|Donna Brummett (#46855809)|
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An avid genealogist and long knowing that Cemeteries were the best way to obtain initial information, I have become a real fan of FindAGrave. Love to share information and injoy getting in contact with long lost relatives or just interested kin. Would love to hear from you.|
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|cmm 945||Leonard family|
Thank you for the transfer of the six Leonard family memorials. Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Apr 24, 2015 11:40 PM
Hi Donna, It is looking to me like the Cemetery might be duplicated. Look at Laura Satterwhite Memorial # 37269043 and Memorial # 65565370 and let me know if you agree. You may have to search for Laura Satterwhite to see there are two. I believe yours was first. Thanks, Pam
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Bralley family links|
I appreciate your efforts to link the Bralley family together.
Cheers to you for your dedication.
Thank you, for transferring my GGG Grandma.
And another huge Thank you, for making memorials in that specific cemetary . Ms. Brummett, your hard work and dedication to F.A.G, has been a blessing for me.
God be with you
|Carole Thomason||Carrie Childers #121378973|
Thank you for connecting Carrie's memorial to her parents'. What a large family they had!
|SCampbell||RE: Hamilton Cemetery, SC|
Donna, Thank you so much for the directions. I know how difficult it is to find 'family' cemeteries. Shirley
|SCampbell||Hamilton Cemetery, SC|
I notice you had taken photos of several memorials in Hamilton Cemetery, Union Co, SC in 2008;(example memorial #5661513 for Joseph Decatur Hamilton). I would like to know how to find this cemetery. I am planning a trip in August. Thank you for any information you can give me.
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Kinser/Kinzer memorials|
Thank you so much for your on-going help to update and link together the Kinser/Kinzer family who is a "branch" on my family tree.
|marijane presar||Daniel Glenn|
Many thanks for your photos taken of Mt. Zion Cemetery in Newberry, South Carolina and Daniel Glenn's gravesite.
My husband and I found the cemetery after some difficulty one rainy afternoon. We walked around for quite awhile and dodged low bush branches but never did see my gg grandfather, Daniel Glenn's grave.
We will try again when we make a trip to South Carolina.
|Thomas Boozer||Memorial #68292784|
George Henry Boozer was born 10/2/1828 in SC;
His parents were Adam Boozer #117483580, and Mary Boozer #13413538.
Marker states "And Family" - George had a wife, seven sons and one daughter. I don't know who else may be included for this marker.
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