|Sherry Outlaw Massengale (#47257457)|
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I began family genealogy in the 1980's and I have become the family historian/genealogist for my mother, father and husband's families. I have visited a lot of graves, libraries, court houses and achieve facilities in order to research our families. When adding my family members to the findagrave website, I will include the information from family members, transcribed documents and my hypothesis of documents. Please be advised that the information posted on the grave sites have been checked as far as possible but it is in no way guaranteed to be 100% accurate. If you find a mistake, it has not been intentional and I would very much appreciate notification so the mistakes can be corrected. I do work a full time job and spend a lot of time with my grandchildren so if you send me information, please do not get upset if I do not respond immediately.|
I really appreciate all of the hard work going into this website as our heritage needs to be preserved and so many graves/records are being lost for so many different reasons.
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|GateWay||Margaret Knox Bio|
Thank you for your help on this. Her memorial number is 53988302.
Betty was born in Wagener, South Carolina. She was the daughter of the late Percy and Gladys Cobb Cook. Betty married Herbert Paschal Knox. She had one daughter, Kelly Knox Moore of Columbia. Betty was a kind and loving wife and mother.
A graduate of Winthrop College, she retired after 39 years with South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resource Department. She was a member of Saint Luke Lutheran Church. Betty died at 69, Sunday, January 7, 1996.
Added by GateWay on Aug 29, 2015 3:16 AM
|GateWay||Adding a Bio|
I want to add a short bio to Margaret Knox's memorial (#53988302). How do I do that?
I appreciate your assistance.
Added by GateWay on Aug 28, 2015 6:07 AM
|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Langstons, Hills, Springfields, Bates|
Many SC and NC names as my parents both had very large families as well as my husband.
Sherry, I would personally like to thank you for your helping others through your work with Find A Grave. I, too, started on my genealogy journey in the 1980's and I am still working. I am no longer, however able to visit the different places I used to (courthouses, libraries, cemeteries and such). I rely very much on Find A Grave, census records and Ancestry, Family Search, etc. I hope you won't mind my making copies of your photos for my family files. I am trying hard to leave as much verified info as I can on Ancestry and Family Tree Maker in order for my descendants and others connected may see their heritage. God bless you in all your efforts to help others through your work.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
|Christian Gainey||RE: Chester Hahula|
Okay, thanks for replying anyway. :)
|Christian Gainey||Chester Hahula|
I was wondering if you could tell me how you are related to Chester Hahula. He was my great grandfather. I am always searching for new information about my Hahula relatives. Any information you have would be greatly appreciated.
|Marci Payne||Rearranging photos|
That's odd. Did you hit "save" at the bottom?
|Rachel Moody||Mattie A Watts|
Dear Sherry Outlaw Massengale,
There seems to be 2 of the same person in the same Cemetery. Is there a way that you can delete one? Thanks you so much
Mattie A Watts # 52190608
Mattie A Watts # 52190607
|Shannon LeGrand Bready||RE: updates|
Hi Sherry - I have deleted and re-submitted them. These are for the LeGrands in Jackson Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.
|Shannon LeGrand Bready||Edits Requested|
Hi Sherry - I submitted several edits over two weeks ago that have not been processed, and wondered if there were any issues with them, or if you are still actively managing memorials - could you please let me know?
|Judy Nation||Mildred Guy Padgett|
Will you please share your photo of Samuel Padgett with his wife, Mildred. Thank you.
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