|Terri L. Lilly (#47820568)|
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I am currently researching back up my family line. I have been doing research and visiting cemeteries to dig up information on my family. |
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|Robert Allan Hinton||RE: Hinton Family|
I am sorry, but I do not have good health. I want to avoid assuming responsibility for family records for which I will not have enough time, energy, or health resources.
Sorry, this message came during my mother's 4th bout with cancer and got overlooked.
Yes, I'm in DAR. It's really very simple -- go to www.dar.org and find the word MEMBERSHIP. Click it, and a link on the next page will let you indicate that you're interested in joining. DAR then notifies the right people and a chapter in your area will contact you. There is at least one person in each chapter, usually the membership chairman but often the Registrar, who will lead you by the hand, tell you exactly which pieces of paper you need and what to write on the application form.
Costs? Around $100 for the application processing and the first year's National dues. After that, each chapter sets their dues and they are all over the place, so if you're contacted by more than one, feel free to ask about annual dues...between $50 and $100 a year, far's I know.
You can contact me at the @capaccess.org address if you want to talk about it.
Added by csinghal on Jul 05, 2013 8:23 PM
|Walter H. Pack Family||RE: Bob Lilly|
Hi Terri: How in the world are you doing? I just placed him in the cemetery the book said he was in. I deleted him for you my sweet friend. Thank you for letting me know. Hope and pray all is good on your end.
Even Hinton was born Aug. 8, 1821, and died April 2, 1897. He was one of the most exemplary and prominent citizens of the county. It was through his efforts that the county was formed. Mr. Hinton had the surveys made, and lobbied the necessary legislation. Shortly after the formation of Summers County Feb. 27, 1871, he was appointed sheriff by Judge of the Circuit Court. It was about the last of April 1871 that he took office. He was elected to the office on August 22, 1872. The term of office was four years, from Jan 1 1873 to Dec 31 1876. Even was a Confederate soldier. He married Nancy Wilborn, May 30, 1849. Even was a Democrat.
|Russell E Bennett Jr||Johnson Cemtery|
Terry, my response on how to locate the Johnson Cemetery is a lenghly one. Please send the request directly to my email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll try to answer tonight late.
I have about 10 memorials that I have not yet posted for the Johnson Cemetery. Perhaps I can get those done tonight as well. Who are you looking for in particular? >Russell
|Brittany Wykle||RE: graves|
Whenever works for you!
|Brittany Wykle||Incorrect info.|
I know. It definitely does rattle your nerves when it is your own kin folk and you know more about them than anybody else does or would. Some people are hard headed though..."if you can't impress them with brains, baffle them with bullshit."
|Brittany Wykle||DEAR BFF|
Cemetery hunting soon down the Lilly line? :)
I think we need to correct a few errors back up the line.
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