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S.Rea (#48165089)
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Linda Brown Rea
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Linda Brown Rea
Mrs C F Taylor
I am looking for any information about this lady. She is my grandmothers, anna L reed atteberry, great great grandmother. Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you.

Linda F Brown Rea
Daughter of Joe Brown.
Added by Linda Brown Rea on Apr 15, 2014 6:03 PM
Tracy Reed
Anna Lee Reed Atteberry
Thank you for leaving the picture of Anna and Mr Atteberry on her memorial. I had heard stories of her growing up, but do not recall having ever met her.

Tracy L Reed
Added by Tracy Reed on Mar 07, 2014 11:00 AM
Laura Caligan
Caligans
Hi, all --

Elinor Smith Caligan and James Alexander Caligan were my great-grandparents, and I have a bit of research on them and their descendants for anyone who's interested. (My father was James Alexander Caligan [b. 1929], son of John Alexander Caligan [b. 1906]).

I'm trying hard to find out more about his father, John Caligan (born in England around 1831) married to Mary McDonald, (born in Scotland about 1830), around 1857. I've found them both on the 1870 and 1880 censuses, but I can't find any later references, death certificates, death dates, or burial sites for either. I suspect they may be buried at Cameron Hill or elsewhere in Johnsonville, but I haven't made the trip yet. A find-a-grave search shows an "Alexander Calegan" at Cameron Hill, but when I clicked on it, it said "memorial not found." Also, I'm looking for the actual death certificate of Elinor Smith's father, William John Smith, who died in 1911. I've seen photos of the grave, but want to see the certificate itself for information on his parentage.
I'd be grateful for any info you can share, and will be happy answer any questions. Thanks!
Added by Laura Caligan on Jan 15, 2014 8:08 AM
CAD
RE: Elinor Caligan
Hello,

I may be able to identify him. I have quite a few pictures of the family. I am actually working on a different family and got side tracked. :) Do you want to email it? My email address is cad7311@aol.com.

Thanks,
Cathy
Added by CAD on Dec 09, 2013 7:06 AM
CAD
Elinor Caligan
One of her sons is Sydney Caligan. Find A Grave Memorial# 95517663
Added by CAD on Dec 08, 2013 6:45 PM
Steve Hinds
Flora Margaret Cameron
S.Rea, my name is Steve Hinds and I am researching the Cameron Family genealogy. Flora Margaret Cameron (my 1st cousin, 3 time removed) was the mother of James Lemuel McQueen McCormick. Her husband was Duncan McCormick (1828-1903). Flora was the daughter of Lemuel D. Cameron, Sr.(1810-1872) and Christian Margaret Cameron (1816-1864). The 1900 Census shows she was married for 20 years to Duncan and had one son. The 1910 Census shows her as a patient in the mental hospital of N.C. and is indicated as "insane". Her Death Certificate indicates that she died on 2 Dec 1913 at the State Hospital due to complications of "senile dementia".
I am nearing completion of my second book on the Cameron Family. The first was "Descendants of John Merchant Cameron" and the current book will be titled "Descendants of Daniel 'Hill' Cameron". I presently have about 820 pages written so far.

I hope this info helps in your family search.

Steve Hinds (hinds1939@gmail.com - Findagrave # 48180521)
Added by Steve Hinds on Nov 21, 2013 10:54 AM
C. Ingraham
Elinor Caligan 74787880
Thanks for adding the photo of elinor to her memorial. I would be a very distant relation to this line. I have Cameron and McCormick lines.

If you ever come of across where her husband james is actually buried please let me know. My source said that james was buried in Cameron Hill but another person has mentioned that it might be in Antioch Presbyterian which i have notated on elinor's memorial.

thanks
Craig
Added by C. Ingraham on Nov 04, 2013 9:40 PM
 

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