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|Beth Ivie-Allen||RE: Elijah Clark Arnold|
If you could give me Clark Arnold's memorial number so I may make additions to his bio, that would be lots of help.
|jean worrell||RE: chancellor|
I would love last names please and if you have there Mem numbers that would help a bunch, Thanks for all you.
There graves are marked as unknown. Sorry, Sharon McNary
UNK MERRITT, ANDREW JACKSON January 10, 1922 10-18-1899 H OF LETITIA CR
UNK MERRITT, CHARLES J 9-0-1870 December 27, 1900 S OF ANDREW & LETITIA CR
UNK MERRITT, LETITIA ELIZABETH 12-9-1841 October 4, 1927 W OF ANDREW DICKERSON CR
Added by Slick on Jun 18, 2015 10:15 PM
|Grace Cook||RE: coots|
I wish I could help you with info . I have researched the families of McCuiston/McQuiston and have found two marriage records with the same date and place for Mary McCuiston. One states her husband as John Cook and one as John Coots. I'm interested in the John Cook. Buffalo Presbyterian church in Guilford County was where some of the McCuistons attended. According to records from early families of Guilford County Robert McQuiston lived near Horsepen Creek and his wife was named Anne. Their Children were Moses, Walter, James, Robert , Jean, Margery, Sarah and Mary.The record states that Mary Married John Coots in 1769 and that she was his second wife. I do know that there were three McQuiston/McCuiston brothers who were members of the Nottingham Colony, Thomas, Robert and James. Also there is a book "The Descendants of John McCuiston" it might help.
|Janie Pace||RE: bryant worrell|
Contact the Registrar at your local Sons of the American Revolution and Sons of 1812 organizations and let them know of your desire to join. Give them your patriots names and they will provide you the applications and help you with your proof. Attend the monthly meetings and get to know the group. I know you'll enjoy it! Janie
|Judy Richards||RE: byrd|
Please be more specific regarding the help with the Bird or Byrd that you are seeking from me. For instance, where are they buried? What are their memorial numbers? I will try to help then.
|fourdots4||RE: James Dotson|
No, I do not believe there is any connection.
|fourdots4||RE: James otson|
Please be more specific regarding the help with the Crocketts that you are seeking from me. For instance, where are they buried? What are their memorial page #'s? I will try to help then. Lin (Just recovering from eye surgery.)
Added by Lin on Apr 18, 2015 3:19 PM
|Judy Allen||John Dunn|
What cemetery is he is Clarence?
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