|Kelly Jane O (#46850092)|
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From SC: Moon / Miller / Robertson / McDowell / Stewart / Gosnell / Ballew / Reid / Barnett / Howard / Kellett / Glenn / Blagrave among others
From NY : Schultz / Ehrhardt / Smith / Myers / Meyers / Underhill / Van Wicklen among others
Proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (5), Colonial Dames of the 17th Century (46), Daughters of the American Colonists (1), The Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company (3) & The United Daughters of the Confederacy (14).
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|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Tinsleys|
Thank you for your work with Find A Grave. It makes it possible for me to visit cemeteries where I have extended families buried that I otherwise could not see. I can no long visit cemeteries in person. Thank you for giving your permission for your photos to be used on my Ancestry and FTM files. I appreciate this so much. I am not quite sure how to use the edit to give credit for where I get the photos. I went to edit and did not see a place that I could use to put them on Ancestry or FTM.
I will keep trying to find a way.
Thank you again.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
|Colleen OBrien||Golding Tinsley|
I am indebted to you for the generosity of your passion time and effort in such noble and honoring work. Please accept my deepest gratitude for "going the extra mile" to post the newspaper notice for Golding Tinsley's passing. Mere words,I'm certain, fail in adequacy to convey my heartfelt thankfulness.
I am a descendant of Golding's brother, (Capt) James Tinsley, born in Culpeper, who moved to, and passed away in, Texas. A researcher by trade, I consider myself quite a humbled amateur with regards to genealogy. Nonetheless, I have been truly blessed to find what ems the Lord has provided, most through the work of trailblazers like yourself, with regards to my family history.
I've joyfully read the Spartanburg "Spartan's" account of Golding before. However, this morning I deeply appreciated the personal, spiritual encouragement derived from my anticipated revisit to the newspaper's account of his life that you graciously posted.
Though not my direct progenitor, if that be the correct vernacular(?), the uplifting and noble characteristics attributed to him,* reached out to me through many generations. Thanks to your diligence, consideration and forethought, this far-distant "niece" received that unique, supernaturally nourishing, Godly encouragement needed in my moment of need.
There is a higher call to your work than just what meets the eye...than that which satisfies the sincere and justifiable curiosity to "know" the forbearers from which we have descended.
God bless you with the desires of your heart and countless answered prayers.
|Green Jewell||James Holland Howard|
I noted your very informative bio about Constable James H. Howard. Just wanted to clarify one point. You mentioned Governor Ben Tillman and the SC Dispensary system and resistance to it and then moved on to discussing Howard as representing a new era. In point of fact, the Dispensary system was effectively shut down in 1907. The work that Howard was doing at the time of his death was under federal Prohibition. The text as written is a little misleading. you might also be interested to know that JH Howard is honored at the SC Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame in Columbia as an officer who died in the line of duty.
|John Hawthorne||Requesting permission to use photos|
I am asking permission to attach some of your photos to my family tree at ancestry.com
|Valerie Creel||Lula Ray Burrell -Bethel Baptist Church ,Landrum S.C.|
I am requesting a transfer of Lula Ray Burrell.She is my maternal Grandmother.Thank you!
|David N||Please transfer John Bartlett Dill to me|
His memorial # is 84239964. He was my maternal grandfather. Thanks so much, please let me know if I have given you enough information. David
Added by David N on Feb 19, 2015 5:10 PM
|Record Hunter||Just checking|
Hello again. I have sent several updates to memorials and have not heard from you, just wanted to make sure everything is alright, regards.
|Debra||Albert Judson Thomas|
I am not sure how this happened, but can you take a look at this memorial Find A Grave#42124254. I believe that he is tied to the wrong father (being John Thomas Thomas.)
There were several"John Thomases" in the Sptbg area, but this one didn't have a son of that name that I know of. I have researched this family extensively. Also I have the family bible records and there is no child of that name in the bible pages.
Let me know if I can help or if I made a mistake.
Debra Find A Grave# 47310291
Added by Debra on Feb 16, 2015 10:42 AM
|Susan Carrington Kilgore Wiley||4 Kilgores|
Thank you so much for the transfers. If I can help you please let me know. Susan
|Emily E. Farley Smith||RE: Rev. Spielmann Memorial|
No, I'm not related to the Reverend.
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