|C. R. Lane (#46928647)|
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|I am a researcher of these families: Roberts, Daniel, McCormick,Harlow, Moore, Lane, McCulloch, Kitchens, Wade, Webb, Denton and Neal. Most of these families have roots in Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama and Virginia.|
I have added the burial places, photos and information to try to help others researching their family heritage. I will be glad to remove or edit any information in which you may find errors. Any information you might contribute to the memorials I have posted would be welcomed.
I believe that each life was important and should be remembered and treated with respect and dignity.
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Bonnie Goodman, Brenda White Br..., Don Roberts, Douglas Wayne W..., Faded Genes, FHTerry, Gene Hill, Joseph T. Richa..., Larry Brown, STerrell, WSalmond
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|Florene Forrester Kunder||RE: Florida & Isham Roberts|
My mother used to tell me about her "city cousins" and her "country cousins", and when I began her genealogy a few years ago, I realized she had an unlimited line of cousins. Glad to know a new paternal cousin!
There are many trees showing Sophronia, with the DOD of 1901… nothing more. I did see one showing Austinville as the place, but did not pursue to see if it could be validated.
I'm in the process of moving from Sacramento, CA (my home since 1957) to Olympia, WA, to be near my daughter. My time working with genealogy is going to be limited>none for a while. If you wish, we can communicate via personal emails, or we can continue with the status quo until I get settled and back to a normal routine.
I'll be in Olympia by the end of March, and will retain my same
email of firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florene Forrester Kunder
|MsMarion||William H. Nance|
The Mississippi marriage records for White and Colored were kept in separate books for a long time, varies from county to county, but usually up until 1900 or so.
I imagine the marriage record on Ancestry.com was marked Colored by the person who transcribed it, but that does not mean it is correct. You might want to request a copy from the county, or look on the Family Search site to see if they have scanned the book.
Some counties have the old books right where you can see them, others have put their old books away and have typed transcriptions out on the tables.
Added by MsMarion on Feb 07, 2014 9:30 PM
Many thanks again for the transfer! We really appreciate it and all you do for Find A Grave. Keep up the great work! MS
You're very welcome. Feel free to use the photo. I'm glad I could help. Cindy
Added by Cimfia on Jan 30, 2014 7:49 AM
|Vonnie Cantrell||RE: Hezekiah Love|
Thank you so much! The memorial is a perfect example of the very best use of Find a Grave and I greatly appreciate your willingness to "spread the wealth" of information available.
Some proffer that the role of Find a Grave is strictly a location of burial place and bemoan the fact that people use it as "a cheap family tree". While they are entitled to their opinion, many others recognize the true value of the site.
Jim Tipton, Find A Grave Founder, may not have realized the genius behind his site. I love the happenstance wherein someone has a wonderful idea and then others - sometimes complete strangers - add to it until it explodes exponentially into brilliance.
Thank you for letting me know the connection with Zaccheus Roberts. I was familiar with Zaccheus Roberts, because he married Nancy Brashears. Nancy's father and her brother, Samuel, both fought at King's Mountain. The creators of their memorials had included the information in their bios.
I find it absolutely amazing that 233 years after this battle, we, descendants of the Patriots who fought there, are corresponding. Our ancestors knew each other and came together to accomplish a goal that has become one of the most important in the events of mankind.
|Rita Gillespie-Stein||J.D. Thomas Gillespie|
Thanks for entering my uncle's info. His full name was James Dice Thomas Gillespie. Could you please add his mother and father's Find-a-Grave links:
Dad - 39812869
Mom - 39812645
|Tanya Tucker Wallace||RE: Tucker|
Thank you for all that you do =)
|Kenneth Blagburn||Link With Parent|
Please link this Memorial# 52496615 with his parents: Mother Memorial# 28954780 Father Memorial# 28954804.
|Jack Johnson||RE: Henry Marion Rainey|
Yes, you have my permission to use the picture.
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Willie M. Williams Womack 1900-1926|
I noticed on Find A Grave that there are two entries for the above person (my 3rd cousin 2 times removed). The other one is #36283997 in Womack Cemetery, Warren County, TN. Thought if you were related you might want to follow through and figure out which one is correct and get the other one removed. I don't have enough information on her to know for sure. Thanks...Robie email@example.com
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