|Carolyn Mackey-Byrum (#47126238)|
| || member for 5 years, 5 months, 18 days|
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IF you are REQUESTing a transfer go to the memorial you wish to have considered to be transferred click on the edit tab|
make your request there.
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents.
Explain your relationship in the request,any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer. Bulk surname requests will not be considered.
Use the edit feature within the memorial to suggest corrections/addition/transfer requests.
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All photos submitted to Find A Grave by me are copyrighted by me. No use of photos for personal use is given without prior consent. No use of photos for any other PERSONAL website(s) is given. In the past a certain Find A Grave contributor posted some of the photos I submitted to Find A Grave as her own to her own memorials. This is absolutely against FAG guidelines. Find A Grave and Ancestry.com are welcome to use any photograph or other information I have supplied to this website.
BULLIES and/or Rotten Apples will be ignored but probley reported to FAG admin.
|Messages left for Carolyn Mackey-... (8)||[Leave Message]|
|Larry Owings||RE: Thanks|
|Rita Holmes||Mackey name|
I hesitate to bother you but I am interested in
your maiden name. I have a John Mackey who married
Mary Porter in the Augusta-Rockbridge area of Virginia. He was born around 1703 and died 1773 and
was instrumental in establishing the Timber Ridge
Presbyterian Church where he is buried. Mary was
the d/o Wm. Porter Sr.b. 1707 and Gean Mackey b. 1711. Children were: Henry m. Eliz. Vance, William m. Eliz. Kennedy and Ann Paul, Jean m. Wm. McCorkle, Esther m. Arthur Walkup, Eliz.(Betsy) m.
William Sutherland Bailey, Mary m. Samuel Wilson.
They were Scots-Irish.
|C Bozeman||Leota cook, Oakridge, Tifton|
I am a volunteer..so do not know anything of this lady. If you think the photo is her...go ahead and add Maybe someone from family will recognize and tell whether to keep or delete it. Best I can do! Thanks for caring!
Would you happen to have attended PVHS in CA?Your name is familiar and you were very nice to me an my family!
|Judy ||RE: Links|
Thanks. I will see if the Mother can be added to the child.
Thanks for you help!!
Added by Judy on Mar 18, 2014 8:09 PM
Your very welcome.
Added by Soileau on Mar 02, 2014 9:54 PM
|Just me||Dakota Middleton|
Thank you for sponsoring Dakota's page.
Added by Just me on Feb 02, 2014 8:45 AM
|Ken Awtry||RE: Volunteer photos|
Carolyn. Thank you. I did enjoy my day finding all but two of your requests. I do have an inside track as I work at City Hall, so I have access to all the cards and can find a few minutes each day during my break to go look up the locations of the requests. I still have a couple to look for but the day did cooperate with me for a while, and yes it was a bit cold. Please let me know if I can do anything for you!
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