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As a full-time volunteer in the field of Wildlife Rehabilitation, I SO appreciate the time & effort spent to build & maintain this website, keeping it free for the rest of us. I also deeply appreciate those who've uploaded cemetery records & photos to share with the world. May God richly bless each of you - thanks! |
Since beginning my road to the past, I've been blessed to find many family members & have even held a 'family reunion' or two with those long gone. This is a GREAT excuse to get in touch with family members I love dearly, but with whom I've lost contact.
Family names I'm researching: Paternal --
Emerson, Clyatt, Holtzclaw, Beacham, Rutledge, McGee, Rice
McKinney, Bauknight, Whitehurst, Smith, Griffin, DuPree, Bradford, Meetze, Gornto
Blessings & Happy Hunting!
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|59Cadillac||Someone Marked My Grandparents Grave|
I was surprised, even shocked yesterday when I visited Orange Hill Cemetery as I approached my Grandmother and Grandfathers grave which was unmarked. I had the sexton mark the graves just a week ago and was going to order a marker this week. Shocked because my Grandfather Joel R. Miller died in 1962 and Grandmother Eola Doris (Keene) Miller died in 1997 and they had never had a marker. Unfortunately Grandfather's birth and death dates are wrong and carved into stone! Would you have a clue who might have marked the grave? All direct descendents new I was working on this and would have told me and checked the dates I have so I can't imagine who marked the grave. I suspect it was someone who knew Eola Doris Miller, my grandmother because her dates are correct to the day.
|Jacque||George Andrew Elam|
Thank you very much for entering this information. I really had no hopes of finding information on my grandmother's brother. You've certainly given me a great day.
Added by Jacque on Jan 22, 2011 4:08 PM
I forgot to add that he was the grandson of Patrick and Anne English Riley--see their memorials on FindAGrave.
Added by Jeanne on Dec 03, 2010 12:10 PM
He was born 20 Jul 1803
Added by Jeanne on Dec 03, 2010 12:08 PM
|Hank Gillette||RE: Memorials transferred|
Thank you for transferring my parents over to me. I am not local anymore. I currently live in Maryland.
You don't say exactly where you are, but if you are ever in Tampa, my father's parents are buried in the Garden of Memories. Their Find a Grave numbers are 50914628 and 50915721.
Thank you for the service you are providing.
|Hank Gillette||RE: William Gillette Memorial|
William Gillette was my father, and I'd be glad for you to transfer him over to me.
Viola Gillette Munger #32863219 was my mother, and if you are willing, please transfer her over also.
|Doris Albro||RE: H.P. Bauknight|
I have transferred HP to you. There are 5 other Bauknights that I have entered in New Hope (I put almost 200 pictures and still have some to go)I would be glad to transfer all of the Bauknights to you, I am always happy to have a relative as a caretaker.
|Kristina||RE: Baker twins graves|
Hi! I am so glad to hear from someone who can hopefully help my sister-in-law and I out. She did tell me her father's name is Timothy Allen Baker and his mother's name is Ann. Although I looked on here and i don't recall seeing an Ann Baker buried in this cemetary? She really doesn't know a lot about this side of her family as she wasnt raised around her father and his family. She only knows bits and pieces from what her mom has told her. I hope this helped a little bit and I really am thankful for your helping and taking time to go and find where her brothers are buried. It really means a lot to her and I! :) Hope to hear from you soon
Added by Kristina on May 02, 2009 9:53 PM
Wonderful to hear from you! I will e-mail you at the addy listed on your profile page.
Added by Liz on Feb 14, 2009 8:39 AM
|Robert C. Hill, Sr.||Good Morning|
ShellinPz, just stopping by to wish You & Your Family a Happy Thanksgiving. God Bless..
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