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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,researching the surnames Carver, Gill, John Davis d Aug 1829, Dunn, High, Horn, Moring,and Taylor maternal line
Surnames in Rockingham and Caswell Co Alcorn AKA Alcon,Betts,Fitzgerald,Mills,Nunnally,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.
I'm trying to add more records at Oakwood & Montlawn, however genealogy is my first love. As of April 2013 I can identify 3500+ individuals in my extended tree that are buried at Oakwood, 980+ at Montlawn and with a total database of 53500+. 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. I try to link memorials or add other details that may be useful to someone's research. The majority of the memorials will be part of my Wake County "Six Degrees of Separation" Tree. In a visit to Oakwood in Aug 2012, I took almost 700 photos in the time alloted.
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 try not to be overly anal about links and such because I know that is not all findagravers motivation. Thanks to all that help with my suggestions/requests.
NC researchers there are records on the familysearch.org website which ancestry does not have. They have more marriage records and a death collection record 1931-1994 which which will have burial information and parents. It is free and I find it very user friendly.
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|deegraver||John Benjamin Bray|
thank you so much for the info and links to his parents.
|Brad||Jeter / Swifts|
Thank you for the links & additional information. All those memorials have been updated.
Added by Brad on May 13, 2013 10:38 AM
Thanks for the correction on Mollie's parents. I did have Bradshaw listed as her maiden name. I added James Monroe & Sallie Scott Bradshaw to her parent links. Peggy
Added by ppdavis on May 13, 2013 10:02 AM
I have Unknown on his wife's burial place and on his on the Note, I have that I am not sure he is buried here.
I couldn't find a death cert. for either of them.
Thanks SO much!
Added by MSL on May 06, 2013 3:56 PM
|Catherine Wedge||James Dunn Hufham|
Thank you for uploading the photo of James Dunn Hufham. He was my 2nd great-grandfather, He is buried next to his wife, Marianna Faison Hufham, in Scotland Neck, NC, as you know.
Did you know he was the editor and publisher of the Biblical Recorder during the Civil War years?
He was also the recording and corresponding secretary of the Southern Baptist Convention for many years.
I assume you are somehow related to him if your line includes the Dunns. There is much out there on Dr. J.D. Hufham if you Google his name.
Would love to hear from you.
|Sandra Fisher||Photo of James Appleby|
Thanks for adding photo. It's not bad, you did a good job of getting him out from others on page. Also linked Elizabeth Appleby to her parents. Thank you for all you do for Find A Grave. God Bless.
|Sandra Fisher||Rev James Mourning Appleby|
Hello, Do you by any chance have a photo of James Mourning Appleby who graduated from Davidson College, Davidson NC in 1924 in your NC Yearbooks? I added him in Oak Grove Cemetery, Maxton, NC today. If you do have photo would you be so kind as to add it to his memorial on Find A Grave.
|Susan Wiley||Dinwiddie Family|
Hi. You have listed part of the family of James Dinwiddie and Bettie Morton Carrington Dinwiddie. That was her birth name. She did not have Elizabeth as a first name. They had 10 children not 5. Bettie was my great-grandmother. Bettie and James Dinwiddie had a daughter, Bettie Carrington Dinwiddie who married Benjamin Wesley Kilgore and they are also buried in Oakwood with their 3 children. Many other descendants are also buried in Oakwood. I hope you will help me bring my family up to date. You can contact me directly. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Linda Frances Gupton Beddard||Family|
I am the daughter of Forest and Dixie Gupton. My name is Frances Gupton. I hope you remember me. Your mom always said I was her name sake. Looking forward to hearing back from you.
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