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Roger Phillip Burnett (#46801633)
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Bio Photo Roger Phillip Burnett
b:10-28-1942 m Nell Lowery
05-29-1966,b:06-26-1947

Parents Taft Burnett &
June Jarrett buried at
Rebels Creek Cemetery
Mitcell Co.NC. Deacon at Chesnee First Baptist Church, Chesnee,SC.
Served in the USAF.
Retired from Duke Energy
Corp.Welding Inspection,
NDE Inspector.

Sing Baritone with The Carolina Quartet
family Qt.(Rebels Creek
Qt. for 10 yrs.

Masters Singers 17 years.

The Melody Masters Qt. organized about 1948.These 4 men have been together since 1992, check it out on www.youtube.com.) We recently changed the name of the Quartet to "Carolina Quartet".

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Jeff Lovelace
Memorial
Please see this memorial: 161804973.
Added by Jeff Lovelace on May 06, 2016 12:14 PM
Barb Dowden
Lieut Jackson Stewart
Memorial # 62847675: What proved to do have that he mit be buried in Greene Cemetery, for a marker to be place here and his son Jasper. I have proved that a Vet. marker was order for Jackson the 20 Nov 1864 for Burleson Cemetery (Find A Grave now call it Loafers Glory Cemetery); if I am correct these marker that was put in Greene Cem , should have been put in Burleson Cem now Loafers Glory Cemetery. Check it out and see what you think, let me known, for I believe he buried in Burleson Cemetery(now LGC)not in Greene, thou I could be wrong. Thanks Barb
Added by Barb Dowden on Apr 29, 2016 10:38 PM
Barb Dowden
Infant Bartlett
Find A Grave # 67398559 and 68017116 are one and the same Memorial, just though to bring it to your attention, Thanks, Barb
Added by Barb Dowden on Apr 27, 2016 6:18 PM
THE WEATHERVANE of TIME
regarding RE McKinney, MB McKinney, MaxineJOllis
Please transfer 62633882,62632374,67344173 to me.I am related to all three and would like to manage them. Thank you sincerely for all you have done and a response is appreciated. God bless.
Added by THE WEATHERVANE of TIME on Apr 20, 2016 6:34 PM
THE WEATHERVANE of TIME
please add McKinney relative
Roy Edward Mckinney (my grandfather)had a sister that is not listed,Mrs.Ruby McKinney Hinkle Bradshaw. (JUNE 4,1921-March 29,2006.Her Funeral service was 4 pm.Friday,March 31,2006 at Mount Calvary Baptist Church,in Valdese,NC officiating was Rev.Thom Hartman,Entombment was Burke Memorial Park Mausoleum,Morganton,NC, Heritage Funeral Home served the family.
Added by THE WEATHERVANE of TIME on Apr 19, 2016 8:14 AM
THE WEATHERVANE of TIME
please update the profile in this way & thank u 4 all your hard work!
Mr.Roy Edward McKinney was the son of Mr. Melvin Lafayette "Hun" McKinney (1887-1960) & Mrs.Mary Jane Autrey McKinney (1892-1984). He married Mrs.Kimesia "Maude"Biddix McKinney in June of 1934 in Spruce Pine,NC. He was a brother to Barney,Lonias,Ruby,Maxine,Nevada,Floy,Cora,& Lillian & a father to Rex,Sabra,Sandra,Beverly. At the time of his death he had 13 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three grandchildren, Valerie,Jeffrey,Anthony. Mr.McKinney lived in Spruce Pine on Allen Lane. He loved gardening,spending time with his family and spoiling the grandchildren rotten. He is remembered for his love of peppermint and making really good sour kraut. He was known as PawPaw in later years and attended Berry Chapel Baptist Church for many years. We thank God for blessing us with this man. He is missed,remembered and loved. May he rest in peace.
Added by THE WEATHERVANE of TIME on Apr 19, 2016 8:03 AM
Pat Kelly
Thomas Reid father of Hanna Reid
Can anyone confirm that Thomas Reid was a Revolutionary War soldier in Buncombe County, NC and had a brother Steven?
Many thanks,
Pat Kelly
Added by Pat Kelly on Apr 17, 2016 4:39 PM
Pat Kelly
Benjamin Willis, Jr.

Roger,
Thank you for posting the information concerning my G4 grandfather on Find a Grave. Can you, or would you, tell me anymore about him and can I reference you for information concerning other genealogical organizations. Benjamin's great grandmother, Mary Isabelle Watkins Willis is a Magna Carta Baron's descendant. Can you possibly tell me if Hanna Reid's father or grandfather was a Revolutionary War veteran?
Sincerely,
Pat Kelly
Added by Pat Kelly on Apr 17, 2016 4:33 PM
Randy & Debra Nichols
Margaret "Peggy" Lowery
I apologize for the three messages! Maybe the third time is the charm, and this last message is worded correctly! If I could delete the first two messages, I would.

Hello, Roger! I descend from Margaret "Peggy" Lowery and Charles Ephraim McKinney through their daughter, Florah Laura McKinney Washburn Hollifield and husband, Jacob Hollifield; their son Franklin Pierce Hollifield, and wife, Martha Lowery, were my gg-grandparents. Their daughter, Ola, who married Aden Sevier Carver, was my great grandmother.

Any insight as to why Margaret "Peggy" and Charles named two sons, Joseph?

Thank you!
Debra Carver Nichols
Added by Randy & Debra Nichols on Apr 17, 2016 10:56 AM
Pat Kelly
Willis to William the Conquerer
Dear Willis Family,
According to this site: "Farrar Poets Visions" the Willis Family is related to William the Conquerer though Mary Isabelle Watkins, whose mother was a Farrar. Someone please get back to me if anyone can further confirm this information.
Pat Kelly
Added by Pat Kelly on Apr 15, 2016 4:07 PM
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