|BRADLEY INGELS (#47427212)|
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Busy researching my family history and that of my bride's! I am a 3 year member of F-A-G and helping out where I can. Transcribing cemeteries with photographs is my specialty. I am back in the automotive business! BUY AMERICAN! SUPPORT AMERICAN JOBS!|
FYI: Any and all the photos which I take and post on FAG are free for the taking! I will always allow another person to copy and use the photos for their personal use, posting on ancestry.com or any other geneaology website. I am glad that you found the photo which you needed and are able to use that photo in your family research. We are all God's children .. he can see without a camera .. the rest of us need all the help which we can provide for each other. May God Bless you!
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|Kathy Warner||RE: Welcome to FAG|
Thank you very much.
Kathy Theressa Watts Warner.
|Ruth L Glass||Find A Grave Memorial# 97927383 & Braswell Family Cemetery|
Somewhere in Caldwell County, in Lenoir or Collettsville there is/was a "Braswell Graveyard" named on the death certificate of the "unnamed" male infant son of Willard R. Braswell and Margaret J. "Maggie" [Raby] Braswell. He was born and died 28 Feb 1919 in Collettsville, Johns River Twp, Caldwell Co, NC. Burial: "Braswell Graveyard 1 March 1919".
Is this the same cemetery as your mem# 97927383 OR do you think he should be included in the "Brazel Cemetery" where his mother is? (your mem# 91299215)
Thanks for any info. you can share,
Ruth L Glass
|Toby Bedford||RE: Martha Jane CROWE Cole|
Myrtle was the daughter of Robert and Martha Crowe Cole of Carter Co., TN. She must have been visiting folks in Caldwell Co., NC when she died. The informant(Ethel) is her sister who married a Young. West Lawn Cemetery is in Johnson City, Washington Co., TN.
I'm not related. I wrote a paper on a particular black family in Carter Co., who was related to the Coles' by marriage. Robert Coles' brother, Charles, married the daughter of Alexander Pearson, Carter Co.,who was from Burke Co., NC and served a year in the Union Army in 1865 before coming to Carter Co.
You can transfer the memorial. West Lawn is a black cemetery started in 1902.
Thank you so much for the photo of Charles Ray House. Especially since I never heard back from the office about his location. Do you happen to know it? I would love to add it his memorial.
|Ruth ||Bryan Keith Carlton Photos|
THANK YOU, Bradley, for the excellent photos you took and posted on the memorial of Bryan Keith Carlton. Your time and your kindness is very much appreciated!
Added by Ruth on Mar 25, 2014 7:04 PM
|Stanley Baker||Request for a grave marker|
Thank you Bradley for taking the time and effort to locate and find the grave marker for Zora Bradley and posting it on Find A Grave. Living in Ohio I probably would never had the opportunity to visit this cemetery
|Lanie||Blue Ridge Memorial Park Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the Culp family grave photos from Blue Ridge Memorial Park Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so!
Added by Lanie on Mar 25, 2014 10:30 AM
|Thomas L. Harman||Re: George and Ruth Harmon|
Thank you very much for filling my requests for George and Ruth's tombstone.
I do appreciate the kindness.
|Barbara Spears Pipek||Hollmans|
Brad, thanks so much for taking the photos at Blue Ridge Memorial for me of the Hollmans. I really do appreciate it.
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Terry Sue Hall Justice's Parents|
Terrific! Thanks for adding those records! That was above & beyond the call of duty!
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