|Perry A Sloan (#47170667)|
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A Durham, North Carolina native, I've lived in Salt Lake City, Utah since 1974. I've found the Find A Grave web site helpful in researching my family history - mainly 18th Century Scot-Irish immigrants through Pennsylvania down the Great Wagon Road to Virginia and North Carolina.|
I appreciate the work done by others and I'm happy to return the favor by adding content as time permits.
Current work includes cemeteries in Davis, Juab, Salt Lake, and Sanpete Counties, Utah, and Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Durham, Guilford, Orange and Rockingham Counties in North Carolina.
My contributions are intended to support you. If you have additional information you would like added to a memorial, I'll be happy to make the update for you. If the memorial is for one of your family members, I would be pleased to make the transfer to your FindAGrave membership.
In real life, I'm a career airline employee and have enjoyed working with Delta for the past 22 years.
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|Margot||RE: John William Armstrong 44816|
Thank you Perry for adding the names you could, and letting me know about William. You are greatly appreciated. Maargot
Added by Margot on May 13, 2013 9:42 PM
|Mary E. Warner||Joseph Dalton|
Thanks for the speedy linking of Joseph to his parents. I did the biography research on both Simon Cooker Dalton and my (early) cousin, Elnora Lucretia (Warner) Berry and Dalton. This morning I found 5 of Elnora and Simon's children's memorials, and asked for linking. It is sometimes a slow process to see results! So thanks, again.
You might like to see the list of Simon and Elnora's 10 children ... and help me find Memorials for numbers 1, 2, 3, 7, and 10. I believe that if you read from Elnora's memorial #75280768, you will find it easiest to follow.
Whatever else it might be, it is a glimpse into the lives of the earlier families in the Mormon movement westward.
|J. Green||Amanda Whitsett|
Thanks for the input. Chapel Hill is an old African American cemetery and contains several former slaves of the Whitsett family and their descendants. Amanda's father, also buried there, was Albert Whitsett. Apparently the stone was misspelled. I just used Whitsett so it would be easier to search. I added all the Whitsetts for one of their family researchers up in Connecticut. Thanks again.
Added by J. Green on May 12, 2013 4:14 PM
|deegraver||Tommy Lee McCollum|
do you have a better photo?
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