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Harriet Creswell (#47476927)
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I started researching my family about two years ago. I found that I am related to almost everyone in Long Cane ARP Church Cemetery and to many in Cedar Springs ARP Church Cemetery. The main names in my family are Creswell, Tuck (from Virginia), Wilson, Dansby, and Mize.
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Linda Harwell
Creswell Genealogy
If you are researching the Creswell line, please contact me @

Linda Feagin Harwell
Grand Saline, Texas
Added by Linda Harwell on Aug 31, 2014 11:36 AM
RE: Joe Creswell at Buffalo Baptist Church
I have deleted the picture and will do my best to get the right picture for him ASAP.
Added by TobyTovar on Apr 27, 2014 5:45 PM
RE: Joe Creswell at Buffalo Baptist Church
Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I will look at it right away.
Added by TobyTovar on Apr 27, 2014 5:39 PM
H. C. Ouzts
Joseph Samuel (Joe) Creswell
I received your suggestion below. Please be advised that I did not add the photo. You will need to ask TobyTovar to remove it.


Find A Grave contributor Harriet Creswell has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Joseph Creswell.
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Wrong picture of marker
Added by H. C. Ouzts on Apr 23, 2014 10:35 AM
McKenzie's in South Carolina
Dear Harriet,
I was able to locate the graves for Joe and Sara but not the rest of who you requested. Of note is the fact that some years ago vandals burned all the wooden grave markers and removed an unknown number of headstones. Given the dates of death for all of your folks this could be an explanation. I photographed all the other McKenzie's I could find as well as the one Oglesby grave. I will be creating memorials for these folks as I get time. Hope this helps.
Added by Robbie331 on Mar 10, 2014 11:20 PM
Kevin McCulloch
RE: Martin baby
Yes, I am a distant cousin. Maria Ann (Morris) Martin's mother was Margaret (McCulloch) Morris and she was a sister to my 3rd great-grandfather. Thank you, Kevin McCulloch
Added by Kevin McCulloch on Sep 02, 2013 4:50 PM
Kitty Walker Lennard
charles l tuck
I have transferred this memorial to You. I have several more Tuck's at broken Arrow and Hall . Are these part of this family?

Added by Kitty Walker Lennard on Aug 09, 2013 7:59 AM
Greer Mullins
RE: Thanks
You're Welcome. . .I live right around the corner from Beaver Creek (well one street over). I'm just sorry it took so long to get them put up for you. Glad I could do this for you though, Enjoy.
Gregory Mullins
Added by Greer Mullins on Jul 10, 2013 8:46 AM
Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo
Margaret Gibson Leard/Laird

I have changed the bio for Margaret to reflect why her death is based on February 27, 1767. It actually should read after February 27, 1767. I have not found a way to enter "after" in the date area but I have explained the date in her bio. If you still think this is a problem, let me know what you think should change. Thanks!
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Margaret Gibson was born 1731 in County Down, Northern Ireland. She married Samuel Leard/Laird 1759 in County Down, Northern Ireland. Margaret emigrated from Ireland with her husband and family landing at the port of Charleston, Charleston Co., South Carolina aboard The Earl of Hillsborough, February 19, 1767.

Her husband Samuel was granted 300 acres of bounty land on February 27, 1767 based on the following: Samuel Laird 100 acre base + 50 for wife Margaret + 50 for young son John + 50 for young daughter Mary + 50 for young son Samuel = 300 acres. These numbers were based on the list of passengers arriving on the Earl of Hillsborough on the 19th of February, 1767.

Margaret died sometime after February 27, 1767 in Cedar Springs, Abbeville Co., South Carolina.
Added by Mary Jane Hobbs Pattillo on May 23, 2013 1:52 PM
Thank you kindly for your response. I know those old graves are deteriorating so much. Wish they had Granite back in the 1700's - early 1800's!

Added by Debra on Mar 26, 2013 1:04 PM
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