|Sandy Littlejohn (#47152941)|
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|Gay Hobt Morton||Ruphama Watt|
Thank you so much for all the work you have done on Find a Grave. It makes it possible for others to find their families. And tan you for the transfer of Ruphama Watt.
|Doris Aliff||Finley Young|
Sorry Sandy I sent the wrong info for him. It was meant for his wife. I will add her parents there. I put her mother on his memorial edit.
|Alice Warden||Wilson cementery|
Hi, could you please tell me where the Wilson Cementery is in Fayetteville, I have family there and I would love to visit. Thank you Alice Warden email@example.com
|Dennis Mersky||Transfer request|
I'd like to request transfer of management of memorials for two of my cousins to my husband's Find A Grave account. Please transfer:
Gene J. Antonich — memorial #56934306
Tillie A. Antonich — memorial #56934382
Transfer management to:
Dennis Mersky — contributor #47830493
Thank you for your help,
|Michelle Reynolds||About Fannie Browning Salmons|
I heard she was buried at Harvey's Creek, with only stones for a marker. She was my 2nd great grandma, would love any info any one could give me on her. Thank you in advance. P.S. Not sure of birth, would have passed before 1940's-pretty sure.
|Mary Jane Vandale Wood||Harry Smith|
I have a picture, black and white, of a man taken on the porch of my great aunt and uncle, Arta Morris Toney and Jesse Lee Toney in Bloomingrose, Boone County WV. On the back of the picture is written Harry Smith.
When I visited Mechanics and Miners Cemetery, as I do every year, i found a grave stone for a Harry Smith. I am not sure it is the same man. If any family members would like the picture to identify, I will be glad to give it to them.
|Russell E Bennett Jr||RE: Glen Ferris Cemetery|
I had long assumed the cemetery was on the cliffs across from the Inn. I had also read once that the cemetery was inaccessible. Neither is true. No one has been buried there in many years so its no wonder that those at the Inn didn't know anything about it. There is a map associated with the cemetery page. The cemetery is on the hill very near the point where the four lane ends as you travel west on US 60 from Gauley Bridge. I visited the cemetery in February when the vegetation is dead. It would most likely be rough going in the growing season.
|Russell E Bennett Jr||RE: Glen Ferris|
I am not sure of your question. I personally visited this cemetery. I knew that it was in Glen Ferris and made several inquiries of the locals to pin it down. Walked right to it.
|D. Blean||Silas V Morris #50970031|
Silas's third wife Mary Ann "Birdie" Barrett was born 21 Sep 1882 and died 7 Sep 1949. She is buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Memorial #6319630.
Added by D. Blean on Sep 25, 2014 8:52 PM
|D. Blean||Silas V Morris #50970031|
Silas actually had another wife following the death of Mary Pauline (Lena) Wyatt who died in 1904. In 1905 he married Birdie Barrett in Kanawha. She was the daughter of James H Barrett (1859-1925) and Martha Malisia Smart (1862-1934). These are the people I'm related to.
In 1910 Silas V Morris, Birdie Morris and their daughter Kathleen Morris, aged 2, can be seen living with James H and Martha Barrett on Charleston Street in Charleston, Kanawha, West Virginia.
By 1912 Silas Morris had married Oma Allen. Birdie Barrett Morris continued to call herself a widow and lived with family members on 318 Fayette, Charleston. She disappears from my records in 1936.
Her daughter Kathleen marries Lawrence Wesley Walker in 1927. She shows up in directories with him until 1932 and afterwards I haven't been able to trace her. Lawrence Walker remarries in 1936.
Added by D. Blean on Sep 24, 2014 11:27 AM
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