|Debbie C. (#46854107)|
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PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" BUTTON at the top right corner of the memorial and use "SUGGEST A CORRECTION". I will be happy to answer any questions, do corrections, transfers or add information to any of my memorials from there. |
My family names;
Father's side; Dorris, Buckner, Turner, Woodson, Lewis.
Wainwright, Thompson, Darvill, Stith, Randolph, Isham, Taliaferro, Hawes, Aylett, Ironmonger.
Ashley, Hogan, Huddleston, Seago, Parker, Upton, Carlton, Hart,
Mother's; Faeth, Haverstock, Keiser, Jones, Griffith;
Kohn, Houser, Bonser, Becker, Eyer, Metzgar, Dietz, Heller
My husband's family names;
Father's; Carter, Evans, Mayginnes, Shepherd, Palmer, Pickard, Newlin, Lindley, Hadley,
Mother's; McNair, Cotter, Leverton, Ward, Long, Blair; Fagan, Kearins, Shothran, Meehan.
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|B&RVanetti||Daniel O. Brumley|
I wanted to let you know I added two photos of Daniel Brumley's gravestone. He is indeed buried in Mount Olive Cemetery in Mayview.
|BrideyLight||RE: Your profile photograph!|
Dear Debbie C.! It's just that is one of the best profile photographs I have yet seen, so very sweet. And I love your hair style. You've got me thinking of a similar one for myself now. Kind regards, Bridey Light
|BrideyLight||Your profile photograph!|
Dear Debbie C.: I just wanted to comment on how beautiful your profile photograph is! Such a perfectly appropriate photograph of smiling you with your ancestor's final resting place. And what a sturdy grave marker she has -- we could all hope for ours to survive as many years! Kind regards, Bridey Light
|Jeanenne Mohr||Houser geneology|
I came across your profile while researching my families geneology. I believe we are distantly related. Charles Carl Houser is also my 4th great grandfather. My grandmother Chole Houser Steudte was the daughter of Jacob Wilson Houser and Fannie Gregory. Jacobs father was William Houser and Sarah Bonser Houser. And of course then follows Charles. I would love to know more about your side of the family. I look forward to hearing from you. My email is email@example.com
|Fritz 1069||Vernon O. Mitchell|
Would you please transfer Find A Grave #51796684, Vernon O. Mitchell to me Fritz, Find A Grave # 47865125. Vernon is a first cousin, 1x removed. Thank you and thank you for posting it on Find A Grave. Larry Whitten
|jeannette rook||COL Catesby Jones|
Name: Catesby Jones
Born: March 17, 1788 Marlfield Homestead Gloucester County Virginia
Died: July 18, 1845 Oakley King and Queens County Virginia
Spouse: Mary “Mollie” Brooke Taliaferro 1st
Mary Ann Brooke Pollard 2nd
Parents: Colonel William Jones
Cause of Death: Apoplexy
Age at Death: YRS: 57th
Date of Burial: 1845
Informant: Captain. Joseph Pollard [Brother In-law.]
Interment: Ware Episcopal Church Cemetery Gloucester: Gloucester County Virginia, USA Plot: APVA
Mortuary Notice Date: Thursday, September 25, 1845 Paper: Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, VA) Volume: 3 Issue: 7 Page: 2
COLONEL CATESBY JONES: Died at the residence of Joseph Pollard of Oakley King and Queens County Friday July 18, 1845: Colonel Catesby Jones of Gloucester County in the 57th year of his age. Col Jones had been or several months Continued.
Cause of Death apoplexy
His stone and body transferred to Ware Episcopal Church Cemetery 1957
Another thank you Debbie. Regards Merle
Added by Merle on Aug 15, 2014 3:14 PM
|karen flick||RE: Christina Fox|
Thank you so much for doing this for me! I really appreciate it. Some people get so "snarky" if you ask them to change something in a memorial--I'm glad you are not one of them. Thanks again!
|Michelle Miller||Thank you for your pictures!|
Anna Dorothea was my 6th great grandmother. I love finding the photos that you have posted! It puts all these family members into perspective within the family tree. I hope to someday see all these headstones in person, so thank you for your pictures!!
|Todd James Dean||Shannon|
Thank you so much for the transfers! Members like you make Find-a-Grave the very best. I appreciate all the work you do!
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