|Andrina S Womack (#47094428)|
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Compiler of David Williams of Saint Mark's Parish South Carolina. The Burch from Burchwood, Lynkinshire. I only consider myself a compiler as a lot of different people sent me their research. Mind you I did double check and did research of my own and sometimes my research differed from theirs'. Case in point I put in a request to photograph a tombstone and it turns out she was in a totally different cemetery and the dates of birth and death were totally different from what everybody else said.|
Currently working on the Blackwell's. It's very important to double check on facts. I've had people totally forget to tell me about a brother or sister who died when they were small and they didn't make it into the book. In a lot of cases I found the child and they will make it into the next book.
Also don't forget just because you found an obit doesn't mean that everybody else didn't find the obit. Don't forget that people mess up obits and names on the coffin. I've seen it happen, even to my own cousin. Don't forget that obits are valuable pieces of information. World War Registration cards are full of valuable information. Birth certificates can have the wrong info on them as in point of case my mother's has her step-mother/aunt as her mother because her mother was living in 1910 but not in 1920 and social security would not accept her mother as being dead and her aunt marrying her father the year before the next census.
Misspelling of names is a fact of life. People being upset thinking you shouldn't use obits and newspaper articles. Where do you think genealogy societies tell you to look for info?
I believe in advertising for relatives. Even if I turn out to be wrong in the person I'm looking for it doesn't mean that I'm not right. If you don't look you will never find. Case in point, I just found one lady that was consistently in the census as male. If I hadn't of found her death certificate by accident I would never have known about her.
I've had people tell me that the whole cemetery is listed and yet when you drive by a gravestone and it's not in the cemeteries records keep in mind somebody might have just misfiled it or in several cases misspelled it.
Have researched families for over 30 years. Will do research for fee.
Please add memorial number when you email me so I can find it easier.
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|Robert Thompson||RE: Chris John McClary 78177|
I am not related. I have made the link to the Father (104370049) in the child's memorial page EDIT tab
|RobMinteer57||Sue Cramer Heacox|
She was a first cousin of my great-great grandmother Sarah Cramer Thomas. There were never any children listed in any of the censuses from 1910 through 1940, so they must have adopted after 1940 when they were in their 50s, which I guess is not unheard of. I'll be working my way back through all my families over the coming months and/or years, so will eventually send you Bios to add.
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Malinda Cain Williams|
I am not relayed to Malinda Cain Williams.
|Lesa Pfrommer||RE: Burch Ingram family|
I'm not related, just photographing the older parts of Loma Vista Memorial Park.
|In Memory Of||RE: William Bernette Burch|
Audrina, here is additional information on this family: All are "white" in records; Claire Burch 1922-1999 is Lena Claire Burch; Lena's obituary confirms her two brothers Joe S and Selby; Selby Rhodes Burch 1929-2014 is buried in Winter Garden Cemetary. You have Lena Claire Burch and Joe Story Burch in the African-American Cemetery with William Bernette and Kate Agnes Story. As I mentioned, all records indicate "white." Hope this helps.
|In Memory Of||RE: William Bernette Burch|
Hi, Andrina! Thanks for the quick response. Well, I didn't even notice this was an African American cemetery. The William Bernette Burch married to Kate Agnes Story is white in all information I have, as are the children. I know how difficult "record-keeping" can be. Hope this helps.
|Manda C||Gilder Cemetery|
I'm in Montgomery, AL and stopped by the cemetery to do the photo requests for it. There are only 5 memorials listed, but many more people than that. The grave you had requested is in bad shape. I'll have to take my husband back to see if we can get the top back in place.
I've only done a brief search, but it looks to me that this cemetery hasn't been surveyed. Hopefully, I'll be able to get that done one day in the future.
Added by Manda C on May 28, 2016 4:58 PM
|clyde fluitt||RE: Samuel McGill Fluitt|
I was assured in 1968, by relatives, that neither he nor his brother ever married.
I would be very willing to look at your information, though.
Thank you for your work and time.
|Kyle Bales||RE: Oscar Kaufmann Wyatt|
Please give me the name and memorial number you are referring to in your request.
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, Kyle Bales
I just seen where you were researching Blackwell Family. I'm also researching them at the moment. I have a good bit of info on them that I would be glad to share!
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