|Daren Randal Griffin (#47894303)|
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I enjoy running around outside with my teenage boys playing basketball, baseball, soccer, football and hunting.|
Ancestor searching started with my Uncle Mike about 10 years ago then recently I went to Christiansburg, VA for my childs baseball tournament and my mom said that is where she grew up. Mom and Uncle Roger took me around the Mountain Lake, VA area their old stomping ground and I took pictures of grave sites of my relatives, Huffman, Meredith, Kirk, etc. I posted them and relatives, such as Donna Stoessner, I did not know existed emailed me wondering how I knew the person in the photos. She helped with my tree on the Meredith - Kirk side. That was exciting. On my fathers side, Griffin - Curlee - Helms - Plyler - Belk - etc, I went to Monroe, NC and visited relatives and received photos. I got hooked up with a relative, Billie Ranson, she led me to a DNA test tracking an ancestor to Richard Griffin 1752. She has also been a great help with my tree.
I have received much data through this site and enjoy giving back when someone needs a photo.
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|Valyncia Morrison||RE: Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee|
Hi Daren how are you? Thanks so much for your time I truly appreciate you skill and time. Did you and find any other Greenlee's/Greenleaf in any of your other quest? As you mentioned in prior message maybe my great grandmothers stone may possibly be disintegrated through time. If you come across the surnames please let me know.
|Valyncia Morrison||Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee|
Hi Daren, I appreciate the ancestry search. Was the
cemetery in Muscogee, Columbus, Georgia or Harris County, Georgia. I thought it was the on in Harris County, because that was were she was born. I found her death certificate and it said she was buried at Mt. Olive Cemetery and I looked this cemetery up on Google and there is one in Columbus,Georgia also.
b. 1867, d. 1928
Added by Valyncia Morrison
Nov 07, 2013
Glad to transfer your Great-Grandfather to you. Daniel Melvin Huffman 57817891
Its always so good to have family locate family members. If I can help with others, just let me know.
|Patience ||RE: Nancy Velma Martin memorial|
I would be glad to transfer Nancy Velma Martin Meredith's memorial to you. I think it is always better for there to be a connection. Just let me know.
Added by Patience on Apr 14, 2013 12:25 PM
|cev||RE: Memorial #67289137|
I have removed the photo from memorial 67289137. If you want me to add this photo to memorial 26848123, please let me know. There is already a photo there but mine is much clearer.
Thanks for catching my error.
Added by cev on Mar 25, 2013 2:36 PM
|HEAVEN BOUND||Margaret Starnes 67289137|
I am in receipt of your message advising the photo of the headstone posted to the memorial for Margaret Starnes (67289137) by CEV is incorrect. I have advised CEV of your comments.
Thank you for the update.
|Mack Browning||Hugh Watt photo|
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill this request for the Hugh Watt gravesite. Seeing the inscription enabled me to clear up some confusion in my own research.
|Bud||Vickie Aloma Stokes West|
Glad to be able to help. Also, their were two others buried there. Larry Paul West to the left of your pair and Vickie in the far right corner. Toni entered Larry and I just entered Vickie. If you like I will transfer Vickie's memorial over to you.
Happy Researching, Bud
Added by Bud on Feb 25, 2013 3:37 PM
|Greg||RE: John & Martha Deese|
Thanks for the reply. If you would like copy of the memorial(s), here is a link.
I have photographed these at Weddington UMC cemetery, they are LN, FN order.
Added by Greg on Feb 19, 2013 2:18 PM
|Peka||RE: William Griffin Jr|
There's a Pearl W. Griffin (15 Oct 1897 - 31 Jan 1958) buried in Memorial Park in Lancaster. I don't have a picture of this memorial. 90% of the memorials I create are from actual photographs (I usually take photos of all the graves in a cemetery). But Memorial Park is so large that I used the cemetery survey to make sure I got all of them added. I would suggest you make a photo request of the grave of this Pearl and add to the request a note asking if she's buried with her husband. Maybe he is but hasn't been added to the cemetery. I might be able to get by there myself, but someone else might get there quicker.
Added by Peka on Feb 13, 2013 7:12 AM
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