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Jonathan & Lori (#47377913)
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Bio Photo When my dad past away in Sept. 2O1O I got started at trying to find my family heritage and it is hard. This was a hard time for me and still is to this day but finding all my family is pulling me through. I am still kinda new with this but have had alot of good enjoyment out of finding what I need to find my heritage. I am not here to see how many memorials I can get or to get high numbers I am here to find my family. 99% of the memorials I have ARE my family. If you see one that is NOT my family or my husbands family and you want transfer then just ask. I will be happy to transfer to you. But please don't send me a message about my memorials if you don't have a family link to them. My family links are large. Here are a few of the people in my family. BEAN, BECK, BOLLINGER, BOUCHARD, BRANCH, CHAPMAN, DENTON, EPLEY, FISHER, FLEMING, ICARD, JACKSON, JOHN, KISER, LAMBERT, LANE, NAVY, POPE, ROLLINS, ROPER, SMITH, SUMMEROW, WATERS, and WATTS. Thank You.
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Arrie Simmons
Duplicate of 80821554, listed in a different cemetery
I did not add this memorial. Contributor was Jonathan & Lori (47377913).

Best Regards,

Added by Arrie Simmons on Dec 08, 2014 9:00 PM
Patricia Baker
Lafayette lane memorial
Please fix this memorial. It looks interesting but I can't make sense of it as is. Thanks!
Added by Patricia Baker on Jun 23, 2014 9:21 PM
Kimberly Ott
Lillie & George Branch got married in 1895
Added by Kimberly Ott on Dec 06, 2013 7:43 AM
Elizabeth Marlow O.
William Lane
I want to apologize for the delay in this transfer.
You have been patient and that is an appreciative quality.
Added by Elizabeth Marlow O. on Jun 12, 2013 7:35 AM
As soon as you get his biography written, I will transfer him. Forgive me for delaying, but I really want things added to memorials I transfer, since so many of them have not been touched since I transferred them. Nothing personal, honest!
Added by Armantia on May 19, 2013 11:05 AM
Cornelius Lane
Do you have a biography to add?
Added by Armantia on May 19, 2013 8:34 AM
Deceased Member
I think you send the request with the link to
Added by Armantia on Mar 25, 2013 8:42 AM
Sue Leitzsey Bradley
RE: Chapman relation
The following is a brief synopsis of the Chapman ancestry. Google Killua Castle.

William & John Chapman and Sir. Walter Raleigh were 1st cousins during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1st; their mothers were sisters; they all grew up in Devon. Raleigh fought in Ireland for Elizabeth during 1500's, and he & his 2 cousins were rewarded for their service with estates of land there (Killua Castle). Later, when Queen Elizabeth sent Raleigh to colonize the new world (America), the 2 cousins went with him, and set up the colony at Roanoke Island in Virginia in 1587, later known as "the lost colony"; they also were involved in setting up the Jamestown Colony, which was successful, and flourished. From there Chapman's slowly multiplied in the southern states of America, later being involved in the Revolutionary war against the English, and later still settling mostly in Burke & Lincoln counties NC.
Added by Sue Leitzsey Bradley on Mar 23, 2013 10:14 AM
Sue Leitzsey Bradley
RE: Chapman relation
Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery in Burke County contains mostly Carswell's and Chapman's. Are you related to any of them?
Added by Sue Leitzsey Bradley on Mar 20, 2013 4:41 PM
Sue Leitzsey Bradley
I see you have Chapman's in your line. Are you related to the set from Burke County or Cleveland County? A great article was published in the newspaper a couple of weeks ago about a lady from England coming to the US to visit her father's grave who was a Chapman.
Added by Sue Leitzsey Bradley on Mar 20, 2013 11:13 AM
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