|Deborah Gammon (#46860272)|
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|Born in Edgecombe County, N. C. Member of the DAR and UDC. Has been doing genealogy research for 14 years.|
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Hi - I am so sorry for the confusion, I meant to say Reynolds, you are most correct!
Added by Lanie on Nov 07, 2012 10:52 AM
|Zombie finder||Malcolm N Hill|
I added photo of Malcolm Hill and his sons.
|James Gentry (Jamie Davis)||Dr. Delbert Madden|
I am sorry I am just now getting back to you. I live in Los Angeles, CA but will be visiting home next week and will be at the cemetery. If you still need the picture please let me know.
Thanks Deborah for sponsoring me this morning wth DAR. I really enjoyed the meetng.
|Helen Sharpe||RE: ida eason|
Thanks for the correction. I have her as the daughter of Josiah Dempsey Parker and Harriet Pridgen in my Tree and am not sure how I put her in as Josiah and Temperance. I have lots of information on both Ida and William Henry Eason's ancestors.
You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|ckbrew||RE: claude edmondson|
Deborah...Thanks for the reply...The following are instructions from Find A Grave on how one member can transfer a entry to another member...
For members that receive transfer requests, you can now honor those requests on the memorial page itself. Located in the upper right corner is the 'Transfer Ownership" link. Follow the link and type in the Contributor ID # to whom you want the memorial transferred.
My ID is 47216082
As a relative of Claude's you probably know that Claude's parents are Claude Clinton Edmondson Sr. and Annie Selma Edmondson (that's right, they were both Edmondsons but I'm certain they weren't closely related). Annie Selma was the sister of my father's mother, Vera Edmondson. Claude Sr. and Annie Selma are buried at Edgecombe Memorial Park along with Claude Jr's brother William and sister Vera Edmondson Davenport.
Thanks for the transfer.
C P Killebrew
Added by ckbrew on Jun 18, 2010 3:16 PM
|Karen Troxel||Robert D. Gray|
You took a picture of Robert D. Gray's headstone at Cycadia Cemetery in Tarpon Springs, FL. You created an online memorial and listed his middle name as Darwin. Do you know where you got that name from? I'm trying to verify his middle name because the cemetery caretaker had his middle initial as D.
He is my great-great grandfather and I have been doing research on him. When he died in 1882 they were living in Pennsylvania. I'm not sure when his wife, Louisa, moved to Florida, and if she had his body shipped to Florida.
I've ordered his death certificate so I can at least verify where he died. If you have more information on him please let me know.
|Suzanne Thomas||Civil War Photo|
You are quite welcomed.
|Maureen||Katie Savage Sessoms|
I would like for you to lin Katie Savage Sessoms 33099900 to her parents
Katie was my husbands aunt
Added by Maureen on Feb 12, 2009 8:34 PM
There are only two headstones in the plot, that of Sarah and her husband Kollock Harrison. Mr. Harrison has two stones. One at the head and one at the foot. The one at the foot is his military headstone, showing his company and rank. The dates on the two stones are completely different.
Hope this helps you.
Added by Kathy on Dec 05, 2008 8:54 PM
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