|Jeff Lovelace (#47081527)|
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Thank you for your sojourn here.
"Yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes."
"We must forgive our enemies. I can truly say that not a day has passed since the war began that I have not prayed for them." from Part 8, Chapter 19 of "A LIFE OF GEN. ROBERT E. LEE." BY JOHN ESTEN COOKE
This was written by Robert E. Lee after the
Civil War. It is still timely and true for
"Knowing that intercessory prayer is our
mightiest weapon and the supreme call for
all Christians today, I pleadingly urge our
people everywhere to pray. Believing that
prayer is the greatest contribution that our
people can make in this critical hour, I
humbly urge that we take time to pray- to
Let there be prayer at sunrise, at noontime,
at sundown, at midnight-all through the day.
Let us pray for our children, our youth, our
aged, our pastors, our homes. Let us pray
for our churches.
Let us pray for ourselves, that we may not
lose the word "compassion" out of our
Christian vocabulary. Let us pray for our
nation. Let us pray for those who have not
known Jesus Christ and His redeeming love,
for moral forces everywhere, for our leaders.
Let prayer be our passion.
Let prayer be our practice."
Thus He remembered that they were but flesh, A wind that passes and does not return.
For He Himself knows our frame; He is mindful that we are but dust.
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|Matthew Clark||RE: Drury Lovelace?|
Thank you for the quick reply. I show Drury Dobbins as the son of Thomas E with his siblings as Elijah, Mary Jane and so on. Thank you for your work.
|Pattypop||RE: Photo of Marker for Chester & Gladys|
Hey Jeff! I don't know why I never covered that area until now. I have been to that cemetery before and my husband actually has relatives there and they are McFarlins. Gladys' photo request actually said Gladys McFarlin but her tombstone is Gladys Roberts. I'm guessing that was her maiden name or she married a McFarlin after Chester McFarlin passed. Anyway, it is a nice little cemetery and it was all shaded, which made it a pleasant excursion in this 90 degree weather! Holler if you need anything down this way.
Added by Pattypop on Jul 19, 2016 8:22 AM
|Matthew Clark||Drury Lovelace?|
Hi Jeff, I'm a descendant of Minnie Ester Lovelace, daughter of Drury Lovelace, son of Thomas E Lovelace. Any information on him? I don't see him in your list of children for Thomas.
|Loyal Limb||RE: Obituary|
Thanks Jeff. I'll keep my eyes open!
|Loyal Limb||RE: Carter County|
I'm always looking for forgotten cemeteries. I'm currently searching in the in the Roan Mountain area. One of the problems is that a cemetery may have been, or is, called several names depending on who you talk to. When I find different names I always get Find A Grave to add an AKA. I frequently see Edwards graves. Give me the details for the person/ people you're looking for and I'll see what I can find. If I find a cemetery that has been called Edwards I'll let you know and get it into Find A Grave. There are still thousands of graves in this county that are not in the find a grave data base. That will keep me busy until I'm added to that number.
|Marshall Styles||RE: Articles|
Thanks for the notice.
Have a good day, Jeff.
|Ross Howell||Mary Perry|
Hello Jeff Lovelace, I am so sorry that I missed all your messages but my wife passed away and I didn't do anything for a few years. I moved away and changed internet companies and so my email address changed. But I am back now you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org I now live in Pismo Beach California. I have a lot of information on Mary Perry and John Howell. There were two John Howell's in the Revolutionary War and it seems they were both everywhere, Mary couldn't remember where she was married to John and it caused her to have to fight for John's revolutionary war pension. it took her almost eight years of fighting in court to finally win. I found all of it a little amusing. Her biggest problem was proving that she was married to him and some of the judges were not convinced that one person could have been all the places that John Howell had claimed to have been. I will talk to you later.
|lola parker||RE: Jannievee L. Parker|
CHARLES ELLISON PARKER IS HER SON AND HE DIED IN DAVENPORT FLORIDA BUT WAS BURIED IN GASTONIA NC AT GASTON MEMORIAL PARK. HE DIED IN JAN.2001. HE DOESN'T HAVE A MARKER AND HIS WIFE IS BURIED BESIDE HIM. HE WAS A WW2 VETERAN ALSO. FAILING R. PARKER WAS HIS FATHER.HIS WIFE'S NAME IS DOROTHY L.VAUSE PARKER.
Re: to Alice R Elkins she was my grandmother,I have a picture of the headstone,took it myself,,it was a picture of her I wanted...I do not have one never got to see her...Jerldene Elkins
|Carroll||RE: Lila June Elkins|
My relation to Debora Owenby is very distance (6th cousin). On Ancestry Lila June Elkins is listed as divorced from Joseph Owenby. I don't know about her parents.
I started researching the Ownby, Ownbey, Owenby & Owensby family about a dozen or so years ago and it is very difficult because of all the different ways they spelled their last name and not all researchers on Find-A-Grave use the spelling that is on the tombstone. most all in this area trace back to John Ownbey Find A Grave Memorial# 42092661 (my 5th greatgrandfather)my grandmother Ida Leola Ownbey Biddix Find A Grave Memorial# 11900132
Thanks for all you do
Added by Carroll on Jun 14, 2016 3:56 PM
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