|Chris Wilkerson (#47788569)|
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|My wife and I started researching our family trees back in 2011. We have enjoyed our time searching for our missing ancestors and learning more about them. |
As our knowledge has increased, we have uncovered different resources that have been very helpful. One such resource was Find a Grave. As we found different ancestors on Find a Grave, we started visiting them, to see what else we could learn. As we visited the various cemeteries, we would find other relatives, that were not even listed on Find A Grave. Thus it became important to walk the entire cemetery, just in case there was someone there that had not "been found". Thus in the beginning, those that I was managing had a family connection.
As we visited more and more cemeteries looking for our relatives, it became apparent that there was a lot of non relatives that had a story to tell, that was just as important as my relatives. Thus we began to check a cemetery that we visited, to see if there were a lot of pictures missing or if there were a lot of names missing. Thus we began to add people that were not related, hoping that someone may find them.
I will be happy to transfer any of my non directs to you, or add any information for you. Please just let me know.
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|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Bolings & Edwards at New Harmony|
Thanks for adding the links and other edits. ~~Carol
Chris I have also seen you on myheritage.com which I have had record matches with you I believe you are a cousin. Do you know where Penelope and Julius King are buried? I know that we have grandparents in Prospect United Methodist Church in Gwinnett County Lawrenceville GA.
My grandparents are Andrew Jackson King and Nancy Lantern King. I am having difficulty find their parents. Any information you have on either sets of parents for them would be much appreciated.
Added by Kristy on Jan 06, 2015 9:26 PM
|stingwray||Rebecca Byrd Gravestone Photo|
Thanks so much for the Photo. This is a hard family to document. they were some of my Wife's
Ancestors and I think migrant or tenant farmers. While there, did you by any chance see a marker for William C. Byrd? or perhaps there is no marker, as he was an infant who died at birth or during infancy, (1932).
|Michael Grilione||Lucy Jane Austin Johnson|
Thank you for your help, time and the wonderful photo regarding Lucy Jane Johnson & her husband.
|Elaine Roberts||Sinthia Patrick|
Thank you for honoring her by posting her gravestone. She is my great great grandmother.
I descend from her daughter Frances who married John Perry.
|Seth Quick||William H Couch|
Thanks for the pic!
|Janet Cox||Eliza Johnson|
|Michael Bell||Fannie Lou McDonald|
Thanks so much for the grave photo. That was very fast. I appreciate it!!
|Michael Bell||Fannie Lou Mckelvey McDonasld|
Thanks so much for the grave photo. That was so fast. I appreciate it very much!
|F Chambers||Bertha Owens|
I made the edits you requested to her memorial. Let me know if she is related to you and I will be glad to transfer.
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