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June Taylor McClure (#47270802)
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Bio Photo I am native to Haywood County NC hometown Canton NC. Some of my family ancestor names are Taylor, Kinsland, Moore, and Harkins.
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Lloyd Brannon
RE: J.T. Taylor memorial
Now that I am awake enough to search, here is our distant connections:

Going back as far to Russell Clark Kinsland #53047840, who Married Lelia Adeline Blythe # 53047864, the Daughter of John C. Blyth # 53047952 and Rachael Flora Brannon # 53047965, the Daughter of Richard McKendry Brannon # 37071922 and Adeline P. Hawkins # 37072070. Now Richard's Father, Patrick Brannon # 128128468 and his wife Paulina Bennett # 128129591 are my Great-great-great Grandparents, who are the 7th generation of John Branham #128006888, my gx8 Grandfather.

And that is how we have been connected.

Have a nice day, Lloyd Paul Brannon, II
Added by Lloyd Brannon on Jul 03, 2014 12:59 AM
Lloyd Brannon
J. T. Taylor follow up
It is "most practical" to say that we are not even related. I have been tracing, tracking, researching and documenting my own family tree of the Brannon Family. This came about by the book The Brannon Family, published in 1960 by my Great Aunt Nina Bell Brannon Jarrell Coles. There were a lot of spaces and unanswered questions about family.

I am tracking and recording any and all persons who have married into the Brannon family, before that union and after that union, as well as Brannons who have married out, including their family prior to the union and post union.

If one were diligent enough to track cousins/removed, I am sure there would be some lengthy titles, so I don't.

Of these individuals and generations that I track, I take and mark special notes to those who have contributed to the betterment of the country, as military, or any municipal government resources.

You are welcome to browse my contributor page, and find the names under "Other Extended Family", as well as anything else that is offered on the domain!

Thank you for your information and help, and have a great week. Lloyd Paul Brannon, II
Added by Lloyd Brannon on Jul 02, 2014 11:35 PM
Lloyd Brannon
J. T. Taylor # 56278885

I don't like to assume, when collecting information of individuals who have been traced to our family tree. So would you happen to know which branch of Armed Forces PFC "J.T." served?

My assumption would be US Army, possibly Marines. I am not familiar enough with the military hat medallions.

Thank you,

Lloyd Paul Brannon, II
F.a.G. # 47672485
Added by Lloyd Brannon on Jul 01, 2014 7:17 PM
RE: Crawford Ray Cemetery
No problem! Just know that between Locust Field, Crawford and Old BaV, you'll have thousands of new memorials to explore! I'll be sending them in batches. If you want any more, let me know. I have Oak Grove, Bethel, Beaverdam, Maple Grove, all over the place, really! I'm reaching out to a few other contributors as well. Thanks! LG
Added by LostGeneration on Jun 19, 2014 6:43 AM
RE: Haywood County memorials
I've started transferring, but am doing it in batches since you will get an email for each one, your mailbox will fill quickly... :-)

I know you'll take good care of them!

Added by LostGeneration on Jun 19, 2014 4:47 AM
Haywood County memorials
June, I'm taking a break from Find a Grave for a while and rather than let my memorials languish under an inactive ID, I'm looking to transfer. Are there any cemeteries or surnames in Haywood County that you would be interested in managing? LG
Added by LostGeneration on Jun 16, 2014 11:29 AM
Trails of History
Edna & Willa
Thank you so much for the transfer of sisters Willa and Edna to my care. Your kindness is most appreciated.
Added by Trails of History on May 30, 2014 6:30 PM
Liz Smathers-Shaw
RE: Quay Smathers
Hello June,
I'm learning how to do the memorials, so I'd be happy to manage my father's and other family members as you see fit to transfer them.
Liz Smathers-Shaw
Added by Liz Smathers-Shaw on May 25, 2014 8:51 PM
Liz Smathers-Shaw
Quay Smathers
Thank you so much for putting my father's grave on this website. He was well loved in the community and by his family. It meant a lot to me to stumble upon this, this evening. God bless you for doing this.
Liz Smathers Shaw
Added by Liz Smathers-Shaw on May 22, 2014 9:31 PM
Ethel Anders
June, on second thought, I'm not sure you should actually delete this memorial. I believe Crawford was established in the late 50's, so you are likely correct that they had her moved. I have been to Locust Field several times and I know you have too, but it's possible there is a marker there for her that is unreadable or destroyed. I would suggest asking the admins to mark this as a cenotaph, and note on the memorial that she was re-interred at Crawford. We can make reciprocal links to each other's memorials. Thanks!! LG
Added by LostGeneration on Apr 29, 2014 11:46 AM
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