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I love finding where our ancestors came from and where they are laid to rest. Have enjoyed walking through cemeteries since I was a kid, reading the markers and wondering what joys or sorrows each person experienced in their life.|
I welcome any contacts relating to the following families:
The Rogers, Ventis, Lett, Cate(s), Warwick, Irick, Simmons ... all mainly east TN families.
The Cummins and Bishop families from KY (mainly Whitley Co area).
The McAbee's, Camp, Brady, West families from upstate SC and south west North Carolina.
Are you wondering if you can use my pictures on your family tree, ancestry.com tree or website? The answer is yes if you would kindly just add the notation 'photo courtesy of Jillanita through Findagrave.com'.
For me, Findagrave is not about the numbers I have...it is about connecting people with their deceased relatives. Otherwise, many of us would never be able to visit the final resting place of those we may never have met but still love and care about.
If you are requesting a transfer of a relative of yours, please make that request through the memorial.
Don't forget that as long as we keep their memory in our hearts, their names on our lips, we share with others about their life or we share a picture of their final resting place - these things ensure that they were here and their memory will live on.
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|Rose Dunn||James Potts|
Hello Jillanita, My name is Rose this gentleman was my great great grandfather, of whom I never met. I am in search of finding the Potts family which was my mother's side of the family. I happen to come across this and was just overwhelmed with gratefulness. Thank you so very much for taking this picture, it's people like you that bless those who are in search of their loved ones. God Bless you.
|Bob and Jeri Brock||Thomas and Ida Lee Griffith Wall|
Do you have any information regarding their children? She was my great great Aunt. I would like to share family history if you have anything about them. Jeri Chronister Brock
Could you release the Hurdles in the evergreen City cemetery so I may place them with the rest of my family thanks. Lena Hurdle 69747977
|JAMES E.SNYDER||FAG# 71838007|
Please invert the gravemarker photo, it is hard to read upside down.
Thanks for the photo marker. Sid Armstrong was an interesting person at Tabernacle ARP church. He was always well liked by all. His sister RUTH was also a favorite.
|Timothy Wayne Thomas||Johnsie G Farrell ?|
Can you link her parents on her memorial ?
|Teresa D||Elliott Hill Newcombe, Jr|
Thanks for the update to his memorial. Great work and I hope you have a great day. Your work touches so many.
Added by Teresa D on Apr 11, 2014 12:27 PM
Thank you for the transfer! Appreciate your taking the time to record the site
|Teresa D||Elliott Hill Newcombe, Jr (70194762)|
Thank you for accepting the update that I submitted. I wanted to let you know that I'm excited to have that information on his memorial. I was hoping you would consider adding his obituary that I found to his memorial's bio, since it contains such great information about his life and his family took the time to write it all out. Thank you for all the great work you do on findagrave.com. Your work touches so many people whether or not they reach out to say thank you.
Elliott Hill Newcombe Jr. Elliott Hill Newcombe Jr. "Newk", age 72, of Charlotte, died Thursday, December 13, 2007 at Carolinas Medical Center surrounded by his family. Born May 26, 1935 in Charlotte, North Carolina, Elliott was the son of the late Elliott H. Newcombe Sr. and Mary Duke Newcombe. Elliott was born and raised in Charlotte. He was a member of one of the founding classes at Charlotte Country Day School. He later attended Woodberry Forest School and graduated from Darlington School in Rome, Georgia. He earned a degree in Business Administration at Duke University where played football for 4 years, including the Orange Bowl. Elliott later earned an MBA at UNC-Chapel Hill. He was also a member of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity. After school, Elliott served as a Navy Hospital Corpsman, stationed in Charleston, South Carolina. Elliott began his career as a Trust Officer at Wachovia Bank, followed by starting and running several successful businesses, including Custom Security and The Meating Place. His career concluded as President of Atlantic Coast Carton Company after 23 years of service. He was also member of the Charlotte Country Club and one of the founder members of Calvary Church. Elliott was a loving father to four children and grandfather to four grandchildren. He was happily married to his beloved wife, Mary for 14 years. He enjoyed playing golf, quail shooting, tennis, long summer vacations at Litchfield Beach with his family, but most of all sitting around the dining table enjoying great food with his family and friends. Elliott is survived by his wife, Mary Goodnight Newcombe; his children: Elliott Hill Newcombe III and wife Tamara Sue Newcombe, Elizabeth Anne Newcombe, Shelley Newcombe Maske, and David Alexander Newcombe; his grandchildren: Kathryn Courtney Newcombe, Mary Allison Newcombe, Aaron Elliott Maske, Andrew David Maske. He is also survived by his sisters Anne Newcombe Munch and husband Joel of Brevard, NC, Molly Newcombe Roberts and husband Eddie of Siler City, NC. Survivors also include Mary's three sons, their wives and her eleven grandchildren with whom Elliott enjoyed spending time. He was preceded in death by his sister, Nancy Newcombe Hasty. The family would like to thank the supportive and generous nursing staff of the 6 Tower at Carolinas Medical Center and the attending staff of the Sanger Clinic, especially Paul G. Colavita, MD, Theodore A. Frank, MD, Geoffrey A. Rose, MD, and dear family friend Christine Worthy, NP. A memorial service will be held at 11 AM on Tuesday, December 18, 2007 at Harry & Bryant Company "Chapel in the Oaks". The family will receive friends following the service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made in Elliott 's memory to the charity of their choice. Harry & Bryant Company of Charlotte is serving the family.
Charlotte Observer, The (NC) - Saturday, December 15, 2007
Added by Teresa D on Mar 20, 2014 11:54 AM
|Jane M. Howard||SACs|
Are you active on Find A Grave? I have sent numerous corrections that are months old.
If you are requesting a photo I will make it for you but you need to contact the Cemetery and get the Section# & Plot#
Added by Toolman on Jul 24, 2013 6:05 PM
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