|Yvonne Kanapaux (#46833311)|
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Sorry to say many burial grounds in Charleston have been built over and no records ever made,other than the city death records, most were old salts and paupers.|
Family names researching, Kanapaux, Griser, Brunson, Keegan. All these families are from Charleston, SC.
I am a Real Great-Grandaughter of Capt. John T. Kanapaux, CSA and great- niece to his four brothers that also served.
Please ask permission before "borrowing" my family photo's. I worked very hard and hundreds of hours to obtain bio's, obit's and photo's. If permission is given you must give credit where it is due. I have found many on genealogy sites that have been STOLEN, not nice people.
I will happily transfer a memorial to a relative, (as long it's not my family member)
Please in your request include your member number, as I do not have time to try and located you on this site. Also if your request is to add information or connect family members you must include the correct memorial number(s). When correct info is provided your requests will be fulfilled ASAP
Saint Marys Cemetery
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Sorry about that! I have deleted my entry.
Added by Darby on Aug 10, 2015 7:54 AM
|Nala||Icon for memorial|
FYI, there is no icon for death certificate, only "other" which is what was used.
Added by Nala on Jul 03, 2015 6:26 AM
|Linda Weir||Captain John T. Kanapaux|
This gentleman is also my great grandfather. I am so excited to begin a search of my ancestors and this is first I have located. My mother, Helen Ann McGrath had a marriage notice of Mary E. Kanapaux and Captain William J. McGrath.
My grandparents are Agnes M. Kulinski McGrath and George Semmes McGrath.
|StacyC27||Eugene K. Hall|
I just posted the photo of Eugene's headstone. At the same time, I photographed Bertha, Alayne and Glenn Hall's headstones which you will find on their memorial pages.
Added by StacyC27 on May 30, 2015 2:31 PM
|Connie||Disgregard Previous Message|
Oops! Message sent to the wrong member. My apologies.
Added by Connie on May 13, 2015 3:54 PM
You probably didn't realize it, but we're not suppose to post a cemetery photo to a memorial. Cemetery photos are posted to the cemetery page, otherwise you're taking up one of the five photos per memorial.
Added by Connie on May 13, 2015 2:54 PM
|Chad McGrath||Thank you|
I would like to thank you for the work you have done in compiling and listing these memorials. My great-grandfather was George Semmes McGrath, son of Mary Elizabeth Kanapaux McGrath.
|Robin Elwell Ramirez||Meta Low|
Meta was my grandmother. My mother was her third daughter, Enston Elwell. Meta was married to Enston B. Moseley. When he died in 1928 there were two children: Lois Black and Hazel Ferri. Meta was pregnant with Enston Elwell. Later, Meta married Charles Low Sr. They had two children: Carolyn Low and Charles Low Jr. Not wanting to sound to the children like she had a favorite husband, she always told them when she died, she wanted to buried between them. When her second husband, Charles died, my aunt made the funeral arrangements and left a space between her two husbands for Meta to be buried. Later, Meta confessed that she was married to Charles much longer and felt closer to him, but by then both husbands were buried with a space for her waiting.
|Michael Alcorn||Elizabeth/Mary Twins?|
Thomas R. Keegen is my great, great grandfather. His daughter, Elizabeth, came to Baltimore and married John T. Johnson—my father's grandparents. My father always told me that his grandmother was an orphan from Charleston. I recently started putting my family tree together and in talking to relatives was told her father was killed in front of his kids at a young age—then I found the story in the newspaper and ended up on find a grave only to discover all your hard work in unveiling a number of important dates/facts about the Keegens.
I am stumped because I can't figure out where Elizabeth fits in the family. The 1880 census has her at 2 months, so I assume she was born in the 1870. At some point, I thought maybe all of this was a coincidence and maybe I have the wrong person, but I spoke to my father's oldest cousin—she is the one person who seems to remember Elizabeth well She recalls Elizabeth saving up every year so she could spend two weeks every summer in Charleston. She also talked about an "Aunt Doo-Doo" who she claims was Elizabeth's twin. And "Elizabeth' nephew, Jim Kanapaux" who lived at her house one summer in Baltimore while he was in the Navy. Then she told me that our Aunt Mary (Elizabeth's daughter) often wrote to a relative Azalee who was married to a guy named George—I see both of them are Kanapaux's as well.
Information around Thomas Keegen's death says he had 7 children, but I typically only see 6 children listed so I am wondering if another family raised Elizabeth once Thomas Keegen passed.
This is a long way of saying, I'd love to talk to you more about the Keegen's, specifically Elizabeth. I see her once in the census, then never again till she comes to Baltimore to marry my great grandfather. If you get a moment, could you please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org This is all so very interesting and I've really enjoyed finding out more about my family.
|Carolina Girl||RE: Duka's transfers|
Hi there! I will do that! Appreciate the advice. :) Again, thank you for the transfer and have a great night!
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