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Barbara Wamsley (#47099121)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia. Retired from the US Marine Corps and living here near Greenville, SC for the past 16 years. My husband & I have 3 grown children and 7 grandchildren. We have been involved in genealogy since 1998 and love sharing with others. We also love to travel in our RV when we can, that way we can combine our two loves of travel and grave searching. Love this site!
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Joyce Ann Price at Motlow Creek
Hello again. I found Joyce Ann Price's death certificate thought you might want it.

Her Beech Springs, Spartanburg Co., SC Death Certificate #3100, dated Feb 19, 1930, states her name as Mrs. JOYCE ANN PRICE, a married white female, born May 17, 1890 in SC. She was a housewife and 39 years 8 months 23 days old at her death from a Stroke. Her father was listed as J. T. ASHMORE nd her mother as MARY ADAIR, both born in SC. Her husband was listed as T. M. PRICE. Informant was T. M. PRICE. Undertaker was listed as J.D. Wood and burial was in the Motlow Creek Baptist Church Cemmetery on Feb 20, 1930. Doctor was listed as F. A. JAMES.

Also could you add her relations link to her mother and father. Father #38843925 John Thomas Ashemore, and her mother's #38843973, Mary Adair Ashemore. Thanks in advance, Semper Fi, Marine.
Added by Record Hunter on Sep 04, 2009 5:51 PM
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Carl Price at Motlow Creek
Semper Fi. Hello again. I found Carl Price's Obit in the index at Spartanburg Library. His Memorial number is 34836980 at Motlow Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. His obituary appears in the Spartanburg Hearld Journal Obituary section, March 12, 1950, on page A2. Thought you might get it if you go to the Library in Spartanburg. Yours in the hunt, Bennie.
Added by Record Hunter on Sep 04, 2009 5:34 PM
Gerald Grant
Dorothy Tallardy
Hello, Barbara,
I am curious to know how you may be related to Dorothy Wamsley Tallardy.
My name is Gerry Grant.
Dot Tallardy's son Tom was in my grade school class at West Chester (PA) Friends school in the 6th grade (1958-59). My mother was friendly with Dot.and told her about Olney Friends School, a boarding school in Ohio where my mother went and where I was planning to go, so Tom also attended, which then led to his being an exchange student in Germany for a year.
Thank you. Gerry Grant
GeraldBGrant@aol.com
Added by Gerald Grant on Jul 07, 2009 5:48 AM
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John James Morrow at Motlow
Semper Fi. Always good to meet another Marine and someone interested in Genealogy.

The Spartanburg Hearld Obituary, dated Wed., July 31, 1946, page 3.
Campobello - JAMES J. MORROW, 68, farmer and well-known peach grower, died Monday night at 10:45 o'clock at his home following a heart attack at 6 o'clock. he was born and reared in Greenville County and was the son of the late ALFRED nad MARY EVANS MORROW. He had lived in Campobello for a number of years and was a member of Motlow Creek Baptist Church and Masonic lodge. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. KATTIE WEST MORROW; two daughters, Mrs. C. A. AIKEN and Mrs. FRED RICHARD; three sons, ALFRED, JOHN and BARNEY MORROW; SEVEN GRANDCHILDREN; FOUR BROTHERS, I. C., C. B., B. S. and B. T. MORROW, and two sisters, L. K. HINES and Mrs. BALLENGER. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Motlow Creek Baptist Church by the Revs., M. E. SMITH and FAY LANDFORD and C. E. PRUETT. Interment will be in the Motlow Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be CLAUDE MORROW, CLAUDE BALLENGER, LOREN MORROW, BOYCE LEE WEST, MARK FAIN and RAYMOND WEST. The escort of honor willbe coomposed of J. H. BISHOP, BILL CALDWELL, Dr. A. R. WALDEN, TOM MAYBARY, FRANK CLINTON, LEE PHILLIPS, MONROE BRUCE and TOM SMITH.

Yours in the Hunt, Bennie.
Added by Record Hunter on Jun 11, 2009 7:57 PM
Judy 💕
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HI BARBARA
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY.
JUDY
Added by Judy 💕 on May 09, 2009 11:26 PM
Kallie Thoreson
Arrah Ann & James Childers
Thank you again for the pictures. This is my husband's mother and his stepfather. I really appreciate it. Thanks again, Kallie
Added by Kallie Thoreson on May 09, 2009 8:02 PM
Kallie Thoreson
Lola Lollis
Thank you so much for the picture of my husband's grandmother headstone. I really appreciate it. Kallie
Added by Kallie Thoreson on May 09, 2009 8:00 PM
Jana H
Glen Pottz
Hi Barbara~Thank you so much for taking the photo for me. Forgive my tardiness in answering. My sweet Mama passed away and I've been away. J
Added by Jana H on May 01, 2009 11:05 PM
Troy McMahan
Thank You
Thank you so much for the photos and my aunts told me they met you at the cemetery they thought that was just so wonderful how you met i thank you so much from the bottom of my heart, i have been working on my family tree for about 2 years and im tryin to compile all the info i can gather and then make a book for my family, I seem to be the only one in my family to be interested in preserving the family history but maybe one day they will all thank me for doing what im doing, My grandmother had passed away and she had a shoe box with many obits in it and someone threw them away and right now im still hurting behind that senseless act they contained a wealth of information so now i compile all the info that i have gathered and that kind of makes me feel a little better once again thank you so much and may god bless you and keep you ps i will be visiting fountain inn in jul from the 22 - 28 and i would love to meet you thanx again.
Added by Troy McMahan on Apr 13, 2009 5:47 PM
C A B
Hi Barbara
I see you are a new member to this site, so I want to welcome you to the Find A Grave family. This is a wonderful site to visit loved ones who may be buried so far away. I like to visit as many memorial sites as I can because I believe that everyone should be remembered. Have a nice weekend.
Your friend, Carole
Added by C A B on Apr 04, 2009 6:48 AM
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