|scrappinmom19||RE: Henry Poling/Pollard Cathcart gravestone location|
Can you send a link to the memorial in question? I don't remember the memorial you are referring to. Perhaps created by someone else, and transferred to me? I have never been to Spartanburg, SC. Thank you.
I am related to the Cathcarts. My Great Great grandmother's maiden name was Cathcart.
|David Dawson||RE: Baskin and related family|
Anyone in my records that you would like transferred to you, let me know. William Peebles Baskin(Billy Baskin), retired Judge in Bishopville, is a good friend of mine.
Just wondering if we are related.
My ancestor is John Calhoun Cathcart 1824-1902
married to Nancy Madden 1827-1880
Nancy's parents: Rev Campbell & Jane (Cathcart)Madden
John's parents: James Wesley Cathcart 1790-1886 & Esther Pruitt 1793-1870
Added by SewGen on Nov 09, 2013 8:52 PM
|Yellow Rose of Texas - Judy in California||Susan Wade Hicklin Craig|
I greatly appreciate your kindness and the generosity of your time in visiting the cemetery, locating their plots, photographing their markers and sharing your nice photos on their memorials. You're a kind soul.
Judy in California
|diane elkins||John W. Weir|
Thanks so much for adding the photo. Trying to get more information on my maternal ancestors. Diane
|Phil Cates||Kirkpatrick- Beaty|
do you live near the Mt Olivet cemetery? They is a tombstone for Jane Kirkpatrick and somewhere near is a monument for Robert leonard beaty and bothers at base etc...Is there any more info other than the listing of Alexander and Thomas? I appreciate your time. Thanks in advance.
|Frances Reynolds||William Castles|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for William Castles. I appreciate your time and efforts in contributing to my family tree. Sincerely, Frances Reynolds
|Carol & Mel Hochstetler||JF & Florence Cathcart -Elkhart Co, IN|
I'm transfering these to you. Welcome to find a grave. I hope you enjoy your experiance with it.
|Peka||RE: Duplicate Memorial|
Thanks for responding. I still find duplicates of my own. I deleted a couple this week, in fact. No matter how careful you are, don't be surprised when someone sends you a request to delete a duplicate!
Added by Peka on Sep 18, 2011 1:17 PM
|A. I. Zimmer||More on Fannie Baskins|
In the 1900 census, she was living with Thomas and John Baskins. I believe John was her step-son since he was born in 1885 (according to the census) and Fannie had only been married to Thomas for 2 years at that point.
In 1910, I found her living alone as F.S. Baskin, widowed, in Buffalo Twp, Kershaw Co. SC. In that record, she lists her father was born in NC and her mother was born in FL, but in 1900 both parents are listed as born in SC.
I don't find her in 1920 or 1930 so far, but she was clearly living in Kershaw Co. from her death certificate.
I can send you copies of the 1900 and 1910 census records if you would like to have them :)
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