|Linda S (#18822687)|
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I will NOT enter or link unknown burials !!!!|
Please do not add death certificates or obituaries to memorials that I have created
Hi from Eastern NC, I have been researching family history's for about 30 years and got involved in posting memorials on FAG after the death of my husband in 2000.
I enjoy this site and add memorials and pics as often as time permits.
Please do not take any of my photo's without permission.
Out of guideline transfers are done on a case by case situtation, please identfy your relationship to the deceased when asking.
Researching Watsons (Nash & Edgecombe County, NC)
Pittmans (mainly Edgecombe County, NC)
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|Gina Walker||RE: Rowena Gay Williams|
I contacted city to help me locate. Fellow there is very nice and I wish to place permanent marker.
|Gina Walker||Rowena Gay Williams|
I would love to know how you found her. I am looking her grave site. Talk to your sis in law. We had good conversation with Diane.
|Mark Garris||James Henry Garris|
Thanks for managing and sponsoring my great grandfather's Memorial site. Yes, I'll take it over from here if you don't mind. I would like to keep in contact with you if you have time to check other family graves in North Carolina occasionally. I live in Seattle, so it's a bit hard for me to get photos and information about other family members.
My father, Henry Jennings Garris (# 685761), and his brothers, Basil, William and James, were the last generation of my family to be born in North Carolina. Some or all were born in Wilmington, where my grandfather, William James Garris, worked for the railroad. Previously the family had been living at Speight's Bridge, Greene County, North Carolina, since before the Revolution. Prior to that they lived in Virginia, since our immigrant ancestor, Amos Garris I, arrived in 1658 as an indentured servant.
Thanks again, Mark
|Susan I. Grills||Hollie Chance|
Thanks for catching my boo boo on her husband's name! I fixed it.
Hello, I do not see a Charles Garner in Evergreen Cemetery in Wilson. There is an Evergreen Memorial Cemetery in Wayne County, Goldsboro, and since he died there, possibly buried there.
Added by AnnMarie on Sep 04, 2014 2:18 PM
|AnnMarie||Charles a|Added by AnnMarie on Sep 04, 2014 2:16 PM
|RaeAnnT||RE: Buddy Pulley Headstone|
Please email me to get additional family pictures from the cemetery and info to do memorials for his parents and son, Joe. Glad I could be of help.
Added by RaeAnnT on Jul 02, 2014 2:56 PM
|Fred Winner||RE: James Upchurch Pic|
You are so very welcomed...
|Mr. Turner||Memorial Transfers|
Would you please transfer my Great-Grandparents memorials to me they are 66362088 and 66362244 My contributor ID is 47004418
Thank you for linking Bessie Taylor with her parents.
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