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333 (#46960316)
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Bio Photo 83 years old and counting which accounts for any errors I make.
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Brenda A. Darbyshire
Anton S.
I do not know what you are asking. No I will not delete my memorial. You created a duplicate, so Find A Grave says you delete. If you want a transfer, delete yours and I will transfer.
Added by Brenda A. Darbyshire on Feb 25, 2015 12:59 AM
Dennis Hellebusch
RE: J. Fritz Winter
I am sorry I did not see a marker for her.

Dennis Hellebusch
Added by Dennis Hellebusch on Jul 07, 2013 4:19 PM
phillipsp
RE: Mrs. Koutsky
Very interesting (and sad) story. I created a memorial for Mrs. Koutsky in St. Mary's (not the Bohemian) cemetery. I will go ahead and delete it, as I do not try to purposely create duplicates. I don't know why the newspaper published that she was buried at St. Mary's cemetery the day before, although I'm sure the old newspapers contain a lot of errors. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by phillipsp on Jan 09, 2012 10:04 PM
phillipsp
RE: Clara Koutsky
I can remove it if you want. The Koutsky family plot has a large marker with Mary and Joseph Koutsky's names on one side and Barbora and Vaclav on the other side. Around the larger (and newer) marker are the older markers. In front of the side with Barbora and Vaclav are smaller, older markers that only say Matka and Otec (mother and father). In front of the side with Mary and Joseph's names are the same type of markers that say Mother and Father, as well as a marker that says Frankie.

Next to the one that says Mother (Mary's older marker) is the white one that has no inscription on it. I noted in the caption that it might be Clara because it was the only Koutsky family member that had no readable marker. I do not know for sure if it is hers or not. It had fallen over and was laying upside down.

The 2nd photo on Clara's memorial (the one of her grandparents) shows the back of the two markers in the left background. I hope all of that made sense. Let me know if you would like me to remove the pictures from Clara's memorial page, and I will be more than happy to do so.
Added by phillipsp on Jan 07, 2012 8:19 PM
Lee Huggins
From Lee P. Huggins
Hi, I am Lee P. Huggins, 5x great grand son of Solomon Lewis Huggins of Marion County, SC (buried at Huggins Cemetery off 119 and Eldora, GA). I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to meet other relatives and learn more about the Huggins family ancestry. My dad has some some work here in regards to the family ancestry and has even written a book. Year ago, he also did some maintenance and up-keep at the Huggins Cemetery. Please get in touch with me if you have any information to share or would just like to say hello. My wife Liz (Elizabeth) and I live in Effingham County, GA. We have two wonderful children, Garrison and Elizabeth Huggins. Best regards, Lee e: lee.huggins@comcast.net.
Added by Lee Huggins on Dec 02, 2011 12:10 PM
CML Roots
RE: Erastus Haston
You are quite welcome. I was doing some photos for a nearby cemetery and happened to drive by the sign for the Haston cemetery on my way home. I stopped and photographed all the stones there. As I prepared to upload them, I discovered there were a few requests for that cemetery.
The cemetery is in a quiet nook in a beautifu valley. I am sure all souls there are resting peacefully.
Carolyn
Added by CML Roots on Jan 26, 2011 5:57 AM
Nellie Cleo Swearingen Sparrow
RE: Markert
Thank you Bill for bringing this to my attention. I knew some of the Markert's through Jack Abernathy who I graduated with. I also knew his mother and sister. I sure do miss all ofthem!
Added by Nellie Cleo Swearingen Sp... on Jan 18, 2011 12:02 PM
Winnette
Wilton Huggins Laurel Hill
Transfer was made. By the way, my name is spelled Winnette not Wynnette


Winnette Bass Stinson
Added by Winnette on Jan 03, 2011 5:17 AM
Just Plain Nosy
RE: Nancy Carrie Huggins Lewis
I am related to the Hugginses through several different ways. My paternal grandmother was a Huggins. I've traced her line back to a Sarah Huggins, born around 1770, living in Marion County in 1850 and possibly before that. I have no idea where Sarah originally came from.

My maternal great-grandmother was the daughter of Solomon Lewis Huggins' grandson, L. B. Rowell. (She was born out of wedlock.)

By the way, I've been meaning to thank you for posting a photo of Solomon Lewis Huggins on your memorial for him. It was a wonderful and unexpected surprise to see what he looked like!

I'm not closely related to any Lewises that I know of.

Added by Just Plain Nosy on Jul 06, 2010 8:53 PM
Just Plain Nosy
Re: D. A. Huggins
Added the info. Let me know if there's anything else! :)


Thanks!


Christie
Added by Just Plain Nosy on Jan 20, 2009 7:08 AM
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