|Jeremy P. Phillips (#47251723)|
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I was born in North Carolina but have lived in Florida since I was a child. Most of my family are in North Carolina, Ohio, Alabama and Tennessee, and I don't often get a chance to visit family grave sites. This website has been really helpful with my genealogical research.|
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|Daniel Champion||Location of Champion Burial Ground|
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This little graveyard is NOT at Cedar Springs. Cedar Springs is on the other, the west, side of Jacksonville. This graveyard is located east of the city of Jacksonville just off the Whites Gap-Rabbit Town Road on the property of the A.C. Shelton family nearing Highway 9.
|Nancy Cornelius||Poole family at Memory Hill|
I was able to find all 5 of the Poole family posted in this cemetery in the same general area. It was really cold so I did not spend a lot of time, but I did not find Earlie's wife. There are 2 ceramic flower pots next to Clarence(who is next to Earlie) that is believed to be unmarked tombstones. Will try to check later when the weather is a little warmer.
|Richard Ferguson||Carldean/Carl Dean|
Yes it is a Woman. Carl Dean/Carldean was my wife's hair dresser for several years. As long as we knew her we were not sure if it was one word or two. Mary Ann always wrote the check Carl Dean and she never corrected her
|Linda Ullom Buchanan||Effie C. Matkins|
The date on stone does not match your entry. I am thinking the stone is correct:
July 30, 1887
Linda Ullom Buchanan
|Cindy Lopez||Richard Dalton Phillips|
Richard is buried at kimesville baptist church beside our mother. I think the marker was damaged by lawn mower.I'd like to talk to you. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (336)2262014
|Shelburn Wilkes||Lewis Mattox (#66124216)|
Jeremy...As requested, the middle name for this entry has been corrected. Thank you.
|Margaret Green||Champion Family|
Thanks so much for the obituary for Evelyn Champion. Her mother was my grandfather's sister, Mary McCullough Champion. The other information you provided is also very helpful. Thanks again for "going the extra mile" for me.
|Margaret Green||Georgia Ann Shell Champion|
Since you didn't include pictures of the actual tombstones for Georgia Ann Shell Champion and there are no pictures for the children linked to her, I am curious to know if there are stones for all of these people in the Jacksonville Cemetery, or if you used another source to provide the information? If you used another source, would you direct me to it.
I'm asking because I believe that Georgia Ann Shell Champion was the first of the two wives of George Daniel Champion. I'm trying to identify the names of the children born to each wife. There is much conflicting information on the Internet.
|Alan and Jane||Mary Marley-Oakwood, Siler City, NC|
There are other Marley's buried next to Mary:
Thomas M. and Sarah E. Marley and their daughter Edith.
|Milli Sandrone Hammer||Ava Frances Marley Lowe|
Jeremy, I'm writing to let you know that you have an error on the posting for Avie - I don't know your relationship to her, my mother-in-law (Kathleen Marley Hammer) was Avie's sister so I knew the family well. Avie's mother was Flora Myrtle Murray - father: James Lon Marley. Avie had three sisters (Virtle (Mclaughlin), Kathleen (Hammer), & Louise (Snyder), and one brother - Ross Marley). Flora and Lon divorced sometime after 1930 (they were still together when the 1930 census was enumerated). Lon married for the second time in 1935, Pearl Stanley. There were no children born of this marriage (Pearl was 44 when they married - James Lon 49). If you want additional information on the Marley's (I have records back to 1798) and numerous photographs you can contact me. Milli Sandrone Hammer
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