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rhondabrent (#47027837)
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Donna Montoro Westwood
Thank-you for the grave photo for Martha Jackson
Added by Donna Montoro Westwood on Mar 27, 2015 10:20 AM
photo thanks
Thank you for going out to photograph the grave stone of Elizabeth (Hukill) Hamilton, at the Denny Cemetery. And thank you for sharing at findagrave. I've updated Elizabeth's page with info on the stone, thanks to your efforts.
Added by AMB on Mar 25, 2015 11:14 AM
Thank you for the picture
Added by Kramer/Leeds on Mar 25, 2015 10:31 AM
Howard Burough
Please post photo and make an edit request on the dates.
Added by Howard Burough on Mar 25, 2015 8:38 AM
Howard Burough
Margaret Photo
Again thanks for your effort in this matter. It is greatly appreciated.

Added by Howard Burough on Mar 25, 2015 8:32 AM
Howard Burough
RE: Burrough / Burough graves at Denny Cemetery
According to the family Bible that Alexander had, he had 18 children including Amanda born 1851 in North Carolina, Mandy born in 1871 in Iowa, Joesph born 1858 born in Iowa and John born 1860 in Iowa.
Amanda's was spelled Burroughs, Joe and John's was spelled Burrough

Please add any photo's that you may have. That will be greatly appreciated.

Alexanders's name was spelled Burrow when he lived in North Carolina


Howard Burough
Added by Howard Burough on Mar 24, 2015 5:24 PM
Howard Burough
K. Burough
Many thanks for your time and effort to obtain this photo. It is greatly appreciated.

Added by Howard Burough on Mar 24, 2015 2:59 PM
William Croghan
Isaac Hiatt Pic
thanks so much for the picture!!!!!!
Added by William Croghan on Mar 09, 2015 9:11 PM
Vesta McKee
William Bridgeman
My great great grandfather was William Bridgeman, 1829-1885, whose gravestone was posted by you. Thank you.
His second son, by first wife Ellen Karnes, Charles E (Charley)Bridgeman is my great grandfather. Charley is listed with William and second wife, Elsie (Alcy, Alcie) Caylor in 1870 US Census, along with several half siblings. I have been unable to locate documents with my great great grandmother Ellen. I am hoping maybe some of your readers will know something about her and also about William's parents, who I believe are Philip and Sarah Carnes Bridgeman.
Added by Vesta McKee on Feb 13, 2015 8:31 PM
Linda Berney
RE: Raney
I appreciate your diligence! Such an odd coincidence. It took us quite a while to sort things out. I bet they had confusion all their lives.
Added by Linda Berney on Jan 23, 2015 8:18 AM
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