|Roger Hollingsworth (#47422840)|
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|I became interested in genealogy about ten years ago. My parents and grandparents passed away many years earlier, and I missed the opportunity of talking to them about family questions I have now. Searching and visiting cemeteries where my ancestors are buried have given me an insight into my family history. Finding these cemeteries was very difficult and required a lot of research; however, I now have a sight, "Find A Grave," where these graves can be recorded for future reference.|
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|Mary Ann Loss||Edits|
Hi, I'm hoping that you are able to process your edits (that new edit tab we all have now). I am trying to get Raleigh National Cemetery in good shape for Memorial Day and have sent you at least one edit. Thanks, MA
On the 1870 Census, Thomas is listed as 10 years old. In the 1880 Census he is listed as 21. Either the date on this marker is incorrect or this is not the Thomas Rogers s/o James B. and Elizabeth Snavely. I will continue to hunt for more documents that can clear this up. Thanks!
Added by wem on Feb 04, 2014 8:33 PM
|dave rogers||boling rogers|
I see you have left a short bio on Boling Rogers in Find a Grave. I am interested in where you located this record. This person is my ggggrandfather so I am very interested.
|CarolM||RE: Lucille Dozie|
You are most welcome. Carol
Added by CarolM on Oct 18, 2011 8:58 AM
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