|Tonya Hersey-Shank (#47837778)|
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I'm a mother of four daughters. I love finding out about my ancestors and am proud of my bloodline.|
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|Joan||William Adams (D: 1890)|
Hi ~ I checked with the office at Evergreen Cem. in St. Augustine for William. They have no record in their computer for him, however, they said not all people buried in Evergreen are in the computer. Do you have any other info, e.g., wife or parents?
Added by Joan on Sep 17, 2014 12:36 PM
Hi. Can you help me find a connection? I have a Stafford Davis who was in the Civil War and he was a step father to my Great Grandfather. He married Nancy Ann Hall after her husband James K. Hall died. I am pretty sure Stafford was the grandson of old Dr. Stafford Davis buried in Wilsonville. Want to know who his father was. Thanks so much for any help. Cindy Cady
|Brad Foster||RE: Thank you!!|
Glad to hear and you're very welcome! Always great when I can find them and get the photos!
|Brenda & Pete||RE: George Espenshade|
You're welcome. Sometimes fulfilling requests takes a little extra effort. Sometimes you have to cut or pull grass from around the markers, sometimes you have to dig in the front of them so you can see the writing on a marker that has sunk down into the dirt, and sometimes you have to flip them over.(if they are not too heavy) Anyway.....glad we could help.
Brenda & Pete
|Brenda & Pete||RE: The Shanks...|
Good Morning Tonya,
You are so very welcome. It was our pleasure to be able to help. The marker for the Shanks was easy to photogragh, but the one for George Espenshade was a little more of a challenge. The marker had fallen over, face down, and had been that way for soom time. Pete dug all around it until he could get his fingers underneath and pull it over. Don't know what I would do without him.
Have a great weekend.
Brenda & Pete
|Terry Donaldson||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for that link it had exactly the information on it that I was looking for. I will have to explore that website more thoroughly now that I know of it. This is my husbands side of the family.