403919
William Wayne Haddock was my husbands uncle. I added a photo of him to your page for him. I'd be honored if you would transfer him to be. I have info on him being in Pearl harbor and lots of great stuff,thanks
Donna Medford

Added by Donna Haskins Medford on Feb 23, 2015 6:16 AM

Karen Mickel Bennett
Richard May
Thank you so much for sending information to add to his memorial. Having his parents added is very important. Future generations will also appreciate all of us for the work and sharing we do on this site. I appreciate your thoughtfulness in taking the time to send everything.

Karen Bennett

Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Feb 22, 2015 7:01 PM


I noticed that you were researching the young family, do you think I could be of some help?

Added by MystikNZ on Feb 20, 2015 8:18 PM

RE: Anae and other family at Mangere
Hello Jerry and Roger,
I think that Anae is quite a common name here. If you Google the name Arthur Anae, you will find a Wikipaedia entry about his political involvement.



Added by Dorothy on Feb 18, 2015 3:53 PM

John & Linda Russell
Marie Gaw
We have made transfer of Marie Gaw to you so you can make updates. We are not related to her. We walked the cemetery and photographed the graves as a way of contributing back to findagrave and help other families in their research.
The Russells

Added by John & Linda Russell on Feb 17, 2015 5:10 PM

Rachael Schell
Walter & Eva Haddock- Chattanooga National -#140003306
Thank you very much for the information you listed for Walter & Eva Haddock. I can provide additional information and corrections. I am their granddaughter. Their marker was delayed, as the unexpectedly died 16 days apart from one another. I was so happy to find them here. They were the most important people in my life.

Added by Rachael Schell on Feb 16, 2015 6:12 PM

Scott Braddy
Albert C Treffeisen
I made the switch and updated his memorial. Thank you for noticing my missplaced memorial.

Added by Scott Braddy on Feb 15, 2015 12:44 PM

Jennifer Holte Kerr
RE: Lorraine Gumm
Thank you so much for taking the time to take a picture of her tile/stone. I wasn't sure if there was some type of memorial for her or not. And there is.
I got married in 1968 in Gardena at St John's Lutheran Church. I saw that you lived there.

Again, thank you so much.
Minden, NV

Added by Jennifer Holte Kerr on Feb 06, 2015 2:47 PM

Chiyeko Tsukashima
Thank you Jerry for the birth date, I have added it.

Added by Miriam on Jan 17, 2015 12:51 PM


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