|Nancy Clay||Menerva Hill|
hi , we are cousins..I did add some info to your dates..I have been looking for Menerva for a long time..I do have her brother Van Buren charted..contact me at email@example.com
|Tim Bear||RE: Thank you|
Added by Tim Bear on Sep 29, 2013 7:17 AM
|Kathy Brunetti||George Evelyn Harrison|
George Evelyn Harrison is buried at Brandon Plantation Cemetery. The plantation is owned by the Daniels family now, so I don't know if you need permission to go to the graveyard. The entire family of Nathaniel Harrison is buried there. This is a branch of Benjamin Harrison's family. This plantation is in Prince George Co. and is called Lower Brandon.
|Jack Huber||RE: John L. Huber|
Brian, it was little handout my brother Thomas wrote for a little celebration on the 100th anniversary of the Elberon post office in (I think) 2002.
Unfortunately, the post office was closed a year or two after that...
Let me know if you have any questions.
Jack (John Huber actually, after our ancestor)
|Don Green||RE: Thank you!|
Glad to help out, Brian !
Added by ProgBase on Sep 09, 2012 12:52 PM
|Betty Carrol Cooper Omholt||RE: Thank you!|
I have had the photo for quit a while-I was not happy with the quality-the stone is nearly buried and stickers so I had to be careful with pulling the weeds. I hope you could see it well enough
|Freyr||RE: Thank you!|
You and your friend are welcome.
Added by Freyr on Sep 06, 2012 4:07 PM
|SheWalksTheseHills||RE: George Evelyn Harrison|
If memory serves me Geo. E. Harrison is buried at Airwell in Hanover County?
He's not related to me, so I'm sorry I really don't have any information on him.
Have you tried the Florence Page Genealogical Library in Montpelier, Va. in your search? The librarian Judy Lowry is super and she may be of help to you in this search. If you need contact information for the library I'll be happy to send it you.
I wish you all the best in your search, and if there is any way I can help, don't hesitate to let me know!
All the best,
Thanks for taking the photo of my relative's gravesite, John J. Cherry.
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