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Charlotte Graves (#47335229)
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Bio Photo I started working on my genealogy in 2010 after my father passed on my grandmothers research and have found to be invaluable to me in doing research. That is why I return the favor and take photos for requests whenever possible and add to FaG as much as I can to help others.

I am currently researching all four lines of my tree; Ingram/Ingraham from Virginia to Kentucky, to Tennessee, Henry from Tuscumbia, Alabama area, Graves from Castle County, Delaware to Tennessee, and Knight from Chesterfield, South Carolina to Mississippi. If you are related to any of these lines please don't hesitate to contact me!
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Nancy Wardlow Kennedy
I just read the original message I sent you - words misspelled or left out. Sorry, this keyboard is bad. I put some photo's on the Sanford Rodgers cemetery site on Find A Grave. I looked for a trail concerning the man that shot John Quincey. I think name was Barrett, or something similar, but haven't found anything. I saw the Bible record on the birth of John M but I didn't see the death. I also thought John M had died because when the father was killed the youngest son's name was changed to John Quincy. I have a early information written by Irene Ingram Hardin. If you do not have that story, email me at and I will scan it and send it to you.
Added by Nancy Wardlow Kennedy on Nov 08, 2016 6:52 AM
Amy Kelly
Hi Charlotte! I hope this finds you doing well. I do some research work for a genealogy company, and they're looking for someone in the New Orleans area who may be interested in doing occasional, local, contract research there for their clients. When I heard that, you came to mind. As a researcher for them, you get to choose the projects you're interested in working on, as well as when you work on them. It's a very low-pressure situation, and I've had good experiences with them so far. If you have any interest in learning more about it, please just shoot me an email at amywkelly at gmail dot com. Then, I'll tell you the name of the company so you can look it up, as well as who to get in touch with there, if you're interested in learning more about what they do and what they are looking for in the New Orleans area, Then, you can take it from there. Wishing you a lovely weekend! - Amy
Added by Amy Kelly on Nov 05, 2016 10:28 AM
Nancy Wardlow Kennedy
Sanford Rodgers Cemetery, Chester Co, TN
Charlotte, thanks for all the work you are doing on the Ingram families. I by the cemetery because I had big questions about John M Ingram. I thought he died as a by because when his father died, all the children under about 11 years old. found guardians for all the children but him. Also he is not included ithe 1860 or 70 census.The Ann that is listed as his wife was his grandmother, she was the mother of Nancy Johnson Ingram. This is not my family, but I have been helping someone with McNairy County Ingrams. Hope this helps. If you have any questions let me know.
Added by Nancy Wardlow Kennedy on Oct 29, 2016 5:28 PM
sheri thomason
John Joseph Messersmith, Sr can you Merge them
Added by sheri thomason on Aug 30, 2016 9:06 PM
Bill Holder
Bothmann, Surbeck, Stolz
Wishing you could help in some way in these Bothmann, Surbeck, Stolz lines. Please let me know.
My step-father was Claude Joseph Stoltz, Find A Grave Memorial# 91825756 and my mother, Find A Grave Memorial# 91825877.

Bill H.
Added by Bill Holder on Aug 21, 2016 6:28 PM
Donna Dinstel
Ferdinand Morris
I added a pix and put in an edit for date. 76399418 :)
Added by Donna Dinstel on Jul 10, 2016 6:44 PM
Mark Evert
Whitney Houston
Hello, Is there any chance you could tell me how to find Whitney Houston's grave, I am planning a trip next year that is going to take me through the area and I would love to stop to get a couple of pictures.

Thank you
Added by Mark Evert on Jul 06, 2016 3:06 PM
Hi, I'm doing research on the Knight family, James B. Knight (1808-1887), he would be my 3xs ggf. his daughter, Elizabeth J. Knight married ??Sanders and they had a son Cirby A. Sanders.

do you have any information on this branch?
It appears that Elizabeth J. Knight's husband was probably killed in the war (possibly July 1863) leaving a newly pregnant wife behind, since Cirby was born Feb 1864. Rumor has it they eloped. I find Elizabeth & Cirby both living with JBK.
I know Cirby Sanders married and had 8 children. my grandfather being one of them.

you can reach me at
Added by BKGreg on Jun 15, 2016 7:29 AM
Donna Dinstel
george beck
Hi, I appreciate all the memorials and pictures you have taken. I submitted edits for plot in SL 2
Added by Donna Dinstel on Jun 05, 2016 12:06 PM
JanetJanet Cobb
Harriet E Butler
Charlotte,, Ive looked cannot find her daughter..
THey say its Maria,,but she married Goerge Harry Cook,,also Ira & Harriet had boy..Which is it??This is only part Im confused..Gramp Peter married Harriet,,but had two girls way early born same yr his wife Hariet,,been married several times..Very confused..????Ira 1825/Harriet 1835..
Added by JanetJanet Cobb on Jun 03, 2016 4:53 AM
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