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Stephen C. Petit, Sr (#47324456)
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Bio Photo Born and raised in Charleston, SC. Two of my passion are history and genealogy.

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George Hudson
Thank you so much for the transfer.
Added by HudGen on Sep 19, 2015 3:57 AM
James Roy Owens
Good Morning,
May I ask you to transfer Roy's memorial to me. He is my 1st cousin. We shared so many childhood memories. I would be so very grateful to be able to add to it.
Have a nice day, Juanda
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George Richard Hudson
Good morning: I am the great-grandson of George Richard Hudson. If you would consider transferring this memorial to me , I would appreciate it. I can add additional info. Thanks.
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Sandy Lapper
Zoar Community Cemetery, Sumter, SC
Do have contact information for the person who may be in charge of cemetery records? I've tried unsuccessfully to locate someone. I have some questions that really do need answers. Thank you!
Added by Sandy Lapper on May 01, 2015 9:30 AM
Duffie and Kathy
Mrs N L Williams
Where does this info come from?
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Genevieve P. Crigler
Blanche Roberts Smith
Hi Stephen, I submitted an edit for month/day of birth and death, and also location of death for Blanche. Thanks so much! Gen
Added by Genevieve P. Crigler on Oct 30, 2014 8:26 PM
S Ross
Lees, Sioux City
Stephen ~ I loaded a photo of Cora Lees' headstone and saw your note that she was married to Robert Lees. I created a memorial for a Rbt Lees that was buried next to her, but did not connect as spouse since there was an age difference. Just thought I'd let you know, as I am not related. I can transfer Robert if you like.
~Sheri Ross
Added by S Ross on Oct 17, 2014 7:17 AM
RE: Redden Thigpen
It does seem to get quite confusing. John James Thigpen marries an Elizabeth Ellen Grooms, and then his and Redden's father, John Joseph Thigpen married an Elizabeth Grooms. There seemed to be a lot of intermarrying going on, I think. That was before cars and planes, and I guess they didn't have much to choose from back in the day. I don't think I'd want to marry my cousin or anything like that, though, myself. There's one point in the Gore tree where a Gore marries a Gore, and her tree goes off on a different branch than his does. I'm trying to get to the point that their branches meet back up. Especially if only 4 Gore brothers came to America (probably from England, maybe, or at least that's the story I've been told), and then some went to North Carolina, in the Shallotte and Southport area, and some are in the Tarboro, Rocky Mount, and Roanoke Rapids area, and then some Gores are in Tennessee, where Al Gore's family branch is. And with all of these Johns, Josephs, and Fletchers, and Ellens, Elizabeths, and Marys, it's hard to keep them straight. I have the same issue on the maternal side of my family, too. I've got families with brothers, marrying sisters from other families. And their names are getting all blended together, too. They have a bunch of Josephs, Johns, and Franklins, and Ellens, Elizabeths, and Marys, too. Those must have been some popular names back then, and still are, really. Well, some of them are. I don't think Drummie, Wealtha, or Placida are very common names anymore, if they even were back then. :) It'd be a whole lot easier if we had faces to go with the names, and if they would use middle names, that would help, too. But, thanks for trying to help. It's fun trying to figure it out, and it sure keeps you busy. Which is a good thing. :)
Added by AlertClerk on Oct 14, 2014 7:46 AM
Priscilla Hood Thigpen - 94564932
I don't mean to keep writing to you, but there is one more R.M. Thigpen - 121117649 - with no birthyear, but he passed away in 1909, and Priscilla passed away in 1913, and I'm wondering if this might be her husband Redden Thigpen. I know it's going to be hard to try and put them together, but maybe you might have a little more information that would help. So, thanks again for reading all of this, and I'll appreciate any help you can give to me. - Sincerely, Jill
Added by AlertClerk on Oct 10, 2014 8:44 PM
Priscilla Hood Thigpen - 94564932
There's one more question about a possible son of Priscilla and Redden, and brother, possibly of Franklin. There is a Robert M. Thigpen - 71574557 - buried in McElveen Cemetery in Cades, SC, that has a birthyear of 1854, and since Franklin's birthyear is 1850, and Priscilla has several gaps in between the years of her children's births that they could fit in, do you think it's possible that they could all be related? Thanks again and I appreciate any help you might could give to me while I'm trying to find my ancestors.
Added by AlertClerk on Oct 10, 2014 8:27 PM
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