|WRSeayJr||James H. Seay|
Your listing suggests that James H Seay was the son of Reuben Seay and Mary Ann Jones. This conflicts with the information I have which indicates he was the son of John Seay and Pauline "Polly" Nassery of lower Richland County. If you have documentation of a parentage by Reuben Seay of James H. Seay, would you please share it with me? Many thanks.
William R Seay, Jr., Kenner, LA 70065.
Added by WRSeayJr on Oct 14, 2013 11:16 AM
|Chicora||Location of Bellaire Plnt cemetery|
I'm hoping you can provide a location for the Bellaire Plantation cemetery. All that I have is the very vague notation that the plantation is 2 miles from Eastover off co. rd. 67 and a half mile west of SC 764. Anything more specific would be a great help. Thanks in advance!
Added by Chicora on Oct 12, 2013 12:26 PM
|D & D Fletcher||Find A Grave Correction: Nathalie Stanley|
I made the corrections you suggested to the subject memorial. I appreciate the information and if you need any more corrections let me know!
|Peka||Pearl Evans Hough|
Thanks for sending me the links for her parents!
Added by Peka on Apr 01, 2013 3:42 PM
|Mike & Bushy Hartman||Link made that you requested|
Father: Thomas Campbell Huxford (39262352)
Mother: Elouise Russell Huxford (39262367)
Thanks for the info and have a great day.
|Cathi Lee||Huxford Headstone|
I am looking for a photo of Harlock Huxford headstone. He was a Patriot of the American Revolution. Thanks if you can help me. I do not drive.
|Carrie PARLER-GIBSON||RE: Francis Parler Carr|
Thank you for your reply. How is Mildred? If you are in contace with her I am sure you are getting a great deal of information.
She and I exchanged a great deal of information many years ago.
If I can help you in any way, just ask.
|Richard Hodges||Eugenia Merrill Zealy Martin|
She is now linked to her parents. Thanks for sending the link information.
|Linda Lyles||RE: Mary Ann Dawkins Lyles|
Can you forward my message ?
|Linda Lyles||Captain John Rogers Lyles|
and wife Mary Ann Dawkins Lyles. Her father was John Dawkins (Revolutionary War) soldier. I believe he is at Monticello Methodist Church Cemetary.
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