|Mary K. (#48208638)|
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|Gwen Bergeron McMillin||Adams memorials|
Thank you and GOD bless you for transferring these memorials. Check out pictures I took myself on a long time ago visit to Louisiana.
|Nicki||RE: Rev. Gray Williams|
Ooops! I hit the wrong key and it went away. Sorry! Just in case it didn't go through.... of course it ok! You are doing me a favor. Whenever you can get to it, I would appreciate it. Thanks for responding!
Added by Nicki on Jun 08, 2014 3:01 PM
|Nicki||Rev Gray Williams|
Thanks so much for responding.... of course I don't mind how long it takes. Just let me know. I always thought it had a stand-up stone. Thanks in advance.
Added by Nicki on May 19, 2014 6:15 PM
|Nicki||Rev. Gray Williams|
I would be so appreciative if you would be able to take a photo of Rev. Gray Williams gravestone.
Here is the info that you already put on the findagrave website. He is my gggggrandfather.
Rev. Gray Williams
Birth: Feb. 24, 1783
Death: Feb. 7, 1856
Rev Williams was ordained an elder by Bishop William McKendree in the year 1811, under the auspices of he Virginia M.E. Conference
Note: Row 11#13 footstone G. W.
Kennerly Chapel Cemetery
Lewisburg (Logan County)
Created by: Mary K.
Record added: Nov 22, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 120699977
Added by Nicki on May 18, 2014 1:38 PM
|Loretta Woodall||Elizabeth Acock Grave Photo|
Thanks for volunteering your time to take the Acock gravestone photos for me. I really appreciate your kindness!
|NancyPoquette||RE: Paisleys buried at Ann Hummer Cemetery|
That would be most greatly useful and appreciated!!
|NancyPoquette||Paisleys buried at Ann Hummer Cemetery|
Ohhh, thank you so much, Mary,
For going beyond the requested photos and capturing photos of all the Paisley family buried at the Ann Hummer Cemetery!
I am documenting the Paisley clan descended from colonists William and Eleanor (McLean) Paisley in Guilford Co, NC, and their 3 sons soldier/ officer sons of the American Revolution: Lt. Col. John, Capt. Robert, and Private William, and their eldest sibling (my direct ancestor) Jane Paisley White Gowdy. I found rare written records from Jane herself, testifying on behalf of a neighbor, Samuel Bell, that the man who was killed on his plantation following the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, was a professed British soldier.
Many of the folks buried in your towns are from immigrant families of Guilford Co, NC and served against the British during the Revolution. Those who can be proven to have served qualify for free headstones from the US gov't.
FYI, The Country music singer, Brad Paisley, is not descended from this line. his ancestor, Hugh Paisley came to this continent at about the same time as William, probably a cousin to him. He also has patriot credentials, although I haven't documented them myself.
I thought you might enjoy knowing that you have contributed to helping several hundred descendants find their way back to discovering their Amer. Revolution ancestors!! Cheers, Nancy Poquette
|Carl Bennett||RE: James Brothers|
I suppose it is a fairly rare name, yet if you do a search on Find A Grave you will see there are 221 sites for it, 45 of them in Indiana.
|Carl Bennett||James Brothers|
Thank you for your efforts and for the information.
Much appreciation and best wishes,
|Karen ||Benjamin Clark|
Thank you so very much for obtaining the photo for me.
Added by Karen on Mar 02, 2014 9:01 AM
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