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William Peel (#47327611)
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Bio Photo William: I've been doing Family Genealogy since December of 2003.
Came to "Find A Grave" in August of 2010. I think this is a great Web Site. Wonderful way to remember those who have left us and find others we didn't know that existed.
More than happy to take Photographs in my area.
Researching Surnames: Bird, Gassaway, Gottberg, Hubbard, Melcher, Richardson, Wilson, and Zessin.
Can't get any greener than a train!
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My favorite color is Purple!

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William (Bill) Milton Hubbard
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Luwig J. Palth
Can you tell me if they are buried on Christ Lutheran Cemetery, North of Columbus,ne
Added by Anonymous on Sep 18, 2014 11:53 AM
Mary Severns
Donald Richard Gillham
I just noticed that you added a photo to Donald Richard Gillham, who is buried at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Thank you for doing that! I appreciate your time!
Added by Mary Severns on Sep 18, 2014 9:15 AM
Rita Osborne
Memorial# 1123346
Thank you for the photo of my cousin Earl Roatcap Headstone Memorial# 1123346
Added by Rita Osborne on Sep 17, 2014 1:47 PM
Cherie Valentine
Michel O'Hanlon
Thank you so much for taking the photo. I appreciate your time and effort in finding the tombstone. Cherie
Added by Cherie Valentine on Sep 16, 2014 7:32 AM
George Rouse
thanks for the grave photo
Added by LINDA JOYCE OLDENBORG-SMI... on Sep 15, 2014 2:32 PM
s grimm-mullen
Catherine F. McCartan Nix

Thank you so much for the beautiful headstone picture. I appreciate it very much!

Sandi Grimm Mullen
Added by s grimm-mullen on Sep 15, 2014 11:29 AM
Durham photos
William, Thank you for the excellent pictures of Harold and his wife Delores Durham's grave stones. Thank you for taking the time to add photo captions and flowers too.
Added by Dee on Sep 15, 2014 9:59 AM
Max Rivera
Dear William,
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request in such a timely manner. Wonderful photo, and it is greatly appreciated!
With Best Regards,
Added by Hal on Sep 15, 2014 6:52 AM
Manford Ferrel
Thank you so very much for the photo of Manford Ferrel's grave, as well as the kind note and flowers! That was very much appreciated! Kind regards, WFerrell
Added by WFerrell on Sep 15, 2014 12:13 AM
Deborah Scott Spencer
RE: Henry Gassaway.....
William - I intended no ill will feelings. Thank you providing proofs supporting the memorial you created for Henry Gassaway. In genealogical research, one must obtain the original source, using books as clues. I look forward to your original records.

You don't need the following:

- 1850 Pickens District SC census: Henry Gassaway's wife, Rachel is presumed to be widowed, with their younger children Henry & Minerva residing in the same household; Henry is no where to be found.

- 1850 Pickens District Agriculture census: Rachel is listed as the head of household, with no Henry to be found.

- 1860 Pickens District census: Rachel is in the Long Creek Post Office, household 969/968.

In the newspaper announcements and court records in 1857-1858, the Rachel listed is Henry Gassaway's wife, not a daughter.

The LOC "Chronicling America" project includes the Keowee Courier newspaper which shows additional information.

I suspect that the John, James & William Gassaway mentioned in the 1857-1858 records were Henry's brothers, not sons, perhaps offering an explanation as to how the Zimmerman's felt Henry was the son of James & Rachel in The Gassaway Book.

The book indicates Henry is the son of James, but provide no proof of this conclusion. James Gassaway's will lists his children, but no Henry [alive at the time of writing & probate.]

Thank you in advance for providing proof linking Henry Gassaway to James & Rachel Gassaway + Henry's death date/place.
Added by Deborah Scott Spencer on Sep 09, 2014 1:02 PM
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