|Steve Hinds (#48180521)|
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Raised in Dillon, SC and attended school there. Entered Clemson University and graduated in 1962 with a B.S. Degreee in Forestry. Entered the Air Force after graduation and attended many Navigator Schools and ultimately was certified in B-52's. Had a couple of tours during the Vietnam War. After 7 years, entered the civilian life and worked in Personnel in a Primary Paper Mill. After a few years I transferred to the packaging side of the industry and finally retired as the National Accounts Sales Manager, Southeast, for Packaging Corp of America.
I married Peggy M. Kelley from Pendleton, SC, whom I met while attending Clemson. We have been married for 49 years and have one son, Eric.
I have been researching our extended family for 25 years (2013) and have published one book (606 pages) The Descendants of John "Merchant" Cameron. I am close to finishing my second book on the Cameron Family (my mother's side).
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Thank you for the info.
Added by Jo on Dec 02, 2013 5:27 PM
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||RE: Mary Calhoun|
Sorry, Steve, I need to slow down and read more carefully-thanks for letting me know.
|Jo||Lloyd Bull Memorial Number 117710195|
Did you know Lloyd H. Bull, memorial 117710195? You mentioned he was a POW during WWII. I believe he was a prisoner with my uncle. Do you know what prison camps he was in?
Added by Jo on Dec 02, 2013 3:22 PM
|C. Ingraham||James Caligan|
Steve, thanks for this info. I have already made the adjustments and listed James info in elinor's memorial since i don't manage his.
And i am descended from Allen Cameron 74275542. My first Cameron to America.
|SGM Bruce Horne||Cameron|
Thank you for the kind words. I took photos of all the Cameron's at Cypress Presbyterian Church. I am in the process of uploading them now. I think there are about 50 to 75.
|S.Rea||RE: Flora Margaret Cameron|
Thank you so much for the information on Flora Margaret Cameron! I cannot begin to tell you how long we've searched to find anything!! I do believe that with the information that you provided that I have found her gravesite at the Dorothea Dix Hospital Cemetery.
You wouldn't know if there are any existing pictures of Flora Margaret Cameron would you, I ask because I have a tin type (below) of a very pretty, dark haired lady (probably 1865 – 1875) who favors my great grandfather (James Lemuel McQueen McCormick) and has the initials "J. L. McCormick" (James Lemuel McCormick?) scratched onto the back as well as "Broadway" and a serial number. (the picture would have been taken prior to his birth year), I would love more information on your books as well.
I have saved a many, decent quality family pictures of the McCormick/Douglas/Cameron families with identifying information on my Pinterest (search for "Shannrea") and look on "My Genealogy" board, if you'd like to check them out. I doubt I can be of much help but if I may have any information that you might be interested, I would love to share.
Thank you again for your response, I can't tell you how wonderfully surprised I was to have found your message!
You can reach me at this e-mail or alternately at email@example.com
Added by S.Rea on Nov 22, 2013 7:41 AM
|Mary Months||Mary Ann Wardlaw|
Dear Steve Hinds,
Thank you so much for going to Sharon United Methodist Church Cemetery and finding and posting the grave of Mary Ann Wardlaw. I really appreciate the time and effort you spent in doing that! Also thanks for posting! Mary
|Martha Reid 19 UDC||Memorial# 62071071|
Thank you for the headstone photo. Your time and effort was truly appreciated. Have a wonderful week and God Bless You for the work you do on F/G.
Thanks so much for taking the photo of John & Christine Prince's headstone.
Your help is very much appreciated.
Added by Gerry on Oct 30, 2013 5:47 PM
|Long Ago and Yesterday~||Agnes and Grady Newton|
Thank you for the adding the photos for Agnes Verdie Cantrell Newton and Grady Newton in Greenwood Memorial Gardens, Greenwood, SC. Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated. Rebekah
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