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Alton (#47702645)
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Bio Photo Hi Everyone, I currently live in Columbia, SC. I was born in Kingstree, SC (Williamsburg County) and bot my parents were born in Horry County which is the location I do most of my research. I have been searching the Bellamy family for over 10 years which is my mom's side and I have been researching the Rabon family off and on for the same amount of time. Other surnames connected to my family are Lawrimore, Richardson, Roberts, and Tucker. One of my favorite things to do is to visit family cemeteries in Horry and Marion County, part of my family were originally from Marion County.
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Keith Edwards
RE: Adding you to my friends
Al, you profile page is way different than everybody elses. It's stretched w-a-y out & goes off the page to the right. Don't understand that. You might want to contact to see if they can fix it.
Added by Keith Edwards on May 14, 2014 9:19 AM
Keith Edwards
Adding you to my friends
Al, for some reason your profile page is stretched way out & I was unable to add you to my F/G friends. Why is your page so different? The part where 'add to my friends' link on the top right of the page is not showing up. Can you go to my page & add me to your friends? Thanks!
Added by Keith Edwards on Apr 08, 2014 8:12 AM
Keith Edwards
RE: Robert James Lowrimore
Al, about all I know is what I've recorded at his memorial. Don't know where the cemetery is located but somewhere on a 136 acre tract (now lost to wilderness). I have no idea where to begin looking. Perhaps old maps at the courthouse might be helpful.... Wish I knew more but not at the moment. Thanks for inquiring & have a blessed day.
Added by Keith Edwards on Apr 07, 2014 1:47 PM
Sabrina Fletcher-Harbin
RE: Photo
You are most welcome!
Added by Sabrina Fletcher-Harbin on Mar 02, 2013 8:51 PM
Mary Bland
RE: Livingston Cemetery

Sorry for the delay in responding - my computer was down.

All three daughters of Robert P. Livingston and Sally (Bellamy) Livingston married Adams men.

1. Lena Jane Livingston was the wife of my Grand Uncle Henry Brooks Adams.
2. Eula Ruth Livingston was the second wife of my Grand Uncle James Maston Adams.
3. Ida Livingston was the wife of my First Cousin Leo Bell Adams.

There were a lot of Bellamy men who married into the Edge line of my family, but I can't give you any connections to the Livingston Cemetery.

Mary Adams Bland
Added by Mary Bland on Jan 23, 2013 12:22 PM
Linda McNish
RE: Buck Creek
Sunday School is at 10 and Services are at 11. I don't know Kathy, at least by name. You and I are probably related.
Added by Linda McNish on Jan 04, 2013 5:32 PM
Mike Leek
Re: your photo request
There are already two photos of Fletcher Bellamy's head stone present, not sure what you want. I live only a mile away. Could you give some more details?
Added by Mike Leek on Jan 02, 2013 1:50 PM
Cheryl Anne
RE: Penelope Bellamy
I never really researched that much beyond Penelpe Bellamy, but I believe her parents are Richard Bellamy and Christina Stanaland of Horry County, SC. You can find quite a bit if you Google around.,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=472de1850f724220&biw=1366&bih=574 Hope this helps.
Added by Cheryl Anne on Jun 20, 2012 5:50 PM
John Richardson
RE: Richardsons
Marion is in the mountains, about 30 miles east of Asheville.
Added by John Richardson on Jun 14, 2012 5:22 AM
John Richardson
RE: Richardsons
I am in Marion, NC, so I don't get down to Marion County very often. Others have done a lot of research that i have collected. After many years of roadblocks my line has been linked back eight generations, although after about the fourth it gets a bit spotty. They weren't the best record keepers.
Added by John Richardson on Jun 13, 2012 8:13 PM
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