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I am a Christian, mother of 3 and grandmother of Graham, Hudson and Landon. I am researching McKissick, Poston, Moody, Scott, Bosdell, Hughey, Bayne, Dalton, Austin, Potts, Lankford, Rice, Thompson, Baxley, Haselden, Odum, Pugliese, LaRocque and Williams in SC, GA, IL and NC.|
Feel free to use my photos as you like. I hope they are a help. I will transfer any memorial upon request that is not directly connected to me.
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|Susan Carrington Kilgore Wiley||RE: Susan Carrington Kilgore Wiley|
Yes, I did the the death certificate for Martha Fleming and I printed it. I just think it is helpful for the parent information to be under bio if they cannot be linked. Thanks. Susan
|David Coward||Augie Avery #19377162|
More news: as I transcribed some Austin obituaries (from the Greenville News), I finally found one of the two missing daughters of Dave & Emma Rice Austin: Augusta M. (Augie) Austin Avery #19377162 & her husband, Frank Homer Avery #19377143. I've submitted updated information for both of them, no response as yet. No census could seem to get her name right--it was always Angie, or Arga or some strange derivation. She was born 22 August 1899, and was interred on 18 December 1981 (I surmise she passed two days beforehand). They had three children. The fate of her older sister, Lida T. Austin, b.1884, has still managed to elude me, unfortunately. But I am pleased one more piece of the family history puzzle is in place!
|Valerie Creel||Happy Easter!|
Just wanted to send you a note to wish you a very Happy Easter!
|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Tinsley and extended families|
Thank you so very much for your dedicated work with Find A Grave. It means so much to people like me who can no longer visit cemeteries to be able to visit them on line and see the grave stones for their extended families. Thanks for your permission for me to use your photos in my family files on Ancestry and Family TreeMaker.
You make it possible for so many people to see where their loved ones rest.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Jennie Jones Giles||RE: Zebulon|
Transfer is not necessary. I'm not a direct descendant, just one of many "cousins." Thank you so much for adding relationship links.
Will put it on my calendar, but Nov is a very busy month for us with birthdays and Thanksgiving to celebrate. Hope I can make it.
|rose jacobs||RE: J.T. Thompson|
I am sorry I just found this message. I am tracing my husbands mother Mary Abrams Jacobs,
lineage. her mother was Anna Corine Eaddy. It is a huge family and I wish I was a little closer to the area.
Thanks for the invitation, so sorry I missed meeting a lot of new relatives!
|Vonnie L Cantrell||Transfer|
What a generous thing for you to do! You do not know how much I appreciate the transfer. I am going to spend my morning working on this.
Merry Christmas to you!
|Steve Williams||RE: ooops!!|
Thomas Walker Williams was NOT a child of Thomas Arthur Williams! Please see the information I have included below.
Thomas Walker Williams
Birth : 21 NOV 1888 Williams Hill, Georgetown Co, SC
Death : 30 AUG 1947 Cades, Williamsburg Co, SC
Father: Robert Pinckney Williams
Mother: Mary Harriet Tindall
|Steve Williams||RE: Williams Family Tree|
My father was Rev John David Williams. My mother is Alice Eulee Moseley Williams. I am a third generation United Methodist pastor currently appointed to Folly Beach United Methodist Church. Of course, my father's father was Rev Thomas Walker Williams. I have been to Joseph's page. A good bit of it as it relates to my "immediate" family needs revising. How do you tie in?
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