|Caryn Shill-Ayscue (#47005497)|
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I started researching my family when I was still a teenager and was staying with my grandparents during the summer. Our family bible showed 5 generations of names with some dates and siblings of my ancestors. This was work started by my grandmother. I did help a few years while on vacation with them. I loved getting dragged to cemeteries. My first genealogy report listed only 81 names. I now have linked over 4,000 and those are just the ones that I have proven are related. With the help of Find A Grave I can pay my respects to my ancestors that I have found and share their memorials with other family members. And thanks to Find A Grave I have found the wife of one I have been searching for. Her husband, my great grand uncle Larry (Lawrence) Shill still eludes me. So thanks to all of you for making this site so succesful. If I have posted any of your family or research I will be more than happy to transfer them to you.|
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|Kris Groff||Your Mother|
Very nice pic of your mother. I am glad you got her in with Justin, the stone looks great. Such a beautiful area the cemetery is in.
I noticed a public discussion you had regarding the Wright family. My grandmother was Halcy Pearl Wright Conyers. Her parents were James Knox Wright and Carrie Lynam Wright. I too have numerous photos, many unidentified. I am trying to find a confirmed picture of Carrie Wright. (I may have one and not know it.) I am posting many of the Conyers photos that I have. Any information would be appreciated. I will also leave a note for Randy.
Added by CAD on Nov 29, 2013 7:37 PM
|Donna McPherson||RE: Mitchem|
I am so thrilled the stone is still there. And God Bless you for your time and effort you spent finding it. Thanks so much.
When we would come from Jax to Fort Meade where my parents were and I was born and raised I always knew when we got on Blanding we were back home.
Bless your heart, thanks so much. I will let you know when I come up there. I lived not far off Blanding Blvd.
Thanks so much.
Thanks so much for the photo and I am worried about the other stone that was just like the one of Patricia's. I also noticed the vase on Patricia's gone. Again thanks so much and I will be getting someone to take me to Jacksonville as soon as possible.
|MollyBailey||Cordelia Pearce Warren|
Hi, I looked at every headstone in the cemetery, it's not very big so it wasn't hard, but did not find her. I didn't find any Warrens, but there were a lot of Rays which I noticed was the last name of the informant. Possibly she is in an unmarked grave?
About a mile away is another New Light Baptist Church, I looked there too, but didn't see her there either. That one is historically black and most of the burials were much later than Cordelia's.
Pearce is an old family name around here, roads named after them etc. I'm certain they have family cemeteries too, maybe she is in one of them?
I'm assuming you have or have seen the picture of her and Walter that is on Ancestry? If you can think of another place she could be I'll be happy to go get a picture.
|Donna McPherson||RE: Moore Family Cemetery|
I am descended from John.
My 5th Great Grandmother was Hannah Gornto who married Daniel Burnett. Growing up I had two Great Uncles I always thought had strange names they Uncle Burnett and Uncle Gornto, Until I got into genealogy I found out where the names came from.
Recently I found a Gornto Avenue a cemetery was located in Brandon, Florida and there were Gorntos there, Started seaching them and they are part of ours.
Be glad to share any of my info on the Gorntos.
|Donna McPherson||Moore Family Cemetery|
You have done a fantastic job with the info on the Moore's buried her. I am part of the Gornto lines. Elizabeth is a sister to to my 7th Great Grandfather. It is so exciting to find ancestors and again you did a wonderful job.
|MICHAEL WAYNE HUTCHISON A PROUD U.S. ARMY VET||RE: James WAlsh|
you are very wellcome, and I specially love to do it for veterns.
|Susanne D||RE: Andrew Fallon|
There are more Fallon graves at the site. Isabel d. 1916 and Katherine d. 1919 If you create the memorials I will post the photos.
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