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I got into genealogy when the burial location of a distant relative was located after being lost for approximately three generations. I created a find-a-grave entry for him so that this would not occur again. I couldn't stop with him with significant data available for other relatives so I kept adding just one more person until I ran out of relatives. The four main branches researched are defined by the grandparents: Mathews & Dickerson on my mothers side and Brady & of course Raines on my fathers side along with some tributaries created by marriage. Please contact me if you like to suggest corrections, additional information or submit pictures. If I have created a memorial for a distant relative of mine that you would like to take possession, feel free to contact me.|
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|Connie Goins||Moffitts Branch, KY|
I've been doing research on the Gaines/Matthews family. There is a Moffitt Road in Kenton County, Ky; which in the 1700's was Agusta County, Va. I believe this could help you in your future searches.
|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||Craven family of KY|
Marty, please contact me regarding the Craven family of Kentucky. Thanks for the pics. ---- Sue Sayre of Lebanon, MO
|Robert Ayo||Walker Cemetery, Johnson County, GA|
Hi Marty...I appreciate the information you added for most of the burials at Walker Cemetery. I am especially interested in Joseph P Williams & his daughter Annie Williams. By chance do you have more information regarding this family? I'm in search JP's ancestral line...Thanks, Robert
I visited the cemetary in 2010. It is overgrown and many of the stones need resetting.
Added by Addy on Apr 16, 2011 10:23 PM
Where did you get the information on birthdates of James and Jeremiah Bruner? Also some of the information posted is incorrect, Edward Bruner lived in Wilmore and is buried there. Tilford did not die in Colorado. There are a few others, if you are interested. Thanks.
Added by Addy on Apr 16, 2011 10:22 PM
does anybody keep up the Bruner cemetery? HOw does it look today? I can't believe it's in the middle of the woods!
Added by Brett on Apr 15, 2011 8:39 PM
|Richard||Daniel Henry Arline grave|
Daniel Henry Arline is buried in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Madison County, Florida. His second wife Missouri Virginia Wheeler is also buried there along with some other family members in a family lot. This information can be found on usgenweb.org.
Added by Richard on Mar 31, 2011 2:56 PM
|Stan ||Daniel Henry Arline|
While searching for all the Arline Confederate ancestors I found Daniel Henry's grave in Madison Fl, I had the local monument co. repair the grave marker. I even found his house in Madison. I must have some new found cousins. Samuel Arline in Bainbridge was my grandfathers brother. A policeman in Brainbridge he was killed on duty.
Added by Stan on Feb 01, 2011 7:43 PM
I certainly appreciate the photos for the Hicks family that you added. Thanks again for your help.. Candace Smith
|Viv Stewart||RE: Green Castle Cemetery Pictures|
I'm sorry Marty I did not go to Green Castle Cemetery, therefore, I do not think I am the person that took the picture of the Mathews' for you.
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