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Bulldog Fan (#48178484)
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Bio Photo I have entered about 150 grave memorials from the County Line Baptist Church cemetery and 2,000 memorials from Mozley Memorial Cemetery. I have added about 1,000 grave memorials from the Douglasville City Cemetery. I have added many grave memorials and pictures from Sunrise Memorial and Mount Harmony Memorial Gardens. If I make any mistakes, please let me know. If you want memorials transferred, you must be related to them.

FindAGrave.com has been purchased by Ancestry.com which means that anything that appears in FindAGrave could appear in Ancestry.com. This also means that data from both web sites could last hundreds of years.

When I take pictures of headstones, if the other name has a born date but no death date, I sometimes put a piece of paper over the birth date to save that persons identity from being displayed on the internet.

Lately, I have taken several volunteer photos and got "no thanks" in return. When I drive out to a cemetery, find the grave and take a picture and post it on find-a-grave, then a "thanks" would be appreciated.

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Sandy Lyle
RE: W Elmer McAdams
Thank you. I appreciate this information. Do you know what cemetery Warren Elmer McAdams is buried in?
Added by Sandy Lyle on Aug 22, 2016 9:10 AM
CJBISHOP
Vernon Perkins
Thank you for all of your contributions to findagrave. Would you mind transferring memorial #149948730 into my care? This family helped raise me and I would like to do my part to keep their memorials updated and linked.
Added by CJBISHOP on Aug 22, 2016 6:07 AM
Grave Historian Daddy
Ansley graves

thanks for looking...

C
Added by Grave Historian Daddy on Aug 17, 2016 10:06 AM
Donna Greer Hood
Janice Giddens Greer
I just discovered you added information relating to my mother. I was a bit surprised, but very appreciative, to realize she had been added to the records. Thank you - Donna Greer Hood
Added by Donna Greer Hood on Aug 12, 2016 9:08 PM
Mickey Crimm
John Rogers Sr. (1680-1762)
Thanks, Howard. I'll list Park Church Graveyard. Meanwhile, there has been an ongoing controversy on the wife of John Rogers for well over 100 years. The story that his wife was Mary Byrd grew out of a faction of Rogers descendents who lived in Kentucky in the early 1800's. But all the evidence points in a different direction. I have a report on all the evidence I've collected that I will send to you through email tonite. Take care. Mickey
Added by Mickey Crimm on Aug 02, 2016 7:32 PM
Mickey Crimm
John Rogers Sr. (1680-1762)
There is scant info on Park Church online. I'll email a picture of the road marker at Newtown to you. You may have a problem reading it so here is the transcription taken from the road marker:

"Park Church was built in 1723 for the newly established Drysdale Parish. It stood on the west side of this road, two and one-half miles above Newtown. The brick Church was cruciform in shape with arms approximately 75 feet long. It was known as Park Church because of its proximity to Beverley Park, home of Robert Beverly, Jr., colonial historian of Virginia. The congregation declined in numbers when the Church of England was disestablished following the American Revolution. The Church finally was abandoned in 1801."

William K. Anderson visited the Park Church site before publishing "Donald Robertson and Rachel Rogers" in 1900. He reported that "The old Park Church was a pile of ruins." Rachel Rogers was another child of John Rogers, Sr.

Both Anderson and R.C. Thruston, in their works, reported that "John Rogers and his wife were buried just outside the walls of the old Park Church" and that Giles and wife were buried there too. Thruston reported that this information came from Lucy Robertson Semple, daughter of Rachel Rogers, granddaughter of John Rogers, Sr.
Added by Mickey Crimm on Aug 01, 2016 8:45 PM
Mickey Crimm
Mary Rogers Johnston (1727-1800)
Bulldog Fan, I believe I have located the Cemetery where Mary Rogers Johnston was buried. It's called Rogers-Robertson Family Cemetery. It's located 1.7 miles north of Woodsdale, Person County, North Carolina and is located on the Hyco River which Larkin Chew Johnston referred to in the Bible.

Mary's brother, John Rogers Jr., is buried there, along with his descendents, and is listed as John Rogers 1.

I initially added her to the Cemetery but then deleted it because you created the first memorial and I didn't want to create any confusion. Take care.

Mickey
Added by Mickey Crimm on Jul 31, 2016 1:57 PM
Mickey Crimm
John Rogers Sr. (1680-1762)
Hi, Bulldog Fan. In his genealogical work called "Donald Robertson and his wife Rachel Rogers" published in 1900, William K. Anderson stated that John Rogers Sr. and his wife were buried in the old Park Church graveyard in King & Queen County, Virginia.

In his genealogy report of 1935 called "Some Recent Finds regarding the Ancestry of George Rogers Clark" R.C. Thruston of the Filson Club Historical Society, Louisville, Kentucky, also reported that John Rogers and his wife were buried at Park Church. He also stated that the information came from Lucy Robertson Semple (1773-1856), and she also stated that Giles Rogers and his wife,the parents of John Rogers Sr, were also buried there. Lucy was a granddaughter of John Rogers Sr. through her mother Rachel Rogers Robertson and grew up in the area where John Rogers lived.

Find a Grave does not list a Park Church Cemetery. In my research I found that Park Church went defunct in 1801. But I found a road marker at Newtown,at the intersection of Hwy. 721 and Byrd's Mill Road, in King and Queen County. The road marker said that the old Park Church was located 2.5 miles up Byrd's Mill Road. I used google maps to see if I could find the Church and Graveyard but could find no trace of it.

Added by Mickey Crimm on Jul 31, 2016 1:10 PM
LKat
Norman Jack "Dusty" Kleiss
I have added a photo of his grave site marker.
Added by LKat on Jun 22, 2016 3:15 PM
Linkert
RE: PFC James E. Lee
That's no problem at all. If I can be of any assistance in the future, just let me know :-)
Greetings, Nick.
Added by Linkert on Jun 10, 2016 1:09 AM
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