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|Randall Davis Barfield||RE: Grady T. Bullington|
You're right. Please accept my apologies. I appreciate the good work you do. Randall
|Barb Dohlen||Sanders Family Cemetery Carteret County NC|
Thank you in advance for this addition of directions. This cemetery can no longer be viewed from the Highway or legally accessed any other way. Bd
Please add the directions written below to enter Sanders' Family Cemetery in Carteret County, NC:
Directions and legal access to Sanders' Family Cemetery: From intersection of NC Hwy58 and NC Hwy24, cemetery is 4 miles east on NC Hwy24. Turn right into the small Eli's Landing Housing Development; then turn left and use the recorded legal 20 foot easement on the right between houses to enter cemetery.
|Missy Wilhoit Craig||Thank you!|
I appreciate your time and effort in taking this picture of my grandmother's grave. She was one of the kindest persons I have ever known! I will add pictures of her when I figure out how to do that.
Sincerely, Missy Wilhoit Craig
|Agate||RE: Hannum Winchester Reinhart|
Yes - in the 1880 Census, "Henry" W. Reinhart is listed as "Pres. T. F. College. His wife & daughter were also teachers there.
Added by Agate on Dec 10, 2012 8:30 PM
|JEM||RE: John & Lucy McGrail|
Glad to be able to help. Are you interested in the other 3 sides of the monument?
Added by JEM on Nov 04, 2012 5:03 PM
|For your family now and later||John and Mary (Simons) Armstrong|
I noticed that you left a message on John and Mary Armstrong memorial, Pioneer Burying Ground, Pittsford, Monroe Co., NY. You mentioned them being your 5th great grandparents. They were also mine! If you would like to compare lineage, please feel free to contact me either on here or at my regular e-mail address.
Have a great day,
|Briana||Cornelius T. Galloway|
Yes, if you find the source for that information, please let me know. I, along with two other Galloway researchers, are trying to find some specific information on Cornelius' presumed grandfather, Matthew Galloway (supposedly the immigrant), and if Cornelius does prove to be his grandson (son of William & Mary Polly Ragan Galloway), that will give us a new avenue to explore and additional clues.
I look forward to hearing from you if / when you find the source(s) of that information.
Added by Briana on May 11, 2011 6:40 PM
|Briana||Cornelius T. Gallaway|
I am interested in Cornelius T. Gallaway as I descend from William and Polly Ragan Gallaway (through their son Matthew A.). Since I first came across Cornelius' marriage record in Elbert Co, GA in 1843, along with the 3 Gallaway brothers (sons of William), I have suspected he might be a son of William and Polly Ragan Gallaway. However, I am interested in whatever sources or confirmation you might have of that relationship. It doesn't state the relationship on the grave, correct? Is this based on supposition only or are there other sources that confirm it?
Any and all information would be most appreciated.
I can be contacted directly at poetmom - at- aol.com. (using the at sign of course).
Added by Briana on May 10, 2011 8:09 PM
|Dawn Cordeiro||Margaret Antosh Ference|
I was wondering about your memorial page on Margaret Antosh Ference and if you had a picture of her gravesite or any other information on her, she is my Great Aunt who died giving birth.
Thank you! Dawn
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