|Sandra Smith (#47193629)|
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Love to take pictures and update cemeteries so if I add someone and you know the complete name & dates or maiden name let me know. I really appreciate any correction I get.|
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|Barbara||Mem # 156279162|
Sandy can you link Wade to Delbert and Ednus Reynolds
Added by Barbara on Dec 22, 2015 2:47 PM
|Hamilton Smith||John Victor and Elizabeth Muncy|
I'm sorry but there are no memorials for John Victor and his wife, Elizaeth.
Barbara Smith Dunn
|Hamilton Smith||McCaslin Muncy #66518673|
I attempted the edit button and it wouldn't go through so I am sending a message this way:
father was John Victor Muncy
b 1804 N. Carolina
mother was Elizabeth Jarvis
b 1809 N. Carolina
d 1879 Tennessee
|LaDon Brennan||Jala Bellamy|
I really appreciate that you went back to cemetery to verify engraving where the stone was cracked, and for adding the photo to show where it was laying -- obviously placed on the wall from elsewhere. Why her marker was in that cemetery is a mystery that hopefully I can resolve. And thanks so much for the transfer.
|Maryemma Buttler||Nancy's name|
The birth and death dates for Nancy Langston are the as I have listed for the first(?) wife of William Buffalo and for Nancy Bookout's second marriage; If this is the same Nancy, is there a reason her stone still reads as Langston? I guess I'm asking, is this the right Nancy and/or were she and William Buffalo really married. Any ideas?
My primary reason for following this lateral line on my tree is both curiosity about all members of my family (this is my mother's line) and looking for any connections with the Langston name - which might lead to my father's line. Hoping to hear from you.
How would I go about finding out who Hester's Parents were Please?
|GenealogyJoan||RE: Unity Cemetery|
That's ok, I will be back sometime. We were in Izard and visited Combs and Lunenburg, and got a lot of photos. I will research to find where on Knob creek road that the Blankenship land is located. I never met Denny Elrod or Rick Dowdle, but I'm probably related to Rick, back in time. Thanks so much for your effort, it is so appreciated as always.
|Tom Childers||RE: William & Albert Schultz|
Thanks for the correction.