|Wilburn Stancil (Bill) Lassiter (#47356196)|
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|I am Wilburn Stancil (Bill) Lassiter.I was born in Wadesboro,NC.My family and I lived in nearby Rockingham,NC until I was about 10 years old.We moved to Charlotte,NC where we lived for 3 years,finally ending up in Statesville,NC.I joined the Navy in 1968.I served as a Hospital Corpsman and Navy Counselor for 21 years.I am a Vietnam veteran (FMF).Upon retirement from the Navy as a Senior Chief Petty Officer I relocated to Columbia,SC where I worked in the insurance and automobile sales business. In 1990 I began employment with Richland School District One as an NJROTC Instructor at a local high school from where I retired.My wife,Dianne and I ran a gift shop at the Barnyard Flea Market in Lexington,SC for 15 years.We now reside in Irmo,SC.I am a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Master Mason, a member of The Fleet Reserve Association and a Life Member of DAV.|
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|Robert Lorick||Nancy Elma Lassiter|
Bill, Do you know anything about Nancy Elma Lassiter #82641475 who was married to Thomas Dixon in Society Hill, Darlington County, SC? Robert Lorick
|Robert Lorick||Grady Edward Hyman|
Transfer has been completed....glad I was of some help to you. Robert Lorick
|B.E. Blue||Alabama cemetary|
I grew up in Dothan and my parents are buried in Memory Hill there. Are you still having trouble locating the grave you're interested in there?
Brad Blue - Houston, TX
|Joni||RE: James Washington Lassiter|
Hi, I got the burial information from their death certificates. Paul has since added James Washington Lassiter's obituary to the memorial, which also states burial is in Northam Cemetery. I assume you searched the cemetery on both sides of the street?
Added by Joni on Jun 20, 2014 8:53 PM
|Paul ||Wyand & Lassiters, Eastside Cemetery|
Recently added photos to some memorials that you created. Thought that you might be interested.
Added by Paul on Jun 19, 2013 8:22 PM
|Adam McKinnerney ||Longtime...|
I'd like to talk to you if your ok with it.
|Paul ||James W Lassiter|
I was able to find Mr. James W Lassiter's obituary online & have posted it. It appears to have a few errors in the reporting.
I have visited the Northam Cemetery on a couple of occasions, but have not been able to locate Mr. Lassiters grave marker. Maybe you should re-post your request for a picture for it, as my submission removed that request. Meanwhile, I'll keep looking.
As Coach Valvano said 'Don't give up. Don't ever give up."
Added by Paul on Apr 17, 2012 7:42 PM
|Sandy||Lassiters Northam Cemetery|
I talked to the lady who is in charge of keeping the old section of the cemetery mowed, etc. I asked if she had a chart showing where the people were buried, and she said no. Mr. Northam first gave the land and started the cemetery. Various families marked off their family plots, and then began burying their family there. I have looked for your Lassiter family graves, and cannot find them. This lady also takes up money from families to help pay for the mowing, etc.
Added by Sandy on Apr 09, 2012 12:02 PM
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