|Adam Emrick (#47411545)|
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|Senior Planner with Horry County, SC. Primary contact for the Horry County Cemetery Project, www.horrycounty.org/cemetery.asp|
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|Nancy Hughes Miller||Gore Horry Co SC cemetery location?|
You posted the photo for William Gore (my 5th great grandfather) -- Memorial# 62116470 -- in an Horry County Cemetery. Could you provide the GPS for that location? I don't see that info on Find A Grave. Thanks, N Hughes
|Keith Edwards||Mantha Brown|
Thanks Adam for that picture at Salem BC. She was said to have been a local witch back in the day. I couldn't find it when I was there last. Glad you did. Oh, the stories I could tell you!
thank you for taking the time to take the picture of effie small's headstone, if it is not too much trouble could you post a picture of the entire grave.
|Mary Bland||William J. Strickland|
Thank you so very much for the photo of his tombstone. It is very much appreciated.
Mary Adams Bland
|Michelle Kirby||John Asbury Booth|
The photo of the grave you provided is for a different John Asbury Booth. there were three. the one I wanted was of a boy who died when he was 7.
Here are my notes on all 3 JAB's. The second one is who I'm looking for. Thanks.
BOOTH, JOHN ASBURY [John James Booth, James Booth, Thomas Booth], son of John James
Booth and Olive Holmes. Born September 19, 1840. Volunteer Confederate soldier, died while in
the Army on June 6, 1863 and was buried at Corinth, Miss. SHB
BOOTH, JOHN ASBURY [James Thomas Booth, John James Booth, James Booth, Thomas
Booth], son of James Thomas Booth and Clarkey Hux. Born April 28, 1865, died February 16,
1872. Buried at Poplar. SHB
BOOTH, JOHN ASBURY [Nelson Julius Booth, James Nelson Booth, James Booth, Thomas
Booth], son of Nelson Julius Booth and Louisa E. Anderson. Asbury was born Jan. 21, 1875 and
was first married to Ada Jollie. Ada was born April 30, 1877 and died Oct. 16, 1903. She is buried
at the Woodlawn Cemetery (off SR 323, owned by Good Hope Baptist Church). Asbury was reared
in the Good Hope community where he farmed. In his early years he was a foreman for the railroad
Children: Solomon Mack
After Ada's death Asbury married Mary Sessions on Sept. 5, 1905. Mary was born March 5, 1888,
the daughter of Ransom and Frances Sessions. Asbury died Oct. 12, 1945 and Mary died May 3,
1978. They are buried at Poplar.
Children: Harry Asbury
Thanks for fulfilling the photo request for my Aunt Katie.
|daniel high||william gore|
thanks for your help william gore sr. is my Great G. G.G. GANDFATHER I LIVE IN CENTRIAL WEST FLORIDA.
|daniel high||WILLIAM GORE SR.|
THANKS FOR THE GRAVE SITE PICTURES DANIEL PINKNEY HIGH JR.HE IS MY GREAT G.G.G. GRAND FATHER. THANKS
Thanks for the photos!
|Barbara Lehman||Re:Archie & Nina Johnson|
On behalf of SuzanneTF (Ford) and myself a fellow photo volunteer I want to say Thank You. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
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