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Nancy Hadley (#48067197)
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Diane LM
RE: George Freemont Hadley
Sorry, I just found your note this morning.
I used the interment records from Oakwood and his parents were listed there. I found an article about his death this morning and it also says his parents are Manning and Catherine. Perhaps Richard is Manning's middle name??

Added by Diane LM on Mar 19, 2014 6:40 AM

Kansas Girl
William Buchanan
Birth date added. Glad I could help. Do you know where his wife was buried and what her name was? I could link her to William if you have the information.

Added by Kansas Girl on Apr 27, 2013 10:39 AM

Ian Macaulay
RE: Wonderful, thank you
In the area marked as leave Flowers and a note.
I think that Mirr are the inlaws. Have not tracked that set yet. I have been working on the North Carolina crew this past month.


Ian

Added by Ian Macaulay on Apr 08, 2013 7:17 AM

Saratoga
RE: Elizabeth Maccauley
Nancy, good luck to you. Nice to hear from you. Thanks again for the information.

John

Added by Saratoga on Apr 08, 2013 3:29 AM

Ian Macaulay
RE: Wonderful, thank you
Thank you again, I have seven Macaulays in that Cemetery. If you see any without the "Semi" flower or Macaulay Flower then I am missing that record.

I will ask for photos of any that are not already taken. The Markers often hold more information and help create the links.

Good hunting
Ian Macaulay



Added by Ian Macaulay on Apr 07, 2013 8:28 PM

Ian Macaulay
Wonderful, thank you
Good going, thank you, I am very happy to get this
photo, I was hoping for more detail ( IE Other Family members) but this is just great.

Ian

Added by Ian Macaulay on Apr 07, 2013 6:14 PM

Saratoga
RE: Elizabeth Maccauley
Hi Nancy, yes I live locally. I have been to First Scot's numerous times and tried to include all I could find headstones for. Then I used the WPA transcription in the 1930's for those documented back then that I wasn't able to locate a headstone for. You're right about the headstones. The headstones at First Scots seems to be more worn than the other older cemeteries. Not sure why it's like that, but that's my recollection. Good luck looking. I went to most of the local cemeteries and got permission to use water and a sponge on the headstone to try to highlight what was left. I did all of this for the same reason you did, to photo what was left before any further damage could be done. What got me going was my grandchildren had great grandparents who were buried at St. Philips and were included in the WPA transcription, but the headstone's are now gone. No one knows anything, but what I do know is that they are no longer at St. Philips. I have donated about 35,000 photo's to the Carolina Room at the library for whatever purpose they choose to use them for. Harlan Green also was given a copy for use at the College. Good to hear from you.

John Schneider

Added by Saratoga on Apr 07, 2013 2:04 PM

Saratoga
Elizabeth Maccauley
Thanks for the photo and inscription. That was nice of you to take your time to do that.

John

Added by Saratoga on Apr 07, 2013 12:27 PM

 
 

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