|Paula Radniecki (#48177699)|
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I was born in Minnesota and came to live in Chesapeake, Virginia through my marriage to a Navy Military Man. I love doing research on my Families and appreciate what I can find on the Internet. I have joined today because there is a small grave area in my housing division that is tucked in the woods. I am not aware if anyone has shared this information so I decided to. I will also post all my families gravestones as well when I get a chance. If there are people out there who would like a photo sent to them of a gravestone that is local to my area let me know and I will try to get that for you.|
Marsh Creek, Chesapeake V...
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|Tommy||RE: John M Willey Memorial|
Thanks for the reply. A bit more about the Willey's. He and his first wife were married in Camden, North Carolina on Apr 16, 1868. According to the 1900 Census they had 9 children but only 4 survived. Some could possibly be buried there also. The stone marker was ordered from the Veterans Admin by his second wife for his Civil War service.
Added by Tommy on Jul 07, 2015 7:04 PM
|Tommy||John M Willey Memorial|
My name is Tommy Holt (#48404466) and I currently live in Suffolk, Va. I have been researching the Holt Family of Norfolk, Princess Anne and Currituck Counties. I recently found information on the gentleman who's grave you discovered in Deep Creek. He was married to my grandfather's cousin, Irene Estelle Holt from Moyock, NC. I have submitted edits for both he and his wife, Irene. They were married after the death of his first wife, Alexina. I would guess that may be the grave next to his. Irene was buried in Olive Branch Cemetery in Portsmouth, Va. I have limited information on the Willey Family but will be glad to share.
Added by Tommy on Jul 05, 2015 10:38 AM