|John Evans (#47071981)|
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Please do not post Death Certificates on my memorials.|
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|Bruce D. Rutherford||Cora Belle Woodell|
John: Thank you for the information. I will add her and thank you again.
|Richard Burke||Carl Ross Burke Plot Sec 30 Site 2046|
thanks for creating the memorial for Carl Ross Burke. Carl is my uncle being my father's youngest sibling.
I had a photo of his headstone which I took while at ANC. It disappeared.
I have sent out a photo request.
Are you related?
If you are agreeable I will appreciate it if u turn the memorial over to me.
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|Judy Aman||RE: Archie and Minnie Aman|
They were my grandparents, I cant believe I found them. Vera and Leslie were my aunt and uncle and my Fathers brother and sister, I have more information about Archie and Minnie's son, William H. Aman , And where he is buried and the date of birth and death, I have added you as friend on here if you would like this info just let me know and I have photos as well. :) thank you for having this information for me to find.
|Rebecca Stanley||RE: Loren Booth|
Thank you very much!
|Michael Brooks||John Joseph Brooks|
Memorial # 148641133 is my father. Thank you for creating the memorial. I would like to add a more recent photo of his grave site, one with the grass now added. Is there anyway to have the old photo deleted before I add the new photo?
Thank you so very much for your great work.
Michael J. Brooks
|Jackie Jones||Henry Hobgood|
Henry Hobgood's father was John Randolph Hobgood not John Landolph as shown. His mother was Fronia Ann Chandler Hobgood.
|Jackie McNamara||Mary Highsmith Burnett|
I am researching the Highsmith/Burnett family. Found your posting for Mary Highsmith Burnett 49878547. The tombstone reads Mary Burnett. How did you find the Highsmith connection? Using info for DAR research. Thank you!
Duplicate deletion is done, thanks to my fantastic son! Linda
Added by Linda on Nov 21, 2016 8:49 PM
Will see to it that my entry is deleted when I can get my son to save/transfer the pictures. THANKS for the heads up on the duplication. Sorry about that. Linda
Added by Linda on Nov 20, 2016 11:03 AM
|VirginiaGranny||Thanks & 1 word change?|
Mr. Evans, you were so kind to add the thoughtful touches to the sites of my great grandparents Walter Henry Barnes and his wife Roberta Alice (Blick) Barnes. Walter's mother's name was misspelled on her death certificate and hence her tombstone names as well. She was Frances A. Webb of unknown parentage, but her first husband was William George Cowling. Upon his death she married John C. Barnes who promptly died in the Civil War after fathering Walter. So her actual name was Frances A. Webb Cowling Barnes. The reason this matters is that if Cowling is spelled correctly interested researchers may be able to find her parents in the Virginia counties where courthouse and church records were burned by the Yankees. Her son, George William Cowling, apparently died in the Civil War as well after enlisting in NC where he was living with his sister's husband's family. Thanks so much to consider making this change for this lady who had such a hard life. They moved to Goldsboro to rejoin the Barnes family but I have not been able to find the parents of my Civil War ancestor John C. Barnes in that area. He was born 1822 in Norfolk County but the only Barnes there in 1820 census did not have a son named John. I'm loving this family history hobby, and thanks again for all your hard work for us.
Appreciatively, Margaret Barnes Stroud of Portsmouth, Va email@example.com
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