|Alabama Poes (#47242651)|
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A proud member of the Daughter's of the American Revolution, United Daughter's of the Confederacy, Daughter's of 1812 and Daughter's of '98 (Spanish American War).|
Unfortunately there are individuals on this site who have made collecting memorials their sole purpose for being here. I do not collect dead people, and I don't care if you are a cousin, or aunt, uncle, friend, classmate, or 4th Great anything, so if there is a memorial I have and you are more closely related to that person than I am, I will gladly transfer them to you. This site is for honoring and remembering people and pets who have passed away, not for hoarding memorials.
The fact that some folks on here have thousands of memorials and refuse to give up even just one they are not related to is absolutely ridiculous.
Any submitted edits will be researched and not accepted without correct proof.
In some of my memorials, the cemetery is not listed as it is either unknown or I haven't had the time to research it. Either way, these individuals deserve to be recognized and I will not remove their memorials just because an individual doesn't like it. Any info you may have on the whereabouts of their remains is appreciated.
If you have requested information, and I haven't responded, please understand that I am either researching it, or have you on a list to research your question. I am presently working on quite a few family trees, and I am extremely busy.
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|Michael Workman||Please contact me|
On Wayne workman's page you say your son in law is his grandson. Wayne was my grandpa wards brother. We never knew uncle Wayne had kids. My son and I thought we were last workman males to keep name going. But the way you talk Waynes son had kids too? Would like more information and get to know family. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jessie Sturdivant||Samuel Bridge|
Findagrave info submitted by Alabama Poes has Joshua Bridge and Barbara/Barberry Millet Bridge and son John. I wish to have someone verify that they also had a son, Samuel Bridge born 1797 who married Anna Stephens, who migrated from Allegany County, NY to Cass County, MI, where they are both buried in Bly Cemetery, Marcellus, Cass Co., MI. I am descended from Samuel's and Anna's daughter, Eunice Bridge, who married Thadeus Oaks/Oakes in NY who went to Cass County, MI and ultimately to Madison County, AL. I have copy of Samuel's Will that names the children - of which the first daughter was named Barbara/Barbaria [similar to Samuel's purported mother?] Please contact me at email@example.com. Thank you in advance.
|Chuck Ryskamp||RE: Miles Baker Holloman|
Thanks Alabama, this information is very much appreciated. Miles B Holloman is also my GGG Grandfather (so I guess we are fourth cousins), and I appreciated the information you shared. Maybe you could answer another question I've been wondering about for years. Did Amanda (Headley) Holloman die from complications of childbirth? Since Harvey was born in Nov. 1840, and she die the same year, and she was quite young (even for 1800's standards), I have always thought it might have been from that. Any idea?
Thanks again for the info.
|Norma Rosenburg||Simon Poe Sr. # 80578920|
You have Simon Poe Sr. info missing and his son is James S Poe Major in the Revolutionary War #80578014
SIMON POE INFOMATION
Born: 1707 in Essex Co Virginia
Died: 8-17-1793 in Chatham, North Carolina
He was 86 when he died.
Father: Samuel Poe Sr born in Nottingham-Derbyshire England (b. 1775. d.8/17/1724 buried in St. Vautier Church Cemetary, Essex County, VA)
Mother: Leonard Mary Poe
Married: His first Wife was Sarah Bradford-Poe daughter of Samuel Bradford. Married in 1751 Carolina Co., N, lived in Anson Co., NC on the Pardee River, d. in 1827 in Fayette Co., Newtonville, AL.
Children: James S Poe Major in the Revolutionary War #80578014. James Married Mary Watts
His Second wife was Rhonda Flowers Marsh Poe and I show no children born by her.
|Norma Rosenburg||Simon Poe, Sr Memorial# 80578920|
Hello everyone, I have more information on my 7th Grandfather Simon Poe. His dad is Samuel Poe # 16294184. I have this traced back to 1540 if anyone wants it :) My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|harold owens||RE: Letty Poe Richardson|
yes you can transfer her to me,, took me many year,s to run down my poe side have my richadson,s, surber,s letty one grandson alvin henry married my great grandmother,, cathrine loiusa surber, they both died in smyth co va, i have been to there graves, they buried in the McClure graveyard close to chillhowe va,, glad to meet other kin too cousin thank you kindly
|harold owens||poe family|
letty poe richardson is my ggg grandma,,,son william HARRISon richardson my gg grandpa wife cathrine reedy, there son alvin henry richardson my great grandpa married cathrine louisa surber, died smyth co va
|Joe Sasnett||Pernina "Sessoms" Sasnett|
I wonder if you would share some of your research with me? How do you know that Pernina Sasnett (wife of James H Sasnett Sr.) was a "Sessoms"...just asking for my records.
Also you state on her memorial that she was Cherokee..how reliable is this information? I know two of her descendents who have had their DNA analyzed and the results came back negative for any American Indian blood.
|Joe Sasnett||RE: Waving Flag|
Thanks for letting me know that I can copy symbols from other pages and add them to my scrapbook ... I didn't know that. I found a GREAT Civil War symbol that I am adding to some Sasnett Civil War veterans memorials. Joe
|Joe Sasnett||Symbols left on memorials|
Do you have a source for symbols like the flaming torch that you sometimes leave on Find A Grave memorials? I'm looking for a waving Civil War flag.
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