|Herb Clark (#47250773)|
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Avid outdoors person; cycling, camping, shooting, hiking, searching cemeteries to help others. Amateur genealogist. Favorite movies: "Oh brother, where art thou?", "Last man standing", new "3:10 to Yuma". Favorite group: "ZZ Top". Motto: "Never slow down, never grow old" (stolen from Tom Petty).|
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|Kristen Burton||Pine Lawn ---Pelzer SC|
They put up new signs put one on here says it needs approval can you approve this ?
Thanks for all the pictures that I was able to collect from this: Melton/ Newton/ Parks.
|Margaret Reynolds||Samuel Moore|
Herb I have been searching for information on my ggggrand father Samuel Moore who apparently died 1857 Sullivan Twp. His wife was Jane Caroline Sullivan Moore, b. 1798 d. 17 Nov 1871 and is buried at Lebanon United Methodist Church cemetery. I show Samuel L Moore was born 1793 Greenville SC. I descend through their son Hewlett Sullivan Moore, through his second marriage to Temperance Shepherd Bishop.
I would like to determine if this stone belongs to my Samuel as he is the end of the road on that line of my family tree.
|mfb59Margaret Bagwell||Tollison and Woods|
Thank you. I know how much time it takes.
|Dixie Peanut||RE: Young Jehu & Frances Culbertson|
Thanks for your note, Herb.
Always glad to help if possible.
|Dixie Peanut||Young Jehu & Frances Culbertson|
Young Jehu & Frances Culbertson (cousins) mar. in 1854 & lived in the Laurens area. If you'd like, and don't already have them, I'll be glad to send you a picture I have of each one.
Thanks for the time you've taken to post about our
Culbertsons in the Old Quaker Cemetery, Laurens, SC.
|ronileigh||Thank you soo much|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph my great uncle and Aunt's headstone! I really appreciate it so much. Would you mind if I save a copy to add to my family tree?
|Scrib & Barb Kelly||Nash Graves|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of the Nash's in New Harmony Church Cemetery. We really appreciate your time and effort to fulfill our familiy's request.
|Kenard Jones||Guy McHugh|
Hello Herb, Thank you so much for photographing Guy McHugh's tomb. It's People like you that Help us fullfill our history records and draws us closer together like we use to be. Once again...Thanks,
|Michelle ~ღ ƸӜƷ||Re: Leander Moore|
Thank you for trying to find his grave, it might be unmarked. Thanks again for your time and kindness.
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