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Nana x4 (#46963691)
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Bio Photo I became interested in genealogy 12 + years ago. Wish it had been sooner, as most of the older relatives are now gone. Makes figuring out "puzzles" alot harder. But I do enjoy the hunt. Some of the surnames I am researching are Mace, Robinson/Roberson, Hughes, Wilson and Price from mainly North and South Carolina. Check out my virtual cemeteries. If you recognize any of the names, please leave me a message. Always looking for new cousins.

I will not add any current obits per Find a grave FAQs

"A person is never truly gone as long as someone remembers them." ~ Unknown

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Messages left for Nana x4 (12)[Leave Message]
Effie McMillan
Thank you for taking a picture of her marker. I appreciate it.
Added by RrrrrGrrrr on Apr 28, 2015 1:00 PM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
RE: Cudds, Lawsons, many NC names
My names in NC are mostly Henderson, Rut, Buncombe, Transylvania. Morrison, Jones, Justus, Kuykendall, McGuffie, Lyda, Hill, Tinsley,and of course many more. Each of the families were very large. My mother was a Hill and her first ancestor that lived in Henderson county had two families and a total of I think 21 children. My dad was a Morrison and his mother had 13 children (she was a Jones). All of the families were big so we have kin galore.
Thanks for allowing me to use your photos. I am now 87 and my time is limited to finish as much as I can.
God bless you in your work.
Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Apr 27, 2015 8:33 PM
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
Cudds, Lawsons, many NC names
Thank you very much for participating in Find A Grave. You and others like you are making it possible for me to still be working on my genealogy. I started in the 80's and now due to health and age it is winding down. I am still trying to get as much as possible on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker so that my descendants and others will have a clearer picture of their heritage. I hope you won't mind my making copies of your photos for my family files. God bless you in all that you do to help others. You are to be commended.
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Added by Eleanor Morrison Lawson on Apr 27, 2015 4:50 PM
Willa Wiley
Roy Melvin Davenport Sr
Sorry it has taken so long to say thank you for taking and posting my cousins photo.
Tax season is over and I have time to get back to my research.

Thanks again
Added by Willa Wiley on Apr 15, 2015 7:47 PM
Shawn Riley
New Discoveries
Nana, I found a couple of Prices buried in a cemetery between Big Pine and Spring Creek in an area called Anderson Cove. The cemetery link is Also you might be interested in two other recently added cemeteries: Tom Roberts at and Gardner-Ray
Added by Shawn Riley on Feb 10, 2015 4:12 PM
Shawn Riley
RE: Payne Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
All the pictures for the Boone Cemetery are now online. Sorry to say there were no Maces, Prices or Roberts.
Added by Shawn Riley on Jan 23, 2015 5:21 PM
Shawn Riley
RE: Payne Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
According to the French Broad Baptist Association, the Presbytery met on January 23, 1887 to organize the Payne's Chapel Church. Chief Payne donated a half acre for the building. Construction began in 1904 and finished in 1905. Frank Payne and his son Frank Jr later donated land for the cemetery. Gaither Payne was the first person to be buried in the cemetery. He died on February 20, 1905.
Added by Shawn Riley on Jan 23, 2015 4:23 PM
Shawn Riley
RE: Payne Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
I went by the Payne Chapel Baptist Church today. To the far left of Jane Price's headstone are about a half-dozen grave sites with just field stones (no engravings on them). So no luck there.

I'm not sure how old the church is or when it was established. Usually they put that kind of information on a plaque or a sign in front of the church, but I didn't see one.
Added by Shawn Riley on Jan 21, 2015 8:17 PM
Shawn Riley
RE: Payne Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
I went through all the headstone photos I took at Payne Chapel Baptist Church, but didn't see any for George or Hesakiah Price, nor were they listed in Jan Plemmons' survey of Madison County cemeteries. I can go back and check to see if there are any unmarked graves nearby. The cemetery is not that far from where I live.
Added by Shawn Riley on Jan 19, 2015 7:24 PM
Shawn Riley
RE: Payne Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
Hi Nana. I did photograph all the headstones in the Payne Chapel Baptist Church cemetery, but I haven't uploaded too many yet. Which ones are you looking for? By the way, I found an old cemetery over by Bear Branch Road called Boone Cemetery. See I just started uploading some of the memorials. Some of the graves go back to the late 1800s.
Added by Shawn Riley on Jan 18, 2015 7:43 AM
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