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My primary focus in genealogy research is the Barneycastle/Barnacastle/Barnacassel (etc.) family. But in my 15 years of research, I've found so much about the other families who married into this one that I've gathered much information about them all. I used to live in NC which is where I took most of my cemetery photos.|
My mother's side of the family is Heath, Bartlett, Howe, Brown, and goes back to colonial Massachusetts.
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|Genealogy Nut||RE: Florence L Barnacassle Brown|
I'd love any info. Somewhere I heard that he died in a dumptruck accident? I would appreciate that being verified. Also, do you know or can find out any info on his parents or siblings. His brother Charles was my great-great grandfather. Thanks so much!
|Genealogy Nut||Florence L Barnacassle Brown|
Hi there, I noticed that you manage Florence's grave memorial. Do you happen to know anything about her husband Ernest Brown? I had some info on Ernest, submitted it, and was immediately transfered the memorial. I am distantly related but don't have much info. If you can help, let me know!
|Joy Steele||Barney[castle] Photos|
Hi. I've added photos to your memorials for the Barneycastles at Jericho Church of Christ, Davie Co., NC. Would you link them to one another?
|Dan Stevenson||Boyer-Nifong Gang|
I went ahead and set up a memorial for Keziah Boyer Nifong's husband, Noah Adam Nifong and left a large bio for him. And I linked Keziah's mother, Amanda Barneycastle Boyer to her father, as you requested.
San Diego, California
|Sandy Littlejohn||RE: McAuley grave|
Yes, it is sad that some people destroy cemeteries. I'll never understand that. I was suprised at the condition of this cemetery. It's right on the main road and was mowed but I could tell there was a lot of damaged headstones that couldn't have been done by anyone but humans.
|Sandy Littlejohn||RE: McAuley graves|
I photographed the whole cemetery that day (it was probably less than 2 acres). There are probably as many graves without headstones here as with headstones. Also, a lot of graves were marked with field stones.
Sorry I couldn't help.
|Sherry Austin||Dolly Butner Barney|
Thanks for putting this up, Maureen. Dolly was my great aunt and I met her several times. Her mother was my mother's revered "Grandma Butner." We all called Dolly "Bill." Her husband Floyd, whom I also met several times, we called "Google" (before THE Google!) as in "Barney Google." I also met their son, Floyd Junior, who was about my age. I had no idea in the world that the name was originally Barneycastle. Thanks!
|Brian Nix||Tillet Wesley Williams|
It appears you are correct about his name. On his death certificate, his name is clearly typed "Tellety Wesley Williams", but on his World War I draft card and in census records it shows his first name as Tillet. I will change it. --- Brian
Thank you so much !!!!!!
I so appreciate the heads up on the dupe. I did add the photo I'd taken to your memorial and deleted mine. Thanks again!
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