|Amanda Bishop Burns (#46939879)|
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Please visit my grandfather|
Ernest Bryant Bishop
If time permits please visit my favorite memorial and read this story--so inspiring!
If I have a family member of yours no matter how kin you are let me know and I can send it over to you. I do this because I love to help others fill in the missing link.
IF you would like to use my photos on ancestry.com please feel free to just I ask you give me credit for the photos or whomever I gave credit to. Thanks ya'll
My research interests are Bishop, Mayes, Maile, Nichols Collier, Breighner, Wagner, Burns, Plumb, Harrup and anyone who links into my family. My families are in alot of different states Petersburg, Virginia to Bedford County, Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia.
I am willing to help anyone get the photos they need just request them.
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|Don Spencer||RE: Evelyn Martin Padgett|
This is not a problem. Laurie Lenz and myself are both Padgett/Goodman/Coffee descendants. Let me see what I can do. Thanks.
|Nansea M. Miller||RE: Lodowich Cunningham|
Thank you so very much!
|Christy Michelle Banks Anderson||Effie Clemons|
I see that you have attached the grave photo of Effie Clemons. Thank you. I appreciate that. Let me know if I can make any other connections with or for you.
Christy M. Anderson
Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving tributes to my beloved sponsored pets!
Added by Mary on Mar 05, 2014 2:44 PM
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Dear Mrs. Amanda Bishop Burns,
Hope youall are well.
Secondly: I saw you had posted on your Leftwich transfer name, so I saw one come up and wanted to show this for you now too.
A Tn family man.
Lillard Calvin "Sheep" Leftwich
Find A Grave Memorial# 39081156
I have been doing a lot more DATA searching.
What I found a lot more you may want to know more on our spellings as well even the Knights Templar Maille in the Crusades too.
|Donna Wilmarth||Claude Redford|
I have added a picture of Claude Redford's gravestone. The dates are on it, so you should be able to change the "unknown" date to the correct date of birth.
|Dal Mallory||Raymond Weaver|
Its DAL Mallory not Don.
|Henry Webber||Horace & Margaret Swope|
Thank you so very much for the tombstone photo's for Horace and Margaret. They are much better. Really appreciate you taking your time to do that without a request. Sometimes the photo's are not very clear but I just figured that was the best they could do so I don't say anything but just appreciate the one they added.
Again, thanks so much.
|Cindy||RE: Charles Edward Dooley|
Thank you, Amanda! I know he's related somehow...just have to find that connection that links us together.
Added by Cindy on Feb 14, 2014 1:04 PM
|Tina Trivette||RE: Roby Robinson|
The Roby Robinson is the same one that is on Find A Grave at the Beaver Dam Cemetery in Vilas, North Carolina. He was born around 1866 in Johnson County, Tennessee. His father was James Robinson and his mother was Lucinda Oliver. I believe James came to the Johnson County, Tennessee/Vilas, North Carolina area during the civil war years - maybe around 1862? I now live on property that James owned. The land was originally in Tennessee, but was changed to North Carolina. On census records in 1870, I believe the area was considered Tennessee, but on the 1880 census it was North Carolina. I have tried to find where James may have lived before coming to this area, but have reached a dead end. I thought you might have information that could help me with my search. James did serve in the civil war for the south, but there are so many James Robinsons that served, that I can't be sure about which one he is. I hope this all makes sense. I would appreciate anything you have. Thanks! PS. The picture on Find A Grave was the first one I had ever seen of Roby and I was so happy to find it!
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