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|I've just recently become very interested in Geneology search. I've lost so many loved-ones in the past 10 years, that I want to assure their names are permanently recorded in cyberspace. Who knows, perhaps 50 to 100 years from now, someone of my lineage will want to know about them as I am searching for those who've gone on before me.|
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|Suzannah McCuen||RE: Suzannah, HELP! :-)|
No - as far as I know they are cremated once the studies on them are completed (like for an anatomy class, etc). I don't think all of them go through Chapel Hill. I would think they have gone to all of the medical schools and perhaps some other research facilities. But it is my understanding that the final remains are cremated. I would assume that sometimes the cremated remains are then returned to family for scattering or burial - but I would think that the great majority of those patients at the state hospitals whose remains were donated to the anatomical board did NOT have anyone claim the cremated remains and that they were disposed of somewhere agreed upon by the state government. I don't know where that is....so I started a Find a Grave "cemetery" for NC Anatomical Board remains and have put a few names in it because I doubt they are commemorated elsewhere. I tried looking online for specifics about that donation program but doubt that current information applied 70 or 80 years ago. If you come across the death certificate of someone whose remains were donated to the Board and would like to place a memorial for them in that "cemetery" please feel free to do so. Let me know if you have trouble finding it on Cemetery Lookup. It's just "NC Anatomical Board Donors".
|SleepingDog||John Henry Rodgers|
I've added all of the info that you sent to his entry.
Thank you for sending it.
|greensboro24||De Graffenreidt Surname|
Hello Again Sandi,
In the 1870 Federal Census, Pittsboro, Chatham, North Carolina, Glasgow (Glasco in 1880) Foust and Lecy (Letha in 1880) are living in Dwelling 187. In Dwelling 185, Alfred De Graffenreidt, age 59, Mariah De Graffenreidt, age 45, Edy (sic) De Graffenreidt, age 8, and Alfred De Graffenreidt, age 3 are residing two doors from the Foust. Note that in the 1870 Federal Census, Alfred and Mariah's surname is spelt as De Graffenreidt. This surnmae may also be spelt together; and there are variants in the spelling, even among family members in the Census.
Hope this clarifies the Foust Families and De Graffenreidt surname.
With Best Regards,
|greensboro24||Letha Foust De Graffenreidt|
There are two Letha Foust in the 1870 Federal Census:
1870 Federal Census: Pittsboro, Chatham, North Carolina
Glasgow (Glasco) Foust, Lecy (Letha in 1880) Foust, Bob Foust, and Turner Foust
1870 Federal Census: Rock Creek, Guilford, North Carolina
Cain Foust, age 42, Lethe Foust, age 39,
I wonder if this is a different Lucy Evans, with such a different death date...plus the parent links you sent are invalid...
I see the difference in the date of death,so I included the SSDI information under the obituary.
Thanks for providing the information
|Patrick Douthit||Hi Sandi|
|Karen Mickel Bennett||John Holloway|
Added the links for his parents to his memorial. Thanks for sending the information to me! Appreciate it.......
|Mary Fry Stevens||Harvey Freeman|
Harvey Taylor Freeman
North Carolina, Deaths, 1931-1994
birth: 10 June 1877 Randoph County
death: 28 April 1949 Tabernacle, Randolph, North Carolina
burial: 1 May 1949 Asheboro, N. C. Rte.
residence: 28 April 1949 Rural Tabernacle, Randolph, N. Car.
father: John Freeman
mother: Charlotte Miller
This is what I found on family search. Thanks, Mary
|Alisohn - Highly Favored and Blessed||HI|
Thanks Sandi for visiting my dads memorial.
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