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Lisa Pedersen (#47035380)
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Photo Request
I just fulfilled your photo request for Tom Burdett, Pennyroyal Cemetery Georgetown SC, but I am afraid the photos are not very good. The mausoleum was dark, and the polished granite walls played havoc with my flash. The next time I am down there, I will try again with a different flash unit.
Added by whitpet on Sep 19, 2014 1:39 PM
Tracy C.
RE: Glendy Grave Pic
You're very welcome. I enjoy doing it, especially when I know it's appreciated.

Added by Tracy C. on Aug 05, 2014 7:29 PM
RE: Burrows Grave Picture
your welcome its a beautiful place and i work by it i can send you a pic of the church beside it to if you would like it
Added by Laura on Jul 26, 2014 4:41 PM
Keith Williams
Baynham Cemetery

I really did not look at the other graves too much. When we were there the person that mowed the grass was waiting to mow. I hope to go back again sometime during the summer and would be glad to look for the grave.
Added by Keith Williams on Jun 09, 2014 8:04 PM
Keith Williams
RE: Baynham Cemetery
My ancestor was Stephen Mayfield. We visited the grave of Stephen Mayfield's grandson in Tennessee several years ago. It was a similar situation of an old neglected cemetery in a farmer's cow pasture. What Mr Brown has done for Baynham Cemetery is a wonderful thing and I appreciated what he has done.
I don't think that I would have found the cemetery without your help. I was always closer than I ever realized but could never find it.
Added by Keith Williams on Jun 09, 2014 9:35 AM
Keith Williams
RE: Baynham Cemetery
Hello Lisa,

I hope that you are doing well. I visited the Baynham Cemetery today. My Uncle who was visiting from Illinois went with me. I was able to locate the cemetery without any problem thanks to the help that you provided to me. I was able to visit the grave of my great-great-great-great grandfather. I didn't get to meet Mr Brown as he was out of the area today. I met two of the employees that were maintaining the property and conveyed our appreciation for Mr Brown's efforts to maintain and preserve the cemetery. Both my Uncle and I enjoyed visiting the cemetery and the grave of one of our ancestors. I hope to visit the cemetery again someday and hope to meet Mr Brown and personally thank him. I want to thank you again for your help.

Added by Keith Williams on Jun 04, 2014 7:27 PM
jo annjo ann leifeste
Sgt G
Good morning: I have sent this info to a relative of John's in MO and that person asked how they got John's and the other two bodies back home for burial and also who are the other two men.

I guess you don't know or you would have included that info but any idea where this info might be found? Thank you.
Added by jo annjo ann ... on Apr 30, 2014 10:13 AM
Kristy Rice
Found them both. Charles Noble #33623032 & Jacob Franklin #46137228. I'm sending in edits to the owners so they are linked.
Thanks Again,
Added by Kristy Rice on Apr 15, 2014 10:47 PM
Kristy Rice
RE: Marthe Beeler/ Long Branch Cemetery
WoW! Now that's what I call a heck of a mystery solved! So the Sarah and Sinia(Sina) that you have as a maiden name of "Lee" are actually Beeler. I will look for Charles Noble and Jacob Franklin. My aunt is just thrilled! Now that we know the 1st Martha is the mother of Greenfield. That is her gg grandfather. She never knew much about her family. So I wanted to do what I could for her since she is now in her 70's. She has meant the world to me since I was little. Thank you for helping me and her. I kept finding info showing the Sina(Sinia) was Charle's child. There was someone in his family line with the same name. And odd names seem to always be passed down. Makes you wonder why no one was ever named Martha! HAA! I must say, it made it easy for him. He could never call his wife by the wrong name! If I find where Martha Cutler's 2 children are I will let you know. Thank you a million times over. People like you are the reason I love this website.
Kristy Rice & Karen Beeler(My Aunt)
Added by Kristy Rice on Apr 15, 2014 10:25 PM
Kristy Rice
RE: Marthe Beeler/ Long Branch Cemetery
More confusion: I have found several things stating the children of each wife. Here's the kicker! (Almost at the bottom of the page is the info)

6. Charles Beeler, b 1785 in Berkeley County, VA, d 11 Mar 1862 (tombstone), age 77, Rochester Township, Andrew County, Missouri; m 1) Martha _?_, 9 children, George W., John R., Jane T., Noah H., Lucinda, Sinia, Eleanor, Sara, Greenfield F.; m 2) Martha Lee, 2 children, Charles Noble, Jacob Franklin, m 3) Martha Arbgass.16

So who's kids are who's? And the biggest one; 3 MARTHA'S! Really, I'm mean really! Why do they have to do this to us! Like you stated I think they did it just to confuse us 150 years later. This is only one of a few I've found on the subject. All state about the same thing.
I'm confused!
Added by Kristy Rice on Apr 14, 2014 6:51 PM
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