|Ron Stewart (#47046011)|
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Retired military. Genealogy is a passion but I slow down when football season arrives. Willing to help others as much as possible. I focus on my Stewart roots (West Virginia and Pennsylvania) and the Marshall family on my mother's side (Virginia).|
I have photo documented local cemeteries in my area of James City County, Charles City County, Williamsburg and York County, VA. I am currently working on cemeteries in Surry, Sussex, Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties, VA.
I have also photo documented several cemeteries in the Hilton Head Island, SC, Kitty Hawk (Dare County), NC and Leavenworth, KS areas while on vacation.
If I have added a memorial for one of your family members just let me know your Find A Grave member number and I will transfer it to you.
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Thank you for your volunteer efforts, and for photographing the memorial of my uncle, Steve A. Gregory.
|Brad Purdum||RE: William Purdum|
I really appreciate all the find a graves you have done. Simply amazing! William Purdum's Civil War Pension record, which I got copies back in 1976, states in 1898 both his wife and children were all dead. So with him not having any direct lines possible alive, I would be honored to have find a grave memorial transferred to me. There was 8 boys and 2 girls in the family and 7 boys were in the Civil War. I've found them all on Find a grave except for one brother in Montana. Thank you so much again.
|Brad Purdum||RE: William Purdum|
I am fairly new to find a grave so I'm not sure what I need to do if you would transfer it to me.
|Brad Purdum||William Purdum|
Thank you for posting the grave of William Purdum. William Walter Purdum was my Great Grandfather's brother. He was born December 17,1836 in Springfield Twp. Ross County, Ohio. William fought in the Civil War 89th Regiment O.V.I. Co. D . Six of his seven brothers were also in the Civil War. His parents were Meshach Purdum and Elizabeth Coyle Purdum.
|Andrea Freeman||RE: A big thank you!|
No problem. This has been my favorite cemetery yet as it was a treasure to find in the middle of the woods on a side of a hill/mountain. I didn't find it on my 1st attempt so I had to wait until the leaves were off the trees to see the fence. They are my great great grandparents. My grandma was Hattie Gurtis Hiatt. Her mom and dad was Issac Knott Hiatt and Sissie Marshall. I have a photo of Sissie and Ike on my ancestry.com webpage: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/39105575/person/19325756909 And Sissie's parents are the ones buried in Marshall cemetery. Her dad Rufus was a school teacher and caught the measles and past.
Let me know if you have any further info on this line I would love to see them.
|Shoe142||John Moulder - photo|
WOW! Thank you so much for adding a photo of my ggrandfather's gravestone to his memorial. I was completely taken by surprise when I came across it today.
Added by Shoe142 on Mar 03, 2015 4:27 PM
|CryptoGrammy||RE: Thank you|
De nada; you're welcomed, Ron...kinda an odd mistake (which I've been know to do, too...especially when I'm researching in the wee hours :°) for Albinita Page as Rael is a fairly common Hispanic name...glad you now know for sure what happened!
Ron, revisited my father and grandfather's memorials today. Thank you for your kind gestures, it means alot!
|101EASTMAIN||Leroy "Chubby" Hill|
Thank you so much for your posting of this gravesite. Chubby was a dear friend of my father's ~ no relation (unfortunately) but a very special man.
Thank you for all you do!
|John Shuck||RE: Wier Neck Cemetery - Surry Co., VA|
I'll have to go through Find A Grave admins to get it done. I'll put it on my todo list.
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