|Angel Staley Smith (#47068938)|
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I have lived in Randolph County, NC all my life and my family has lived in this area for over 200 years. |
I love genealogy, history, and visiting cemeteries.
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|Judy Llamas||Gwyn photos|
I photographed two other Gwyn gravestones which were next to Perry and Marie.
|Stephen Kirby||RE: Catherine Cowper Weisiger|
Thanks Angel for your assistance with Catherine Cowper Weisiger. She's my 4th great grandmother, and I had been searching for her a long time. Her 1st husband Charles Erambert was born ~1793, and died in Richmond, VA in 1829. I have not located his grave yet.
The Lieut. Charles H. Erambert you mentioned was born May 15 1832 (according to Civil War documents). I'm not sure when he died, sometime after 1910. He is the son of Edward J. and Melvina (Anderson) Erambert of Farmville, VA.
|Norma Faller||RE: Lizzie Worth info|
were you logged in? If you weren't, the system will not allow you to make changes. :)
sending you an email
Added by Troutman on Apr 25, 2012 11:30 AM
|Troutman||Thomas G Coley, Mem# 57109192|
Are you a direct relation to Thomas Glenn Coley, son of Carlos Nathaniel Coley?
Added by Troutman on Apr 25, 2012 8:51 AM
|Tammy York Orman & Timothy||Sandy Creek Baptist Church Cemetery|
Thank you so very much for the photo of Thomas York. Thanks for all your hard work and time.
|KC Louthan||RE: Mary Craven grave photo|
Yes, go ahead and do the photo if you want.
|Ann Ono Mouse||Bean/Beane|
I was entering a new submission to Giles Chapel and noticed some Bean / Beane there... Are you of relation?
I am looking for the confimation of one of my great great grandmothers of the Bean family...
Any information would be of great help!
|AngloFreek||A Big "Thank You" to Angel!|
Thanks you so much for taking the time and making the effort to photograph the markers for my great aunt and uncle, Herbert and Carrie Edwards, at Asheboro City Cemetery. It was very king of you. My family lived many generations in Randolph NC, and later Moore/Lee NC. I wish I were closer to NC so I could see the places in person.
|Diane B||Martha York|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Martha York's headstone.
Added by Diane B on Aug 10, 2009 12:23 PM
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