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|I'm a Genealogy buff with a degree in History, so that makes me a stickler for records. Headstones are great primary sources! The kiddos and I love a good grave hunt on a nice day. |
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|Sara Snell-Kirton||Dotson (Mt.Latham)|
I added a couple more Dotsons that you might be related to.
Just wanted to know if we were related or not I see that you place flowers on a lot of the Dotson family's graves.
|Denise Beil||RE: Edna Mae Dotson|
You're welcome. I'm glad I was able to help. :)
|Rebecca Hold||John Hawken and Henry Hawken|
Thank you so much Amy for searching for my 2 ancestors' graves. I appreciate all you have done.
Rebecca Osmond Hold
Thank you so very much for trying to find my 3rd great grandmother's grave (Mariem Foley Gordon). She was originally buried in the Foley cemetery on In woods on E. side of Grant Rd. S. of Moorefield Rd. I was told that her body had been transfered to the Mumper Cemetery (Moorefield Chapel) when a reservoir was built near the old Foley Cemetery. She had a stone at one time, but now I just don't know what has happened to her. Some of her relatives that were in the Foley cemetery were transfered to Mumper and some to Ferncliff, but Ferncliff said they had no record of her burial, so I figured she must be at Mumper. I truly thank you for your effort to take a photo of her grave. It was very gracious of you to go to so much trouble.
Thanks so much for check for his headstone. Not finding his stone is still progress for us as we search out as much information as we can on this family. Your help on this is appreciated.
|Connie Starnes||RE: The O'Callaghan graves in Williston|
There was another stone with that last name that I added to f-a-g and the photo that I took. The name was Arthur Walker O'Callaghan
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