|Louzina Spoon (#46851531)|
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I was born and reared in the Pittsboro, Middle Twp. area and still am residing here. I have a great family for which I am proud to be a part of. Have searched many years for my ancestors, my husband's and many extended family members and their history.|
When I find a picture or am given a picture to place with a name, it's like getting a piece of a gold mine, so to speak.
I like to add my ancestors and connected ancestors to Find A Grave, so they won't be forgotten. And too, I hope that some of my younger family members will get the urge to further search, and break down some of my "brick walls". This will give them a beginning searching tool. This is why I like to add family members and etc to my memorials, instead of just posting the birth and death dates, which too are very important.
I thank and appreciate Find A Grave, for letting me do so. Also appreciate all the pictures placed on my memorials, the leads given and the links to family members. Last, but not least, I appreciate and give thanks to all those wonderful people who have restored stones and cemeteries.
So in closing, I do thank all that have aided me in my search.
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|Gregory Smith||Scott Family|
Yes, My wife (Virginia) is Cecil Scott's Grandaughter. Her father was Earl J. Scott
|Gregory Smith||Family Link|
We saw the picture stating mother standing and Aunt Cordie sitting. The Aunt Cordie in this picture is my wife's Great Aunt. We are trying to figure out who your mother is and relationship to yourself.
Greg and Virginia (Scott) Smith
New Carlisle, IN
|Cordelia Brown||Catherine Euliss/Daniel Spoon|
I have Catherine Euliss and Daniel Spoon as my third great grandmother and grandfather, through Elizabeth Catherine Spoon/David Hadley Pickett. Just noted your name and your message on the gravestone of Barbara Euliss, and don't think I have all that branch quite straight. Here in Greensboro, NC today. Heading over to Mt. Zion Baptist Church to look at gravestones. Thanks for your post and looking forward to coordinating more! Bob Brown
Hello. I research the Mathew Merritt 1758 and descendent families.
I believe there is a familial connection between Mathew Merritt and Moses Merritt 1768.
Do you have any information on his PA birth location or his parents...either proven or hearsay??
Added by kmn on Dec 26, 2013 5:26 AM
|Mona Gay||Mitchell Vaughn parents|
Louzina, I manage the info for the parents of Mitchell Vaughn (112562804). Mitchell is my grandmother's (Mona Harlan Griffith) sister. Their parents are Jacob Harlan (64629810) and Ruth Boswell Harlan (64630090). You can use this info to update Aunt Mitchell's records. :-)
Mona Griffith Stanbrough
Added by Mona Gay on Dec 24, 2013 10:16 AM
|J.Sullivan||RE: Clayton Parrish|
Still have not found out anything, but hopefully will get a chance to work on it again next week. I'm determined to find his grave if I can.
Posted her gravestone photo today.
Added by R.Holly on Oct 16, 2013 7:26 PM
|Virginia's of Saint Clair County||Latta Transfer|
Thank you kindly for transfer of my GGF.
|Virginia's of Saint Clair County||Transfer of Gertrude|
Appreciate the transfer of GGM Gertrude Latta. You have done a great job creating your memorials.
|MAC||Adolphus "Doc" Carney|
Many thanks for that message about Doc and Dolly. It was good of you to say such nice things about them. The story of the accident has always been one of the great tragedys of my family. My father, Orval Carney, spoke often of his little brother Moses. I think he must have loved Moses very much. Before we left Indiana
my father took us to visit Grangpa and Grandma's graves at Mount Union Cemetery south of Lebanon, but he couldn't find Moses. I hope to visit the area soon as I have family still around Lebanon. If I do I will go to the cemetery and see what I can find out.
Added by MAC on Apr 28, 2013 7:47 AM
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