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I'm researching the Everhart & Little families of North Carolina. The Everharts and related families (Hedrick, Kepley, Younts, Fritts, and others) in Rowan/Davidson County; and the Littles and related families (Garris, Edwards, Jowers) in Anson/Richmond County.|
Please click on the edit button on the memorial and use the suggest a correction (SAC) to add information or to request a transfer of a memorial. Please include your relationship to the person you are asking to be transferred and your contributor number. I only do transfers or corrections through the EDIT tab and Suggest A Correction on the memorial.
Per Findagrave: transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents.
Please do not post a death certificate to a memorial that I manage. If there is information on the d/c that I have not listed, send a SAC and I'll add it. I will not add cause of death.
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Thanks Joni. Sure, I'll get permission from Sandy if I run across any of her photos. I thought you were saying even though your name was on some of the photos, Sandy might have been the one who actually took them. Your name was on the photos I was asking about.
Thanks Joni. I will gladly give credit to both of you. I can put Joni and Sandy. Or if you'd like last names, I'll put them too.
Hi Joni. I would like your permission to use some of your photo from Find A Grave in my ancestry.com tree. Would that be okay? I am currently interested in Northam Cemetery.
Thanks. Jean Lewis
|Randy||Thomas Boone (Northam Cemetary)|
My name is randy Benton and I live in Rockingham NC. I just saw where you left a memorial for Thomas Boone who is buried in Northam Cemetary. Are you kin to him? I he is my great grandmother's half brother...I think. I am researching the Boones, Sweatts, Lucas and Craig families and I believ Thomas is my great great uncle.
If you have any info on him, his family etc...please lets talk. They are a mystery to me and anything I can learn will be greatly appreciated.
Added by Randy on Aug 29, 2012 7:24 PM
A Find A Grave individual, Sandy, said it might be in Mangum District or township if that means anything to you.
Added by Buddy on Jun 04, 2012 5:23 PM
I received word that the location in Rockingham is not known. Any help in finding it?
Added by Buddy on Jun 01, 2012 3:20 PM
|Vicci||William and Fannie Young|
Thank you for the transfer of William and Fannie Young. I really appreciate it!!!
Added by Vicci on Apr 28, 2012 6:27 AM
|junebug||RE: Julius Alexander (?)|
Well. I've got conflicts about his name.
I've found four census records (900, 1910, 1920, & 1930), a birth index, a WWI registration card, a death certificate, and a SSI record...
Here is what they say:
all four census records call him Julius A. Dycus
the birth record says Julus E. Dycus (but list mom as a Hullender)
the WWI card says Julius Alexander Dycus
and (very sloppy) he signed it Julis Alexa...(sloppy)... Dycus
the death certificate says Julius Elexander Dycus
the SSI says Julus Dycus
So, I think you better leave it just like it is... I wouldn't want to
change a family name based on all that conflicting mess...
it just seems that most of the researchers have settled with
Julius Alexander Dycus.
I was worried to do the same, so I thought I'd better ask you.
I thought you'd seen his stone... but, since you've not seen the stone either, we'd better wait on the photo request and then go with what the stone actually says... how does that sound to you?
I certainly appreciate your making the memorial and your kindness in replying. If I find out more, I'll let you know... =0)
Again, thank you!
May the Lord bless you, and your loved ones, this Good Friday.
Added by junebug on Apr 06, 2012 7:20 AM
|junebug||RE: Julius Alexander (?)|
Thank you for the reply.
I understand that quiet a few people use cemetery transcripts.
Julius' daughter, Aileen, married into my cousin's paternal line... and I was mapping it a bit for her so, no, I'm not related by findAgrave standards.
In fact, if there was such a thing, Julius would be my great-great-uncle-in-law... lol.
Added by junebug on Apr 03, 2012 6:16 PM
|Barbara Ann McNeill Murray||John covington Hasty|
My name is Barbara A. Murray my e-mail is JJBAMurray@yahoo.com
Thanks you first for all the work you do. I use this site often. I am concerned about John Covington Hasty. He is my great great grandfather and I have been doing rearch on him for long time. I have few question. How did you know his middle name was Covington? I did not have any prove to that name. I also would like to know about how you obtain the information listed about his father, mother, and great parents. I have heard the names James Martin Hasty, Jr and Mary Susan Airey Covington, etc! I am only asking because if I could find link to his parents it would complete my family history reseach on Hasty family. Please contact me about this information. Thanking you in advance. Barbara
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