|Richard Dickson (#47164760)|
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|I grew up in Va. Beach, Va., moved to North Carolina for a job in 1972 and have been here ever since. I now live in Cary near the capital city, Raleigh.|
Researching: Dickson, Talbott, Petty, Tate, Hale, Davis, Christian, Finley.
Also some allied families: Cooke, Gordon, Taylor, Jordan.
[July 01,2014]-Please note my NEW email address below:
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|MTB||Williams, Harriet & Richmond|
You were correct regarding both Richmond and Harriet, they were both buried in separate Talbott's plots. Harriet is in her father's plot, Charles Talbott as is her daughter Elvelyn who is marked. (I assume Harriet, though unmarked is next to her her daughter. I requested the manager to add the Richmond's and Harriet's links). Richmond is in James Talbott's plot, as near as i can tell James and Charles were brother's.
Hope this helps
Added by MTB on Jun 24, 2014 12:12 PM
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|gordonphilbin||RE: Peter Belin|
I found the information about him on a historical blog called "Faces of the Hindenburg".
I am not related to him, I added his name on FindAGrave because I think everyone involved in a historic disaster should be remembered.
Do you want me to move his memorial to your page?
|Noreen Cullen||RE: Col. Elisha Hale|
Richard, you are so welcome. It was too hot yesterday to spend more time looking for other gravestones, but I will get back there before too long, if you have others you need. I'm glad that his was so readable!
All the best,
|Just Laura||Hale Graves|
I will try and get to the cemetery this week and take pictures of all graves in the area of Horace and Rebecca's graves :)
|Pat||Charles Henry Talbott, Sr|
You are very welcome. I enjoy helping others. Pat
Added by Pat on Feb 26, 2013 2:51 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Eloise De Winter Cooke|
Always glad to help
|SaMo History||My Grandmother|
Thank you noticing that!
|C Branscome||RE: Horace Hale|
The book doesn't mention how Catherine (Hale) Dickson died. does mention both her children with birth dates but stops the line there.
Catherine's siblings were
1. Horace H. , b 25 Sept 1825; died 12 April 1832 (FInd A Grave ID# 78714674 - have sent a SAC to link him in)
2. Rebecca Thompson Hale, b 19 Dec 1829, d 30 Jan (Book says in 1825 but also says age was 5 years, 1 month with a notation that this was taken from a gravestone so it was probably 1835 - a rare misprint for this book) Can't find her memorial though suspect she is buried in Green Cemetery in Glastonbury.
3. Virginia H. b 14 Oct 1832; died at Cavalla, Africa 23 March 1856; m. 5 Sept 1850 Rev. Cadwalader Colden Hoffman. One daughter who died at age 2. (FYI - Do a google search on her husband and it'll show a write-up on her with her picture from "Portraits of American Women in Religion")
Hope this helps.
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