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Just wanted to say thanks for all the great work you've been doing on Quaker Cemetery. It's a big cemetery and it's a little far for me to go there. Plus, I have to stay around the house these days because my 87 year old mother lives with me. But I appreciate the work you've been doing. My great-grandparents, William and Emma Hough, along with some other Hough relatives are buried there so the place means a lot to me. My Grandfather grew up in Camden right there on Broad Street. My aunt, Mary Emma Hough Funderburk taught school there, too.
Added by Peka on Mar 26, 2014 7:28 PM
|Peka||Here's an example of what I was saying below|
I think it's easier to read and compare
Added by Peka on Mar 21, 2014 9:25 AM
I really appreciate all the work you're doing. I just want to request one small change. Would you omit the "/" between lines in the transcriptions? I would rather they be submitted like this:
this life in Camden, So. Ca.
September 15th 1867, Col. WILLIAM R. TAYLOR,
in the 37th year
of his age.
He died trusting in Jesus.
"He that believeth in me; though
he were dead, yet shall he live."
I like transcriptions to be as close to exact as possible so that I can compare the picture to the tombstone line by line and those front slashes aren't part of them and are a distraction for me. Thanks for your help!
Added by Peka on Mar 21, 2014 9:21 AM
This is still not the right number:
"Would you please link to spouse, 44065486? Thanks again...Sent you a correction last night right after sending the error..."
He died before she was born and wrong married name.
Added by Peka on Mar 13, 2014 11:21 AM
|Peka||Willie|Added by Peka on Mar 13, 2014 11:19 AM
Would you please link to parents? Father: 44037568 and Mother: 44065846.
These people have the last name Vaughn
Added by Peka on Mar 13, 2014 6:35 AM
Would you please link to spouse, 44065486?
This doesn't look right (Pamela Elizabeth Cheek Holder who was born after he died).
Added by Peka on Mar 13, 2014 6:30 AM
|Charlotte Ann Price||Rebecca Murrow (Born: 1812) And John Vaught|
I came across this history in the internet.
John is listed down at the #14. Matthias 3 Vaught (John 2 , John 1 ) was born December 07, 1790. He married Kitsey
West, daughter of Robert West and Miss Bellamy.
Child of Matthias Vaught and Kitsey West is:
+ 46 i. John 4 Vaught, born February 10, 1814; died October 1897.
Sorry, I don't know the location of the grave. I saw on the death certificates that she and some of her other family members are buried there. The surviving descendants don't know location of grave sites for those family members either.
Added by Davette on Feb 08, 2014 9:02 PM
|Heather Hargis Kiser||RE: Gerber|
You're welcome. I am still working on the rest of the Gerber family that you requested. I'm hoping to go on Saturday.
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