|Charles E. Carroll (#46952409)|
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I am the son of William Carroll of Anderson Co., TX and Katherine Cunningham of Macon County, NC. I was raised in Los Angeles, Galveston and Houston, TX. I served in the U.S. Navy and Merchant Marine. Retired to Slocum, Anderson County, TX.|
I encourage correction of my errors. Please let me know and I will make the corrections. I will also transfer a memorial I have posted.
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|Joy||RE: Stephens Cemetery|
Added by Joy on Jun 20, 2016 12:39 PM
|Saratoga||RE: Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC|
My pleasure Charles. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by Saratoga on Jun 20, 2016 12:15 PM
|John Wilhite||RE: McWhorter memorial 155995931|
Good to hear from you. If you will check the original 1850 Census you will find it to be H. McWhorter Age 78. Many people have miss read the Mc as an M for an middle initial which is incorrect. Hance's middle name was Campbell and possibly Alexander Campbell but did not seem to use the Alexander. Hance had two lines of Campbell's in his ancestry. (On relative a Cousin or an Uncle) Alexander Campbell lived next door in SC). One Campbell ancestry was through his grandfaters's mother and one through his grandmothers mother. Does that make sense.
My great grandfather Campbell Medlin Harrison who knew and lived with his grandparents Hance Campbell and Anna Catherine Patton McWhorter said he was named after his grandfather McWhorter. I was two years old when he died but his wife Theordocia (Dosie), my great grandmother, lived with us for many years after his death (in 1925) and during my youth and told many stories of their life. She lived to be one month shy of her 100th birthday in 1953 when I was 30 years old and of course I attended her funeral as I did Grandpa's in 1925 at Age 2.
On Find a Grave you can follow the links back from Hance Campbell McWhorter for more of the information. By way he named a son Hance Campbell McWhorter.
My notes show his father was shown as Lt. Hance C. McWhorter on the French Indian War Rolls. You might check this out. These are very old notes.
Again, thanks for writing. Hope this helps.
|ranny||RE: John Newton Cunningham|
I have added the death county of Lauderdale.
Added by ranny on Jun 16, 2016 5:04 AM
|Allen Reedy Curtis||William Russell Cunningham|
Charles: I added the information you provided to his memorial. Thank you for sending it to me.
|ranny||John Newton Cunningham|
As the memorial states, I got the info from "Transcription of Headstones from Mary's Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Lauderdale Co. TN, TNGenWeb Cemetery Database"
Perhaps there were two men of the same name? Let me know what you find out and I will correct it.
Added by ranny on Jun 14, 2016 6:06 PM
|Kim Poyner Woodhouse||Ollie Nancy Long in Resthaven|
I wanted to check in about Ollie Nancy Long buried in Resthaven. You indicated that she died in Cleveland County. I am pretty sure that the Polyclinic Hospital was in Oklahoma County. Unfortunately, Oklahoma City is in 4 or 5 counties and is very confusing. Let me know if you have alternate info and I am happy to post!
|LKat||Marion Carvel Carroll|
You are welcome for the photo, always glad to honor our veterans.
Added by LKat on May 28, 2016 10:48 AM
|Tina ||RE: Unmarked grave photograph|
Yes, you have permission to use any of my photos. Thanks for checking.
Added by Tina on May 25, 2016 10:31 PM
|LostGeneration||RE: Mary McConnell|
The gravestone picture posted to her memorial does not have any birth and death locations that I can see. If you have another picture showing that she was born and died in Macon County or some other source showing same, please send, otherwise, I'll be declining the edit. LG
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