I hope that what I submit to the findagrave database will be of help to Genealogists. Transcribed cemeteries lack everything but the names and dates, usually. It's a good starting point, however. I try to include as many details as I can in the records, using whatever resources are available. Just the facts, if you will. I'm of Scottish descent (and YES, I do own a kilt and wear it when occasions warrant it), so it is of particular interest to me when I find early Scottish settlers here in South Carolina. Many stones will tell a saga of the Scots leaving their ancestral homes (known as "The Clearances" in some instances)to make a home here, in America. It's quite fascinating to read the stories written in stone. I'm also a fan of DNA testing. I belong to Hapolgroup l1a. I suggest FamilyTreeDNA. If I've recorded faulty information about, or you have information regarding, any names that I've added to the Findagrave database, then please email me. Put "Findagrave" in the subject area of the email, or I'll delete it as junk mail. I'm not a Find-a-grave elitist, but I do believe that any new information should be backed up with proof: Obits. Photographs. A scan of a page from the family bible. Whatever. Accuracy is important.
Finally, I work for a living. I'm not a retiree with oodles of free time on my hands. I tend to emails and requests as soon as I can, but sometimes commitments and familial obligations keep me from being Johnny-on-the-spot. Please be patient.
Lois P. Berzley Thank you for your time and efforts to take photos and post them to Find A Grave for us! I appreciate you!
On Find A Grave # 12847133 you have Harold William Berzley His wife Lois P. Berzley (Maiden name is Plyler). Could you give her a number and also put a connection on both memorials so both spouses are seen? I have all info for both but others who are hunting may not know all info, so anything you can do to help with this would be great!
lewis s spears I am new to this. I find this totally amazing. Lewis spears was my grandfather. My mom, was 5 years old, when he died. Family history, is so important. I want others to know, as well. He may have had a whole other family in Columbia! Little rascal !
David W Reynolds Would you be so kind to consider transferring David W Reynolds to my care. I have been on ancestry and found that he is my 2nd cousin 1x removed. David W Reynolds memorial # is 17197215. I want to save this for my Grand kids. My dad was also in WW2. He is now 95 years old but blind and some dementia. Thanks you!
David W Reynolds Your 2nd cousin 1x removed Birth 19 December 1921 in Lugoff, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA Death 8 October 1944 in Germany
Higgins-Porter Family Cemetery Good morning, I would appreciate it very much if you would transfer the burials you maintain at this small cemetery in Kershaw County to me. This is my family cemetery and those interred there are all my close relatives. I am the family member who plants the flowers, had the stones cleaned and checks on maintenance. I would like to be able to easily make corrections and add information to their pages too. Thanks you for all you do. Higgins-Porter: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GScid=71078&GRid=44506142&CRid=71078&
Ruth E Fowler HAll hi this is my mother obit could you possible update her grave thing I'm her daughter Debbie thanks
MRS. RUTH HALL May 24, 1929 - May 29, 2007 ANDERSON,SC Mrs. Ruth Elizabeth Fowler Hall, age 78, wife of Clarence H. Hall of 215 Vandiver Street, Anderson, SC, died Tuesday, May 29, 2007 at Ellenburg Nursing Center.Born in Anderson, SC on May 24, 1929, Mrs. Hall was a daughter of the late James William Fowler and Addie Gillespie Fowler. She was retired from textiles and had worked in child-care. She was a member of Southside Baptist Church where she was also a day care employee.Survivors include her husband, Clarence H. Hall of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Martha) Smith of Williamston, SC and Mrs. Eugene (Debbie) Rogers of Anderson; brother, Reverend Warren E. Fowler of Gaffney; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, C. Hayward Hall; three brothers, William A. Dobson, Jr., Reverend Olin Dobson and Reverend William Fowler; two sisters, Lula McCollum and Pauline Ivester.The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, May 31, 2007 at 4:00 pm at Southside Baptist Church with the Reverend Phil McAlister officiating. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Anderson.The family will receive friends at The McDougald Funeral Home on Wednesday, May 30, 2007 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Mrs. Hall will be placed in the church at 3:00 pm on Thursday.