|Leslie Robbins Arnold (#46911972)|
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I am a N.C. native and have deep family roots in Central and Southeastern parts of this state. I have inherited an interest in geneology and grave marker location from older family members, particularly my father. This is my contribution in a small way to remember those in our family who were here before us, and helping those who come after us. Knowing where you came from is an important piece of knowing who you are. I am interested in the surnames Robbins, Barnes, Hall, Prevatte, Atkinson, and Stephenson. I also work on my husband's family from Southern Indiana with surnames of Arnold, Damon, Adamson and Peper. I currently live in Holly Springs, NC and my recent project has been photographing stones in our town cemetery and updating the listings in that cemetery here on Find A Grave. If you have a family member in Holly Springs Town Cemetery and I created your loved one's online memorial, please do not hesitate to contact me. If there is any information you would like added, or if you would like for me to transfer the memorial, I would be honored to oblige.|
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|Charley6284||RE: James Winfred Bundy|
Thank you so very much for looking. I hoped to get up to Raliegh and take a look myself. I also would have wanted to contact someone at the City to check burial records. As you are probably aware, The LouAlice Bundy graves is that of James Winford's mother.
|Charley6284||James Winfred Bundy|
I want to thank you for looking for his grave. I have a copy of his ddeath certificate that indicates he was to be buried in the City Cemetary of Raliegh, NC. I do not know where to go from here. I also know that he was born and raised in the Raliegh area. Does the Cemetery have any records for who is where?? Or even the City Of Raliegh's records??
|Brent Fallin||Byrd Family|
Thank you for the memorial you posted for Rev. William Byrd. I am a Byrd family researcher myself. You stated that Rev. Byrd was the son of William and Nancy Byrd. Do you have documentation to support this? Rev. Byrd's parentage has always been questionable in sources I've seen. Also, do you know how his father William ties in to the other Byrds of the area? Any information you could provide would be helpful.
|Lillyswann||Elizabeth Blanche Norris Montgomery|
She was my grandmother Julia Lilly Montgomery Street's mother. My grandmother was with her the night she passed away from cancer in Raleigh.
Lizzie as she was know was married to
Dr. Samuel Lewis Montgomery of Concord. He died of Typhoid around 1900.
Thanks for adding this picture!
|Jim Hawkins||Andrews & Hawkins Family at Oakwood Cemetery|
Thank you for the memorial pictures of Philemon Hawkins Andrews, Alexander Boyd Andrews, Jr. , Helen Sharples Andrews, Elizabeth Simmons Andrews,and Graham Harris Andrews, at Oakwood Cemetery . I really appreciate you taking the time to fulfill my photo request.
I'm trying very hard to link all individuals of this Hawkins Family together along with their allied families, to find a grave.
Administer for group #10
Hawkins Worldwide DNA Project
|BetsPix||Holly Springs grave photos of our family graves|
Thank you so much for all the work you have done and all the photos of our family's graves you have added to Findagrave. It means a lot to those of us who are far away and cannot easily do this for ourselves.
b for The Collins Girls of Colorado (when we were growing up )(now of California, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania)
Added by BetsPix on Mar 20, 2010 3:46 PM
|BetsPix||Infant Charlotte Pollard Alford grave|
Dear Leslie, We appreciate your putting a photo of the grave of this baby, whose father was the stepbrother of our father, on Findagrave. - b -
Added by BetsPix on Mar 19, 2010 6:09 PM
|AncestorHunter||Buford Doyle Vieregge, III|
I thank you so much for taking this photo. Your efforts are really appreciated.
|AncestorHunter||RE: BUFORD DOYLE VIEREGGE|
Thank you. I didn't think the cemetery was very big anyway.
|AncestorHunter||RE: BUFORD DOYLE VIEREGGE|
No other photos needed. Buford was the son of a long lost cousin that I found on Facebook the other night.
I don't know what section of the cemetery that he is buried in. I appreciate this so much, and if you need to know the location of the grave I could probably get that for you.
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