|Pam Crosby (#46841413)|
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I started out with find-a-grave by listing family surnames that I am researching - Cheatham, White, Adkins & Marable. |
I started visiting cemeteries and taking digital photos of various headstones when visiting my family sites. As I photograph them I am adding the names and pics hoping that they may help someone else.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Please include Find-a-grave in the subject line if you wish to have your email read.
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|Sandra Cheatham Nelson||RE: Cheatham Family|
I have never been able to find Matthew's grave.
He is my second great grandfather. I have not done any research for several years. Need to get back to it.
Would love to chat with you. I will email you with phone #.
|Nan Macon-Morris||Gabriel Long Macon!|
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE PICTURE!!!
|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt||Peter Davis|
Born 1842. His middle name was John. His father was also a Peter John Davis, b. 1804, his mother was Frances Hannah Ranson b. 1813. He was married to Bettie W. Berkley. I have 3 children born to them: Rosa B. b. about 1872, Charles M. b. 1873 and Frances W. b.1878.
|Margaret Brown Caldwell||McHargue|
Thank you for the transfer!
|Frank Wilkes||RE: Crosby Family|
Hi Pam, no I am unaware of any relation to Miss Eloise.
|VA Justice||RE: Tony Fry|
Thanks for your quick reply on my suggestion. It looks like you took care of the flowers issue for Tony Fry. Who could have guessed he lived such a notorious life?
|VA Justice||Tony Fry|
Find a Grave profile # 54531888
On February 21, 1994 Tony Fry and his accomplice, 17-year-old Bradford Hinson, used a .22 caliber weapon to shoot and kill Leland Jacobs, a Chesterfield County 42-year-old car salesman. Fry had lured Jacobs from his Ford dealership under the ruse that Fry's grandmother wanted to buy a 1994 Ford Explorer.
Leland Jacobs was robbed, shot eleven times, tied to the rear bumper of the Explorer with his necktie and dragged down a dirt road 777 feet into the woods while still alive.
About 15 minutes after the murder, a police officer who had a warrant for Fry's arrest for another crime had a tip that Fry frequented the area where Jacobs was killed and came upon Fry and Hinson as they were leaving the scene of the murder. Fry confessed when he was arrested.
Fry was executed by the Commonwealth of Virginia for the crime on February 4, 1999.
Thanks for your notice.
|deegraver||james t. magee|
i have finished his bio and linked him to his parents. thanks a lot!
|deegraver||RE: James Thomas Magee, Sr|
Distantly. If I have entered any of your family, just let me know and thank you.
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