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Charles E. Carroll (#46952409)
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Bio Photo I am the son of William Carroll of Anderson Co., TX and Katherine Cunningham of Macon County, NC. I was raised in Los Angeles, Galveston and Houston, TX. I served in the U.S. Navy and Merchant Marine. Retired to Slocum, Anderson County, TX.

I encourage correction of my errors. Please let me know and I will make the corrections. I will also transfer a memorial I have posted.
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RE: Fairmont Cemetery
u are welcome...

Added by Jason on Nov 10, 2014 6:17 PM
RE: Fairmont Cemetery

if u see map on Fairmont Cemetery and looking at satellite show. 2 cemeteries divide half.. u will see woods/big ditch in between cemeteries. u probably not able see closer but u can see woods in between.

Right side of Cemetery call Fairmont Community Cemetery which about 2 acres land for African People. this cemetery is right across street from warehouse/car shop.

Left side of Cemetery call Fairmont Cemetery is for which about 2 acres land for White/Indian People. this cemetery is right across street from farm land.


Added by Jason on Nov 09, 2014 10:12 PM
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Find A Grave contributor Charles E. Carroll has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Lucinda Gilmore.
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I believe the inscription should read "for his crown" instead of far his crown.


Thanks for let me know.. my guess I may be type wrong letter and thanks again!!

Added by Jason on Nov 09, 2014 7:14 PM
Billie Sorrels
RE: Harmon Underhill
I will have to look at the Census and get back to you. You are asking about Harmon Underhill Sr, correct? Billie
Added by Billie Sorrels on Nov 06, 2014 8:25 PM
Carrolls at Oaklawn, Wynnewood, OK
Hello, There are 8 memorials for Carroll family members that we created at Oaklawn. If you are related, would you like them transferred to you? We are not related to them. Keith & Lynne
Added by KLB on Nov 04, 2014 7:38 AM
Jim C.
RE: John Cunningham Patton
Thank you for the addition information concerning Amelia Kittle, John C. Patton, and Louisa (Clark) Kittle. I am trying to make some sense out of the 1860 Randolph Co., MO census. The 1850 Randolph Co. census lists Amelia's name as Ann. The Boone Co., MO marriage records show the marriage of Annie A. Kittle in 1870 to Hugh Eagan. I think that the census records for Ann in 1850 and Amelia in 1860 are for the same person. Thanks for the lead on the Kittle-Clark marriage in VA.
Added by Jim C. on Oct 29, 2014 6:10 PM
Jim C.
John Cunningham Patton
I have just found your memorial for John Cunningham Patton in Salem Cemetery, Randolph Co., MO. Did he have a daughter named Louisa who would have been born in about 1823 and who married J. B. Kittle? I am trying to figure out if Amelia Kittle is living with her grandparents, John C. and Willmourth Patton in the 1860 census for Randolph Co., MO. Can you shed some light on this situation? Thanks.
Added by Jim C. on Oct 27, 2014 10:31 PM
RE: George Futch
There are many Futch family members still in this area, most of them that I met are super-nice, the Futch Family Cemetery is right up the road from me, but it was already completed by the time I started doing this. Take Care, Cat
Added by Cat on Oct 19, 2014 2:36 PM
RE: George Futch
Oh I was just letting you know if you wanted to put a flower on the correct one-that's all-thought he may have been related :) Cat
Added by Cat on Oct 18, 2014 11:45 PM
George Futch
Hi George Futch is not buried in Lakeland City Cem he is buried in the Futch family cemetery and is memorial 49757043. I just surveyed the Lakeland City Cem and tried to find him since he was a photo request- I did find that he was listed in another cemetery. :) Cat
Added by Cat on Oct 18, 2014 8:28 AM
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