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I am just a concerned person,trying to help everybody get their graves together> with the living families that are left behind. Wondering what or where we can find a place< to put our families names and find them again. This is a great site! Don't ever change.>
i do transfer,once,but if you don't reciprecate,forget the next one,i will take corrections,gladly-but with an attitude,forget it.i will not respond.
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|Michael Pafford||Herman William Berge|
regarding Herman William Berge memorial #73912738, the photo you posted is of his son, not him - you need to transfer your photo to the correct memorial
|Susan I. Grills||Elbridge G. Cabiness|
You might want to note his service in the Confederate Army. He served in the Artillery. This service was credited on his father's memorial but is incorrect. American Civil War Soldiers shows that the Elbridge Cabiness who served was born in 1845, so it is this man and certainly not his father who was 60 at the time.
|Tina||RE: LaRoche Family|
My great great grandfather James LaRoche had 14 children and then they all had loads. Many of them remarried and also married other cousins. He came to Florida with my other great great grandfather John H Sams after the Civil War from John's Island South Carolina. They built St. Luke's Episcopal Church together. I grew up in John H Sams house (now a museum) about a mile from the church. All the LaRoches, Sams, Jenkins, LeBarons, and Blacks buried there are my cousins, etc. I knew everyone of them that has been alive in my lifetime and I also hold the church records and graveyard plan. I have the complete family trees for these families going back hundreds of years. I am the family genealogist for St. Luke's. The LaRoches from South Carolina are not related to the LaRoches from Georgia. There were several unrelated LaRoches that came over to America in the 1600's. I myself am a LaRoche/Sams. All the information and links I have given you are from the actual church records and are completely accurate. I will be glad to take some of them off your hands if you like to make your easier! xxx
Added by Tina on Apr 27, 2014 12:50 PM
I am sure we are cousins. I am Celestine LaRoche Woelk Cottam otherwise known as Tina. I was born in 1959. My great grandfather was Benjamin Bailey LaRoche and my great grandmother was Martha Edwards Sams LaRoche. I grew up in the Sams House in Courtenay Florida and my ancestors build St Luke's Episcopal Church in Merritt Island Florida. I hold loads of family letters, photos, and genealogy material. I am sure we can help each other out!
Added by Tina on Apr 09, 2014 11:58 AM
|Connie C. Madray||RE: we met in person|
In the Actions column go to Find A Grave Store, click and the place to order is on that page.
|Heather Allem||RE: your grandma|
My mom is Debra (Flowers) Tomas, Marjorie and Doyle's daughter. My dad is Mario Tomas. :)
|Amy Yancey||RE: LaRoches|
yes..my maternal grandmother was her granddaughter.
my grandmother's name was Jane Dunwody King, daughter of Felix L. Dunwody and Katherine B.Dunwody(aka Mack). lol, I don't know why she wanted to be nicknamed Mack, but she did. :)
Hi, my name is Amy Walker Yancey. I'm tracking down my family tree and information. I am the great-great granddaughter of Aimee T. LaRoche. I found you under this website. :)
|pat lewis||RE: findagrave is great:|
ok i will sister...
|MaLisa Fender Rembowski||RE: Olive Modesta Howard Jenkins|
Thank you so much. I will try to find Keith Jenkins too.
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