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My mom and I have been able to find some pictures of head stones on this site that we most likely would never have seen. It's helped us in my search of our family history. "Thank you".|
If we've made any mistakes or you have any suggestions for any of the ones that we've placed in here, please let us know.
If you'd like us to transfer a site over to you, just ask. As long as it's not someone that is a part of our family I will be glad to transfer.
** Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy Shit... what a ride!" **
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|Mindy Donovan-Tandy||RE: Eliza Fisher, Huntsman|
Hi! I'm from the Fisher side of the family. I looked through my records and I don't see any reference regarding William Huntsman from around 1930 either. My curiousity is now peaked, and I think I'll be digging some more. I'll let you know if I come with anything!
|Tracey Crow||RE: Crow family|
Hi, thanks for transferring the Crows to me. I remember when we first went looking for the cemetery we drove right past it and only found it on the 2nd try. I only get to visit once a year so maybe next time we can meet up.
|Tracey Crow||RE: Crows|
Hi, yes I'll manage the Crows. Thank you very much. Sorry to say I have not researched the Pritchetts yet. I only know a couple of things. Nancy married a Ripperdan and 3 of their sons located near where I live in California. I've been in touch with one of their descendants who lives in Southern California. Abraham K. Ripperdan Jr. has the largest monument in Acacia Cemetery. Memorial # 17836868.
Is is true that Prickett's Fort in West Virginia was built by some of our Pritchett family? thanks
|Tracey Crow||Crow's in Old Ashley|
Hi, Susan Pritchett Crow is my 3rd great-grandmother. In 1849 Susan's husband Walter went to California during the gold rush. He came back to Pike County, gathered up sons, in-laws and other men and drove cattle back to California. He died shortly after he reached California. My line is through Walter and Susan's son John B. Crow & Perthania Eastin; their son John B. Crow & Clara Braly (Clara's aunt was married to Alexander Majors of Pony Express fame}. Perthania died about a year after moving to California. John and his brothers founded Crows Landing in California. I wrote a book about our family titled Crow Family History which is available on Amazon. You can see some pages of it on that site. I was just at Old Ashley Cemetery and I saw that stones are being repaired and the cemetery is being taken care of, which I appreciate. It looks so much better than when I first saw it a few years ago. thanks
|Tracey Crow||Crow's in Old Ashley Cemetery|
Hi, thanks for managing the Crow listings in the Old Ashley Cemetery. Is this your family? If not I would like to manage their listings. If so, please let me know how you are related so I can add you to the family tree! thanks, Tracey
|pc||Paul Reedy Eoila Cemetery trf|
Thanks for the Paul Reedy edit.
Added by pc on Nov 01, 2015 8:19 PM
|Neal Underwood||Nellie Brown 103680783|
I have deleted my duplicate. It was the same person though the dates differed. I believe your dates are most likely correct as they are from the gravestone. I have submitted a couple automated updates with the additional information I had.
|James Allen "Jim" Rogers||Medley Brown|
Thank you for making the links to his parents so promptly.
|James Allen "Jim" Rogers||Duplicate|
I see another and newer memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 129328100) for infant Medley Brown. Yours is # 103681865. His is newer, but yours has the name incorrectly entered. You may want to sort this out with Mr. Slover. Just sayin'...
something like that I think. I can't get on ancestry. It's down right now I guess.
Added by AKC on Oct 07, 2015 3:51 PM
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