|Larry Threatt (#46793588)|
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|Michael Johnston Mayes||Baker|
Larry...thanks for the info. I had no idea those graves were at Centre. I have been there many times and have several relatives burried there as well as McKendree and Troutman Family Cemetery.
|Michael Johnston Mayes||Baker Cemetery|
What is the address of Baker Cemetery in Iredell County?
hi. i was wondering how we are related. my great great great grandparents were thomas and holley stacks threatt through mary l. threatt knight who had martha adella knight stogner who had benjamin franklin stogner who had william carson stogner. my family said that they were decendants of the cherokee indians but i have found no proof of that. can you help clear it up for me please. thank you in advance for your help.
Added by me on Feb 22, 2012 8:27 PM
|Rhea||Eleanor Cathey (1754 -|
Hi there. When you have a moment, would you do me a favor please and check this Find A Grave link in this cemetery and see if this is the same person: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=cathey&GSiman=1&GScid=592543&GRid=21883574&. If so, can this one be deleted? No rush at all. Thanks very much for all you do for Find A Grave.
Happy New Year.
Added by Rhea on Dec 30, 2011 8:30 PM
|Bo Cash||RE: Captain Patrick Boggan memorial|
Hi Cousin !! THANK YOU for the reply. I am posting (BELOW) what I believe to be a fair "bio" for our relative: Capt. Patrick Boggan. I would greatly appreciate it being added to his memorial.
Many thanks and take care, William Boggan ("Bo") Cash, Morganton NC
######################## Capt. Patty's bio:
Captain Patrick Henry Boggan of Wadesboro, NC
Father: Sir Walter Boggan
Mother: Lydia Moore Boggan
Born: 1725, Finn Castle, Donegal, Ireland
Patrick came to America before 1750 with brothers James and Benjamin, and a sister, Jane.
Patrick was a well educated man with wealth and bought extensive lands in and around Anson County, NC
Patrick Boggan married Mary Penelope Dobbs, daughter of Richard Dobbs and Mary Speight Dobbs. Mary was born 7-5-1727
Patrick and Mary were married in 1758.
Patrick and Mary had 2 sons and 7 daughters.
1 Patrick Henry Boggan, Jr. married Martha Davidson.
2 Jane Boggan married Pleasant May
3 Richard Boggan married but left no children. (was an alcoholic)
4 Mary Boggan (1763-1830) married John May in 1776
5 Frances "Fannie" Boggan (1771-1817) married James Ingo Cash *
6 Margaret "Peggy" Boggan married Colonel Ingo Dozier Cash *
7 Eleanor "Nellie" Boggan married Major William Hammond
8 Flora "Tena" Boggan married Colonel Joseph Pickett
9 Lydia Boggan (the youngest) married Moses Coppedge
Captain Patrick Henry Boggan received his rank from General Nathanael Greene
in Salisbury, NC. Captain "Paddy" was my ggggg-grandfather.
After the war, Captain Patrick Boggan often hunted down and killed Tories. His hate for them earned him the description: "Terror to the Tories."
* James Ingo and Ingo Dozier Cash were brothers that married the Boggan sisters.
James Ingo married Francis "Fanny" Boggan, they were my gggg-grandparents.
7 Nellie ended up with the house of Capt Patrick and today, the house is still called the Boggan-Hammond House in Wadesboro, NC
Capt. Patrick Henry Boggan is buried about 400 yards south from the Boggan-Hammond House. A memorial marker is found at the house.
Notes written by: William Boggan ("Bo") Cash, Morganton NC
Added by Bo Cash on Nov 28, 2011 6:09 PM
|t. stephens||Fredrick and Mildred Thompson|
You posted a photo for Fridrick Thompson at Forest Lawn West before and now there is a photo request for his wife, Mildred Thompson. Her name is also on the photo you took for Fredrick. I was wondering if you would mind posting that same photo to Midlred to fulfill the request.
|Fran Bundy||Henry Shute|
Larry, another findagraver has him buried at Rowell Cemetery, Stewart Crossroads, but they have an incorrect date of death, apparently.
|Fran Bundy||Henry Shute|
Larry, I see you took a photo of Henry Shute's tombstone. Where is it located? Do you know the name of the cemetery?... I don't believe it's at Tabernacle, right? Thank you.
|Susan I. Grills||McGraw|
No, I am not related. You can keep him. I was doing the same thing as you--looking for someone else, and I took photos of some of the surrounding graves.
|Fran Bundy||Tabernacle UM Church Cemetery|
Hey, Larry. Do you know who we can e-mail to correct the name of "Tabernacle Cemetery" to "Tabernacle United Methodist Church Cemetery"?
Also, 2 groups of memorials for this same cemetery need to be consolidated. Thank you for any suggestions. Sincerely, Fran
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