|Thelma Robinson Weber||RE: hi|
ho this person is. Sorry
|William Yates||RE: findagrave|
I'm sorry but you are going to have to be more specific where "here" is for the Jake Morris.
Added by AMW on Jul 07, 2013 10:35 PM
|Thelma Robinson Weber||RE:|
May I ask you are are to my grandmother. You may contact me @ email@example.com
Sorry I do not go here much and just saw you note.
I know you new to find a grave. If you didn't make the Memorial you can't link them. I did hook them.
|Jennefer ||re: eliza craddock|
thank you for the link to her father's memorial
Added by Jennefer on Jan 19, 2013 12:53 AM
|Tim & Gail||RE: findagrave|
It was Joseph Farmer
|Tim & Gail||Joseph Farmer|
I have made the corrections you sent to me.
|Roger Lambert||Ward Family Cemetery|
Ward Family Cemetery in Georgetown County, SC, is new. It is only a few yards from Gourdines Chapel Cemetery where ancestors of the folk in Ward Family Cemetery are buried. The earliest of these Wards came to Georgetown County from North Carolina after 1850. William Ward, who was born about 1804 and died after the 1870 census, was the head of the family that moved to Georgetown County. I know of no one who knows where William is buried. He may be buried at Gourdines Chapel, but I suspect he is buried in or near Holmes Cemetery, Georgetown County. His son Henry, who remained near where William lived in Geogetown County, is buried in Holmes. His sons John and Canaan Washington moved to Williamsburg County. John is buried at Gourdines Chapel, and probably Canaan Washington is buried there also. Gourdines Chapel is beside the highway that separates Georgetown and Williamsburg.
|Roger Lambert||Wiley Ward|
I don't know of any Wiley Ward, 1802-188. But I do not know what cemetery you were looking at when you clicked on my name.
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