|Kim & Dana Grissom (#46540091)|
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Hello, My family and I get all our information right from the cemeteries we acutally go out and visit. Not from books, newspaper obits or funeral home obits. To us it is more fun to do what we call cemetery hunting, going out and finding them. We feel that everyone should be remember. They are our history. Anyone that wishes can use any of the pictures and information that I have posted.|
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|Carolina Girl||Mendle S. Hoff|
Thank you for maintaining the lovely memorial of my grandfather. :)
Sincerely, Carolina Girl
|Chelle Shonk||RE: Thank You|
You are welcome
|Kaye Vensko||RE: Helen Toomer Jennings|
James Ancrum Simons, husband of Helen Toomer Jennings is my great grandfather. You asked about the name change. It happend somewhere between 1895, when James Ancrum Simons , a well known lawyer in Charleston South Carolina was charged with breach of trust with fraudlent intent (I have a copy of the newspaper article if you're interested) and 1900 where you can find the family in the United States Census, Sioux Falls South Dakota with the name Ballantyne, James Ancrum is deceased as Helen is a widow, I have been unable to find any legal name change. James's grandmother was Margaret Anderson Ballentine, which is where we feel the new last name originated although the spelling is different.
Sorry it took so long for me to get back to you, just wanted to get the papers out and verify the information I was giving you. I'm curious, who is your husband and the lineage to James Ancrum Simons? Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Loyal Limb||RE: Photo|
You're welcome. Happy to help.
|E. Speed||RE: photo|
I didn't find the marker for the other you wanted. The cemetery wasn't well maintained, plus there were loads of leaves. Perhaps someone else will find it in the future
Added by E. Speed on Nov 19, 2013 6:18 PM
|Oliver||RE: Thank You|
You are very welcome!
Added by Oliver on Nov 04, 2013 5:22 AM
|Susan Mizzell||Long distance visit|
I just want to say thanks so much for what you are doing! Because of you I can visit my fathers grave everyday! My father is burried in Walterboro SC and I live in Aiken SC. Thats a three hour drive. Since I found your site I can see him everyday! Thanks soooooooooo much!
|Rose Fox||Can you add info?|
These two are Husband and wife, can you link them? Also TU for the use of the photos. Thx
Henry Allen Williams
Find A Grave Memorial# 7343338
Martha A Williams
Find A Grave Memorial# 7343359
Am not requesting to have them turned over to me because their line married into one of my collateral families. Thx again
Rose Thompson Fox (#47649979)
Added by Rose Fox on Aug 13, 2013 8:42 PM
Should have typed Smith/Padgett Family Cemetery.
|Marion Royal||Duplicate Cemetery|
It looks like you have recently added photos to a cemetery named Jasper M Smith Family Cemetery that I added a few years back as Smith/Family Cemetery. Today, I also found an earlier listing as Smith Cemetery (all three in Colleton County, S.C.).
We should see if we can get them merged together. I have no ancestors in that cemetery and I have no ownership and freely release all photos I submitted.
You can find all three cemeteries by searching on Hugo S. Smith, b1853 in South Carolina.
Let me know if I need to take any action. I have worked with the editors of Find-a-grave before and they are pretty good about resolving these things.
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