|Lorrie Hayes (#47069306)|
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|Descendant of Jamestown settlers, Scottish immigrants to Philadelphia and NC's Cape Fear region, founders of many Presbyterian church communities, an English colonial indentured servant, and many others. |
Amateur genealogist originally from NC but now living in Greater Cincinnati.
Love exploring cemeteries, especially the beautiful Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum in Cincinnati, OH; the pioneer cemeteries of McCreary, Whitley, Wayne, and Pulaski Counties in southeastern Kentucky; and anything in Orange County (Hillsborough/Chapel Hill), NC, where my roots run especially deep and wide.
Please email for cemetery and other historical/genealogical photo requests.
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|Myrna Bennett||Family history|
If you have any more information on the Pendegrass or Henry can you email the information to me at email@example.com Thank you
|Raymond Anders||William Andrews|
Son of Robert and Sarah Andrews (Revolutionary Soldier) b. ca. 1747 d. 1824. Married Mary Lloyd of Orange County. Mary and William had 12 children: Starling, Laborn, Archibald, Elizabeth (who married an Edwards), Mark, John, Polly (who married a Cate), Penny (married a Cheek), William, Sarah (never married), Patsy (who married a Cheek). The burial ground of William, his wife, and four members of their family: Starling, Patsy, Mark, and Jinny was near their home on Orange Grove Rd. The cemetery has been lost to cultivation, and the property on which the cemetery stood is now owned by Robert Nutter, who purchased it from Will I. Suitt. William Andrews was a farmer and owned a large tract of land. He had many slaves and was considered in very good circumstances. He was a large, extremely strong man and enjoyed hunting and wrestling as a sport. It was said that he was unbeatable by his wrestling opponents.
|Beckey Russell & Family||Robert Crawford|
I 'll be happy to transfer management to you.
|Perry A Sloan||Emma Dodson #89751270|
Thank you so much for sponsoring the memorial for Mrs. Dodson. Best Regards from Utah! Perry
|Richard Simmons||grandson of luzetta tucker|
I was a pallbearer at her funeral.
I was only 16 years old when she died. The funeral was on a stormy day with lightning, thunder and torrential rain. The church was very humid and hot. It was a terrible day.
I also remember that the church was full of people who knew her and loved her.
I remember when I was very young, traveling to Indiana to visit my mother's relatives. If I remember correctly, we went to see her uncle (maybe her cousin) Clarence Hayes and spent a couple of days visiting him and his family.
With your last name being Hayes, I am assuming you are related as well.
My mother's name was Myrtle and she married my father, Leighton Simmons. Mother has been dead for several years and I still miss her. My father is now 90. He is still very alert but his mobility is fading.
I would enjoy corresponding with you and learn more about my relatives.
Richard Leighton Simmons
|Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield||Pocahontas|
Pocahontas (she was my 11th great grandmother through my father's Bolling-Rolfe. I guess we are related.
|Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield||Pendergass Burriels.|
My Burriel dates are 1804, 1782, 1831, 1831, 1820. If what you say is true then take a look at these stones #25453332 burried 1788. #34026501 buried 1813. Since a pendergrass was the preacher that might explain. Stu P.s. this Pendergrass family is related to me. Any information you have I would truly appreciate. Most of the stones were destroyed by the 1900's
|Earth Visitor||george washington kidd|
would love to have that info ..please send...thank you so much...judy