|Deborah Cannon (#47388018)|
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|Nelda Newman||RE: Edward W.ashington|
I don't believe that the Edward Buck b.1853 d. 1922 is the father of the Edward Buck b. 1916 d. 1976. A quick look at ancestry.com shows that Edward's b. 1916 draft card shows his father was R. E. Buck. The 1920 census Has him with Richard Edward Buck and Lula L Buck family. Richard E. Buck's father was Richard Thomas Buck.
I did find that the Warren Cemetery Edward Buck was the son of Major Buck and Mahala.
|Old Southern Belle||Survey books|
Wow! found them - book two is hugh. Downloaded them. It will take time to compare the books with the on-line surveys I sent you.
|Old Southern Belle||Surveys|
All I have access to is http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/pitt/cemeteries/
I have discovered that neither one of these sources are reliable.
I'll see if I can bring up the book you are referring to.
|Old Southern Belle||Canon Cannon|
Yes it did bother me. Sorry I sounded so abrupt. I have had such a time with contributors, that do not know the family and are not unrelated, gathering data from census records, which we know are not accurate, and from death certificates that were filled out by Doctors or undertakers that only saw the deceased at time of death and have no idea how to spell their name or how old they are. Most the time you can't even read their hand writing. But when the name on an original "at time of death" marker has it spelled correctly, it really bothers me that someone comes along and removes the original marker and replaces it with one that spells the name as it would be spelled today. Which 9 times out of ten was changed down thru the years, like you said. But the deceased person spelled it like what is on the marker and should not be changed for any reason. And it really bothers me when they change the dates to match the "census" records.
I deeply appreciate your understanding and making the changes and adding the deat certificate, it shows both sides of the story. I wish findagrave would change the namimg rules to "reflect the name and dates on the marker" and then an option to add "full name and dates". And have both option show up on the search results. That would solve so many problems.
Thank you for your respect.
|Jerry Hughes & Roger Young||RE: Queenie Buck|
Thanks for this feedback, I appreciate your poking around and going that extra mile. Hopefully the landowners there will pay a bit more respect to those buried there.
I will be glad to make any links and/or additions you need in the S cemetery.
|Maredia Haddock||reply- So Sorry!|
I did not enter this cemetery. I think Carter Buck may have. He entered Isaac Buck. Some of these I just assumed they are buried there because of information I found on Ancestry.com and other sites. The location is listed on the main page. I live in another state.
Thanks for checking on the cemetery. Please let me know what you find out.
|Jerry Hughes & Roger Young||Bucks at James A. /Jim/ Hardee Family Cemetery|
Hi Deborah, we are most likely related, I too am related to all the folks in that cemetery. I believe the middle name for Thomas and how I got it may have come from a book I found names in. Thanks for clearing it up. I have amended the memorials to reflect names correctly and also have update my tree on ancestry as well. Thanks so kindly for reaching out and helping getting it recorded correctly. Jerry