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Pat Sistare (#47086882)
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RE: photo request for Florence Fish
You're welcome. I also photographed all of the stones at the cemetery. Check them out.

There were about 8 burials...I assume they are probably all related family to Florence. One of the memorials listed at the cemetery on Find-A-Grave, I didn't find. I may have overlooked it, as it could have been buried in the overgrown grass (weeds).
Added by sibe80 on Jun 09, 2014 9:59 AM
Fran Bundy
Edward McCoy/Ida Kiser McCoy
Pat, Thought I would let you know that their son, Clyde W McCoy married Flora Bryson, daughter of Robert Lee Bryson and Alice Nicholson Bryson of Cashiers, NC, Jackson County. In 1930 & 1940 Clyde & Flora "Flossie" were living in Atlanta, GA, but I'm still uncertain as to their burial place. Thank you! Fran
Added by Fran Bundy on Jan 06, 2013 12:13 PM
Tyrrell "T.C." Burns
The Partins & Smiths
Pat, I was a bit skeptical about finding the Partin & Smith burials at Green Lawn due to the dates of their passing. Green Lawn is relatively new and there are very few resting places that date back to the late 1800's and are very rare. In almost every case, the remains of the loved ones was exhumed from their initial place and re-interned.

I know for a fact that there are others buried at Green Lawn under the same circumstances.

It is my pleasure to be able to meet your request. I also have one additional photograph that shows the sections and each individual lot number. If you so wish, I will email a copy directly to you and include the section and lot numbers for the Partins & Smiths.

Kindest regards,

T.C. Burns

Added by Tyrrell "T.C." Burns on Jul 11, 2012 10:54 AM
Martha E Walker Long
Dear Pat,

I am Allen Walker from Iowa & found your findagrave entry for Martha E Walker Long. She is the sister of my Great-grandfather James Earnest Walker, 10/--/1870 to circa 1903. First off, are you a descendant? 2nd, her mother's name. It is Margaret J. Rea in the obits for Martha and her sisters Elizabeth C Walker Long, (also there @ Ebenezer) and Dora A. Walker McLaughlin, Back Creek Church. But it is Mary, your info AND James & his wife Ada Armstrong's marriage license. Do you know why, nickname?

What are the middle initials for? Do you know more about the Walker's James Henry Walker & Margaret Jane Rea's parents' names & info? Dates of birth & death for James? (have for Margaret) ANY pics? ANY letters? ANY other info? ANY info & other stuff on James Earnest Walker also wanted ESP. date & cause of death.

Looking forward to your reply, THANX ALLEN
Added by adan on Nov 19, 2010 3:22 AM
Linda Steele Baker
RE: Sarah Elizabeth Knight Sistare
Thank you so much for giving me the email address. She responded with such a nice email and we do share a link!
Added by Linda Steele Baker on Aug 19, 2010 12:19 PM
Linda Steele Baker
Family Photos
I saw that you had posted a photo of Sarah Elizabeth Knight Sistare. I believe that she is the sister of my great grandmother - Nancy Lucinda "Lucy" Knight Steele. I was just wondering if you had any other family photos that you might share?
Added by Linda Steele Baker on Aug 11, 2010 10:23 PM
G Schiazza
RE: Photos of G. L. & Susan Campbell
You are welcome. We can only think that G.L. Campbell had a marker in 1866 and then a joint marker was placed when his wife passed in 1911.
Added by G Schiazza on Oct 24, 2009 7:49 PM
Danny Chancellor
RE: william R. Kiser, Find A Grave Memorial 41742505
Thank you for the correction on William R. Kiser. Reference to parents removed.
Added by Danny Chancellor on Oct 18, 2009 5:45 PM
Richard Needham
RE: Thanks for the photos.
You are more than welcome!
Added by Richard Needham on Sep 23, 2009 2:43 PM
RE: Thanks
You are very welcome.

Added by NCGenSeeker on Sep 14, 2009 5:11 PM
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