|Darrell Landrum||RE: Perdue|
The pleasure was mine AnnMarie. So glad to have helped find Andrew Jackson Perdue's grave and finally get a decent photo for you. Still chuckle when I think about how your husband and I struck up a conversation without knowing who he was :) Take it easy on those ribs and you will be dancing again in no time :)
Thank you very much for the headstone photograph for Channie and Lillian Ellis Mercer.
Added by TJOTM on Apr 26, 2016 8:33 AM
Thank you for your time and effort taking these photos. I have posted them in my tree.
|Love in Family||james h bell|
thank you for the edits in places of birth and death.
Every thing has an impact on the way one sees another and I appreciate your time in sending them my way. THank you for all you do with find a grave ! Bren
|Edward Farmer||RE: Chaney, Margaret|
Arthur and Margaret were still married when my grandmother Chaney died in 1972. Arthur married Sue in 1976 so he and Margaret must have divorced sometime in between.
I have not researched the Smith line so I am not able to help there.
|Edward Farmer||Re: Margaret Chaney Wilkerson|
Loretta Sue Mcgill Williams was Arthur's 2nd wife.
BTW, Margaret Chaney's father was mother's 1st cousin. Are we related?
|Just Plain Nosy||RE: Joseph|
|Just Plain Nosy||RE: William Joseph|
You're welcome! And thank you! :)
|Just Plain Nosy||RE: Joseph Picture|
You're welcome! :)
I'm still waiting for the contributor who posted William Joseph's memorial in the wrong Oak Grove Cemetery to move it to the one in Maxton. I've got 13 more days before I can send it to Edit to fix. It'll get fixed eventually, I reckon.
|Darrell Landrum||Perdue in Old City|
Hi Ann Marie, I tried to get a decent photo of Andrew's marker, but he rests near a large sugar maple and the shadows make it very difficult. He is in the section that I sent you the edit for. Sorry for the poor quality of the photo. If you think of it sometime later in the spring, shoot me an email and I will try when the sun is at a better angle.
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