|Christy Staton (#47074736)|
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Hi! I am currently a stay-at-home mom with two children and a wonderful husband. I enjoy photography as a hobby and find genealogy/cemeteries fascinating. That is why I have chosen to combine these two interests and become a photo volunteer. I also remember searching for graves and helping my parents research our family tree at a very early age. This may be where part of my passion comes from. Now, my oldest son is becoming interested in photography as well as the challenge of searching for and locating graves. He has become a big help to me on my quests. I would love to help out anyone I can. I am willing to search almost anywhere in Upstate South Carolina, especially Greenville and Laurens counties.|
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|Ron August||John Joseph Collison|
Hello, I saw that you requested a photo of John Joseph Collison, but I had to have the request removed as the cemetery confirmed that his grave is unmarked. However, I did see your note about trying to identify more about his death and if he died in World War I. I'm not sure if you found it yet, but I found a copy of his death certificate, which states that he died of Broncho-Pneumonia, caused by Influenza. On a side note, he died of influenza in 1918, which is exactly the year when Spanish Flu (Spanish Influenza) killed between 20 and 100 million people. This doesn't mean that he wasn't a soldier in World War I, it simply means that he didn't die by enemy hands.
On the cert., I am unable to read the handwriting of what is occupation is.
You can also see that he was see by Dr J Richards of the New Century Club Hospital. Technically, the New Century Club was really a social club that later took over a mental hospital. However, don't think that means he was in a mental hospital because during the epidemic of the spanish flu, it was very common for every capable facility to lend a hand.
If you would like I can send you a copy of this death certificate, as that unfortunately is all I could find about him.
I hope I was of help,
|Robert Shalvoy||Hinton Pictures|
Yes, that was me!
I was able to finally find their graves, but it took some careful looking. Starting from the dog walk, they are on the right side about 1/2 up. There is no headstone, which makes it difficult to find them. I did some research online and determined that they were associated with the Berry Family, who does have a headstone.
I'll share the pictures I took.
|Robert Shalvoy||Hinton Grave Pictures|
I wasn't notified that you had claimed these pictures and so went down to the cemetery today. I found the two graves and took pictures of the small headstones. Shall I upload what I have or do you still want to do this?
Please accept my condolances on the loss of a close friend. But, as I stated previously stated, she is related through my granddaughter Kate Moore McEown. I respectfully decline to transfer her. Thanks, Winnette
Added by Winnette on Dec 12, 2011 5:32 PM
Thank you for the photos of the Tucker stones. I appreciate them very much.
Added by wm on Jun 05, 2011 12:06 PM
|Joe||Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery|
Thank you very much for the pictures from Clear Spring Baptist Church Cemetery. Very good photos.
Added by Joe on Jun 05, 2011 11:47 AM
|Susan Johnson Jeffcoat||RE: Tommy H Windsor Sr|
Thank you for the information.I was never sure of Tommy's or his fathers middle name although i knew Tommy was a Jr.
Susan Johnson Jeffcoat
|Susan Johnson Jeffcoat||Tommy H Windsor Sr|
i'm Susan Johnosn Jeffcoat and sister in law to Tommy Windsor Jr and was doing a little researching on his family. Could you please tell me that the grave of Tommy H Windsor Sr is his father? i don't remember his full name.
Susan Johnson Jeffcoat
|John Panhorst||James Price Grave|
I just posted the above to find-a-grave web page. He is in Lot CT1, #236 A. The ajacent grave is Rita H. Price 1934-1967. I took a photo of her tombstone too. If you would like copies of the originals, send me your e-mail address. We are going on vacation 9/13, and will be out of touch for several weeks, in case you don't get back to me before then.
John Panhorst - Prosperity, SC
|ed||Fountain Inn Cemetery|
Thank you for the pictures. I appreciate it very much.
Added by ed on Aug 24, 2010 9:14 PM
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