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Nanci & David (#46787091)
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Happily retired from school administration...
We are fascinated with the written history of the family as well as the pictorial stories. We have been doing research on our families since 1997.
We have met more family than we ever realized was out there! We have enjoyed meeting new cousins as we research!
In our really early days of going to cemeteries, we have pictures of gravestones that we have added to findagrave that are not necessarily quality photos. If anyone has a better photo to add in place of ours, please feel free to add.
The primary surnames we research are Pairett, Fowlkes, Morrison, Moore, Green, Jennings, and Jones. Nanci&David
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Karen Johnson Grady
Needham Perritt # 134940030
Hello Nanci,
The family name is generally considered to be Perritt as used by the majority of his descendants, but his headstone is indeed engraved Parritt. These name variations appear often during these times for a variety of reasons. I would be more than happy to give you permission to use the photos, but they are not mine. You would need to contact the contributor who's name appears under the photos.
Added by Karen Johnson Grady on Mar 02, 2015 10:47 AM
terry scruggs
Fowlkes in Woodruff County
Your most welcome



terry
Added by terry scruggs on Sep 07, 2014 8:39 PM
LKat
Charles McDonald Pairett
Yes, you have my permission to use the photos. Please use this line:

2014 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.

Thank you very much for being considerate in asking if you could use the photos.
Added by LKat on Mar 20, 2014 3:18 PM
LouJane Adams Wills
Bristol
A request has been made for Robert Paintley Sowell & wife headstone at Bristol Cemetery. I noticed that you had posted the only photo of Oliver Strickland's headstone from that cemetery. Do you know the name of the owner of the land, as the note on the findagrave page states that permission is needed from the owners to go to the cemetery.
Added by LouJane Adams Wills on Mar 10, 2013 2:31 PM
Carolyn Sue
RE: GR Strickland & Ettie Strickland
You are quite welcome. Yes you may use the pictures for you family tree, thats what they are for, so family can see the info. Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Sue on Aug 27, 2012 9:52 PM
Crypt Quest
RE: Catharine and Martha Blasingame
Yes please do use them. I hate that they are broken like that but at least we were able to get them before they got to bad. That cemetery is full of family with that name so if there are any you are missing let me know and we can try to find them for you. It looks like the majority of them in there are related.
Added by Crypt Quest on Aug 14, 2012 6:33 PM
Larry & Susan M.
Perryman
I have also created a memorial for Mable Perryman's husband Henry J. Perryman you may also have this memorial if you would like it.
Susan
Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 24, 2012 4:08 PM
Larry & Susan M.
Shell
I photographed the headstones you wanted in Salem Cemetery today, but noticed there was no memorial for Chares Knox Shell's wife Pearl. I have created a memorial for her and if you would like it transferred to you just let me know.
Susan
Added by Larry & Susan M. on May 24, 2012 3:55 PM
Brenda J. Rogers
Herwin Earl Strickland
Yes, you may use any of my pictures. This is why I do this for others. Goog Luck BJ
Added by Brenda J. Rogers on May 21, 2012 3:28 PM
David H. Sweeney
Green
I just noticed you are related to the Green's. My Green tree is from Geauga County, ohio via New York State and then to the New england area. Oldest American relative was Thomas Green, 1600-1667, Malden, Massachusetts. Does that sound familiar to you? David H. Sweeney
Added by David H. Sweeney on May 21, 2012 6:32 AM
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