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Paul Chrisawn II (#47365823)
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RE: Reny Hall Rector
You are very welcomed.
Added by Researcher on Sep 12, 2013 1:50 PM
Benny Wilson
RE: W.B. Wilson Grave
Hello Paul; myself,my wife, my brother and his son had the most wonderful time visiting with Charlie and his wife. They were great hosts. Charlie lead us personally to the gravesite. To our surprise, the gravesite had been cleared, raked, ect. and the fence had been put back up! Additionally, he marked a path with string to the burial site of the two Holtsclaw children. So when we came back down from the grave of my grandfather, WB Wilson, we drove back up to their graves. What a great time.
What great people! My brother plans another trip to the gravesite to improve the fencing. I thank you so much for your time and efforts. Without you, none of this would have been possible. Ben and Linda Wilson
Added by Benny Wilson on Aug 05, 2013 5:20 PM
RE: Pack
In 2005 I contacted Martin's only living daughter in law(Charles's wife) & Carl's only living daughter Betty Jean and neither had pictures of Thomas Martin & Clara or Herbert Martin. Dad's sister Mary was married to Carl Pack, his sister Violet was married to Martin Pack and his brother Allen was married to George Clingman Pack's daughter Nellie. I have some pictures of Martin's children. If you would like them just let me know.
Added by Carroll on Jul 25, 2013 3:47 PM
jennifer sigmon bishop
RE: Chrisawn/Crisawn Family
I have info on William Dixion Mace,Naomi Crisson's son. On his father, Josiah Mace, all the way back to Doblin, Irland 1614. William D. Mace is buried in Green Valley Baptist Cemetary in Spear,Avery Co.,NC. I'd love to have what you know about Naomi's relatives. All I have are a few dates.
Added by jennifer sigmon bishop on Apr 29, 2013 8:06 AM
jennifer sigmon bishop
RE: Chrisawn/Crisawn Family
Margaret E.Renfro Sigmon was my Grandmother,James G. Renfro her father,Naomi Catherine Mace his mother,William Dixion Mace her father,Naomi Crisson his mother, and John Cresawn her father. And now I have Andrew Cresson as his father. I have info. on all of them up to Naomi Crisson. I would love to have anything you know.
Added by jennifer sigmon bishop on Apr 28, 2013 7:05 PM
jennifer sigmon bishop
I have relatives named John Cresawn. He married Sarah. No last name. They had a daughter named Naomi Crisson born 1811, died about 1880. Could they be related to u.
Added by jennifer sigmon bishop on Apr 28, 2013 1:57 PM
The Bull
RE: John Effler
You're welcome!

Added by The Bull on Apr 24, 2013 12:35 PM
Benny Wilson
W.B. Wilson Grave
William Brownlow Wilson is my grandfather. I have not been able to locate his grave. I remember when I was a very young boy, my father Jack D. Wilson and my uncle Fred Wilson drove to a grave site and put up a kind of fence around the grave. I thought the grave was located on Andy Arnet property. My father and others have passed and now that i AM older, I find an interest in such things. Is it possible for you to give directions to the grave you have posted? I live in New Bern, NC but frequently travel "back home" and would love to visit the site. Thank you in advance for any and all info you might share with me. Ben Wilson
Added by Benny Wilson on Mar 17, 2013 5:09 PM

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