|This Is Who We Are: One Big Family (#47309991)|
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Have been doing genealogy for many years. My direct line is Alsup, Brantley, Carrol, Daughtery, Edmonds, Everett, Farrow, Franklin, Hartsfield, Hoard, House, Pitman, Sanders, Shirley, Solomon, Reindollar, Tate, Tomlinson, and Waters.|
Family history needs to stay alive and I am doing my part to keep my family in my tree alive for the future.
My Virtual Cemeteries are of my friends that I knew who have passed on. If I have posted any of my friends who are relatives of yours by Find A Grave guidelines I will transfer them to you.
The other virtual cemeteries Surnames beginning with A - Z are MY family members that are in my family tree weather they are by blood or marriage these I will not transfer but you can start a virtual cemetery for your relatives, as I have done with those I do not manage.
If you find a relative of yours in my virtual cemetery please leave flowers. It is sad that people who have passed on is never remembered again.
Thank you for visiting and happy hunting!
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|W Burke||Photo Requests|
I searched the Bermuda Community Cemetery for Infant Andrews and found one listed as Infant of Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Andrews. Do you have any info on who the parents are? If so I can back and reassess for other graves that may be related
Added by W Burke on Nov 27, 2015 6:04 PM
|Barbara Rhine Crain||Harriet Caroline Weir Johnson|
This is concerning your memorial - # 139014850 for this individual. Her Father was Green Berry Weir (also spelled "Greenberry") and her Mother was Julia Mace. The Mace line is one of my directs. Also, she was born and raised in Saline County, IL - pretty far south of Cook County.Several members of the Mace family moved to Missouri as this lady and her husband did.
Thank you and best wishes,
Barbara Rhine Crain
|David Alsup||Agnes Costello Alsup|
Agnes last name was Kennerson or a slight variation.
This was recently proven by records:
PRINCE EDWARD CO 1773-004
Plaintiff(s) GEORGE DAVID
Defendant(s) HARRIS PRYOR & WIFE ETC
George David purchased a tract of land from Nutin Kinnerson
Summons&Execution(1779) for Harris Pryor and Mary his wife, their son William Pryor and John Alsop and Agness his wife(no inhabitants)
dated 30th Aug. 4th year of our independence (1780)
Further proof is a grandson with middle name Kinnison, and a great grandson with same middle name.
|Billie Jasper||Temperance Gilbert Alsop|
I viewed your memorials for Temperance Gilbert Alsop and her husband John Alsop. There is another memorial for Temperance Gilbert Alsop that has her parents listed along with links to them. The other memorial is 132996957. The memorials for her and her husband 132997295 were made 6 months before yours. I have made this same mistake myself when I didn't have an exact burial place. I thought you would want to know.
|Joye Kinsey Woodall||Lazarus Solomon|
Sorry, I misquoted Lazarus's parents name (I entered his Grandparents).
His parents names were Peter/Lewis? Solomon and Marie Louise Malone.
|Joye Kinsey Woodall||Solomon Family|
According to DNA, I have been lined to the Solomon Family. My line is: Peter/Lewis Solomon (wife is Elizabeth Bedgood), Lazarus Solomon, Dicy Dessie Solomon, Sarah Ann Wall, Delila Ann Carter, etc. Noticed beside your 'flowers', there appears to be a book, 'Ancestor in my tree'. Is this a book or just an icon? Today I linked Lazarus Solomon with his parents...when the change is added. My email is email@example.com.
Also, not sure of accuracy, but I have Peter/Lewis Solomon (1735-1795) being born in Surry, Virginia & dying in Bute, North Carolina. I didn't research this, so I'm not sure of accuracy...must have found it somewhere on ancestry.com. Thank you for all the research you have done. Great Job!!!!
|Molly McLaughlin||Maria Louisa Malone Solomon|
I have tree of hers going from her parents-to her, and his parents and grandparents-that of Stephen Malone's family. Are you descendants of theirs?
|Earth Angel||Lula Brantley|
I deleted memorial and added marker photo.
|D. & J. Altman||RE: 15794931|
Yes, you may use the photo, provided it is given the honor and respect due.
|R & R||FYI - Find A Grave policies|
This is just an FYI...
I noticed that you have broken several Find A Grave policies. You can find the policies in the FAQ section:
I only mention it so that you can correct it before Find A Grave admins restrict your account (not allow you to perform certain functions), give you a "timeout" stop you from using your account for a period of time, or worse... ban you completely (I hear it is rare but seems to happen.)
Examples would be creating Unknown Burials (changing Unknown Burials to cremated or plopping them in any cemetery just so they are no longer Unknown can be tracked and seems to be the main way to get banned), uploading improper images (crosses, flags, scanned obits, etc) to the photos section, and uploading copyright images (obit images).
Hope this helps. Have a great week and happy hunting!
Added by R & R on Mar 11, 2015 12:25 PM
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