|Susan I. Grills (#47149766)|
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I was born and raised in Atlanta, but have lived most of my adulthood in Charlotte, North Carolina. Coincidentally I ended up right where my roots are on my father's side of the family. Genealogy is my passion and I never met a cemetery I didn't like. I'm also into historic preservation, both of buildings and the lives of people no longer with us.|
As the daughter of a general and great-granddaughter of 3 Confederate veterans, I like to note military records of veterans on their findagrave memorials.
I welcome corrections/additions, but will no longer link to a "burial unknown" person. I have found this leads to duplicates.
FAMILIES ON MY FATHER'S SIDE: Irwin, DeWeese, Blackwelder, Babcock, Taylor, Wilbon.
FAMILIES ON MY MOTHER'S SIDE: Bryan, Battle, Pope, Atkinson, Yarbrough, Chappell.
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|sharon beaudin||flake neil misenheimer|
Dear Susan, This grave marker is of my maternal grandfather. He was married to my grandmother Lulu Misenheimer. I was wondering if you were related to this family or new them. We are looking for some medical information. My grandmother gave birth to a daughter, My mother but her dad was not Flake. The story goes that Flake's family new the name of my moms dad. Of course they kept this info pretty quiet back then and we understand that. My mom met him but he died when she was about 7 years old in 1934. Anyway I was wondering if you could put me in contact with some of the lovely Misenheimer folks. Just a long shot that we might be able to get some medical history from Moms dads side of the family if they can remember who he was. Thank you so much for your time and have a lovely day.
Sharon A Beaudin
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer|
Hello again Susan,
Thank you for your generosity in transferring:
Mary Bell Hood Perrell # 74259272
to my care.
With your help I have successfully connected her with parents and her spouse. As I receive more information, I will add it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|Anonymous||David Kephart and June Corinne (Smith) Molter|
Here is the obituary of David Kephart Molter:
He was cremated per request.
Here is the obituary of June Corinne (Smith) Molter (as Corinne Smith Molter):
She was cremated per request.
David Kephart Molter was the son of Milo Knowles and Mary Marjorie (Kephart) Molter.
June Corinne (Smith) Molter was the daughter-in-law of Milo Knowles and Mary Marjorie (Kephart) Molter.
|Tawanna Brokl||Thank You!|
I just want to say thank you for finding my fathers grave for me, this is such a wonderful thing that you do for people. This is first time I have seen his grave. Again thank you for all your hard work and devotion to Find A Grave.
|Linda Y||Mull family|
Thanks for the photo. You solved a big mystery. Wm Mull as i was told had a wife named Lida Beatrice. See that he had a second wife. Interesting. Thx so much
Added by Linda Y on Aug 24, 2014 9:04 PM
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Evelyn McCall Olsen Williams - Sharon Pres Ch Cem|
Thanks Susan for obtaining this photo for me. I truly appreciate your efforts. Robie
|Susan Hasty Branon||Military records|
My name is Susan Branon and I too live in Charlotte,NC. In fact, I am a fourth generation Charlottean. I am trying to find out information about my father-in-law's military service in WWI in Paris. Yes, that is WWI. He was nearly 50 when my husband was born! If you could lead me to links that would provide information I would greatly appreciate it. I am a member of Ancestry.com but am just learning how to negotiate the site. I found you through this site after locating the page about his grave in Sharon Memorial cemetery.
Thanks so much.
Susan Hasty Branon
|christine bowers||Jaqueline and Henry Trudeau|
I was researching my Mother's side of my family and came across the find a grave for my Grandmother and Grandfather. Thank you so much for the picture and contribution. I live out of state and I have not been able to visit their grave. You don't know how much this means to me that someone took the time to take a photo and submit it. It brought tears!! Thank you again!
|Noteka Hege||Lawrence Reed Williams|
Thank you so much for documenting the gravestone of my father. Sharon Memorial ordered his marker and his name was spelled wrong and nobody caught it until I saw it on the find a grave website. Thank you! They since have ordered a new one and said that it is now spelled correctly. Could you possibly update the picture?
|chevydelray55||Sgt Daniel Allison Cariker|
I've been working on my maternal aunt's husband's family. She and Frank Sweeney Cariker have one biological child...my first cousin, Coleman McLean Cariker. Sgt Daniel Allison Cariker is Coleman's second great-grandfather. I see that you have created a memorial that is a duplicate. Were you aware of that? I would like to keep working on linking this part of my family tree together. Can you check the dates on this memorial and memorial #32392358 Sgt Daniel Allison Cariker?
Thank-you in advance for your time.
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