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Homeward Bound
Holcomb Cemetery Headstone Photos
May I please use your photos in my family tree with credit to you for the pictures. Thank you.
Added by Homeward Bound on Dec 08, 2013 3:09 PM
suscat
E Floyd
This would be my great great grandfather. I have him on my family tree as Averitt. Thrilling to see this- thank you very much!
Added by suscat on May 13, 2013 3:13 PM
LHBlueRidge
My thanks!
Thank you so very much for the photos for Everett Floyd grave site in Maryland. It means so much to have this.

God bless!!!!!


Lila Housden
Added by LHBlueRidge on Aug 28, 2012 6:40 PM
Mary E. Warner
Januarius Aloysius MacGahan
I do believe that this memorial should also be included as a Famous Person on Findagrave. First, though, you might enlarge a bit. From "On The Road With Charles Kuralt," paperback, 1985, pgs. 24-26, there is a write up about him. In part:

"...in 1876, foreign correspondent MacGahan went off to Bulgaria. His reports to the "London Daily News" about Turkish atrocities against the innocent Bulgarians outraged Queen Victoria, galvanized Europe, and forced the reluctant Czar of Russia to send armies across the Danube to free the Bulgarians from the Turks...The towns of any size in Bulgaria have honored him with statutes." A book written about his Bulgarian exploits, "The Liberator of Bulgaria," was written--but in the Bulgarian language.

"A Buckeye [New Lexington, Perry Co., OH] farm boy changed the map of the Balkans...Other exploits: witnessed the fall of the Paris Commune; pursued by the Cosssack across the desert of Central Asia; covered the Carlist revolution in Spain; sailed with an expedition to the Artic; was sentenced to death twice, and twice escaped." End quoted material.

If you could find out who his parents were, and spouse(s) and children were before you entered it as a Famous Person memorial, that would be the icing on the cake. I know you have an on-line write up for people to read, but isn't the above thrilling?
Added by Mary E. Warner on Mar 23, 2012 11:14 AM
Tonya
Reed's
I am working on Reed's in Perry County. I was wondering if the pics you submitted of Jeremiah, Lydia and Jacob are your ancestors? If so were they related in any way? I am actually trying to rule them out so any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Tonya
Added by Tonya on Apr 10, 2009 4:55 PM
Denise Jhanson
Trussell / Buckley
Trussell/Buckley's are part of my family line...
Nancy(Reid or Reed)Trussell, was married to William Trussell, william was the son of Thomas Trussell... Louisiana Trussell Buckley was there daughter, she was b:14 July 1827 and d:01 Dec 1895...Robert Charles Buckley was b:22 Mar 1823 and d:03 Mar 1900... If you have time could you add this info to there pages...
Thank you
Denise
Added by Denise Jhanson on Nov 09, 2008 2:29 PM
 

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