|Helen Sharpe (#47236106)|
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I have been going genealogy about 12 years now. I am a member of the DAR, UDC, War of 1812 and the Tar River Connections Genealogical Society. Please contact me if you would like to make corrections or make additions. In most cases, I have lots more information about the families I have added to FAG. I would be happy to share information with anyone. Please feel free to use any photos or information I have posted without asking for permission.|
If you would like to take over management of a memorial, please contact me.
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|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Garland Baker Skinner Jr. # 105410937|
Hi Helen, Would you please connect Garland to his parents.
Father: Garland Baker Skinner Sr. # 118453507
Mother: Artis Joyner Skinner # 118452799
Garland Baker Skinner Jr. is buried in Mill Branch Cemetery. His parent are both buried in Rocky Mount Memorial, so is his brother Joseph Ray Skinner.
|JDAVIS||Nettie Hux Cooper|
I know this is a busy time of the year. Since I had not heard from you, I thought I'd try leaving you a message here. I know our emails get overloaded sometimes.
Would you be so kind as to transfer my grandmother's link to me?
Nettie Hux Cooper #52632147
I would so appreciate it.
Thanks for your hard work and Merry Christmas!
Added by JDAVIS on Dec 01, 2013 7:45 PM
|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Grave Memorial# 58465098|
Hi Helen, Please connect the infant child of Jimmy Baker Grave Memorial # 113138431 and Lula Inez Joyner Grave Memorial # 113138409. They are both buried in the Rocky Mount Memorial Park.
The child is buried in the Josiah Baker Cemetery located at the juntion of Old Carriage Road and Redman Road.
Marjorie Joyner Gardiner
|Tracie Curnell||RE: Corrections|
That's fine.I am leaving the state tomorrow and will try to get everything posted that I have before I go.
|Walter Raleigh Terry Jr||C.W. Joyner Cemetery|
I added few names to cemetery such as:
Exum Curl and Nancy Curl
The stone was inside a cedar tree that covered the stone. I believe may be more name of the stone,however, I could not see because of the tree.
I also added Walter Joyner to cemetery 1881 to 1950.
Maybe you have more information regarding the Curl family and hope you can re-visit the cemetery by Allens Nursery and see what you come up with?
Thanks Walt Terry
|~*Debbie*~||RE: John T Lee|
Thanks for your reply, Helen. The more I look into the siblings, the more convinced I am. Also, this John T named a daughter, Ruth, which could be for his "mother", Ruth House Lee. He named his only son, John Jefferson, which could be for his "father" John Henry, and his "brother" Jefferson Davis.
If you aren't related, how did you come across the photograph? Do you know anyone working on this line?
|~*Debbie*~||John T Lee|
I'm interested in the family of John Henry & Ruth (House) Lee, specifically the son shown on the 1870 and 1880 census listed as John T Lee. Is he one of the sons in the photo you posted to Ruth's Memorial and do you have later information on him?
The reason I ask is because I've been doing research for a friend who descends from John T Lee, memorial # 48274103. The only census on which I can positively identify him is the 1910 Dillon Co SC census, living in Carmichael. He lists that he wass born in NC and both his parents were born in NC. He is listed with his wife of 8 years and their 4 small children. He *may* be the John Lee listed on the 1900 Marion Co SC census, Carmichael township, living alone, born NC & both parents born NC.
I am looking at all the John Lee's of this age in NC and the son of John Henry & Ruth seems the most promising. Can you help me to place or eliminate him? My email address is posted to my bio page if you would prefer to respond there.
|Carol Rigsbee||James M. King|
Thank you for your work with Find A Grave. Could you please link my uncle (James M. King #90447809 Forest Hill Cemetery, Nash Co., NC) with my grandfather (Marion Benjamin King #22466410 Pineview Cemetery Edgecomb Co., NC). Thank you so very much.
|Helen Walker||RE: Cemetery Survey|
We are in the process of getting a memorial marker for my brother's grave but the cemetery is so obscured, it would be nice if the cemetery was transcribed. Directions to cemetery, head north on Wesleyan Blvd, immediate after crossing the railroad track there is a clear path to the right that leads to the cemetery. You may also reach it by making a right turn on College Rd, after you pass the business with all the stone or cement in the yard look to the right and you will see an iron pipe that is marked with red paint that is a path also. My aunt told me that as a child she attended Mark's Chapel Baptist church and it was in the woods but at some point there was a fire and a new church was erected at 2355 Leggett Road in Rocky Mount, NC. 27801. 252-977-6771. Thanks so very much for your response.
|Marjorie Joyner Gardiner||Sadie Rae Joyner Nealy (56895295)|
Hi Helen, Please connect Sadie to her parents: Father
Willard Buddie Joyner Mem. # 50225930.
Her mother: Viola Mosley Joyner Parker
Mem. # 56880388
Marjorie Joyner Gardiner
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