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|mel truman||RE: Thank you!|
I'm not sure what for but you're welcome
|Peace4me||RE: Thank you!!!|
You are welcome! I put some other photos on the Newmans that where in this same plot. There is a Martha Newman 1882-1929 in this same plot, I didn't see a memorial for her. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Mar 05, 2016 8:09 PM
|Barbara Yandle Morales||RE: Samuel Yandle/Yandel|
This is what I call my Samuel. There were 5 brothers that migrated down to what is now the Mecklenburg County area of North Carolina; and there names are:Andrew, James, William, and Samuel
and another Samuel. The first 4 men almost always spelled their surname as Yandell, and then the other Samuel show always spelled it Yandle. I think he is a half brother to the other 4. This is because when I managed to find and get a copy of an obituary for my 2nd great Aunt Martha who married William Osier Harmon in the Lancaster, SC newspaper. She died in Van Wyck, SC on April 24, 1923 it not only told me about another sister of hers who was still living but also told me that this sister was going to turn 99 in June and that she had married a 2nd cousin. I then immediately went to searching for this new 2nd great-aunt and found her. She married Miles Milton Yandel (his father Samuel Milton is the son of James Yandell and his wife Martha Walker and we believe that he must have had a falling out with his father because he changed the spelling of his last name to Yandel and he is not mentioned at all in his father James's will) I was also able to find and obtain copies of the obituaries for both Sarah Elizabeth and Miles Milton which also clearly states that they were cousins. So if they were 2nd cousins then their fathers have to be 1st cousins which would then make their grandfathers brothers! Yes I do have a copy of the 3 page document that Samuel Yandle wrote that is dated January 25, 1812 in which he is describing the land, etc that he is selling to his son William Yandle, Sr for $8. William Yandle, Sr is my 2nd great-grandfather. I come down from their oldest child and son John Yandle. I do have a copy of 2 different death notices for John so I know when he died but not where he is buried or his exact birth date. John had 4 wives and he had children with the first 3. 5 with his first wife Amy Eve
Fisher Robinson Yandle; one with the 2nd Martha
'Patsy' Reddin and 4 with the 3rd Alcey Emeline
Helms Ivey. Alcey is my great-grandmother. She was married prior to marring John to Jesse T. Yandle and they had one child Rachel Eugenia Ivey
John raised her as he did Amy Eve's 2 sons by her first marriage. Rachel Eugenia married the brother of Nancy Key who married my great-uncle
Solomon Yandle. Solomon Andrew, Julina (who died about about 2 years of age, she is listed in the 1880 death list form the census) David Ransom; who is my grandfather and John Jesse who must have died sometime the 1880 census and the 1900
census as I have NOT been able to find any other records on him. William Yandle Sr and his wife
Elizabeth Harkey are buried in the Old Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, located in what is now Indian Trail, Union County, NC. I have a feeling that John is also buried there but as there are about 235 unmarked graves there and no one has any clue as to where the church records went when they either tore down or moved the church to put in highway 74 I may never ever know for certain.
However 2 sons and a daughter of William and Elizbeth are there along with many grandchildren.
John himself has a daughter, a daughter-in-law (my grandmother Janie Louisa Polk Yandle who died when my dad was a baby), a granddaughter and a grandson buried there. If you will contact me with your home address I will make a copy of the document I have in Samuel's handwriting and send it to you. I also have a copy of a document that was written up by 2 grandchildren of William Yandle, Jr (great-grandchildren of William and Elizabeth) telling all that their grandfather had told them about his parents and siblings. I have used it as a guide and I have proved a great deal of the data stated in it to be true. In it they tell that they were told that William, Sr had a family bible and that over the years it has gone missing. What I wouldn't give to find out who has it and if not able to buy it from them then be able to make copies of the family tree pages in it. As no one that I know of has been able to find out any single clue as to who Samuel Yandle was married to and thus who was the mother of William Yandle, Sr and his brother Jesse. In fact William, Sr also named one of his sons Jesse. Jesse and William, Jr married sisters. I have obituaries for both of the wives and for William, Jr but Jesse died in 1882. I do have a copy of his will. I also have copies of two documents that shows where John was living in Union County
all though as far as I can tell he never actually owned any land of his own. I would also give almost anything to be able to find pictures of John, William and Elizabeth. I do have pictures of my grandfather David as well as of both of his wives. All my David's children with the exception
of his youngest are now deceased. My beloved Uncle Mark will turn 92 this coming Nov. 2nd and he and his wife will have been married 70 years on December 1st of this year. My home phone number is (704)825-1541; please feel free to call me. I will glady share all that I have with you.
I have spent over 30 years researching my Yandle/
Yandell/Yandel/Yandles roots. I was very close to my BELOVED DAD and I miss him more and more every single day goes by and how I wish he had been able to live long enough to know his only grand-child. If he and my mother were living they would be 103 years old this year. I will to hear back from you. Most likely a close cousin of yours.
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||RE: Hi Krista|
I am so sorry about that! I misread 1849 for 1819. There may not be a stone, but if there is, I will find it! I know what section and plot now, so if he's there, I'll get him for you!
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||Redux|
I am suddenly uncertain of this shot--please put the request back in. The stone right next to this is for Elizabeth Burwell, and she was the wife of Nathaniel, died 1849, which I fear I mistook for 1819. I am sorry. I will keep a special eye out for your Nathaniel my next visit.
|Krista AQ & Tommy Thompson||Photo request for # 135100656|
Hi! That was an accidental fulfillment, I didn't realize there was a request out. I can make out "Nathaniel Burwell" and "1819." The stone is very worn. If you want, I will make another visit in the next few weeks and see what I can do with the flash.
|Barbara B||RE: Thank you for the|
You're welcome for the photos...glad to help!
|Martha Hallett||John Hunt|
I added photos for his wife Nellie to her memorial page.
|Martha Hallett||Loretta Henn|
I also added photos for her husband Lester to his memorial page. Feel free to use the photos.
|Chris Painter||RE: Hello!|
Caroline, I looked in Probate Court this morning for a will or estate for Thomas Newman who died in 1886. Unfortunately, I did not find any records pertaining to this individual.
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