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Julious (#46966445)
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Bio Photo I believe the ones who have left this life need to be remembered however great or small. Findagrave is a great place to do that with a memorial for them. Linking a family together is truly a great thing to do. Although optional I believe a photo of their marker, a photo of the person, or a little information about the person really adds to the memorial. A flower, flag, ribbon or a note also adds to the memorial.

A lot of the information I enter is from death certificates, from birth indexes, from census records, and from social security death indexes. Some of this information can be wrong. If you find any errors let me know. I want correct information. If you see duplicate memorials let me know. If you have any information about the people I have entered that you want me to add let me know. If you want a person linked to their parents or spouse let me know.

NOTE: Please use the edit button in the upper right hand corner of the memorial page to send corrections, additional information and link requests. This makes it so much easier for me to add it this way. Thank you for your help with this.

You can use my photos on your family trees. I used to think differently about that but as I get older I see things a little differently now. They are just photos but they can mean a lot to people who can't get to where their family members are resting.

May God bless all those who have helped me with information for the memorials I have entered. If I have offended anybody let me know and I will try to make it right. May God bless everyone who is dedicated to adding memorials to Findagrave. Its not about numbers but about remembering each and every person who has lived. These memorials are not our memorials, they belong to Findagrave. We are just contributors who add the memorials and information and then manage them. Thank you Findagrave for the greatest website on the internet and for letting us be a part of this great website.
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Don Bedwell
Julious, I believe I moved them to the correct cemetery. Let me know if they are still in the incorrect Smith Cemetery.
Added by Don Bedwell on Nov 21, 2014 8:52 PM
Jason Cockfield
Outlaws in Campbell Cemetery?

Which one of the Campbell Cemeteries would you figure that the Outlaws from the Patrick area would be buried in? I have an Edward William and his wife, Laura Therrell Outlaw and their daughter Alice Outlaw Campbell. Edward and Laura died in the Steer Pen Township of Chesterfield County and Alice died in the Middendorf section. All are buried in Campbell Cemetery. Any clue as to which one? Thanks for advising...Please return email at
Added by Jason Cockfield on Nov 18, 2014 6:39 AM
Mr. Bob
Thank you for accepting my bio sketch
for my 4-greats grandfather. I have been
studying his history for the past 50 years.
I wrote one chapter in the book "John Chapman, Thomas Powe and Related Families," by Elsie Chapman Edmonds, 1971. I certainly understand your wish to hold with the birth date on the stone. I once drove 700 miles just to take a picture of that stone, myself. Thomas Powe's descendants coming down from the wagon train of 1811 to Mississippi, fill a very thick book. His people literally pioneered much of the southeast. I am humbled that you would let my bio stand on the memorial. Thank you so very much. Mr. Bob 47108218
Added by Mr. Bob on Nov 17, 2014 6:23 PM
Fran Bundy
Maggie Trotti
Updated appreciated.
Added by Fran Bundy on Nov 16, 2014 6:18 PM
Barbara Hall
RE: Turnage's
I think it was close to Shiloh. Very small. In the woods.
If you happen to run across it please let me know and thank you once again.
Added by Barbara Hall on Nov 11, 2014 11:02 PM
Barbara Hall
RE: Carrie Turnage
She was my Aunt Susie, Joyce and Margie's mom! This is sure a small world.
I am hoping to get all our families graves linked to find -a-grave and all our family on Our family tree in Ancestery so we will have a published copy of it.
Do you perhaps remember me?
I am Howards oldest daughter.
Thank you again and if I can do anything to help you please let me know.
I know it is a hard job but I am sure you believe it is worth it.
I was so surprised to find my grandmothers grave listed. I can't tell you how good that felt.
I need to figure out how to link the pictures to our family tree in Ancestery now.
Added by Barbara Hall on Nov 11, 2014 10:52 PM
Barbara Hall
Do you know where the Turnage family cemetery is in Teals Mill or right outside of Chesterfield?
Added by Barbara Hall on Nov 11, 2014 9:04 PM
Barbara Hall
Turnage Graves Old St Davids
Thank you so much for all the other Turnage graves that you have photographed. Your photography has really helped me so much with my Ancestry and Family tree.
Added by Barbara Hall on Nov 11, 2014 8:59 PM
Tom J. Edwards
Edwards Memorial Marker
Julious, the marker with the lead name "Jesse L. Edwards" was placed on Upper White Store Road in Peachland, NC Sept. 1939 by the Civilian Conservation Corps on the site of an old CCC camp. Have no idea of the background of the five names. Tom Edwards.
Added by Tom J. Edwards on Nov 10, 2014 12:04 PM
Julie A. Hampton
Deep Creek Cemeteries
I have a research project for you! I found an application for military marker for James Clayton Hunter (#127166773), colored, who is supposed buried at "Deep Creek Colored Baptist Cemetery." Is this cemetery listed on Find A Grave as "Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery" or "West Deep Creek Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery" where his mother is buried? (Mary Hunter, #127167336). I would appreciate a photo if you can locate his marker at either cemetery. Thanks! Julie
Added by Julie A. Hampton on Mar 30, 2014 7:13 PM
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