|David Dawson (#47042341)|
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Born in Japan, thanks to the US military. Live in Charleston, SC. Went to college in Charleston and never wanted to leave. My father was from Ohio, mother from Michigan. Ancestry is primarily English/Irish/Scots/German/Bohemian. Because of some unique circumstances there is not much available about my family beyond a few generations. |
My wife's family, however, is from Lee County, South Carolina, and her lineage has been easy to trace.
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|Cindy Taylor-Matuse||Edna Lloyd Matuse|
Hi, David! Thanks for the transfer. I appreciate all you've done!
|Caryn Curry||Tabitha Hattaway|
Thanks for the transfer and for the work you do!
David, Thank you for linking Shadrach to his mother and Father. I appreciate it. God bless.
Added by Johnny on Feb 16, 2013 4:43 PM
|Johnny||Shad each|Added by Johnny on Feb 16, 2013 4:41 PM
|Johnny||RE: Mary Grantham|
David, Thank you very much for adding these memorials for Mary and Shadrach Grantham and all the work you do within the Find a Grave community. The links look good and thank you. Since you added the link that completes all of the deceased children of my Aunt Maybelle Watkins Turner. I put in a photo request for Mary and Shadrach. Mary and her twin sister Martha were people that if you ever met you never forgot. Have a blessed day and keep up the good work .
Added by Johnny on Feb 13, 2013 9:53 AM
David, His Daughter N. Elizabeth married a Beasley (as did Catherine), and their daughter Sarah Frances married a Reuss from Southern Illinois and they are my Great grandparents. Please send me an e-mail so I can see which branch your wife (my cousin) is descended from. I did contact Sondra and she has given me permission to copy the photo. Thanks.
Added by KLynn on Jan 24, 2013 9:04 AM
Hi, Simpson Mixon is my 4th great grandfather. I would like to know if you would allow me to have a copy of his headstone picture so I can put it on my tree on Ancestry.com. I have the inscription, which I got from the Lee County, SC Cemetery survey, and you might want to add it to the info portion of his memorial page on Find A Grave. Thanks, Karen
In Memory of:
Born November 11, 1802 Died September 10, 1837
With Full assurance of a blessed immortality beyond the grave.
Go forth fast soldier to thy rest A place prepared in Jesus' breast For since thy us mourn as laid down Thy head shall wear a heavenly crown.
His is the oldest burial in the cemetery, and it is located among a group of wooden headstones. LEE COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA CEMETERIES SURVEY, p. 269.
Added by KLynn on Jan 23, 2013 11:47 PM
|Linda Wright Belgum||Tobe Ferqueron|
Per my cousin, Tobe was a nick name, he was married to Mary A Beasley Ferqueron. Ferqueron name has been mis spelled so many ways. Hopefully you will be able to find him. He had a son Ollie Ferqueron, he was my grandfather he died in 1947. I did find one cencen record with the name WG Ferqueron, he maybe Toby. Any help would be appreiated.
|Alan Smith||george lafayette josey|
George Lafayette Josey, CSA, 23rd SC is buried in Arkansas, not SC. there is a marker for him at Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, Bishopville area, SC, but he died in Arkansas and that is where his final resting place is. please correct your website that indicates he is buried in SC. Thanks
|Rich Ryals||Piedmont Cemetery|
Thanks for the corrections.
I am not related, just like going thru cemeteries. My wife and I had stopped in Bishopville to see the Pryor Topiary gardens and was the Piedmont cemetery was nearby, and I could not resist taking a quick look.
It will take me a few days to go thru the pictures I took at Piedmont, and put them into findagrave as I am still in the B's.
In Murrells Inlet SC
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