|sticksandstones||RE: Senior or junior|
Hunter, Jr built the present day house. His father built a smaller frame house that burned in the 1900s. The first line of the bio should have read Theophilus Hunter, Sr. Thanks for asking and sorry for the confusion.
|sticksandstones||RE: Senior or junior|
|LeRoy Krsiean||RE: alma mcneese|
Margaret, thank you for your kind words. When possible I like to post death and/or birth certificate information when I can find it. In addition, I make the extra effort to find the residential address where the deceased person lived. As in this case with you, I strive to provide as much information as possible. As far as I have ever seen on Findagrave memorials, I am the only person who tracks down residential addresses associated with a deceased person. To me this is the classic Golden Rule: "Do onto others as you would have them do onto you". I know that if I were on the receiving end of a Findagrave memorial, I would indeed like to learn what I can from death/birth certificates, and see a photo of the house my relative used to live in.
New but related subject #1. I am aware of the spelling variation in the surname. Is there something I can do for you to correct or better explain the spelling variation? Also, if you have any photos of the deceased, I would be happy to post it / them for you.
New subject #2. Would you like for me to transfer the memorial to you? I do not own memorials, as some people seem to think they do. If you would like the memorial, just ask and I'll transfer it immediately. LeRoy.
|Ida Turner||Emanuel McNiece|
First let me thank you for your memorial to Emanuel McNiece. I am a descendant and I greatly appreciate the information. Would you please share where you located most of it? I have always been told by my grandmother; Ida Mae Murrell Tatum, dau. of Carrie E. McNeese that they were from Scotland. Are you from the McNieces? James was the son of Emanuel Henry McNiece or McNeese, is that correct?
I have been trying to find documentation on Emanuel Henry's father. I believed him to be William T. but I have no real documentation. I have started down the ancestry path always to land up with the wrong location and family.
|shannon schmidt||Lonnie Noyes|
Hi Margaret, shannon here. The Phyllis you mentioned in your summary is not Alonzo's Phyllis. Phyllis Lang my 2x great grandmother was born in 1853 and died in 1931. I have not located her grave site at Bodwue Bello although most of her family is there
|Old Southern Belle||re: Bright|
I just reviewed the Bright memorials in NC and discovered several contributors have guessed at the names on some of them. I see I have some correcting to do and about 4 or 5 siblings to add to Julia's memorial. So check back on the memorials in a few weeks and maybe the data will be correct.
|Old Southern Belle||re: Bright/Parker|
My maternal grandfather was Mack Roberts of Durham NC. In his family was a cousin Edward Alexander Roberts. Two of Edwards 6 daughters married Bright brothers. Julia Elizabeth Roberts married Madison Donald Bright and her sister Lana Vance Roberts married Jonas Wesley Bright. They were sons of Charles Madison Bright & Mary Andrews Bright.
Other than Julia & Lana I have not researched the Bright family. Is there something special you would like me to lookup?
|tisanders||RE: Council Stephenson's grave site|
Thank you for the info. I looked on the website with the maps and found it kind of frustrating to use. I didn't see the Stephenson name, but I guess your info is from the book? Anyway, I've copied the info for my notes.
I also looked for my Holmes in Henry County. I found one Holmes, but not necessarily mine. Anyway, I will play around and see what else I can find. Thank you again for telling me about the site.
|tisanders||Edward C. McNiece|
Just wanted to let you know that I located the death certificates of Edward and Alma McNiece. I've linked Eddie to Laura & James McNiece. They died in Arizona.
I have enjoyed reading the bios on your memorials. I am also a Stephenson descendant. My line is Ernest Council Stephenson and his first wife Jackie Ann Nobles, their daughter Mary Elizabeth Stephenson Holmes, her son Council Briant Holmes, his son James Henry Holmes, my mom Margie Nell Holmes Wheeler, then me.
Margaret Elizabeth Touchton Noyes was my half-second cousin, 2x removed.
Is she your mother?
Tina (Wheeler) Sanders
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