|Kelly Jane O (#46850092)|
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Names I am tracing: |
From SC: Moon / Miller / Robertson / McDowell / Stewart / Gosnell / Ballew / Reid / Barnett / Howard / Kellett / Glenn / Blagrave among others
From NY : Schultz / Ehrhardt / Smith / Myers / Meyers / Underhill / Van Wicklen among others
Proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (5), Colonial Dames of the 17th Century (34), Daughters of the American Colonists (1), The Ancient & Honorable Artillery Company (3) & The United Daughters of the Confederacy (17).
PLEASE ASK PERMISSION TO USE MY PHOTOS & OBITS ON OTHER WEBSITES and please credit your source, not just for me but for all the findagrave volunteers.
My biggest pet-peeve is to look at someone's personal page and see 510 lines of RULES...please know this is findagrave and not something akin to national security. If you transfer someone "out of the guidelines" it won't start a world war or make children in a foreign country starve...please use some common sense...I try and be helpful to others and hope others will do the same. I don't do mass name transfers though, nor will I transfer to people who feel a need to post nasty messages.
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|Valerie Creel||Homar Donald Burrell.Landrum S.C.|
Hi,I was wondering if you could connect Homar with his parents Lula Ray Burrell and Carl Robert Burrell buried at Bethel baptist Church in Campobello S.C.He has 2sisters buried there also.Bessie Mae Burrell Cooper and his other sister is Betty Jane Gilbert.Thank you!Look forward to hearing from you!
|Frank Strickland||Bethel Presbyterian Church Cemetery|
The Find-a-grave site for Bethel Presbyterian Church in Walhalla, SC, was in many ways a mess. Just wanted to thank you publicly for assisting me getting the info corrected. Getting it right is especially important for such a historic church as ours. You also added some great items to many of the memorials that I am certain relatives will find quite useful in the future.
|Emily||Added Maiden Name|
I added the additional info as you suggestive for Stella Mason, Memorial #49720913. Appreciate you sharing and sending the additional info.
Added by Emily on May 12, 2013 11:26 AM
Just noticed Marie's name here, too. She may have been buried in the same place as her mom, or perhaps just up the hill in the CGA Infants area.
Added by Judy on May 06, 2013 7:18 PM
I asked a couple of times at the office for the location of grave for her. It is in a section called CGA (Common Graves) most without markers. I've searched a few times, found a few markers but not hers. I took a picture of the area and will post it but you could delete it if you want to.
Added by Judy on May 06, 2013 6:59 PM
|Susan Wiley||Bettie Carrington Dinwiddie Kilgore|
Hi Kelly. Thanks for your help. Bettie had 3 children. The oldest is Elizabeth Carrington Kilgore Gibbs July 5, 1899-February 24, 1979. She is buried and listed in the Kilgore plot at Oakwood. She needs to be added to Bettie's page. Her two sons are listed. I will be adding more photos later today.
|Susan Propst Igel||RE: Hunnicutt Family|
Thanks for the link to the 1917 article about the Hunnicutts! I already had it. I appreciate you sending it, as I might not have had it.
There are multiple inaccuracies in this article. My cousins and I are wondering if the writer actually knew any of the family or if they just went by what they were told by others. I'm happy to set the record straight for descendants and researchers who contact me.
Not sure if you had the request for Genoble , But I found Carrie and Homer Genoble at Bethlehem Baptist Church .It is a unusual name so just thought I would say ,just in case could be a family member .
|Susan Propst Igel||Hunnicutt Family|
Thank you so much for adding the information and memorials for the Hunnicutt Family in Oconee County, SC. You're faster than I am at getting them loaded and listed!
I'll get your suggested updates finished as fast as I can. These are my family, so I do want their memorials to be updated and factual. I appreciate all of your suggestions and assistance.
|Alverne J. Hollingsworth||James Hogan Dendy|
James Hogan Dendy was originally buried at his home cemetery where his slaves were buried also. Later, James' wife had him moved to the Richland cemetery. The slaves were not moved.
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