|Michelle Rhea (#46904350)|
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Love research, cemeteries, photography, genealogy (and many other non-findagrave related things). |
I am happy to make corrections, add info, make family links, if you request them. I will also gladly transfer memorials to you if you are more closely related than I am to the person in question. In addition, anyone is free to use the photos I post here in their family trees, just please either post a link to the website you find them on and/or list me as the photographer and copyright holder. Thank you!
My maternal lines: Grigsby, Allen, Landers, Boase, Kimmel, Bates, Fuller, Shipman, Farris, Fetter, McCollum, Hortenstine, Cox, Fraim...
My paternal lines: Rhea, Miller, Fannin, Clement, Patterson, Chaney, Barnett, Knight, Shelton, Partain, Doak, McGee, McCullar, Skaggs...
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|eleanor edmondson||Laughlin Fannin #51569049|
I have found enough records in VA, NC, and GA plus the NC State Archives to determine that Laughlin may be related to Middleton Fannin, but they are NOT father and son.
This is based on the fact that Middleton never lived in Mecklenburg Co. VA and Laughlin never lived in Caswell Co. NC. The only place that they both lived in was GA. However, I have discovered a RW soldier named Hezekiah Fannin who lived in Caswell Co. and moved to GA whom I now believe is the true father of Middleton.
Also, I seriously doubt that Middleton ever served in the RW being born in 1765. He was only 10 when the RW began.
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|Judy Tanner||Henry C. Rehkopf (1835-1903)|
Would you please link Henry C. Rehkopf (44854226) with his wife and parents? His wife was Lena Caroline Mueller Rehkopf (44854279); his father was Christian Henry Rehkopf (44853539) and his mother was Caroline Rehkopf (46743953). Thank you so much for connecting the memorials for this family.
|Larry Morrison, Sr.||Isaac W Bates Sr (Jun 1848 - 18 Apr 1925)|
Hello: Am working on the Bates family in conjunction with my 5th Cousin, 1X removed; one Robert Polk "Bob" Landrum (1885 - 1958). Isaac W Bates, Senior is believed to be the father in law of Mr. Landrum. This will respectfully request use of the death certificate posted on the memorial to Mr. Bates. Have a penchant for details & to the utmost to ensure accuracy & assistance for any future researchers. All the best, Larry Morrison of Maumelle, Arkansas.
|mick williams||RE: Manuel and Cruz Couturier|
hi! wish I could've been more successful, but my guess is that his grave IS the one near Cruz's that is unmarked. I will be adding those pictures this evening on her page. Thanks!
|adeana patterson||# 16554018|
# 16554018 BY CHANCE ARE YOU RELATED AND IF SO DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT HER DAUGHTER LILY EFFIE THAT MARRIED A THOMPSON?
|Creamola||James Edwin Patterson memorial|
Thank you for the transfer. I have the DC for James Monroe, my great great grandfather. My Pattersons came from Pike County, Alabama in the 1880's. Most of them are buried in Woodside Cemetery. Thanks again!
Added by Creamola on Jun 19, 2015 4:54 PM
|Creamola||James Edwin Patterson memorial|
This is my grandfather's brother, my great uncle. If I am more closely related, would you please transfer the memorial to me? Memorial number 13516749
Added by Creamola on Jun 19, 2015 11:18 AM
|Christopher||Thanks for the Death Certificate Info|
I understand that some folks, with good reason, might not want death certificate information posted. But I wanted to thank you for posting the certificate for Francis M. Gage I with helping my Mom do some exploration of family history and I found this info you posted along the way of research. The information it contains is gold for us!
|Penny Price DeVries||Lucy Patterson|
I am related to Lucy. Her mother, Cora Price, was my great-aunt, sister of my grandfather. Lucy's story is a tragic one and I'm wondering how Lucy came to be in Hebbronville. If you have any information would you share? Is her grave marked with a stone? Hope to hear from you, Penny
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser||Memorial # 6624747|
Please remove the death certificate you placed on my great uncles memorial. ALL the info is already on the memorial, we do not need the d/c. I do not want the word "insanity" on a tribute memorial. Thank you
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