|Meredith Drew Trawick (#46908319)|
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I have done the research to PROVE my ancestors for the following genealogical societies:
Jamestowne Society -
Colonial Dames of the XVII Century -
Daughters of the American Revolution -
Martin DIAL, Sr.
First Families of Georgia -
George BRITTAIN, Sr.
United States Daughters of 1812 -
William EDWARDS, Sr.
United Daughters of the Confederacy -
John Stephens DREW, Sr.
Thomas G. "Tom" KILE, Jr.
Isaac Newton MOONEY
Joseph Curtis SMITH
Henry Patrick SHACKELFORD
Francis Marion "Frank" QUEEN
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|Just Plain Nosy||RE: Rebecca George Hays #46250969|
Hi there! I was under the impression that this stone was placed in memory of BOTH Erastus and Rebecca. I could be wrong.
The inscription reads:
In memory of
Pvt. Erastus W. Hays
25 SC Inf
Sept. 10, 1864
I could find no other marker for Rebecca at this cemetery when I was last there in 2010. I will leave the photo there for now until I find out otherwise.
I am a direct descendant (8 generations) of Handy Harris! I just wanted to say hello! Please email me anytime at email@example.com
|Jean Christopher||William Lewis, Patriot|
I am the 3rd great granddaughter of William Lewis and live near the home where he received the original Land Grant in 1803. We found the documentation in the home in 2007. The home is still in the family with the 6th generation living in it currently. The home was completely restored in 2008 & 2009. We call it the Lewis-Moorhead home since by Great-grandmother, Catherine Lewis married William Moorhead and the home came into the Moorhead family through my grandfather, Augustus Gilkey Moorhead of Pendleton, SC. His son Walter A. Moorhead lived in it his entire 90+ years and now his daughter resides there. I am currently working on a DAR supplemental for the Lewis family. I found the information very interesting about Wm. Lewis military service. Thank you!
|Lee Herbst||Charlie Jordon Smith clan's|
I have followed your research in regards to the Smith Clan in Johnson County, GA
William Daniel Smith
William Kimball Smith
Joseph Curtis Smith
I would be interested in the line going backwards. I see you have done some research prior to William Daniel Smith.
Thank you for your help,
Raymond Lee Herbst, Jr. (Great Grandson of Charlie Jordon Smith, William Kimball's son)
|FamiliŠ Gentium||St Laurence Church, Ludlow|
You have created a duplicate listing of this cemetery in Find A Grave's data base, and duplicated some of the memorials in the older listing. Please take a look and delete your duplicates and move the others to the original listing.
|Anonymous||Emily Anne Coffin|
Charles Perry Bruce Jr is my GGG Grandfather with of course Emily being his 2nd wife. May I use this photo for documentation only. My tree is private and always will be. Thanking you in advance.
|Julia Ather||RE: Mallery Page King #45575584|
Yep, might as well just leave him a Captain. It's written right there on his gravestone. I hadn't noticed that his bio called him a colonel a couple times, so thanks for telling me and for looking up his Confederate file to verify his highest rank.
|Julia Ather||Mallery Page King|
I got your edit about Mallery's title. Since his obituary and his gravestone called him a Captain, could you tell me why you think it should be Colonel?
|Cindy||Sarah Leak Van Bibber|
Thanks for updating her memorial.
Added by Cindy on Jan 03, 2016 10:18 PM
|Ken Webb||Maggie Smith mem# 31317275|
The 1910 Fed Census for William C Smith and Mollie (Webb) shows that Mollie had 2 children with one still living. In the same census, Maggie is listed as 8 years old, born in 1902 and again in the 1920 census at 18. I doubt the deceased child in this memorial was named Maggie also. The other children in the census reports all line up so I am sure this is the right family.
Added by Ken Webb on Oct 28, 2015 1:25 PM
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