|Robin Farley Dixson (#46558224)|
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I love genealogy and visiting cemeteries. I'm hoping by listing cemeteries in the area where I live (Greenville, Laurens & Spartanburg Counties, SC)I will be able to help someone in their research. Unfortunately I am not related to any of the entries I have made for SC. Please Email me any corrections. Some of the families I am researching are: Arrasmith,Bailey,Baum, Bish,Bray,Conner,Coon,Coonrod,Cornell,Dixson,|
Welch & Willis.
Thanks to all who Email and let me know I've helped. I have noticed a lot of my pictures are making their way to Ancestry.com. I don't mind but would truly appreciate you noting where the picture came from.
WE WILLINGLY MAKE TRANSFERS WITHIN THE 4 GENERATION "FAG" GUIDELINES WHICH ARE:
Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents. (AND the above relatives for your spouse.) Please use the "EDIT" tab to ask for EACH transfer. *****PLEASE STATE YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED*****
For EXTENDED FAMILY MEMBERS, (aunts, uncles, cousins, great-greats, etc.) we will gladly make additions, corrections or links
PLEASE USE the "EDIT" tab on the upper right side of the memorial to send corrections and links. PLEASE BE PATIENT with your requests. Your request may not be done the first day you send it.
Quote from Findagrave: "The goal is not to "OWN" every memorial of those to whom you are related. THE ULTIMATE GOAL SHOULD BE TO HAVE MEANINGFUL, ACCURATE MEMORIALS THAT HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY, REGARDLESS OF WHO CREATED THE MEMORI
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65,042 Memorials Added
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22 Volunteer Photos Taken
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|Karon & H.G. Stone||lollis|
I was wondering If you could tranfer my family to me. I will take great care of them. They are in Brushy Creek Baptist church cemetery. these are their no.
8621812 ernest lollis= great grandfather
8621814 lillian boiling lollis : greatgrand mother
8621808: dean lollis
8621809: mitchell lollis
8621816: Robert lollis
8621949: ronnie lollis
Thank You karon stone
|Penny||Benjamin Griffith in McDaniel Cemetery|
Robin, I do not need a photo! You did however post one on Find A Grave and I do appreciate that! My question: can you tell me the names of the people that surround him? My concern is where his wife is buried, if she is buried there under her maiden name or even in the same cemetery since she was a McDaniel I would have thought she would have been in there but I do not see a memorial for her unless she is under the McDaniel name. Another theory was there is no marker for her any longer. Just not sure. If you are unable to find her anywhere in there I do appreciate your efforts! Her name was Mary Polly McDaniel. Thank You
Added by Penny on May 11, 2013 12:31 AM
|Alan & Kim Poore||Thanks for the memorials you have created|
I am grateful for your efforts to provide information and photos on Find a Grave. Your posting of the information for Sophia and MJL Godfrey helped me put the puzzle pieces together and solve a family mystery. Sophia's daughter, Maggie, was born in 1860. Her twin sister (MJL) and her mother, Sophia, died shortly after birth. I spoke with some of my father's cousins in the 1980s and none of Maggie's living descendants knew anything of her father or mother. They knew Maggie had other siblings, and named them. After recently coming upon my notes from that time, I was able to look up the siblings and find Sophia and MJL on Find a Grave. During finding them, I was able to find Maggie's father and other siblings as well. The twin sister had 1 days difference between her birth date and Maggie's. I also found in the 1860 Census Mortality Schedule that Sophia died of typhoid fever. Using sibling death certificates and the information on here, I discovered that the father James R Godfrey had 3 wives, 2 of which died around the time of a childbirth.
Thanks again for all you do.
|Karen & Buddy||RE: Greenville Memorial|
It was so along ago and I covered so much but I do know for certain that I didn't get to do section B (left side as you enter along highway). If section B on the left side doesn't cover the entire area along the highway then those graves need to be done also. This is the only section to my knowledge that did not get done.
Happy Easter to you and yours.
Added by Johnny on Mar 30, 2013 1:16 PM
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Deimlings in St. Rose Cemetery, Perrysburg, OH|
I have been working for days now trying to identify the members in a family plot at St. Rose. The cemetery office had a fire several decades ago and the original records were destroyed so they do not know who is buried in the cemetery. By comparing online trees and studying the grave markers, I believe I have identified the 9 members, including your Louis's parents Joseph & Mary. Feel free to look them over, connect them to Louis, and please let me know if you have any knowledge to add or find a mistake I've made with the 9. Joseph, wife #2 Margaret, wife #3 Mary, Franklin, George & wife, twins Jacob & Emma, Frances (whom I don't know the parents of). Thanks, Pamela
|Fran Bundy||Contributions to Findagrave|
Robin, Thank you so much for all you have done on Findagrave. The contributions and up-dates to my family have been tremendous!
|Jim Savage||Ernest Savage Memorial|
Thank you for transferring my father's memorial to me!
Thanks, also for all that you do for Find A Grave!
|Jim Savage||Kate Lois Gault Savage|
Thank you for transferring my mother's memorial to me!
Thanks, also for all that you do for Find A Grave!
Thank you for transfering Jane Thompson Find A Grave site to me.
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