Thanks for the information! I have not been on the site recently but do check my email and appreciate all updates. ck
|DKey||Savannah River Project|
I contacted the Aiken Barnwell Genealogical Society regarding some specific ancestors and they emailed those copies of the pages to me. They can probably assist you as well, as I think they have most of the books. Their email address is: email@example.com.
Good luck in your search.
Added by DKey on Jan 24, 2015 8:28 PM
Stephen I transferred James and Sarah Craig to you. They are your family. I also made a memorial for their son Christopher and transferred it also. As soon as I can get back up their I will try to get Sarah's grave photo for you.I think it was on the back of James' grave. If I can help you more just let me know. Have a great day. Heather
|Heather Manley-Duncan||RE: Craig Cemetery|
Didn't see one but when the weather is ok, I will get up their and look. Live less than a mile from their pass it everyday.
|M Holland||RE: Gray's of Floyd County.|
Our recently belated cousin Charles Gray kept information on the Gray Cemetery at Check, VA over the past 50 years. Being that I was unable to physically visit the location, Tracy C. was gracious to perform the very important work of obtaining the headstone photos. Many, many thanks go out to her
|Tracy C.||RE: Gray headstones|
I am glad you found them on here. I assume you are talking about the Floyd County Grays. All 3 of those cemeteries proved to be a challenge, but well worth it when people, such as yourself, are able to see them! Thanks for sending the note.
Added by Tracy C. on Dec 07, 2014 6:01 PM
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Faison - photos|
Thank you for taking and posting the pictures of their grave markers.
|rick pickwick||daniel jepperson jr.|
I am asking about your posting of memorial # 80572937 ; Daniel Jepperson Jr. I asked for a picture of the grave. It appears that he might not be there. Can you help me as to why or what source says he is there.
"The person who accepted the request gave me alternate info. This is what he reported: I have spent about 2 looking for this person and have came up empty handed. There is no record of anyone in Hardeeville I have talked with the old people from there and an 96 yr old liberian who tried her best to find something but there is no record of a Union soldier being buried any where around Hardeeville . There is 2 cemeterys in Jasper Co that had Union soldiers buried there but he is not listed. In the next couple of weeks I will try to visit the National Cemetery at Beaufort SC. There is no one on the national regestar by this name buried there but the might be able to help with more info. It don't look good. Finding a Union soldier her in the South is hard the war is still going on."
|Tracy Crapse Nix||RE: Penelope Nix DeLoach|
I did not see anymore. I am sure there were more, but just no markers. Do you have knowledge of any other burials there?
|George R. Shackelford Jr.||Lafayette F. cave|
Thank you sir for your research and effort in finding my great great grandfather! I am deeply indebted and forever thankful! Yours is an honorable cause. sincerely, George Shackelford
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