|Bobbi Cecil (#47093439)|
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My biological father Ernest William Martin Sr.
b. 3-08-1911 in Horse Pasture, VA d. 11-17-1987 Greensboro, NC. His father and mother, William Creed Martin m/ Mattie Sue Koger my gf & gm; Stokley Martin w/ Isabella B. Haynes my ggf & ggm. We do not know anything about the Martin Family, even if he had brothers and sisters. It has been a real roadblock to me.
Ruth Jane Dillion Koger Spencer
mother of Mattie Sue Koger Martin my grandmother;
Dillard Koger her father and Abraham Lee Spencer her stepfather after Dillard Koger died.
Other families I am researching are:
Ada Louise Lackey m. Samuel Wesley Foust
William Dickey Lackey her father and
Mary Routh her mother and her mother Cynthia Routh that never married.
Claude Lee Cecil and Blanche Goff Cecil my husbands paternal grandparents.
Alford Duckery Richardson m. Mishie Alvinie Moore in Randolph county buried in Huldah Bapt. Church Cemetery my husbands maternal great grandparents.
Jesse Smith Leonard and Sadie Horner Leonard adoptive parents of my mother born Della Louise Foust name changed with adoption to the Leonards to Helen Elizabeth Leonard and married Sidney Cairey Collins.
Gertrude Otley Spence and husband Kenny Monroe Collins, and the 9 children of marriage; 7 sons "Frank" Monroe, "Paul" Clifton, James "Tom" Thomas, "John" Pershing, William "Bill" Sterling, "Sidney" Cairey(my adoptive dad), and "Lewis" Monroe Collins; 2 daughters "Lillie Maude" Collins Bonsall and "Blanche" Otley Collins Washington.
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Thank you for transferring the memorial for Nello Williams. Your help is most appreciated. Sharon
Added by Sharon on May 23, 2014 10:32 AM
|B. Walls||RE: Green Lee and Ethel Moore Koger|
To request the transfer of a memorial you need to click on the "EDIT" tab in the upper right hand corner of the memorial then select the option for "OTHER requests". You need to state your relationship to the deceased and give your member #.
This needs to be done for each individual request.
Added by B. Walls on May 07, 2014 10:36 AM
|Suzannah McCuen||RE: Clairance Pettry Martin|
Try contacting the hospital librarian. Her name is Karen Gilliam. She can advise you as to which family member could qualify to sign a release of information and have a search of the available old records done to give a little more information about why he was admitted to the hospital - provided the record is still available. There was no fire at the hospital although I believe there may have been one in the county library years ago. Karen can be reached through the hospital operator at 828 433-2111. Unfortunately the state made the hospitals shred a lot of their records as they were unwilling to provide the storage space needed for them. But the medical records personnel have abstracted some of the details and may have some of the specifics available on your uncle. I hope this helps.
|Suzannah McCuen||RE: Clarence Pettry Martin|
The photo of the Bible page shows that it was from his father's Find a Grave memorial page and is credited to you. If you do not want it used on his memorial I will certainly remove it.
There was no great record-destroying fire at Broughton nor were the grave markers destroyed by any means. As you can see his marker is intact - I photographed all of the markers in 2010. His memorial page gives the Row and Grave number - Row 38, Grave 27. It is a public cemetery and the directions are given on the primary page for the cemetery where there is also a description of the layout of the graves so that the right row can be found.
At this point I am not transferring memorials from the hospital cemetery as conflicts have arisen when I transferred a few.
|Ann Ono Mouse||Polio Hospital|
I believe you wrote an inquiry regarding wishing for a photo of the Polio Hospital. My response below your letter:
My grandfather lived the last few years of his life in what was called the "Poor House". It was actually the Guilford County Home for the poor. He died there in 1955. Some years later it was torn down. It stood near the corner of Huffine Mill and Bessemer Avenue beside the old Polio Hospital in NE Greensboro. I have tried for several years to find a picture of this building but cannot. Does anyone have any idea where I can go to find a picture of it for my personal genealogical book of my families history.
Posted by: Bobbi Cecil | January 06, 2011 at 03:04 PM
There's a group on facebook that has at least one professor... we are currently discussing the Polio Hospital and photo links are available
Remember Greensboro 1950's and Before - North Carolina
|Polly Fry Hagerman||RE: Bernice McCaskill|
I am of no relation to the McCaskill. I only placed the memorial and the picture. Would you like a transfer? Polly
|ncsearch||Thomas Alexander Cecil|
Hi Bobbi- I do not manage Thomas - it is managed by an inactive member - you have to go thru edit@findagrave . Sorry I would if I could. Becky
Added by ncsearch on Feb 02, 2014 3:14 PM
|Cheryl & Richard Justice||RE: Ferguson Justice|
No my maiden name is Womack. My husband's last name is Justice. He has family members buried in North and South Carolina, and Virginia. We live in South Chesterfield County, Virginia. We are doing family research on my family and my husband's family. Its has been very hard trying to locate family members in both families. Find A Grave has been very helpful locating some of the family members, as well as Ancestry. If your friend would like to contact us, that would fine. You never know, its possible that we may be related some how. Thank you for contacting us. Best wishes.
Cheryl and Richard Justice
I am the great grandson of J. Morris Pugh who you name as a cousin in one of your posts. You also talk about a family Bible. I would love to meet you, talk about my family some and see the Bible. Let me know if any of this is possible. I live in Randolph County.
|Brittany Jenkins||Ada Louise Lackey Foust|
You stated in Ada's bio that she had 12 children, but only nine survived her death. Do you happen to know the names of the three remaining children?
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