|Sherlocks Cousin||Find A Grave Memorial# 969588|
Thought I would let you know I posted a headstone photo for one of your relatives at Ft Bliss, TX. It's extremely worn due to the desert weather.
|Rebecca Boardman||George Belshaw Jr|
George Belshaw and Candace McCarty married on 10 Feb 1843, not 20 Jan. The January date was when the licence was issued. I posted a copy of the marriage record on Candace's memorial #35212658
|Kathy Franks||McCarty descendants|
Hello, My grandfather was Hugh Benton Cunningham, the grandson of Hugh H. and Elizabeth M. McCarty. Hugh B.'s findagrave memorial # is 21959146. There you will find links to all his children. The youngest and last to die, Virginia, died in 2011. I thought you might like to add them to your viritual cemetery of McCarty descendants. The ones that I have not been successful in getting linked, I have noted their findagrave numbers in bio info. I have also done the same with Hugh Alexander's memorial, which was recently transferred to me by the creator. Kathy Franks
I am Cheryll Cotten and my grandfather was Orrin McCarty who was a descendant of Darby McCarty. My mother married my father in 1956 and they moved to Georgia. I have some of the information that was given to my on the Mccarty geneaology. I am very interested in finding out the history of our family.
|L. Burnett||Isaac D. McCarty|
memorial # 39488360. I have had to delete my memorial for his daughter Ina McCarty Shuck. That means that the flowers you left for her were also deleted. My memorial was deleted because someone else has found her actual gravesite. If you go to Isaac D. McCarty's memorial there is a link to the new memorial for Ina McCarty Shuck.
|alice c||RE: McCarty|
No brother named Jesse.Their names are Patrick Jr,Gary and Arthur.My brother art named one of his sons Jessie.I will see if they have any questions for you.I know they want to know what part of Ireland this particular branch is from.Thanks a bunch
Added by alice c on Jul 15, 2012 8:54 PM
|ProgBase||Looks like ...|
... I'm a descendant of both
Added by ProgBase on Jun 29, 2012 1:13 PM
|Bryan Baker||RE: Thank you for the picture|
You're welcome! It was certainly the most difficult to get to cemetery that I've ever been to, and that was after three tries to even find where it was in the first place! But totally worth the effort (some 4-wheeling through and across a river) to get to the most secluded little out of the way cemetery I've ever been to. Glad to have been able to find it for you!