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N. Wayne Cosby (#47618843)
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Lifelong interest in the War For Southern Independence and an extremely long interest in genealogy and the need to get the information available.
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Charlotte Ann Price
I have a little more on the Cosby/Porter
The family in the beginning I had very little. Once running the names...I have added allot on the tree.
The parents of {Pauline and those children) are:

Young R "Jamie" Porter


Franoina Francis "Sena" Edwards-Porter

Added by Charlotte Ann Price on Aug 06, 2016 11:16 AM
William Murray Stone
There is a memorial for Magnolia for William Murray Stone 14 Feb 1841 - 15 Mara 1925 #78489486 that is the same as in Roselawn #101278016 and the latter has a stone for his wife Mary Jane Andrews Stone 17 Dec 18 1843 - 7 Jan 1916. There appears to be no stone (at least no photo) for the Magnolia memorial.

As you are a Civil War enthusiast is it possible that a marker in Magnolia was just to mark his military service? It does seem like there are 2 memorials in 2 cemeteries for the same person. The dates and the names are identical. I was wondering if you had any idea how that could be. Bob Munroe, Dallas, TX
Added by AriesRam on May 07, 2016 1:40 PM
Ali Jonz
Joseph Pino
Hi Wayne: I am a direct descendant of "JAC", Joseph Pino who died in 1863. I noticed the story you had on the Find A Grave site about his death and would love to know the origin. How did you obtain that info? It was my understanding from family records that he died of wounds sustained while in the military. Was there a newspaper article, other story about his death?
Thanks for any information you can share to validate this story.
Alice Braud-Jones
Added by Ali Jonz on Nov 16, 2015 12:19 PM
RE: Mixon-Webb Cemetery
Thanks Wayne, Bernie
Added by Bernie on Jan 12, 2015 3:03 PM
Mixon-Webb Cemetery
Hi Wayne, I have a cousin, who has an ancestor buried in Mixon-Webb cemetery, but he is unable to access the cemetery. How did you enter the cemetery? The gates were closed the last time we checked and tried calling the phone number posted on the fence, but unable to reach them. It is owned by a gravel pit company but they will not answer the phone. Do you have any suggestions. Bernie
Added by Bernie on Jan 12, 2015 10:49 AM
John Evans
RE: Ethel Maxwell Outlaw
I got my info from the NC GenWeb site that listed Willow Dale from Wayne County, NC - Cemeteries - From the book, "Gravestone Inscriptions"

Ethel is listed is Section 12
Ethel Maxwell Outlaw, died 10-11-1976; aged 73 years

So there must me a headstone

Hope this helps
Added by John Evans on Oct 28, 2014 5:15 AM
Tracie Curnell
Thomas R Creech
Your welcome. Let me know if you want anyone transferred to you. My relatives are in other states.
Tracie Curnell
Added by Tracie Curnell on Oct 19, 2014 8:44 AM
Thank you so very much for posting the obituary and thanks for all the other photos as well. Thanks again. DMA
Added by DMA on Oct 13, 2014 4:07 PM
Benton Foster
Jesse M. Foster headstone
I am so grateful to you for careing for and recording the headstones and names of the men who supported The Cause, but more specifically, my great grandfather's headstone. He is the Jesse M. Foster in "Foster's Cemetery in Greensberg, LA. My children and I placed the yankee government's marble headstone in front of the original cement one in Dec of 2002. I went to Alaska the next day and have not been back to the grave since. I see where you posted this picture in 2011. Can you tell me when the picture was actually taken? Please contact me at And than you again.

Benton M. Foster
Added by Benton Foster on Dec 31, 2011 8:31 AM

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