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|sallywi||Susan Fawver Campbell|
This is the one you want.
Created by: Carolyn Whitaker
Record added: Jul 27, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 133389629
Added by sallywi on Jul 29, 2014 9:26 PM
|sallywi||RE: Sallie Pack Jones Dalton|
Susan Forley Campbell the have her Maiden name wrong. Name was spelled wrong so many times.
I can send you documents but you can download from my site. I will send corrections to person with death certificate and headstone.
Added by sallywi on Jul 29, 2014 12:34 AM
|sallywi||Sallie Pack Jones Dalton|
my 2nd cousin 1x removed
Birth 26 Nov 1898 in Tennessee, USA
Death 9 Jan 1988 in Chester, Chester, South Carolina, USA
She is the granddaughter of
Susanna "Susan" C. Fawver
Your great grand aunt
Birth 8 Apr 1837 in Shenandoah County, Virginia, USA
Death 21 Apr 1921 in Bybee, Cocke, Tennessee, USA
Adam C Campbell
View relationship to me
Birth 28 Jan 1833 in North Carolina, USA
Death 16 Jan 1880 in Bybee, Cocke, Tennessee, USA
They are buried at
Dawson Cemetery, Cocke county, Tennessee, USA
If your interested
Added by sallywi on Jul 26, 2014 11:32 PM
|Susan I. Grills||Johnny W. McCoy|
You are right, the obit did not mention the first wife. When I did the memorial, of course I first checked to see if there was already a memorial for him. I noticed there were a couple of McCoys buried at Amity, and as I usually do, I looked at them to see if they were related. That was how I discovered the first wife and their baby, his name right there on both their headstones. Glad I found them and was able to get them all linked together!
|Deborah Wall||Hello from Ohio|
No, I didn't write it
|Donna Gunter||Ebenezer Baptist, Mt. Zion, and Sand Hill Cemeteries|
This little cemetery has a complicated past--hence the confusion in names. All my life, I heard my mother refer to it as Sand Hill Cemetery. This was its informal name because it was close to Sand Hill--and the Sand Hill school, I believe. Its official name is Mt. Zion Cemetery; however, it is beside the Ebenezer Baptist Church, so it's known as Ebenezer, as well. It's probably best to leave it as is along with the note it has that it's known by all three names.
|Donna Gunter||Request to link Joe Frank Turner to Glady Pack Turner|
I created the link. Thanks for putting up Gladys' memorial. As it happens, I'm related to both of them.
|MJ||Ebenezer Baptist or Mount Zion|
I am truly not sure. Based on the name pictured on the sign, could there be actually two cemeteries side by side? If you think they should be merged, then request that they be. I will gladly move the entries that I have if you think they should be. Thanks for bringing this to my attention, I appreciate it~ Have a blessed Holiday season
Added by MJ on Dec 01, 2013 2:57 PM
|Debbie McWatters||WILLIAM McWATERS|
THANK YOU, WILL DO,
|Debbie McWatters||WM McWATERS|
THIS IS FROM THE HEBRON CEMETERY THAT SITS CLOSE TO THE CHESTER FAIRFIELD COUNTIES LINE. IT'S BEEN A WHILE SINCE I'VE BEEN THERE.
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