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susa (#47349090)
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I have been working on my family genealogy for the last 35 years. Most of what I am adding are family members from my records or those found on the internet.

Families of interest: Leinbach, Wilcox, Dreher, Casey, Davis, Mattice, McNeil, Chandler, Barker, Cross, Knapp, Caylor, Stout, and lots of others.

My favorite cemetery is the Waughtown Cemetery, Winston-Salem, Forsyth County, North Carolina. I spent a summer mapping and recording burials. This is where my husband's family is buried going back at least 6 generations. Most of the people buried there are related or married into most of the families.
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Nikki Moore
Pippenger / Cripe
Hello
I am trying to trace my fiancÚ's family tree all the way from New Zealand! He is a Cram and his family were all born and raised in the USA a long way back, and I noted that on this website you had given some information in regard to a Rebecca Pippenger (1825 - 1873) who married Isaac Davis ... Rebecca's parents were Esther Cripe Pippenger and Peter Pippenger. I am a bit STUCK at Esther and Peter and wondered if you had any further information on them e.g. dates of birth, dates of death, places of birth or death, THEIR parents names etc? Any info you have would be much appreciated. Thank you! Nikki Moore, Tauranga, New Zealand.
Added by Nikki Moore on Jan 16, 2014 1:11 AM
McFarland
Rutland Cem
Hello again. I have photoed the Rutland CEM, But don't have time go through the 560 pictures and enter them (1.76 Gigs) (1500 pic backlog)
( I passed by about 35-40 unreadable ones )
If you would like, I could mail you a DVD ( or two), and you could enter them. Is so , please send a private email with your address and I'll get it out to you.
(PS: I would consider the mailing of the disc's to also transfer the Copyright to you, which would be in accord with Find A Grave's wishes.
Added by McFarland on Mar 31, 2011 9:09 AM
Robert Adlet
RE: Samuel Arnold
Yes I would be interested in what you have on the Arnold Line. I just found info on Samuel Arnold's mother Abigail Wyche thru the book: Pedigrees of Some of the Emporer Charlemagne's Descendents @ 1975. I also obtained documents on genealogical research of Samuel Arnold's son, William from a relative in Texas. I have the line thru Elizabeth Wright's father Capt John Wright and all the Washington and Mayflower connections. Would like more info on Samuel Arnold's father Thomas Arnold and which Arnold line he is connected to in England.
Thanks, Robert
Added by Robert Adlet on Jan 06, 2011 9:23 PM
McFarland
RE: Drehers
OK I thought that one was too far south.
I have a photo request there (OR THE NEXT CEM SOUTH), but it's going to be a while... Probably April +
Added by McFarland on Dec 23, 2010 3:49 PM
McFarland
RE: Drehers
re: Cemetery

I've looked and looked... I think we are both confused and the north side.. LARGE.. . is the cemetery in Oregon we remembered. (PRAIRIE MOUND)

I have taken about 1817 photos there, with 726 entered. I'm only half way through with photo taking, and will finish next spring.

So keep tuned... someday perhaps the entries you are looking for will appear.

McFarland
Added by McFarland on Dec 23, 2010 9:11 AM
McFarland
unknown cemetery at OREGON
I too remember a cemetery on the south side of Oregon, but have not been down that way for some time.

It was down near where my parents friends had moved to in the late 50's. I just added their memorials on WED. to Prairie Mound Cemetery.

I am only half way through photoing Prairie Mound, and there is a Catholic Cemetery next to it. I have Two Cemeteries photoed but not entered, and need to finish WEST KOSHKENONG and Stoughton Lutheran for other photo requests. If I'm going to walk around a cemetery looking for one stone, it's better to just photo all of it.

I will try to get to the South side before the snow flies, but if not, it was on my list for spring.

RHS
Added by McFarland on Nov 18, 2010 9:03 PM
McFarland
unknown cemetery at OREGON
I too remember a cemetery on the south side of Oregon, but have not been down that way for some time.

It was down near where my parents friends had moved to in the late 50's. I just added their memorials on WED. to Prairie Mound Cemetery.

I am only half way through photoing Prairie Mound, and there is a Catholic Cemetery next to it. I have Two Cemeteries photoed but not entered, and need to finish WEST KOSHKENONG and Stoughton Lutheran for other photo requests. If I'm going to walk around a cemetery looking for one stone, it's better to just photo all of it.

I will try to get to the South side before the snow flies, but if not, it was on my list for spring.

RHS
Added by McFarland on Nov 18, 2010 9:03 PM
Robert Adlet
Samuel Arnold
Thanks for the photo of Samuel Arnold's DAR marker. Great info!
Added by Robert Adlet on Nov 17, 2010 11:16 AM
McFarland
RE: Drehers
I am Not the expert on the family tree, my brother is. Contact "TOPEKA TOM": tsevern@cox.net
He started me on the cemetery runs... Its been interesting to actually find one that was "unknown" and to be able to enter all 71 memorials... several stones of course were totally eroded away

RGS "McFarland"
Added by McFarland on Nov 11, 2010 5:21 PM
McFarland
PRAIRIE MOUND CEM
The links are made !

THANK YOU for adding this data to the memorials.
My brother is also into the family tree, and has us back to 1635 in the Kiel area of Germany on my mothers side. And to WASHINGTON and MADISON on my fathers side as first and second cousins.

RHS "McFarland"
Added by McFarland on Nov 10, 2010 4:16 PM
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