|Meredith Drew Trawick (#46908319)|
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I have done the research to PROVE my ancestors for the following genealogical societies:
Jamestowne Society -
Colonial Dames of the XVII Century -
Daughters of the American Revolution -
Martin DIAL, Sr.
First Families of Georgia -
George BRITTAIN, Sr.
United States Daughters of 1812 -
William EDWARDS, Sr.
United Daughters of the Confederacy -
John Stephens DREW, Sr.
Thomas G. "Tom" KILE, Jr.
Isaac Newton MOONEY
Joseph Curtis SMITH
Henry Patrick SHACKELFORD
Francis Marion "Frank" QUEEN
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|Shari||RE: Nathaniel Harris #14813499|
I absolutely understand your being shocked about the Nathaniel Harris transfer, and I apologize. I'm a bit embarrassed by what happened (which was a little surreal). Here's a nutshell version.
1. You wrote to me about the transfer.
2. I explained that I was also a descendant, etc etc. (My standard answer.)
3. You messaged me again right afterwards with some info for the memorial. (Wait...)
4. I thought to myself, "She can get that page fleshed out faster than I will, and we're both Nathaniel descendants as well as genealogists, so it probably is best to transfer it after all." (I didn't want to be an ancestor hoarder.)
5. I transferred it to you. (Wait...)
6. At some point later I noticed that, NO, I had transferred it the OTHER has-three-names-first-one-stating-with-M Nathaniel Harris descendant who had sent a message through FindaGrave right on top of yours.
8. I felt incredulous and sheepish, but I was also relieved that at least I had transferred it to another cousin of ours who is as dedicated to Nathaniel as we are. Being a bit mired in other things (I had a back injury around that time), I decided to just leave it at that.
I'm sorry for the misunderstanding as well as for not letting you know about my error. My intentions were in the right place, and it ended well, but that's cold comfort when it looks like people are playing politics or favourites or somesuch. Believe me - I'm way too busy to be that silly! :)
So again, I'm truly sorry.
(And now, not to change the subject but while I'm writing here anyway, if you have taken an autosomal DNA test, my mother's GEDmatch ID is M343009. Please let me know yours if you've tested so we can look for and label some Nathaniel Harris segments!)
Added by Shari on Apr 02, 2014 7:01 PM
|Richard Hodges||Elizabeth Priscilla Trawick Jones|
Dear Meredith, many thanks for the suggestion to link Elizabeth Trawick to her father, George Washington Trawick (33rd ALABAMA, CSA). She was my grandmother's mother so we're distantly related.
|Nancy Little||Charles Perry Bruce 1755-1843|
Charles Perry Bruce is my 3rd great grandfather. I was wondering if you had any additional information about him and why he is buried in the Harrisburg Cemetery.
|Janice Oberlin Smarr||Britton Adkison|
Thanks for your help
|Shirley||Eliza Payne Trawick Payne|
Thanks for the info. I had seen her name listed as Eliza on the 1860, 1870, and 1880 censuses.
Added by Shirley on Feb 13, 2014 6:27 AM
|Shirley||Eliza Payne Trawick Payne|
I noticed the note for Eliza that you might think her name was really Elizabeth. I have several relatives with the name Eliza and is not the same as Elizabeth.
Added by Shirley on Feb 12, 2014 2:05 PM
|Peter Barber||RE: Allen Patterson #10385397 Grave Photos|
I was thinking that I should wait until summer when the sun is not so low in the sky to rephotograph the stone, but if we have a cloudy day that is not raining, I'll redo the photo for you.
|Peter Barber||RE: Allen Patterson Grave Photos|
The sun was no help. I even tried a flash. The stone shows weather wear. I'll try again in summer when the sun is directly overhead.
|Peter Barber||Allen Patterson Grave Photos|
It was difficult to photograph Lieutenant Patterson's grave site. The winter sun in low in the sky even at noon when we went to the cemetery. The inscription on the stone is well weathered, as you can see. I tried to enhance it with Photoshop. If you would like, I could go back and write it down.
Peter W (Bob) Barber
peterwbarber at yahoo.com
|Thomesa Stephens||RE: Hugh C. Blair #32624124|
I don't remember seeing Theresa Blair's name but I am planning on making another trip there within the next month or so and I will look for it again.
Thomesa Dunn Stephens
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