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|JDPowers||RE: Charles Louis Brooks|
Thank you!! I know that ancestry can sometimes be less than factual but when you hear it from someone who was there...well. Thank you for changing it! Also, not sure if you can link children, but Charlie also has a daughter Sara Lou Brooks Milligan who is also buried at Brush Creek. She's the 2nd child after Polly. I can go out and get her marker and add photos too. Noticed you didn't post her infi wasn't sure if you could link.? Also, Mary Ellen Brooks Craven Maldonado is still living, her name is on the marker holding her place beside her first husband who reconciled before he passed. Hope this helps with any confusion on her...as for her 2nd husband I couldn't tell you who he was, I could ask but might get shunned! ;) thank you again!!
Added by JDPowers on Jun 11, 2016 4:44 PM
|JDPowers||Charles Louis Brooks|
Doc. You posted information on my husbands grandfather Charles Louis Brooks. You have death in Pinehurst. Can I ask where you found this info? My husband was with Charlie when he passed. He remembers being in the living room with Charlie sitting behind him in his chair and passed from a heart attack. Their home was in Siler City, Chatham County. He is buried at Brush Creek Cemetary. Is there a way to change this in your post?
Added by JDPowers on Jun 11, 2016 11:29 AM
Thank you for finding Rhea Frierson in Arlington, and letting me know! http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=57042777
|Julia Ather||Printer B. Arnold|
To explain about Printer's mother (speaking about your edit), I was aware of the memorial for Elizabeth Ellen Arnold in Rose Hill Cemetery. I have yet to see enough proof that she was indeed Printer's mother. On most records, his mother was Lillie, Lillia, or Lillian, and there is a marriage record for P. W. Arnold and L. H. Humphries on 28 Oct 1889 in Lamar Co., TX. Printer B. was their oldest, and he was born in Texas, and so it makes sense that his parents married there. Only the 1930 census has her listed as Elizabeth. If you could find any more records to show that Lillian and Elizabeth Ellen were the same person, please tell me about them. Thanks!
|Hayley Stoddard||RE: Sallie Handley Herring|
That picture you have of her grave marker is from the handley family cemetary located on Seymour Johnson AFB. I'm just wondering if there is 2 identical grave marker for them at 2 separate cemeteries or if we have have a possible duplicate page for Sallie. I will go check it out next week sometime.
Hope you have a great weekend.
|Hayley Stoddard||Sallie Handley Herring|
Hi there. I have been working in the Handley family cemetery and looks like we have some kind of a duplicate but the same headstone?
Can you tell me where new hope cemetery is?
|Wanderer||Cool Springs Cemetery|
Well, I found it today. I probably walked past it a half dozen times the other day. It seems to have faded badly since you took the photos. I am currently working with the NC Museum of History on an exhibit on the Deep River Coal mines, and would like to possibly use one of your photos in it. If we can, I'd be happy to credit you, if you tell me how you want it to read.
Added by Wanderer on May 05, 2016 12:23 PM
|Wanderer||RE: Cool Springs Cemetery, Sanford NC|
Many thanks. That should put me in the right area. His is right in front of hers.
Added by Wanderer on Apr 26, 2016 6:27 PM
|Wanderer||Cool Springs Cemetery, Sanford NC|
Hello, I was out there today trying to locate the headstone of Samuel Moyle, d. 1863, which is sitting in front of the monument to the earliest burial, that of Mrs. Winship Petty, d. 1857. I walked that place for nearly an hour and was unable to locate either of the stones. Can you advise even a rough location in relation to the paved road? I need a photo of the stone for an exhibit on the Coal Mines near Sanford; Moyle was a Cornish miner killed in a mine explosion in 1863. Thanks a lot. You can either reply here or to email@example.com.
Added by Wanderer on Apr 23, 2016 11:17 AM
|Beth Ferguson||Margaret Caroline Canup Ferguson|
Thank you so much for the transfer and for the information about where John Henry died in WWI.
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