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J C Bowman (#47406008)
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John Fazenbaker
RE: Walter Wright Biggs
“The Herald” (Piedmont, W.Va,), Friday 4 October 1918: Walter ‘Wig’ Biggs, aged 27 years, died of pneumonia Monday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Biggs, Johnson Street, Westernport, after an illness of a few days. He was to have left soon for Camp Meade to join the draft army. He was a coal miner and well known in baseball circles, having been one of the promoters of the sport in the Tri-Towns. The following survive him: Father and Mother, three sisters, Mrs. John Guy, Mrs. Thornton Groves and Miss Shipley Biggs and five brothers, Charles, Herbert, and Harry, all of Westernport; Forrest Biggs, Camp Meade and Ralph Biggs, overseas.
Added by John Fazenbaker on Mar 29, 2016 4:19 PM
John Fazenbaker
RE: Walter Wright Biggs

Hi Jean,

Yes you are correct. It was a typo on my part. His obituary is listed in the Oct 4th 1918, Piedmont Herald newspaper. Would you like a copy?

Added by John Fazenbaker on Mar 26, 2016 2:43 PM
Leigh Sickler
RE: Squiers
No problem. Having fun despite the wind and snow. I've really needed to stretch my legs after this winter.
Added by Leigh Sickler on Apr 24, 2015 12:33 PM
Leigh Sickler
RE: Frank Squier
You're welcome, Jean. I get out when I can. I'll see if I can find others next time I go out. Hoping the sun comes out again soon, so I can.
Added by Leigh Sickler on Apr 20, 2015 10:58 AM
David Roosa
RE: Herbert Loomis
Look again, I got the grave marker today.
Added by David Roosa on Aug 23, 2014 1:36 PM
Jennifer Stone
Anna Lipscomb
She is a relation of mine, up in the family tree somewhere lol I have pictures of her I believe if you would like to see them please let me know.
Added by Jennifer Stone on Jan 18, 2014 2:33 PM
RE: Rachel Cole
It was my pleasure.
Added by kat14 on Dec 16, 2013 4:51 PM
Pamela Fowler
Rachel Cole
Carolina Memorial Park has stopped helping those of us that try to take pictures of headstones. We used to be able to give them the name of the person and they would show us on a map which section and plot the person was buried in. It is an extremely large cemetery and this was very necessary. Now they will not tell us anything unless we can prove we are family. I was told that you will have to go on their website at and contact them directly or you can write to them at:
7113 Rivers Ave.
North Charleston, South Carolina 29406
You can also phone them at: (843) 797-2222
If you can find out the section and plot number (or the mausoleum and crypt number) I can find it easily but if you can only find out the name of the section or mausoleum they are buried in I will be happy to go back and try to find their headstone for you but it is impossible without at least knowing that. You can contact me at
Thanks, Pamela
Added by Pamela Fowler on Dec 15, 2013 1:24 PM
Daniel Cole
RE: Charles Biggs
You are welcome. Good luck with your nephews. Let me know when they have his name inscribed, I'll stop by and take another picture.

Added by Daniel Cole on Nov 07, 2013 12:43 PM
Daniel Cole
Charles Biggs
I just fulfilled the photo request for Charles. His name is not yet inscribed on the marker with his mother. The ground in front of the marker has obviously been disturbed recently. I posted the picture anyway, but will remove it if you wish.
Added by Daniel Cole on Nov 06, 2013 7:45 AM
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