|Carrie for Charles E. Tatem (#47122627)|
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I'm Carrie, Charlies daughter; I will be doing my best to keep up with Dad's work. I'm still learning about all that he did & the information that he had. It's a lot to gather & organize It's taking me awhile to get started & figure out everything that he was doing, but I hope to do his work justice. --- Carrie|
Please, feel free to ask me to transfer a family memorial over to you. When I do a photo request, I tend to take additional photos of gravestones in the area (just in case). Then I'll create a memorial where needed and try to find as much info as I can.
I have started adding the Tatem / Ryan Family Tree to Ancestry.com . It can be found here: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/53212321/family.
I will continue to add and update with both newly found and Dad's info. I hope it helps.
I am researching the following Sur Names: TATEM, RYAN, Adams, Adkinson, Alderson, Anderton, BEDWELL, Blagdon, Blankenship, Block, Boswick, Breeding, Campbell, CIARDI, CLARK, Codd, Cornick, Culpepper, Destatte, Elvington, Flynn, Franklin, Frashier, Geist, Godfrey, Granger, Griner, Hawk, Herbert, Hix, Howlett, LaCarrubba, Lawless, Lefavor, Leftwich, LEYDEN, MAHONE, Matson, McCormack, McCormick, Meeks, Miller, Moberg, Morffi, Morgan, Morris, Nash, Norris, Norton, Overstreet, Pace, Peterson, PORTLOCK, Prince, Rosenberg, RUSSELL, Shepherd, Skinnell, Skinner, Snead, Snow, Spence, Squillaro, Thomas, THompson, Verrone, Vogel, Warren, WEEKS, Wells, WILEY, Williams, Wilson, Wingfield, Witt, Wright, ...... and so much more.
(My dad was).... Born (1937 ) & raised in Norfolk, VA. Moved to Cinnaminson, NJ in 1973. B.S. & M.S. from ODU. 2 children, 2 Grandchildren, 1 Great-GrandChild. 1 wife for 49 yrs. Retired in 2004 and not a minute too soon, or so I was told!
---- he passed on February 12 2011.
The Tatem Family website can be found at:
or google -
Tatem and Related Families of Norfolk County, Virginia.
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David Tatem was my latin professor at the University of Maine at Orono. Thanks for posting his memorial. Are you his neice? I fondly remember him and his dedication to his students.
Added by Doves on Feb 25, 2016 5:16 PM
|Anonymous||RE: 09565522 & 09564631|
You are most welcome. .
|Sandra||RE: Picture requests|
ditto. let me know if you need anything else
Added by Sandra on Nov 14, 2013 7:17 PM
|Sandra||RE: Picture requests|
No problem I tried but the email you have listed throws and error . You could email me at Bearbells@cox.net and I will reply with the attachments.
Added by Sandra on Nov 13, 2013 7:15 PM
When you click on the picture there is a caption that say
Fanny's grave is not marked but it is next to Maryee Page Morris
MORRIS, FANNY T -ELM, Block 5TH A E, Lot 42, Space 14 0 02/29/1968
MORRIS, MARYEE P ELM, Block 5TH A E, Lot 42, Space 13 0 04/23/1966
Added by SWF on Nov 10, 2013 6:43 PM
|Rick Hearn||Herbert Milton Nash MD|
To: Carrie for Charles E. Tatem
find-a-grave member (#47122627)
From: Rick Hearn
find-a-grave member (#47900966)
I have been collecting civil war era poetry for a number of years and have recently run across a copy of a poem dedicated to Herbert Milton Nash MD. While searching for other information on him I ran across your find-a-grave page:
I thought it might be fitting to add the poem to your memorial page and have enclosed it below. There should be no copyright problems since the poem was published in 1904 and, to the best of my knowledge, it should be in the public domain.
The Beloved Physician
(from "Confederate Memorial Verses," by Beverley Dandridge Tucker, published by The Pickett-Buchanan Chapter, United Daughters Of The Confederacy, Norfolk, Virginia, 1904)
by Beverley Dandridge Tucker (1846-1930)
A century's half of honest toil,
The record lies where all may read,
The years so free from stain or soil
So rich in noble work and deed.
A century's half not spent for gain,
But spent in ministries to man,
Who heals the sick, who soothes the pain,
Succeeds to work which Christ began.
No greener laurels grace the brow
Of soldier, hero, prince or bard
Than those with which we crown him now,
Who deemed no path of duty hard.
No fear of pestilence deterred,
No dread of sword, of shell or ball,
He simply went where'er was heard
Of human need and woe the call.
The crescent years look down to-day,
On many valiant deeds of love,
"Well done! O, kindly heart," we say,
"Well done!" the Christ will say above.
-Fiftieth Anniversary of the practice of Dr. Herbert M. Nash, Surgeon, P. B. C. C. V. (Pickett-Buchanan Camp of Confederate Veterans of Norfolk)
|Jake Dog||RE: Cedar Grove Cemetery|
You're very welcome. I couldn't find anything on Mary Anderton because the on-line burial registry (http://www.usgwarchives.net/va/portsmouth/cemeteries/cgcem.html) didn't have her plot number posted.
If you'll notice, in some of the pictures that I posted of the plots there are unmarked brick outlines of graves. There were no markers with names, however, so I couldn't tell who they were.
I have seen that a few people had purchased new markers at Cedar Grove and Portlock Cemetery in Portsmouth. Some of the sections there are totally unmarked and many of the remaining markers are so badly worn as to be illegible.
Added by Jake Dog on Sep 30, 2013 7:50 AM
|ResrchH630||Photos from Lakeview|
Hi there - Just wanted to say thank you for the many photos you've uploaded for Lakeview - and for letting me know! Much appreciated. :)
|Tammy Lynn Hosking Albrecht||Thelma Hyzer|
Thanks for this photo
Thank you so very much for sending me the picture of my brother's grave. It means so much to me. I am so overwhelmed right now. I just want to thank you!! Margaret Keane
Added by Noneya on Sep 22, 2013 5:56 AM
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