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|S. K. Tolley||Anna Bell Bratton|
I was able to locate and photograph her gravesite. It does not yet have a headstone, but if one is placed I will get a photograph of it.
|A F||H.M. Billingsley|
I'm not sure if the women in the photo are related or not.
The photo was originally sent to my grand aunt Anna Bell (Billingsley) Bratton and her mother, Mamie Evelyn (Smallwood) Billingsley.
H.M. Billingsley and J.H. Smallwood are both my 3rd Great Grandfathers through Henry's grandson Joseph Alonzo Billingsley, son of John Rucker (of Henry's 1st wife, Mary Angelina McDonald), who married James' grand-daughter Mamie Evelyn, daughter of Samuel Milligan Smallwood.
So Mamie and Joseph were my Great Grandparents :)
Added by A F on Mar 02, 2013 3:53 PM
|A F||H.M. Billingsley|
The photo of H.M. Billingsley's gravestone was not originally mine, however was available to be shared through Ancestry.com and should be available to add to your tree through their :)
As for the photo of the memorial, unfortunately my grandmother never knew the names of those in the photo other than Henry himself and his best friend James Smallwood and my great-grandmother never wrote them down on her copy of the image, so I am still searching for their names and confirmation on the location it was taken.
I would be happy to send you both photos, you can email me at email@example.com
Added by A F on Feb 27, 2013 9:37 PM
|unknown||RE: Thomas Billingsley|
Thomas Billingsley was born 16 Feb 1781 in montgomery county, NC. The Son of Samuel "Sias" Billingsley and Elizabeth Wilson. His wife was Elizabeth Abercrombie. His death was 9 Oct 1850.
I did not put in the dates of this because I've not seen the tombstone, so when someone finds the stone, then the dates can be added, just incase it is a different Thomas.
This information was found in the source: The Billingsley Family in America; Part I. I John Billingsley, page 301. You can view this on Ancestry.com if you are a subscriber here is a direct link to that page: (You may have to copy/paste into your search engine)
The transcription of the graves in this cemetery can be seen on the USGENWEB project. Here is a direct link to that page:(You may have to copy/paste into your search engine)
Hope that helps.
Added by unknown on Feb 18, 2013 5:43 PM
|Judy Blacksher||RE: Anna Belle Bratton|
It is okay if you copy her obit, but the cemetery picture is not mine. The person's name is under the cemetery picture, so you will have to contact that person. I will be happy to transfer your aunts memorial to your care, but if you want the transfer please let me know.
|Texas Salzburger||RE: Oliver Marion Heidt|
That's fine if you want to use it.
|Robert Strickland||RE: Pearce|
You can use any picture that I have on Find a grave.
|Keith Balon||RE: Wiley Pearce b 1799 SC|
FindAGrave is for sharing information. Your proposal is fine with me.
|Sharron Cohen||RE: Norwood is Not Mine|
Ah, I misunderstood your request. Sure, you can copy the photo. Sharron
|Sharron Cohen||Norwood is Not Mine|
ResearcherLS -- There are two Jonathan Norwoods in Gloucester, neither of them under my management. If you are referring to the one in Bayview Cemetery, I added the photo, but you'll have to contact the memorial manager for a transfer. Sharron
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