|Jim Ackerman (#46869850)|
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|Christi Crawford Partee||RE: Martha Ellington Photo|
You thanked me for taking the Martha (Daws) Ellington photo. Are you a descendant? If so, by which child of hers? Her daughter Minnie Lee was my great-grandmother.
|D & J Long||RE: Richard Barcroft Tombstone|
You're very welcome, Jim. I had to get my husband to help set the stone up, as it had fallen face-flat on the ground. We cleaned it with water and a soft brush, and after it dried, it was very readable.
Please contact me sometime concerning working with you on genealogy projects in Haywood County. I understand Debbie Sterbinsky is no longer living in Haywood County. She helped me with some projects right after I joined Find-a-Grave.
|dhupp||Nicholas Ryan Hupp|
Thank you so very much for your contribution to the site. We appreciate being able to make virtual visits to our son's gravesite.
Added by dhupp on Sep 10, 2014 10:00 AM
|D & J Long||RE: Photos|
You're very welcome, Jim. Glad I could help out!! Jane
|Donna Chapman||RE: Alice Marilda Williams|
I've been researching Bardins since 1995. They are a slippery bunch and left very little in the paper trail area. If you give me her parents and grandparents, I may have them in my database. My grandmother's father was one of 5 sons born to Wasdin and Catherine Bardin. Before that he was married to Catherine's sister, Elizabeth in Tennessee and they had 5 children also, one son (whose name is Wasdin also), and 4 girls.
|Nicole||Elizabeth and Tommie Jones|
Your very welcome! As you can imagine there are quite a few people with the Jones name, several nearby Tommie and Elizabeth. If there are other family members buried there, please don't hesitate to ask, as it is only a few miles from my home.
Added by Nicole on Aug 16, 2012 9:28 PM
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