|Kirk Binning (#47311656)|
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I love the history of Southeast North Carolina. Let me help you with your research.|
Feel free to take and use any photos that I have posted. You do not have to give me credit for them.
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|Kathryn Wagner||RE: Nora Dozier|
Thank you so much for letting me know, and I'm glad that my thoughts were correct. I am glad to be a part of more accuracy in anyone's history. I appreciate your considering my ideas ... and really enjoyed reading about the family. They were quite the family ... indeed ... and I loved the family portrait on the first page. One doesn't see a grand family portrait like that often from that era. Take care, and God bless. Thanks again for letting me know.
|Kathryn Wagner||RE: Nora FoyI|
Thank you so much! I will look into the Foys. Their obituaries were fascinating, and I know that I'd enjoy reading more about them. Do let me know about the "birth mother" situation. I'm really interested. As I said, in my mother's obit, it never mentioned her birth mother, although she was well aware of who she was. She had died, when my mother was two, so the only mother she really knew was her stepmother ... and considered her "Mother". I linked her birth mom with the edit tab for parents - and then put a link in her bio WITH a story about how "my grandmother", who was actually my stepgrandmother had raised her. So, I know that "things aren't always what they seem", and when looking at her birth date ... and the date of death for her dad's first wife ... I figured that the first wife had to be the mom. The names are WAY confusing for both, aren't they? What would be the chances of marrying 2 Sarahs ... with the same last names? LOL Thank you for letting me know and for your response. God bless!
|fallen acorn||Clarence Gravey|
Thank you for the picture of Clarence Gravey's memorial stone. I appreciate your time and efforts in helping me. May you have a great day.
|Chris Nelson||Simpson & Mary Aycock Photos|
Thanks for getting these pictures. Much appreciated!
|Ginger Addis||Catherine Sandlin|
Thank you so much for such a quick response, good picture and for what you do.
|Jean MacCallum||John W. Rowe|
Thanks so much for the transfer... I am so proud of g-g-GF SGT Rowe's Confederate service! :) I hope to visit his grave this year and leave a small CS flag!!
Thanks so much for fulling my request.
|Laura Quast Benson||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for providing a picture of Orville Quast's headstone. On behalf of his family, we appreciate your thoughfullness.
With Kind Regards,
|Anonymous||help with double entry|
My name is Louise Evans. I am Nancy Robinson's
mother. When I added Nancy's name to "Find a Grave" I was unaware that it had already been entered. Since your entry is the earlier my submission should be canceled and I do not know how. I would be very grateful if you would help me with that. The memorial number assigned to that entry is 128253800.
Nancy's Father's memorial number is 3270365 and her brother's number is 81822580.
|Britany Johnson (Alachniewicz)||Ellen Carpenter #85033906|
Hello, Ellen Carpenter was a relative of my husband and I was wondering if we may use her grave photo on our personal family tree?
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