|Kaye Heins (#47040109)|
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I have been researching my family and other family members' ancestors for numerous years. I feel that a photo is very important in our research. I will do the best that I can to find cemeteries located in and around the Charleston area.|
PLUS, I have a new camera that I love using.
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|David Lyle||RE: Charles Carl Schrimer|
Kaye, thanks for trying. As I believe I mentioned earlier, I was pretty sure that he wasn't buried in Magnolia Cemetery, but thought that his family may have put a memorial to him there. Many of the other servicemen I've been searching for were buried or memorialized overseas, but were also memorialized back home.
Thank you soo much for getting the photoof Miner Haney. Did you notice who was buried beside him?
Was is Grace Litchfield Haney?
|Geezers||Photos of Hoovers|
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the photos of Tillman, Frances & Jason Hoover. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your hard work. Doris-geezers
Added by Geezers on Mar 03, 2011 8:35 PM
|Ruby Mordecai||RE: Julia Lazarus|
I am relying on the cemetery listings in Dr. Dr. Barnett A. Elzas's book [which is now online]. From my notes, the Mordecai's listed seem to be from 2 or 3 different families. I know the connections of some, but not all. Perhaps their markers are not readable any more. That's sad....
Thank you for your help. I really appreciate it.
|Ruby Mordecai||Julia Lazarus|
Thank you, thank you, thank you for the photo of Julia Lazarus' marker in Coming Cemetery. I thought I'd never get one.......
I really appreciate your effort to make the photo and for posting it on Find A Grave.
|David Lyle||Marion Jenkins|
Thanks for posting the grave marker photo on Lieutenant Jenkins. Would it be OK if I use it on his web page on the Clemson University Scroll of Honor web site? This site memorializes the 470+ Clemson alumni who died in service to their country.
|Ann Parkinson||RE: John Commins|
Ok, Kaye, thanks! And, yes, it is a southern tradition. I'm a 4th generation Floridian but now live in TX. That's what makes kind folks like yourself so invaluable! Thanks again!
|robin pellicci moore||Earl Gasque|
Thank you so much for the photo of Earl's stone. Since his wife is in the same photo I'll place a request for her grave also. I had no info on her so your photo did double duty!
|Ann Parkinson||John Commins|
Thank you for the photo! Looks like his wife, Hattie, is either not buried there or the stone was never inscribed :((
Surely wish I knew!
Thanks again :)) Ann
|Ann Parkinson||Lucian P. Kinder, III|
Oops...forgot to ask, were any others named Kinder buried nearby? Thanks again!
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