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John McCall (#47721886)
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tribe hunter
I have copy/paste the biographical information. Please look at the memorial and make sure it is what you want represented. Thank you again for all you do in half of your family research.
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 20, 2014 10:52 AM
tribe hunter
Achelaus and Phebe Putnam
You have sponsored these 2 memorials. The only firm rule of transfers that I maintain is those that are born in the 18th century or earlier. There are just too many descendants of these individuals and I prefer keeping the manage I will gladly add anything you would like to these memorials and add your name as contributor. Thanks for all you do in behalf of your family research. I have been on the staff at a large genealogy/family history library in Mesa, AZ for the past 18 years. Come on down to the Southwest and join our staff. I know you are well qualified !!
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 18, 2014 6:19 PM
tribe hunter
RE: Archelaus Putman
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 18, 2014 2:32 PM
tribe hunter
RE: Archelaus Putman
Could you type a quick paragraph with your thoughts of the date estimates, etc. and I will add it to the bio and any other info that you think will help make this memorial as correct as possible. I will also keep the note that I added that you sent earlier. It's your call as you have more source information that I have. Thanks.
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 18, 2014 12:48 PM
tribe hunter
RE: Archelaus Putman
If there is any other information you would like to add to this memorial, I will be glad to add it. Thank yo.
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 16, 2014 2:19 PM
tribe hunter
RE: Archelaus Putman
I have copied and quoted your references in the bio for this memorial, listing you as the contributor. Thank you for the information.
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 16, 2014 2:17 PM
tribe hunter
Archelaus Putman
Please verify with documentation that Archelaus Putman's death place is unknown. There are several family trees that are split listing unknown and also Worchester County. I will add this discrepancy to his Bio unless there is documentation where he died.
Added by tribe hunter on Feb 16, 2014 8:42 AM
Vicki Brewer Sexton
Moses Greer Photo
Hello, Thanks for the correction on the photo, but I didn't put it on the memorial. Please contact the name listed under the photo so he can correct that for you.
GOD Bless,
Added by Vicki Brewer Sexton on Feb 10, 2014 7:40 PM
Greg Allen
RE: McCall Family graveyard
Hopefully I can explain how to get to the graveyard. I don't live in that area and I was with my cousin, William Brown, who lives in Morganton when we went in search of the graveyard. We had tried to find it many times but finally located it. We did not have a GPS at the time to figure out the coordinates but we hope to go back to some of these graveyards that we finally found and get the coordinates recorded for others to be able to more easily locate them.

We took Connelly Springs Rd in Caldwell County across a bridge over the river (or big lake) and turned into the first place on the left which might have been about a mile from the river as best as I can remember. It was a recycling place or a treatment center but I can't be positive but it had some place where you could park. On the left side of this place is a road called Goat Farm Rd which has a locked gate across it. It is now a hunting lease. We went around the gate and walked along the road for about a mile. The road at one point had a Y in the road and we took the road to the left which I think looked more like the main road. It finally came to a clearing with no clear road going out from it. At this clearing stay toward the right and go straight forward and you will see an overgrown road going into the woods. Right after going down this road you should see a hunter's stand up in a tree. Keep going down this road several more minutes and up towards your right at the top of the ridge with be the graveyard. It is surrounded by a chain linked fence. I think the coordinates of the clearing right before the graveyard is 3547'4.02"N 8132'52.18"W taken from Google Earth.

Hopefully this will get you to the graveyard.
Added by Greg Allen on Feb 08, 2014 9:10 AM
Sponsor for Artemisia Coats
John--Thank you for your support. I would be happy to transfer this memorial to you. I descend from Fredrick W- Artemisia's brother who came out to Oregon. I wish I had a good photo of the headstone to post.
Added by sbren222 on Feb 06, 2014 12:12 PM
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