|Bonny Sweat (#47369893)|
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Thanks to my Cousin, Ann, for introducing me to Find A Grave. |
I enjoy researching and learning about my ancestors, family and friends. I live in West Columbia, South Carolina. I was born in Newport, Rhode Island. I was adopted when I was 18 months old and was blessed with the greatest parents of all, Anna Dutton and Henry Workman Sweat! My father died when I was 9 (January 1, 1968), and my mother remarried 18 months later. My stepfather, Gary Hilton Koon, went to be with the Lord on August 14, 1976. His favorite phrase was "WELL GLORY". My mother, Anna Dutton Sweat Koon, went home on October 14, 2008 and I miss her dearly.
I am a member of Wayside Baptist Tabernacle in Pelion, S.C.
The most important thing I can tell you about myself is that I am a Christian, saved by the grace of God through the shed blood of Jesus Christ, and I love Him with all my heart and soul! He proved His love for me, and for the WHOLE WORLD, when He GAVE His life on Calvary's cross. He loved us so much that He left the riches of Heaven to come to earth to die on the cross. He gave His life as an atonement for the sins of the whole world! What a great sacrifice! What a precious gift! What a wonderful Savior! THAT'S TRUE LOVE!
HOBBIES: Music, crocheting and gardening. I have 11 dogs and 3 cats.
I am researching and maintaining records for my adoptive family: Sweat/Dutton/Burton/Boggs.
I am also researching and maintaing records of my birth family: Rasnick/Manders/Finney/Neronha. The oldest known ancester for the Rasnick family is AndreasB Rierschneckh, born 1612 in Austria, died 1682 in Germany.
I would appreciate any additional information anyone has that they can pass along.
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|LegalDeb||RE: Mitchell Fleming|
Actually there is a second Find-a-Grave page for him to which I have added pictures you may be interested in seeing.
It is titled, Mitchell McCoy Fleming, Jr.
Added by LegalDeb on Aug 22, 2015 7:36 AM
|Jesse McWhirter||McWhirter family DNA project|
Bonny, something you may not know Henry McWhirter descendants and his brother William Mcwhirter 1720-1803 descendants are 100% DNA match. I am the William Mcwhirter DNA representative.
I am one of mitchell's daughters and saw your beautiful tribute to Daddy.
I see you have him creamated. He is actually buried at Southland Memorial Gardens in West Columbia. His grave is in the back near the mausoleums. There is a "road" to the right of the mausoleums Nd he is buried in the section to the right of that road . . . Closer to the right side of that section and near the front.
Added by LegalDeb on Aug 15, 2015 10:29 AM
|Cat Marthers||RE: Green Berry Sweatt|
|Tim Puckett||Drury Puckett|
Bonny - there is a lot of confusion with Drury and his brother Daniel. Some think they are the same because records have Drury and Daniel both born in 1732/1733.
I have Daniel born in 1718 and married to Ann Franklin. Daniel is my 5th great grandfather.
Can you elaborate?
Tim Puckett (me)
William Albert Puckett Jr
William Albert Puckett Sr
Samuel Puckett Jr
Samuel Puckett Sr
John Puckett IIII
|Cat Marthers||Green Berry Sweatt|
This is my great Uncle, he is buried at Neelys Creek Presbyterian Church in Rock Hill, SC. My grandfather was William Green Sweatt. Uncle Green left his farm in Catawba, SC to my grandfather. I would love to share Sweatt info with you.
They are correct now.
Please check the edit button and accept the corrections I made and you won't have to type anything.
Example: His middle name is Thomas
His birthdte is there etc.
Added by Sam on Mar 12, 2015 12:30 PM
On the Probst, please change the cemetery to Saint Peter's Cemetery. They aare both the same cemeteries that are owned by the church.
One with the around 187 is at the church on Assembly St and the other is in the 800 block of Elmwood Avenue.
P/S I tried to send an e-mail and it come back.
Added by Sam on Mar 07, 2015 7:12 AM
|Jackie Latta-Testerman||R Sweat/Swett|
I,ve always believed that he was too old to be in the cival war and I believe I have found proof that he was not and that he is buried along side Eliza in Pleasant Grove UMCemetery in Chester Co., SC. He was listed in the cemetery when a survey was done. Im waiting for a list to come to me. Check out Richard Sweatt in Pleasant Grove UM Cemetery. Then Check out the messeges left for the contibutor.
|Jackie Latta-Testerman||R Sweat/Swett|
I,ve always believed that he was too old to be in the cival war and I believe I have found proof that he was not and that he is buried along side Eliza in Pleasant Grove UMCemetery in Chester Co., SC. He was listed in the cemetery when a survey was done. Im waiting for a list to come to me. Check out Richard Swett in Pleasant Grove UM Cemetery. Then Check out the messeges left for the contibutor.
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