|Ray Bobo (#46978725)|
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I am a 10th generation descendant of Gabriel Baubau (also spelled Beaubeau, Babeau, Baubeau, etc.), who is believed to be the first Bobo immigrant circa 1700. He came from western France to Virginia under the headright system. For more information on the headright system click here.|
For documentation about Gabriel Baubau and his descendants click here.
Though Bobo is an uncommon name, there are thousands of us all over the US. It is absolutely amazing how quickly a family can grow from an original pair. Why, just look at the human family!
PLEASE LEAVE ONLY THANK YOU NOTES ON THIS PAGE!! Send personal notes to email address. Thanks.
Sadly of late it seems that Find A Grave has turned into Find An Obituary. I do not post obits word for word from the newspaper. First of all, out of respect for the living, and second because once the funeral is past it is old news. Yes, I post deceased relations and other pertinent information. I especially dislike scanned obits that are posted as photos of the individual.
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|eleanor ||Eleazer Edwards|
Thank you for posting this picture.
Eleanor Edwards Satterfield
Added by eleanor on Apr 13, 2013 10:08 AM
|Ben||Rogers Cemetery Photos|
Good photos of the Rogers Cemetery. I was actually there on Sunday, two days before you showing my nephew his 5th Great Grandparents tombstones and homestead.
Added by Ben on Mar 03, 2013 8:30 AM
|want2buytheworldacoke||The Pruitt Family Cemetery|
You have done something so difficult and time-consuming. I can't thank you enough for your unselfishness. The Pruitt family history you've helped uncover now reaches all the way west to Oregon and has further extended through many Pruitts/individuals into other countries world-wide. For example: an aunt of mine founded and ran 2 orphanages in the Phillipines for nearly 30 years. That is how far those old South Carolina Pruitts have reached, and I thank you heartily! Wish there was some way to tell you how sacred these photos will be to us, as weird as that would sound to some, as we appreciate what they did to bring us so far. A strong and large family of ministers, shop-keepers, hotel-proprietors, soldiers, and farmers/ranchers began where you were taking those pictures, I guess you could say.
Again, so much thanks!
|Anna Melissa Melendez||W A Pruitt|
Thank you for your work in acquiring the photo for Alexander Pruitt. He was my 6th great grandfather. You did a very good job with the photo.
Melissa (Bogle) Melendez
Thank you so much for getting this photo! I really appreciate it!
Added by mwaltman on Dec 27, 2012 12:39 PM
|Matt Schmidt||Lemuel Johnson Grave|
Thank you so much for clearing the grave site. You are awesome!! -matt
|Kathy Hayes||Mary Mahulda Nix Sims|
I am trying to figure out my Nix line of Jeremiah Nix born abt 1787 died 1856/1857 and Mary/Louisa Francis Webb Nix born 1790 died 1880.Trying to connect Thomas B Nix and Jeremiah Nix were they brothers or cousins or maybe Thomas B Nix was a son of Jeremiah Nix they all came from Ga then to Randolph Co Ala Jeremiah and Thomas B Nix are frist listed in 1850 Census.Thomas B Nix is the father of Your Mary Mahulda Nix Sims.Was all these related in 1850 Nixes.Could Thomas B Nix be a son of Jeremiah and Francis Lousia Webb Nix.Boy i need help on these Nix families.If they are related i sure do have alot of history on this Thomas B Nix family and i hope they are related to my Nixes.
|Laura Myers||Ned Mullins|
Thank you for the picture of Mr. Mullins' marker. I appreciate your taking the time to do this.
|dbe||Wofford family cemetery|
Thank you for posting the photos of the Wofford family cemetery. I tried to find it one day when I was in Spartanburg. Unfortunately the road was muddy and we were not sure where or how far to go.
Added by dbe on Sep 22, 2012 9:40 AM
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