I started researching my family history a few years ago. One day I had photographed my family, and then started taking pictures of other stones that were in bad condition, worrying the info might be lost. I ended up with over 600 pictures that day.
This site has helped me find members of my family, and I love looking for markers for other people. It's like a treasure hunt, and gives so much joy to provide pictures for others. I enjoy helping people find parts of their stories....
RE: Francis & Elizabeth Jane Northey You are welcome. Have you tried looking for records on the Cornwall Online Parish Clerk site, Cornwall OPC for short, its totally free and they have a lot of info from Baptisms to marriages , burials , some wills, census, papers too many to mention. I also managed to get a reasonable photo of the headstone of two of Francis and Elizabeth's children, I think its slightly better than the one already on Find A Grave. Can email if you would like. Regards Maureen
RE: Anderson Fambrough Hello Catherine, Thank you for your note but golly, you left me a mystery. Are you a Fambrough,I must be related to you some way, Are you in Texas and can we correspond regarding Anderson? That's a lot of questions I know but I have even more. I would love to get in touch w/you.
Lola My husbands father was Lola Roper Liles brother in Wilson N.C. Purvis Graham Liles was the oldest of 12 siblings of Joseph K. Liles and Mary Catherine Brown Liles.Purvis is my husband James Donald Liles father but he died in 1983 in Wilson. We make trips to Wilson and will be there this June. My husband graduated from Coon HS. Lola was the fifth child of this large family. All the 12 children have died so we do not know the full story. We thought she was 16 and wondered why she died so young. My husband heard that she was a beautiful young lady. Hope this information helps and if you find out more information please email me firstname.lastname@example.org .
GM3 John L. Edwards can you help me with a picture of John L. Edwards' grave, he was a sailor on board of the SS Timothy Pickering and died in Sicily. He is buried in the Princeton Cemetery, Princeton North Carolina