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Martin Graves (#47116854)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 22 days
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Bio Photo Amateur genealogist who would love to combine hobby with 15+ years of database management and make a living doing what I love.
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 • 124 Memorials Added
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Berkeley County (13)
DAVIS Family (2)
FLOYD Families (1)
GRAVES Family (10)
Lesslie_Etc (4)
MARTIN Family (15)
WOMBLE roots (1)
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Peka
RE: findagrave.com MOVES
Yes, I certainly support getting this straightened out. As far as transfers go, let me know when this is corrected. I'll have to look closely because some of them are relatives.
Added by Peka on Nov 09, 2012 9:22 PM
Barbara Wilson Krause
Ellen Emiline Horton Graves
Martin, Thanks for sending me some additional information on Ellen and the name of her parents. So very much appreciated. I assume you are related. Thanks.
Added by Barbara Wilson Krause on Oct 08, 2012 2:56 PM
bigsoutherndig
Cynthia Graves
I added a photo but I noticed the dates are a bit off and the fist name is spelled Cyntia on the stone. It may not be the correct person.
Added by bigsoutherndig on May 29, 2012 11:46 AM
Peka
Graves Family Cemetery
I sent you the message about the grave that was in the wrong cemetery. Then I went back and saw that the Graves Family cemetery is the part on the hill across from the church. Did you create this listing? I'm wondering if it is truly the Graves family cemetery since there are so many more grave of others besides the Graves famiy. The oldest grave of a Graves in that section is 1963. There are many other names buried on that hill that were buried in the 1910's. Finally, there is even a small section across the street on the other side of the church (so there is one large section, and two smaller sections across two streets).
Added by Peka on Oct 16, 2010 6:32 PM
 

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