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Sarah Ferguson (#46915175)
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Bio Photo I began researching my families about 20 years ago. The main lines of research are Ferguson and Privett. Other lines of research are Keziah, Hough, Hearne, Flowe and many others

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Are you still active?
I sent an edit on the 8th and it was never completed or refused so I was wondering if you're still active. I know life gets in the way sometimes so I'm not trying to be pushy, just wondering, thanks!
Added by Peka on May 29, 2014 6:51 AM
Bill Watts
Emma L Sutton
According to our Sutton Family Bible Emma Laura Talbert was born 02/09/1846 and died 09/09/1880. Thank you for posting the picture of her grave.
Added by Bill Watts on Apr 23, 2014 5:41 PM
james cook
Mary Minerva Cook
Mary Minerva was named for her aunt who was the daughter of Nathaniel Cook who died in Lancaster SC in 1855. His daughter was Mary Manerva Cook. If you have no evidence she was married you can take off the extra Cook. She is buried next to her 16 year old brother Walter who is listed in the 1880 census as W.O. Cook. Yogi took pictures of the graves and Walter and Mary Minerva are buried three plots away from parents William Cook and Mary Ann McManus Cook. I wonder if several other children are not buried in the 3 empty plots. I have not been able to track daughters Martha and Sarah born 1858-60, and another daughter S.F. Cook born 1879 per the 1880 of W.I. Kook and 1870 census of William Cook and Mary Ann. I am trying to locate some obituaries if available from Joyce Raney who located the 1855 obituary on Nathaniel Cook as well as his son Stephen Sheppard Cook in Lancaster SC.
Added by james cook on Apr 19, 2013 9:00 AM
james cook
Mary Minerva Cook
thank for adding all these family members. I
was able to find William I. Cook and his wife Mary A. Cook from Lancaster SC. Looking at the 1880 census for W.I.Kook and M.A. Cook I found daughter Mary and son W.O. in the family. I feel certain that Walter Cook who died age 16 and Mary were brother and sister. Yogi took a picture of Walter's grave for me which I added. It matches that of Mary, and the family must have buried them in matching graves. I doubt that Mary was married unless you have other information about a Cook spouse. You did a lot of work on this cemetery and put it on USGenWeb also which is great. Thanks for helping me find my relatives, James W. Cook MD
Added by james cook on Apr 17, 2013 8:43 AM
james cook
Added by james cook on Apr 17, 2013 8:41 AM
Charles Brooks
OOPS! Grave Transfer
I sorry,I should have said Ollie,who is Carrie's sister.
Added by Charles Brooks on Jan 24, 2013 8:40 AM
Charles Brooks
Grave Transfer
Thank you very much for transferring Carrie to me.I have updated a lot of the links.

Thanks Again
Charles Brooks
Added by Charles Brooks on Jan 24, 2013 8:35 AM
Carolyn Hamrick
Little I left it out.
Added by Carolyn Hamrick on Jan 06, 2013 1:37 PM
Carolyn Hamrick
Nancy J Williams was a Little,also her father was Laban Litte b 6 Jun 1809 mother was Nancy E Love b 15 Feb 1812.
Her husband was John Amos Williams b 9 Nov 1851
d 16 Apr 1896.
If you would would edit this infro and if you have a stone we would love to have it.
Thanks for all your hard work.
Added by Carolyn Hamrick on Jan 06, 2013 1:35 PM
John and Mattie Efird
Thank-you for taking the pictures. I really do appreciate it!
Added by CarolynMMP on Oct 28, 2012 2:46 PM
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