|Amy Harris Lue (#48025383)|
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|I am a lover of family history. Grew up and still live on the Harris farm originally bought in the 1700s by our family in Granville county, NC. I am a descendant of Harrises, Deals, Watsons, Rimmers, Sherrills, Grays, Barnes, Cheathams, Wrights, Watts, Adams, and the list goes on. |
I was taught the love of family history at the knee of my paternal Grandmother, Lina Gray Deal Harris, who was from Iredell County, NC. Unfortunately when the spark of my love was just igniting, she passed away. Today, I can log onto a computer and find the names of my ancestors and see their graves. She on the other hand had to travel across the state, visit countless courthouses and comb thru books yellowed with age to see the names of her ancestors scrawled in hard to read script. I continue to record and research our family in her memory. Thanks Grandma for sparking this love and thirst for our past.
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|Barbara Thomas||Harris Fam|
please contact me connected to the Harris - Duty - Thomas family of Granville Co N C
|Edna Crawford King||RE: ForestLawn-Lue|
Hi again, Amy
I just got back from Forest Lawn--what a HOT day-over 100!.
And I swear it was almost like he wanted me to find his spot. After I finally got a good shot of my Uncle's sister's stone(she was a joker and probably messed up all her other shots on purpose!) I counted backward from their area and walked straight to him. What feeling!!
I'll process the shots after dinner and put his in place then. I took several; including the area where he is under a shade tree.
I know Find A Grave won't want all of that; but I can e-mail those to you if you want the extras...Just let me know - - firstname.lastname@example.org - -
|Edna Crawford King||ForestLawn-Lue|
Hello Amy, I see that you have been part of the F.A.G. family for less than 2 years-Welcome to the nicest 'addiction' I have ever heard of--I have found that climbing my and my husband's family trees and shaking out the nuts has been very exciting! ...
I have family on my mother's side that are resting in Forest Lawn, Norfolk. And plan on going back to visit this week; if the weather behaves..
There is a Forest Lawn list; completed in 2008, I have found that has 4 'Lue' names, it includes the one you have requested. One of my Uncles is buried in the Live Oak section; I will try to locate your fella-REX(but the last time I went; I could swear that the area got bigger- even with the map- the longer I wandered around it;-) and I had to finally give up feeding the mosquitoes and go home!).
Again, Welcome.. Edna King,
ps- not putting in a 'Find A Grave claim'; just in case I cannot find his stone and someone else can find it first.