Hey Ya'll! I'm Becca! I have always had a love for knowing where my family originated from. I love photos, they are probably my favorite form on information I could possibly receive. I love spending time when I can in the cemeteries where my ancestors are buried, and locating information from FAG. If you have ANY information on my ancestors (pictures, dates etc) I'd love to hear it! My contact info is below, as well as the families I'm researching.
Maternal Side: The maternal side of my family is something I haven't gotten too deep in. I don't have much information, but I do have the links that I have, and will link the below. Any information would be amazing if you could help!.
Woodring Becca: Will you please e-mail me direct at email@example.com I've tried to send some data about Woodring to you but it will not go through. You sent me a letter through Find A Grave and I can't get back to you. Tim Mattingly
I have too much to do. Look at her daughters memorial. It says where her father died...maybe and maybe not... it's a place to start... write to the person that wrote that statement...maybe they know more... best wishes... this can get expensive... my wife wrote for her great,great,great, grandfather's Civil War records...they were about 100 pages long...U.S. National Archives... out of it we applied for a Civil War Grave Marker. It was paid for by the U.S. Gov. It sure looks good!
Ihave traced my roots on a paid geneology website at myheritage.com and he came up as a gggggggggggrandfather. He was very instrumental in the beginnings of the state of South Carolina. The frustrating part that I have come across when researching his name one the web is the claim that he never married or had any children and after about 10 years in the US then went back to Scotland and died. Whether or not this is true I am not sure. Our gggggrandfather may be him or someone with the exact same name. I did manage to get a picture emailed to me from a government agency in South Carolina that they still have his portrait on the wall in their government bldg. I can send you a copy if you give me your email. Thanks, Kristy
Woodcock Welcome to FindaGrave. It's always nice to have new contributors. What cemeteries are you working on? I look forward to seeing your postings. I have only been on about 3 1/2 years, so haven't added as many as I would have like, due to surgeries, work, Joplin Tornado, etc.
Earl & Ruth Burr Thank you so much for the photos of Ruth and Earl Burr. There was a bonus with the photo of Earl, his wife Nellie. I've added her memorial so I would appreciate if you add Earl's pic to Nellie.