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William Low (#47825750)
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Note on submitted edits: I don't frequently check for them, so if you have submitted an edit and I have not yet approved it, it more than likely means I just haven't noticed it. If a really long time has past, just nudge me with an email or a Find a Grave message.
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 • 102 Memorials Added
 • 137 Memorials Managed
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Norman & Kim Clark Hiatt
Jatha Milford Tetterton
I couldn't remove Jatha's spouse. I wasn't the person who linked the two. I did remove and repost her to fix the error.
Added by Norman & Kim Clark Hiatt on May 30, 2016 5:51 PM
JCameron
RE: Margaret S Hill Johnson
Glad I could help! No, I'm not related, although my dad was also from Cape Breton. I'm just slowly adding all the memorials in Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellesley, which is about a mile from my house. Looks like Margaret (#156657896) came here to live with her son William, who was Wellesley's superintendent of schools, after her husband died at sea. Thanks for your note...
Added by JCameron on Apr 20, 2016 8:58 AM
Bracky
RE: Myrtle M Ingram Hayworth
Thank you for the message. I looked but did not find her gravestone. There is a slight possibility that I missed it but some graves do not have stones or they become illegible. The small markers provided by the funeral homes can easily go missing. Still there is a good possibility that she is buried there. I will see if the church has a plot diagram to locate her exact burial spot.
Added by Bracky on Nov 16, 2015 2:34 PM
Patti Yourko Burns
RE: Wrong photos?
I am sorry about that I have removed the photos.
Patti
Added by Patti Yourko Burns on Jan 19, 2015 4:56 PM
imadeputy
Walter Elliott Ward Jr
Mr. Walter Elliott “Doc” Ward, Jr. died Monday, September 30, 2013 at his home. Born February 15, 1948 in Martin County, he was a son of the late Walter Elliott Ward, Sr. and Margaret Potter Ward.
Funeral Services will be private.
He is survived by his wife Norma of the home: children: Paul Elliott Ward of Wingate, Christy Allyson Cook of Marshville, Step children, Sharon Kristine Kirkland of Weddington, Michael Wayne Rentz, MD, 10 grandchildren.
The family suggests memorial to be made to the Levine Cancer Institute, 106 Diane Street, Wingate, NC 28174.
Added by imadeputy on Jan 16, 2015 5:49 AM
imadeputy
Walter Elliott Ward Sr
This is what I have on Walter Elliott Ward, Sr.

1930 Census:
- Vernon Albert Ward 45
- Mary Elizabeth Ward 42

- Vernon A Ward Jr 17
- Walter Elliott Ward 14
- Stewart J Ward 12
- Francis E Ward 10
- Joseph M Ward 5

Don't show anything on Margaret Elizabeth or Beatrice Ann....

Walter Elliott Ward's son was his Junior who passed away in Union County, NC in Sept 2013 and I have him listed.

Regards,
J.W.
Added by imadeputy on Jan 15, 2015 6:56 AM
W Fowler
RE: James F Ross
My pleasure. Glad to see him linked to his family. You are the first to claim one of the folks in that cemetery since I added nearly 3 years ago.
Added by W Fowler on Jan 02, 2015 3:31 PM
Casey Bridges
RE: Bonnie Potter Mixon
Your welcome
Added by Casey Bridges on Jul 30, 2014 12:08 PM
Deborah S
Rosa Ward
I meant to also say that I will try to get better pictures in the fall or winter when the grass is not covering so much of the headstones. I did not have anything with me to try to trim the grass away from the stones. These were very hard to read anyway and the grass didn't help!

I will put them on my list for re-takes. Robersonville Town Cemetery is on my list to completely photograph at some point. It has been hit and miss to this point.

Deborah
Added by Deborah S on Jul 29, 2014 7:52 PM
Deborah S
RE: Rosa Margaret Potter Ward
You are most welcome. I really enjoy doing this, but what totally makes it worthwhile is receiving nice notes such as you sent. Those days where it's 100 degrees and I'm melting, or it's starting to snow, or snow is melting (instead of me!) and the ground is a mushy mess (I've been photographing in all conditions!) sometimes make me think I'm totally crazy to be doing this. But then a nice person comes along and says thank you. TOTALLY MAKES MY DAY!

I appreciate you taking the time to drop me a note!

Deborah
Added by Deborah S on Jul 29, 2014 7:47 PM
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