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The attached photo is from 411 N. Wilmington St. Raleigh NC, my mother's childhood home. A home which no longer exists along with many others in the surrounding area between Peace College and the State Capitol.|
I have a interest in Wake Co genealogy researching primarily family connections here for the last 5 years. My surnames include Carver, Gill, John Davis d Aug 1829, Dunn, High, Horn, Moring,and Taylor(Nash Co) maternal line.
Surnames in Rockingham and Caswell Co include Alcorn AKA Alcon,Betts,Fitzgerald,Mills,Nunnally,Powell,Robertson,Stubblefield paternal line and so many more families with ties to these counties and beyond.
A resident of Somerset Co, NJ for 28 years.
I've posted many photos from the NC yearbook collection which are available on at line at ncgenweb.us/nc/bookshelf/yearbooks/ The vast majority of photos I have used are from 1930 and earlier yearbooks. After contacting several schools over the use of these photos and copyright law, I have been told as long as I'm not profiting from them and have listed the source, I'm in compliance with the law under the guideline of fair use. As of early 2012 and ancestry including yearbooks on their website, the issue of photos and copyright issues would appear to be a mute point. If a family member wishes me to remove any photo I have posted, just let me know.
Most memorials I have added have been to Oakwood & Montlawn. Genealogy is my first love. I enjoy finding the elusive badly transcribed records that help document a family. I think the 1940 Wake census on ancestry may be the worst yet. As of April 2016, I can identify 6100+ individuals in my extended tree that are buried at Oakwood, 4100+ at Montlawn with a total database of 91300+ individuals. Any memorial I add will based on a combination of death, census and Oakwood records. The memorial's and photo's I add are done so with much respect to that individual, their family and the history of North Carolina. The majority of the memorials will be part of my Wake County "Six Degrees of Separation" Tree. Visits to Oakwood in Aug 2012, Aug 2013 & Aug 2015 to take photos.
My findagrave wish list would be a paper scroll symbol to signify there is a paper document which would leave the portrait symbol for actual pictures of people.
I do like to link and if I have not, it is just an oversight on my part. Thanks to all that help with my suggestions/requests and the new edit feature which makes that so much easier now.
My memorials are frequently revisited and updated especially since finding additional records at familysearch.org which ancestry does not have. These records are available to all researchers. Their records include death certificates 1931-1994 and a marriage collection thru 1979. May I respectfully suggest, anyone posting current deaths without a birthdate revisit your memorials and get the birthdate from the social security index which is also available on familysearch.org.
PLEASE refrain from death certficates on my memorials. It should not be necessary in most cases.
If you add an obituary clipping to any of my memorial's, please let me know. It may contain information I do not have.
MAR 2015-I'm now using News Bank to further my research. They have obituaries from the News & Observer starting @ 1991. I have been able to access this online thru my library. Other NC papers are also available.
OCTOBER 2015-This month Family search.org updated one of their NC marriage collection records. You can now view the document & many will include the parents names. These new documents will be invaluable to many researchers.
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|NHMBPsi||Inquiry regarding Joseph Carson Matthews, Jr.|
I hope this e-mail finds you doing well today. I am the National Historian of Mu Beta Psi, National Honorary Musical Fraternity. Our organization was founded by Percy W. Price at NC State in 1925. For the past 90 years, we have sought to advance the placement of music as an educational subject and promote the musical activities on the college campuses where we have a chapter.
I am writing to you today regarding a post that I saw you had made on findagrave.com regarding Joseph Carson Matthews, Jr. Mr. Matthews is believed to be the first National President of our organization, elected in 1929, following his graduating from NC State. My hope is that you might be able to assist me in finding some additional information about his life, including and particularly his life after college. findagrave suggests that he attended graduate school at NC state in the late 50s/early 60s and that he died in September of 2000. However, there does not appear to be much else.
I greatly appreciate any insight or assistance that you might be able to provide. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much in advance for your help and have a great day!
Added by NHMBPsi on Jun 20, 2016 9:58 AM
|Robin||Isabella Gales Hay|
Can you tell me where in Oakwood you found Isabella Gales Hay's grave? I'm the director here, and our records don't show she's here. But sometimes we see that Findagrave folks actually out on the grounds find folks for us! If you could narrow it down that would be much appreciative!
Added by Robin on Jun 06, 2016 11:29 AM
|Linda Ellington||Virginia Ann "Jinnie" Nunnally Alcorn|
Are you related to Virginia Nunnally Alcorn? I have been reading her letters to her brother William. I am the President of the Madison-Mayodan Greys Chapter of the UDC. If you are related would you mind contacting me. Through my regular email address. Thanks so much, Linda
|LostGeneration||Anne Peeden #130299375|
Please remove the headstone picture from this memorial - it is her sister's, not hers. Thanks, LG
|Suzannah McCuen||RE: Charles Solomon|
I added the clipping to his memorial. Let me know if you would rather I removed it.
|Ann||RE: Wesley Whitaker|
Thanks for information, I have not had a chance
to change the information that I added.
These headstones have been mixed up at the
Cemetery. The top headstone does not belong to
the headstone below. This headstone was the wife
of Wesley Whitaker Sr should read:
Sarah (Sally Langley) Whitaker
wife of Wesley Whitaker
Born April 10 1788
Died April 30 1857
Her obituary was in the Christian Advocate Raleigh Newspaper Wednesday May 7, 1857
Wesley Whitaker Sr
died July 6, 1861
His obituary was in the Semi-Weekly Observer.
I will go back and change.
Added by Ann on May 01, 2016 5:01 PM
|Brenda King||Memorial 86275925|
According to James DC, he is buried at the City Cemetery and Maggies states Oakwood, could it be possible that James has headstones ay both and is buried with Maggie. I took pictures of both headstones, but i can't imagine i would go to 2 big cemeteries in one day. Will go and and recheck the City Cemetery when I get the chance. Thanks for bring this to my attention. James and Maggie are my 2 cousins once removed.
|Cindy Hinton||Lou Della Nowell Nowell|
Thank you for contacting me about her parents. I checked further, and her father's name is correct on her death certificate. He is shown as Edward Nowell on the 1860 US census. E. R. P. Nowell married Mary Ann Rhodes. His name was Edward Riley Powell Nowell. I've made a note on Lou Della's memorial about her father's name. I also linked her memorial to her parents' memorials.
|pale saint||entry 65249347|
On this entry, you added a picture of Graham Fulghum. This picture is not a picture of Graham. The record is under my account but I can't delete the picture. would you please look up this acct and delete the picture? This is a picture of his brother James
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Texie Hall|
Thanks friend ... always appreciate everything you do. Happy Easter!!!
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