|Jason O (#47070604)|
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If you enjoy the photos I have posted, or you have copied them, please show the courtesy of a brief notification. (In most cases, you will find I have more photos to share.) My hope, in sharing, is to exchange with others so as to mutually build family memories.|
I have entered names on findagrave, knowing that there may be errors. It has not been uncommon to find different dates and names on headstones, family Bibles, and death certificates...for the same person. In instances in which I have a public record that conflicts with other data, I have tried to submit all conflicting information, without bias. Please let me know of any errors, so that I may present the best possible information.
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|Luteen Carroll||Byrd A Collings|
I copied this of Find A Grave memorial 29850382. His grandson's wife Pauline Collings is looking for info. we have been friends 50 years. Her husbands name was Elisha Jackson Collings Jr. I'm doing her leg work. Pauline is 87 and in a nursing home, she has a son & daughter which sh wonts to share this with. Please contact me. Sincerely Luteen Carroll I do have her phone number
|Esther Johnson||Sorry I can not email from where I am|
*The Mount Airy Museum of Regional History and The Surry County Genealogical Assn. will sponsor a FREE Family History and Genealogy Swap Meet Jan. 31 at 10:00 until 5:00 on the 3rd floor of The Museum at 301 North Main Street, Mount Airy, North Carolina, 27030, Telephone: 336.786.4478. Also they are asking anyone who has every been in a Beginners Genealogy Class spondered by the Museum and taught by Esther Johnson to come as a special guest that day. Also everyone connected with any History or Genealogy Group is invited to come and set up for this Swap Meet and advertise your group and sale any books or maps or etc from your group and all authors are invited to come and put out your books to sale. But the big thing will be, everyone is invited and you are ask to bring your genealogy and display so everyone can make connections and find new family information. There will be a copy machine so you can make copies of info. For a small fee. Bring your Laptops and set up. Watch for more information . You can also call Esther Johnson1-336-832-6437 or email her at EPDJ1@triad.rr.com**
|Anonymous||RE: Andrew Jackson Wiggington III|
Thank you for your inquiry.
I do not know the marriage date of Geneva Campbell and Andrew Jackson Wiggington lll. I believe it was a first marriage for both and both were fairly young, maybe 18-20 y/o.
They did not have any children together.
I do not have any more photos other than graveside.
Good luck with your future research.
Hi Jason. Could you please explain how to link to another memorial within the biography section? Here's an example: Memorial# 68862933
This is another of Rufus and Emma's children.
George E. Mitchell. The E is for Emmitt or Emmett
|Lisa Squared||Leonard Mitchell|
I see you have tons of my family members (Mitchell's) so keep Leonard with you (papa). Are you related to the Mitchell's?
|Lisa Squared||Leonard Mitchell|
I would love to have Leonard Mitchell's memorial transferred to my name if possible. He is my grandfather. Thanks so much
I am researching for my aunt on her family, Overby, Hill, Mitchell, and others. Thanks for all the info and photos you have put out for the public.
Added by Sandy on Nov 12, 2014 7:30 AM
|Wade Hicks||Samuel Vance & Alice "Aley" Carr|
I just answered your query and notice that ALL I wanted to know was if the stone of the identified Samuel Vance was double or single with Alice's name on it.
Sorry about the other long post. If you can't find it, I will go back & get the number identifying it on find-a-grave.
|Wade Hicks||RE: Samuel Vance & Alice Carr Tombstone|
This Samuel Vance is buried in the Old Union Church Graveyard in Guilford County, North Carolina.
He was married to Alice "Aley" Carr. There is nothing on Alice beside her name. Their daughter, Hannah married John Zachariah Lowrey, a brother to my ancestor, Mary Lowrey who married William Walker. John is buried in the Old Union Church Graveyard, also.
John Zachariah and his wife, Hannah Vance had a daughter, Alice "Aley". I had this same name of a woman who married a Fuel Crews. I have now connected this Alice as I feel fairly sure that she was this daughter BUT I was trying to verify that fact.
Also Alice Carr VANCE is now shown to have a grave and I suspect she doesn't have a stone.
Thanks for answering! The Lowrey's are MY family.
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