|Dominique Potier||Eldon R Frost|
Please apologize me if it's too private .
Could you tell me if your cousin Mr Eldon R Frost was a WW2 Airborne during the WW2 ?
Happy 4th of July
|john derry||christopher brunk|
i think i may have found his stone hard to read if you want pic email me at firstname.lastname@example.org not find him on find a grave site so i did not put it on.
|Tina Trivette||RE: James Robinson|
Thanks so much for the information. I have not been able to establish where James Robinson was born. I have some old notes from the Yadkinville/Mocksville/Lexington NC area, but nothing decisive. One note is an invitation to a dance at Yadkin College from around 1860. I thought he might be from that area, but I can't say for sure. Is Hannah Oliver a daughter of James and Winaford Oliver? James was born around 1834. Again, thanks so much!
Tina Robinson Trivette
|Tina Trivette||James Robinson|
I noticed that you are related to James Robinson who is buried at the Robinson cemetery on North Fork Road. He was my great, great grandfather and I have been trying to find information on him for a long time. I would really appreciate any information that you have. I have been trying to find his father and mothers name but have had no luck. Thanks very much!
Tina Robinson Trivette
|CemeteryMan||Ruth Odena Coffey|
Ruth is buried in the Coffey Cemetery at Shull's Mill. You had left flowers and a note with her memorial asking who H. O. & Zettie Coffey were. I have additional information if you haven't answered that question yet.
Let me know.
|Laura Lohr||Jacob Brunk continued|
Oh, and here is the website I found it on with some other information about the graves.
|Laura Lohr||Jacob Brunk Photo Request|
I have found a photo of this grave on another website. Since the photo was not taken by me, I didn't want to fulfill the photo request.
Here is the link.
|Eva Coffey||Eva J Coffey|
Thank you Yes Frank was a great man I can truly say that there was no better Husband or Father then Frank Coffey was He was my life him and our children Eva Jean Coffey
|Ruth ||RE: Calvin Barlow|
Yes, Calvin was my 2nd great grandfather and John, Jr. was my 4th great grandfather. So "Hello" right back to you, Cousin. It's nice to meet another cousin!
Julius P., son of Calvin, was my great grandfather. To date, I've not be able to find out what happened to four of Calvin's seven known children. He also had a son named John.
John was a favorite Barlow name, apparently. Most recently, I've just been trying to unravel all of the John Barlows in Alfred's family. Alfred was a brother of Calvin. He was married twice and had a son named John from each marriage. What a trip this has been. LOL!
Take care and keep in touch.
Added by Ruth on Mar 15, 2013 7:26 PM
|Ruth ||Calvin Barlow|
I just noticed your 'flower' on the memorial of Calvin Barlow (# 72442075) and am curious as to how you are related. Calvin was my paternal 2nd great grandfather, thus if you are related to Calvin, we must be cousins, also.
Added by Ruth on Feb 08, 2013 7:03 PM
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