|Stacy Ann Williams Heslop (#47286952)|
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|I love contributing to findagrave! Normally, I maintain the memorial records, & my husband, Wm. John Heslop, takes all the fantastic photos! We enjoy taking a picnic with us, especially to some of the remote locations, & just spend the day documenting! Each cemetery that I have listed has someone, even distantly, that we are related to! We may be FAMILY!!|
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|Martha Royals Swanner ||Robert Carter Harrison|
I noticed on your memorial for Robert Carter Harrison #68585542 that Robert S. Harrison #68800142 is listed as a sibling, when he is actually the son of Robert Carter Harrison.
|MDJr||Royce Dean Ramsey|
Royce was my cousin. Your Dean Royce Ramsey #90074964 is the same person as Royce Dean Ramsey
#60149033 which is the correct name
Added by MDJr on Sep 11, 2014 6:58 AM
Thank you for posting several of my Brett relatives on findagrave.com.
I was out of my Brett relatives lives due to extenuating circumstances within our Brett family lives.
It is good to see some of my relatives remembered.
I have searched for Brett family members now for nearly 25 years. My family tree of the Brett clan is now over 1300.
Those white Brett members in Como, Murfreesboro, and Hertford County, North Carolina, are probably related to me.
Thank you for posting and for your husband's photography.
Sgt Raymond L. Britt, USMC
Vietnam War Veteran
Cold War Veteran
Virginia Police Worker
Wisconsin Deputy Sheriff
Selected Wisconsin State Trooper Candidate
|Philip Taylor||Marcus L. Morrow 1818-1876|
Stacey: John L Morrow 1854-1934,was my great grandfather, Martha Morrow was my grandmother, 1876-1952 I am wondering where you got the information on Marcus L. Morrow, 1818-1876 father of John L. Morrow? Do you have any info as to what happened to Marcus's siblings, Calvin and Sophronia. Any info will be appreciated. Philip Taylor, Pocahontas 870-219-6825 Philip.email@example.com
|merryl||RE: Unknown Pate|
Hi Stacy: Good question. Do you know where the information comes from, as I didn't see a photo of the gravestone on the memorial? The gravestone is actually broken into a number of pieces. I did a study of Pioneer Cemetery in 2011. In the study, I found that the Hempstead County Genealogical Society, in their 2000 publication, incorrectly recorded Roswell Beebe Pate's gravestone as reading "December 1857," and his name as "Boswell." The family Bible shows his correct name, as does the 1850 census, and the correct death date as "September 1857." His stone does say "Erected by his mother Sarah Pate." Taking all that together, I believe your Unknown Pate is Roswell Beebe Pate. However, if your information is from a different source, then we might need to do more investigation.
Added by merryl on Sep 02, 2014 4:46 PM
|mlf||RE: Annie Garrett Thach|
Added by mlf on Sep 02, 2014 3:06 PM
|Edwina Moody||RE: us!|
I went back and found the memorial I originally sent you information about, and yes we are related if you are related to the Kerlin family? You see, Linnie Mae Harris married Lester Row Kerlin. Her parents were Daniel H Harris and Sytha Anna Moore. That line eventually leads back to the Ewing family, Mary Frances Ewing to be exact. My ancestors are Ewing also. I'm one of those people who enjoy doing genealogy and I've pretty much researched all my lines back to the point that I'm stuck on most of them. So, since I enjoy doing genealogy so much, I've started making sure I've also researched the descendants as much as I can to everyone in my tree. I could probably help you out with information if you are interested. If you can tell me who you are related to and how you are related to them, I can look it up in my database and probably help you out with your genealogy. Just let me know. My email address is Familytreeclimber@Yahoo.com
|Edwina Moody||RE: us!|
My grandmother's family was from Georgia, but I personally have no relations here in Arkansas. My family and I moved to Arkanasas from Arizona back in 1997 or so. If you are talking about Gwinnett County though, I've come to the conclusion that most of the people there must be related in some way though! lol I bought a book years ago that was put out by the Gwinnett County Historical Society. Once I put the information about my great grandparents ancestry along with the lines that married into the Pattillo and Ewing family, I looked through the index at the back of the book and found more people's ancestry that had married into the Ewing family especially and found that when I got done, about two-thirds of the book was related to my great grandparents in some way!! So, If you can tell me the surnames you have in Georgia, I can check my database and let you know if I have any information for you. Then, if you would like, I can send you a GEDCOM of whatever information I have if you want. My personal email address is Familytreeclimber@Yahoo.com
|Richard Robinson||Susan M. Gordon|
I saw your memorial for Susan and I would like to ask you some questions if you are related to her. My email address is on my profile.
|Ruth Dowdy-McArthur||Dowdy Family Cemetery in Cumberland County, VA|
It looks like there are two separate Dowdy Family Cemeteries in Cumberland County, VA. Do you happen to know if this is the same Dowdy Family Cemetery where Robert Sidney Dowdy is buried?
Can you be more specific with the location of this Dowdy Family Cemetery? The other one appears to be in Cumberland City, or close to it.
I am a Dowdy bur from a branch which was located in Chatham County, NC going back into the 1700's. I am recording many different Dowdy lines and working on them in both Ancestry.com and Find A Grave, trying to get information tied together. It is quite a job.
I'd love to hear from you.
Ruth Dowdy McArthur
Dowdy Family Historian
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