|Susan Williams (#47498512)|
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I applaud everyone for their additions to Find A Grave. I have found a lot of burials on this site for family members. |
Please do not hesitate to leave me a message if you have something NICE to say about anyone. If you want to be unkind, please do not leave a message. I will delete it.
(quote above copied from DaveV)
Also, if I have added a photo you would like to have a copy of, feel free to copy from the memorial page. That is the reason I put it there.
I try to get to my EDITs as soon as I can and usually approve them all. However, in checking the edits I have suggested, there have been none made. Today (July 29, 2014) there are 109 edits I have sent and NONE have been accepted yet. Wonder what the problem is! I approve yours so show me the same kindness! THANKS!
June 2014, I am now working on my family in Texas. WOW, so thankful for Find A Grave. I can actually see their gravestones.
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|Anonymous||Thomas D Axson|
are the dates correct ? for Thomas D Axson
and his son
|Victrianna||Sylvia Jean "Jeannie" Reynolds Mixon|
I got her parents attached. So sorry for the delay but I've had a lot of problems with my computer and some harassment from some of the people on findagrave.com, but I am catching up. Thanks so much for your patience.
|Leona Shealy||Anne Ulmer Simmons|
Her husband, Charles A Simmons, Jr., is NOT buried at Riverside Cemetery, North, SC. He was listed as being buried there.
Would you like a transfer of this memorial?
|Ronnie E Reynolds||James Monroe Fallaw|
You list James' mother incorrectly on Memorial# 102190527. Louis Butler Fallaw was married twice. His first wife was "Victoria J. Corder". His second wife was "Abby Spence". you are listing both wives' names as Victoria's.
|Green Jewell||RE: Henry Clay Gillmore #120447552|
Just so you know, the obits of several of the people at Old Gilmore cemetery say they were buried at Mill Creek. I'm thinking they were moved. Some of the headstones are too modern to be original.
|Green Jewell||Henry Clay Gillmore #120447552|
Hi! Curious whether you actually found a marker at the UMC Mill Creek Cemetery? Many members of the family were moved/and or buried at what is called the "Old Gilmore Cemetery" at the corner of Caughman and Trailwood Lane.....not far away. I found a small marker there with the inscription "H.C. Gilmore" and no dates. I'm thinking your man may have been moved as some of the others were. If you did find a marker at Mill Creek, then the marker at Old Gilmore is someone else. I have added a listing for "H.C." but hate duplicating...perhaps we need to merge them.....please let me know....
|Rachel Moody||Homes Moody|
Can You please tell me where the grave site is located and where you go your information? Thanks
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||Also|
The lady that left the message below mine? Get copies of ALL the photos, known or not. They can be identified-it's a little work but it's fun. You will need to know who collected the photos to begin with-who they came from. Email me if you need help.
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||RE: Bull Swamp Baptist|
That information should be in the notes for the cemetery.
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