|Betty & Jim (#47244137)|
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|Betty: Born in Kingstree, lived in Kingstree all of my life. Interested in genealogy research on Friersons, DeRose, Batts and Lesesne.|
Jim: Born in Columbia, Reared in Charleston, Retired from SCE&G. Moved to Kingstree 2001 to do genealogy. I'm working on McKnight, Brockington, Frierson, Parker, Smith, Birchmore and Miles.
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|graveangel||Henry Smiley Busby|
Thanks you so much for transferring Uncle Smiley to me! As you can see, I have linked him to some of his family.
|MLMcSwain||Mary H. Nettles Gordon|
Find A Grave Memorial# 78410392
Birth: Oct. 1, 1845
South Carolina, USA
Death: Oct. 13, 1909
Union Presbyterian Church Cemetery
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Betty & Jim
Record added: Oct 14, 2011
PLEASE ADD HER HUSBAND David E Gordon Find A Grave#10384745.
Thanks so much for supplying a photo for the Lifrage grave.
|Sue||Lilly Cobb Horne memorial # 38683558|
Hi Betty & Jim,
Would you please add the headstone photo you have on Eugene Horne # 38683557 to Lilly's memorial. Eugene is her husband and is on the same stone.
Added by Sue on Aug 17, 2013 8:56 AM
|Sue||Lilly Cobb Horne memorial|Added by Sue on Aug 17, 2013 8:54 AM
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliottt||RE: McGee Family|
Thank you so much for the quick response in filling the photo requests for Hazel, Kathleen and Horace McGee. I really appreciate your efforts on Findagrave
|Mary Lou McCormick||Betty Taylor Yarborough|
Thank you very much for the headstone photo for Betty and for all the other help you have given me...
Thanks So Much!
|Archie James||nettlie cox kirby|
thank you so much for taken the picture and sending it to me.
|Mary Lou McCormick||Oscar Snow Kirby|
Thank you very much for the great headstone photo for Oscar, I always appreciate your help!!!
|Sunni Winkler||Memorial 76122237|
Could you change "header" name please? You have it as Alilee McKnight Calvert Vause, and it should be Azilee--read stone.
Thank you. This is the grandmother of a lady for whom I am doing a DAR application and I know she will appreciate having it corrected. I also did her father's SAR application, so this is his mother's stone.
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