|Jeannine (Booton) Hall (#46842521)|
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I am looking to find any information on Mary "Polly" Garrett that was married to Davis Booton (Booten). He was also married to Margaret Ellen Knapp.
"You know you're an Addicted Genealogist when you hyperventilate at the sight of an old cemetery, if you'd rather browse in a cemetery than a shopping mall and if you'd rather read census schedules than a good book."
Donald M. Booton
Helen (Snyder) Booton
To contact me, please click on one of the memorials I have created and then the "Edit" tab.
Next click on "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" link and type your message to me.
CHECK THIS IDEA OUT....adding a cross for a place marker for an unmarked grave.
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|Sheri West||Clarence Fowler|
Thank you for informing me of his duplicate memorial. It has been deleted :)
I am looking at the book and wife Lydia is listed twice I think you should request a photo for Hannah at J-0014 and Lydia at J 0013 and Oscar at J 0014. this may solve the problem with the book. Oscar lists both wives.
Added by SCVet on Jul 19, 2014 8:16 PM
Details Yes NT003 GARDNER HANNAH
Details Yes EG038 GARDNER HANNAH 1812c 1885
Details EX054 GARDNER HANNAH 1800c 1837
Details HP022 GARDNER HANNAH HIRST 1847
Details CY148 GARDNER HANNAH 1806c 1836
Details Yes NT003 GARDNER HANNAH GIBBS 1775c 1823
Details WW011 GARDNER HANNAH 1811c 1863
Details WY008 GARDNER HANNAH 1820 1909
Details PV003 GARDNER HANNAH ARNOLD 1830 1831
Details JM005 GARDNER HANNAH E 1827 1910
Details PV003 GARDNER HANNAH H. 1835 1899
Details PV005 GARDNER HANNAH M 1809c 1872
Details EX133 GARDNER HANNAH R 1790c 1842
Details NK026 GARDNER HANNAH S 1848c 1865
Details SK037 GARDNER HANNAH S L BAKER 1824 1916
Details Yes NT003 GARDNER HANNAH T 1800c 1837
Added by SCVet on Jul 19, 2014 8:10 PM
|Linda Hall||RE: Shaver Cemetery|
You are welcome. I have been to the Jacob Shaver Cemetery many times since several generations of my family are buried there, including my parents. In 2005 I tried to take pictures of every stone. Some have been added since that I have taken recently. It's a family cemetery so most of those buried there are related. It was my way of taking them home with me so I could sort them out. lol.
I just joined finagrave.com so I have only answered those requests I saw listed for the cemetery. Haven't tried to post any not requested yet.
I am searching for the grave of my gggrandmother Nancy Ellen Stump Ball b. 1833. She was on the 1910 census in Braxton Co but can find nothing after that. No death record found. If you have any info on this person, it would be greatly appreciated. I need her for my DAR application. Thanks, Linda
|Donna Walker||Father and MOTHER|
Randolph Davenport father 27485062 and mother 27484002
|Bob L.||RE: Elisha Sumner|
You're very welcome. So glad I could fulfill your request. Bob
Added by Bob L. on Jul 03, 2014 10:53 AM
|Michael Shaffer||Merging or deleting duplicate memorials|
In regards to your message concerning the merging or deleting some of the duplicated memorials, I have deleted the two memorials that I created. This problem could be avoided if people would just do a simple search to see if a memorial has already been created before creating another. I don't know of anyone who would not transfer ownership of a memorial to someone else if they were to ask. I won't mention the other person's name, but he does this quite often as do a few others.
|B Long||Ruth Fipps|
Added the pictures you requested, hope you like them!
Added by B Long on Jun 25, 2014 9:55 AM
|William Croghan||Gerald B Booton|
I searched and searched,,,,the stone was buried under 2 inches of dirt and leaves..... was ready to quit,,,,then found him.... :)
Sorry computer has a mind of it's own..Hope you are well.
I have a cousin that is researching for a book, trying to assist..trying to determine WHEN John and Fannie Arrowood lived in the Jack's Creek area of Yancey Co. NC. Have you had any luck searching for documentation on this? Any light would be most appreciated..keep running into a wall. John A Arrowood living there in late 1800's with wife Sally Howard/ Both buried in Tommie McCourry..any idea whose son he is??
THANKS SO MUCH, MJ
Added by MJ on May 20, 2014 11:17 AM
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