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Thank you so very much to any contributor that adds information, corrections, etc to any of the memorials we manage or create.|
PLEASE make ALL corrections and transfer requests via the edit tab on the memorial.
Please understand that we will NOT link to a Burial Unknown. We gladly will link when the actual grave site is located.
Per the Find A Grave guidelines Find a Grave's mission is to find, record and present final disposition information from around the world as a virtual cemetery experience.
Memorial contributions to Find A Grave should fulfill that mission - registration of the final disposition.
Location of body unknown should only be used for recent deaths where the disposition is not yet known. Final disposition should be determined and updated within 30 days. Using "Non-Cemetery Burial" for those that died during a battle/war is the same as a Burial Unknown unless you have information on the final actual disposition of the body and include that information on the memorial.
Per Find A Grave guidelines memorials should never be made until you know where an individual is buried or what the actual disposition of the body was. Find A Grave isn't a genealogy site for linking all known members of a family together. It's a place where people can come to FIND a GRAVE. So creating memorials that don't accomplish that goal really kind of defeats the purpose of the site.
We are photo volunteers. When we take a photo of a final resting place we do so out of a sense of caring and gratitude to those who have gone before us. When we create a memorial for an individual it is to pay homage to the life of that person. There is no disrespect intended.
We have a difficult time getting to those cemeteries where our loved ones are buried. We find great comfort in at least being able to visit those we love and cherish even if it is virtual on the internet. We hope to be able to provide the same to others.
If any of our memorials offend or simply cause you discomfort or disquiet (everyone grieves and believes differently), please contact us.
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We have a fairly liberal transfer policy. We just ask that if you can no longer maintain the memorial that you send it back or transfer to someone who has the time.
We work hard to be as accurate as possible, but we are only human. If you see and error, a duplicate, etc. please send us a friendly note and we will get it taken care of as quickly as possible. Please keep in mind that life can get in the way sometimes and it may take a while to take care of an issue. Feel free to message us again if you think we may have missed it or it was lost.
If you would like originals of any of the photos we have posted here at Find A Grave please email us and let us know. If we have them and can find them we would be happy to share.
Copyright © 2011 by Tammy R. All rights reserved. Photographs submitted by R&R (#47642534) may be used solely for personal, informational, and internal purposes. The photographs may not be sold, traded or used for gain or profit in any way OR for any purpose.
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|Sandi Danielle||RE: Charles H Hunter|
Yeah, be Very Careful entering grounds with a lot of over-brush as another graver, and her daughter were both covered in poison ivy and chiggers when they did that! Ugh ;'-(
Blessings, Sandi :-)
|Sandi Danielle||RE: Charles H Hunter|
I only provide Census info for verification of what was said about the person because I've recommended a correction; Not to have someone copy the page word for word. :-)
Also the attached document is Charles' own Testimony. He clearly knew when he was born, but obviously the person providing Death Certificate information did Not. I doubt that Find A Grave will find cause to have the document removed. Why would they when it violates nothing? It's almost as though Charles has provided his very own History from the grave, and it should not be ignored because it's a factual piece of family history.
You made a comment in the Memorial that Charles said he was born in 1877. Where did he say that? Perhaps that is a typo? :-)
Thanks for all of your efforts on Charles' behalf.
Blessings, Sandi :-)
|Bill Park||Mary Day / George Day|
I have attempted to locate the graves of Mary and George Day, however, I was unable.
Can you please provide additional information about Mary and George - perhaps middle names and/or initials, dates of birth and/or death, etc.? With this, I will attempt another search.
|This Is Who We Are: One Big Family||RE: FYI - Find A Grave policies|
I understand. But there are a lot of others who do the same. And if I post an obit it is because I have the original. As far burials unknown there is a published on my family and they have listed them unknown or about where they are buried. If they died in the 1800's we both know they were buried somewhere. Forgive me for venting but I have seen others do the same and I don't want any of my deceased family members to be for gotten. Thank you for your message.
|Old Southern Belle||Aline Austin|
Thank you for the transfer. It is appreciated. I noticed your DUPS virtual cemeteries. I started doing that about 4 yrs ago. Got almost 500 found in a year. When I tried to get them removed, I got no response, so I deleted them. A lot of work for nothing. Hope you have better luck.
thank you for the suggestion, I will see what I can find. I KNOW THIS... HIS FAMILY WASNT FROM THIS AREA,
THANK YOU SO MUCG
Greetings: Per your question regarding my information to you on the Rummel memories. I do extensive work at Grace Hill Cemetery, from taking photos, to cleaning debris off graves, and correcting information for the city records. There has been revisions on the some of the numbering system of the maps. I personally went to Grace Hill today, to verify the Rummel info and took a group photo for you, which I can't post here. I will sent it to your personal email if you choose. So per city records Map 1, Block 50, Section 1:
Lot 5: Rummel, Ben - Lot 6:Rummel, Lizzie Dora- Lot 7: Rummel, Harry W- Lot 8: Johnson, Edward.
