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I've been doing genealogy for more years than I care to remember and all of my family knows that it has become an obsession. I love doing the research and finding new relatives. But I am not just a name collector I like to know if the person is related even if it is only distantly. My niece Jan Bean is helping me to add family members to this website. I really appreciate all of her help and support. I have added memorials that are not related and I am happy to do transfers of memorials that are not part of my family. PLEASE DO NOT ADD EXTRA HEADSTONE PHOTOS OR PHOTOS OF CERTIFICATES to my memorials, this leaves room for photos of the deceased within the five-photo limit on unsponsored memorials. DON'T JUST TAKE MY PERSONAL PICTURES OF PEOPLE, PLEASE ASK PERMISSION.|
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|LKat||Raymond and Marion McCullough|
You are welcome for the photos, always glad to honor our veterans and their families.
Added by LKat on Sep 26, 2016 10:51 AM
|tammy grenon||Bonnie Bazzell|
This person is not buried at at Neighbors Grove, I was just there searching and spoke with office staff. She is buried at Randolph Memorial park. Pleaes take the NG Find A Grave down as it creates much confusion.
|Dana Garrow||RE: Photos|
You are very welcome! It was a bonus for me… they are distantly related to my Grandmother and I didn't know it until I followed your links to the parents of Victor! Blessings,! Dana
|Sheryl||RE: Spencer Pickler|
I apologize for posting the wrong headstone photos for Spencer Pickler. I deleted them, and if you can, do another photo request. If someone else doesn't get the photos first, I will look again and get the pic for you.
Added by Sheryl on Jul 04, 2016 9:43 AM
|James Sprinkle||George Wiley Bowman|
Sharon, is the marker shown the correct one for George Wiley? Not only is the name incorrect (as noted in the memorial), but the dates don't seem to match. George was my great uncle. Jim
|Pris Santos||Infant Daughter Walton and Jack Walter|
I saw your photo requests for these two at Pine Hill Cemetery and after many months of looing, I came across the city cemetery's search website and don't find these two listed based on last name and death date. If you have other records indicating burial here, you may wish to contact the cemetery for a burial location. After looking, would it be appropriate for you to list the burial as unknown? Whatever you think is appropriate. Best regards.
You have a memorial for Elliott Caldwell with his parent's names in the bio. Do you know where his parents are buried? I may have found the obit for his mother. It's a short one & her name may be spelled wrong & the cemetery name is not there.
|Michael Morrison||RE: Eva Vickery|
Unfortunately I didn't take a photo of Eva's grave, but we only live about 45 mins from the cemetery, so next time we're there I will take one and upload it.
Yes, Dad does remember Martha (she goes by the name Ann) quite well; she was still living at last check and Dad keeps in touch on an infrequent basis. Last time Dad talked to her was 4 or 5 years ago; she was living in the Columbia SC area at that time. Dad said she never got married or had any children that he knew of.
I am not a blood relative of the Vickerys (that I know of) but our family is related to them by marriage dozens of different ways. I would be happy to share the info Dad and I have on the Vickery family if you think it might be helpful. Let me know and I'll provide you with contact info, etc.
|Scarlet||Sam J. Fry 39201770|
I have added a copy of his obit to the listing. I found it in a stack of newspaper clippings that I got from an aunt who helped clean out a house in Columbia, Tn.
Added by Scarlet on Oct 23, 2015 12:05 AM
|Joyce Worthington Brewer||Jesse Riggs|
Article I happen to have --
Jesse Riggs -one of the oldest settlers of the county, died at his home southwest of BERWICK January 12, 1891, the result of injuries received about a week before. While he was helping drive several colts into the barn at his place one of them struck him and knocked him down on the frozen ground. Three of his ribs were broken, and the lining of his lungs was pierced by one of the bones. He was eighty-three years old and did not possess the strength to recover. His burial was in the cemetery at BERWICK.
Just thought if you didn't have this you might be interested in it.
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