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Marcus Stanley (#46925834)
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Maureen Keillor
Sgt. Francis Barnish
You can read about his death here:
Added by Maureen Keillor on Jan 22, 2016 6:51 AM
Laura Creech Supplee
RE: Annie Creech
Mr. Evans,
I'm sorry, I didn't realize that there are two Falling Creek Cemeteries. Yes, Anna Mitchell Creech (wife of Ransom Creech) is buried in the cemetery in Grantham. I've been there and took a photo of her memorial marker. I hope this will get corrected soon. Thanks for sending me the message to let me know! Have a good evening! ~ Laura
Added by Laura Creech Supplee on Nov 30, 2015 2:30 PM
Hazel Townsend
death date
According to the tombstone and death certificate, Felix Merwin Smith died June 15, 1965.
Hazel Townsend
Added by Hazel Townsend on Nov 28, 2015 7:52 PM
JR Robinson
John B Gause Cemetery
I would like to speak to someone about this Cemetery. I need some info. I own the Gause Tomb and Cemetery over by Hale Swamp Rd. Please respond.
Added by JR Robinson on Nov 28, 2015 7:25 PM
JR Robinson
Father and nother info.
Find A Grave Memorial# 8852605 Father is McCarroll Bangs Gause.
Added by JR Robinson on Nov 25, 2015 5:17 AM
Pat Pece
Jacob Young's bio
These are not his siblings nor are Susan and Daniel his parents. These are his nephews and one niece. Don't list that. They are all part of the same family, but once you remove the names, I can correct this. Sorry. Thanks for your work.

Jacob Young (1855 - 1915)*
Caroline Young (1858 - 1873)*
Josiah Petty Young (1873 - 1880)*
Added by Pat Pece on Nov 15, 2015 6:54 AM
John Waters
W.P. Mercer
Marcus, I noticed that your name was on a marker for a Mercer grave in North Carolina. I have been doing genealogy on my family for a number of years and recently came across a picture of W.P.Mercer, taken by Anderson Photography in Richmond, Va., around late 1800's. Written on the back of the card board type photograph was the name W P Mercer, Toisnot, NC. Mr.Mercer appears to be in his early twenties. I would like to get this to a family member and wondered if you might have any contacts for the Mercer family from the Wilson County of NC where I understand Toisnot is located.


Jack Waters
Added by John Waters on Sep 20, 2015 6:21 PM
Gene Enlow
John D Stanley
Hello Marcus,
I'm trying to locate the grave of my great great grandfather John D Stanley who was born in 1835 and died in 1900. He was married to Hannah J Hewett and had a son (George Edgar Stanley). He resided in Shallote NC and was a Civil War Veteran of the 20th NC, Company G.
Any help you can give will be most appreciated.
Added by Gene Enlow on Aug 23, 2015 6:44 PM
Tom Reece
C C Bailey
Like you, way to busy. I sent the note to the manager of his dads page. See # 96326141

Added by Tom Reece on Aug 12, 2015 7:14 PM
Philippe Gerkens
Charles C Bailey

My name is Philippe Gerkens and i write you from Belgium. Some years ago, i found in an old farm a little Dog Tags' lost by an american soldier in winter 1944 during the battle of the Bulge. On the tag we can read the name of the soldier : Charles C. Bailey and the army serial number. I found some informations about this soldier on internet : his residence in 1944 was in the county of Barrow in Georgia and he was skilled in fabrication of textile products. I would very glad to find the family of this soldier to say all my gratitude and admiration. Of course the dream would be to meet the family to give them the tag. Do you have more informations about Charles Chalmers Bailey ?
Thank you for your help and any information you could give me.

Yours faithfully,

Philippe ( )
Added by Philippe Gerkens on Aug 09, 2015 8:27 AM
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