|P. Bible (#46931564)|
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Researching following surnames; Bible,Judge,Harper,Peavy,Warren,Moore,Forester. Live in N.E. Georgia|
Have been researching Family History for about 12 years. Have traced the Bible family back to 1611 in Alsace, France. Love going to libraries and cemeteries and doing research and taking photos for people who need them.
I love to update memorials for family members of those who have passed. What I do not do is update an entire cemetery for those that have more time than I do and feel that everyone in a certain cemetery should be linked to spouses, parents, etc. So please do not send me multiple corrections to be updated as I have added thousands of memorials and do not wish to update all of them.
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|Fredjr||Ina Mae Williams|
Ina Mae Williams was my aunt. She died just before my father was born and he and his siblings have all passed, now. Most of my cousins didn't even know she existed before I told them, and none, including me and my father, knew where she was buried. The changes to her birth date are from the family bible, and she could not have been born in 1913, as my grandparents weren't even married until 1917.
Thanks for solving this mystery for us.
Added by Fredjr on Sep 14, 2014 12:46 PM
|W. Gayden||Old headstone|
did you try the shaving cream trick? if not,
buy some cheap shaving cream and a straight edge scraper. spray the cream on headstone, scrape off with the scraper. Will leave the cream in the crack of letters.
|Barry Chapman||William Clyde Canup grave photo|
Thank you for your time and effort!!!
|Cherokee Rose||Logan L., Bernice, Walter and Mollie N Rogers|
Thanks so much for adding the wonderful grave photos for the above. They are greatly appreciated! Marlene
|Bryan Holmes||RE: Dora Holmes Forester|
Milton was my first cousin. Aunt Jane, his mother was married to my fathers brother Elbert Holmes. Milton was my closest living Holmes relative until he passed away. We knew first hand many of these older relatives from the Forester and Holmes family and shared a lot of stories before he passed away. Milton is one of the reasons I wanted to put together a list of the old Holmes family. Our Forester side is well documented thanks to several people like yourself and Ed Forester. This makes it easy to find a families heritage. I have a few more to add in time to Find a grave, but thanks to you and Ed I have been able to link and complete the entire William and Helen Holmes family together here. By the way, I believe you and I met briefly at Milton's funeral back in 2012.
|Bryan Holmes||Dora Holmes Forester|
Thank you for allowing the edit. I could only send one at a time, so I sent her fathers next. This will link all of the William and Helen Parker Holmes family together. Dora's husband Robert was Lee Forester's son. They had one son, Curtis Lee Forester who passed away in 2006. He lived in Atmore Alabama. Thank you for linking these people together on Find-a-grave.
|Cherokee Rose||Marsengills, Mauldins, Lunsfords & Kilby|
Thanks so much for adding grave photos for Florence Taylor and Raymond L. Marsengill; Beulah Mae Frady Kilby; Infant Son of Floyd Cleveland Lunsford; George Marsengill; Robert M. Marsengill; and Gaynell Marsengill and Samuel B. Mauldin. You've been very, very busy and they are wonderful and much appreciated! Marlene
|ncsearch||Ralph Churchill Womble|
Thank you for the transfer of Churchill - have linked him with his parents. He died much to soon. He was my cousin and his death was very unexpected.
Added by ncsearch on Aug 27, 2014 1:13 AM
I descend from Asa Rash. He was born c 1830 in Wilkes Co., NC. What I would like to know, is one of the headstones his? If so, how do I get a picture of it? Thank you for the information. Rhodene Frederick
|Cherokee Rose||J.S. Ramey, Thursa and John Carnes & Dock and Rose Griggs|
Thanks so much for adding grave photos for J.S. Ramey, Thursa and John Carnes and Dock and Rose Griggs. They are just perfect! Marlene
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