Thus you are correct Lot 5-7 are the Rummel's. Mr Johnson is in Lot 8. His Find A Grave # 127578421. Please feel free to send me your personal email for the group photo.
|jrosetex||RE: Jefferson Davis Allgood|
My mother, who just passed away Feb 21, 2015, was the only child of Evelyn Madell Allgood, the youngest daughter of JD and Sallie. I have a picture of Clemmie, Johnnie, and my mother (Joyce Melba Dixon Rose) with their Uncle John and Aunt Annie Allgood on John's 95 birthday. I suspect that JD just started using the name Jefferson and never legally changed it. But I am quite confident that his given name at birth was Joseph D. I have copies of the original probate records and also have transcribed them to make them easier to read if you are interested. Let me know and I will invite you to view my tree.
Jim Rose firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by jrosetex on Mar 01, 2015 6:25 PM
|jrosetex||Jefferson Davis Allgood|
#17848249 should be Joseph D. Allgood. JD was only 3 1/2 months old when his father, Miles Pierce Allgood (my g-g-grandfather) died while serving in the Confederate Army. Miles' father, DeForrest Allgood was Administrator of his estate and in papers filed with the Probate Court, JD was listed each time as Joseph D. I have always assumed that the D stood for DeForrest but have not been able to prove this. In the 1870 census he was JD, 1880 - Jay D, 1900 - JD. In the late 1870's the family moved to Arkansas and by 1880 he was living with his mother's new husband, Thomas Sumpter, in Johnson County, Texas. He married "Mrs. S J. Holkome" (nee Sarah Josephene Oldham) in 1883 and by the 1900 census (name - JD) they were living near other family members, including his recently widowed mother, in Little River County, Arkansas. It was until the 1910 census, after he and Sallie had moved to Carter County, Oklahoma that he started using the name Jefferson D. In the 1920 census he was listed as Jeff D.
Added by jrosetex on Feb 28, 2015 9:52 AM
|Dick Pickett||RE: Rufus Barbee|
John Nash (#46939656) would be a better custodian.
We may have a mixup on two Rufus Barbees that are 3rd cousins to each other.
When I saw the military record on your memorial, I noticed it matched one for William O'Quinn's 3rd great granduncle and the Davis Drive burial matched, but the parents of the two men do not match.
When I checked Fold3, I found a Rufus H. Barbee:
Rufus Haywood Barbee (s/o William Barbee/Eliza Howard Find A Grave Memorial# 39529683 Find A Grave Memorial# 39528553) married Bethany Burgess
25 Nov 1841 - 8 Jan 1921
Private in Company C, 6th Infantry Regiment, North Carolina State Troops 7 Jul 1862–1 Nov 1862; received a disability discharge.
Rufus Barbee (s/o William Barbee/Frances McGhee)
Find A Grave Memorial# 97613484
married Adna Hudson
Company I (North Carolina Grays/Cedar Fork Rifles), 6th North Carolina State Troops
Relationship - 3rd Great Granduncle
Born - 11/25/1841
Died - 1/8/1921
Buried - Davis Drive, Morrisville, Wake County, NC.
Service Summary - Enlisted in Wake County at age 19, May 28,1861 for the war. Mustered in as Private. Wounded at Seven Pines, Virginia, May 31,1862. Captured at South Mountain, Maryland, September 15, 1862 and confined at Fort Delaware, Delaware, until paroled and exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Virginia, November 10,1862. Appointed Corporal December 1, 1862 and promoted to Sergeant January 1, 1863. Captured at Strasburg, Virginia, September 22-23, 1864 and confined to Point Lookout, Maryland, until paroled and exchanged at Boulware's Wharf, James River, Virginia, March 17,1865. Captured in hospital at Richmond, Virginia, April 3, 1865 and transferred to Point Lookout May 9, 1865. Final disposition not reported.
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