|William W. Rolland (#48347762)|
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Bill Rolland taught physics at King College for 10 years and was Associate Professor of Computer Science at St. Andrews Presbyterian College for over 40 years and a Commissioned Lay Pastor of Manly Presbyterian Church in Southern Pines, NC for almost 27 years beginning in 1984.|
My family names are: Rolland/Rowland/Roland, Woody, Mathis/Matthews, Noland, Bradshaw, Johnson. Seay. They are especially in Western North Carolina.
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|Lorraine Lambert||Louvenia Roland Lambert|
Thank you for the names of her parents. They are now connected.
Blessings to you and yours, as we give thanks for America.
|Charlotte||Thank you !|
With best regards from Austria !
|Anne Sullivan Miscoski||RE: Photos of the Liston's grave markers|
You are very welcome Mr. Rolland. Have a nice weekend.
|Raven||Floral Garden Cemetery|
If you can call the cemetery office and get the section # of the 2 graves, I'll be able to locate and photograph them for you.
Floral Garden is about 125 acres with well over 24 thousand graves.
Walking and hoping to find a certain grave just isn't going to work in this cemetery.
Once I have the section #, I'll be able to have the photos in a day or 2.
Added by Raven on May 26, 2014 8:52 PM
|Cassie Clark||Woody Cemetery|
I just wanted to say thank you for all your work on finding, photographing, and posting the graves for the Shepard's Creek Woody Cemetery. :)
|Mike Gourley||RE: Woody Cemetery on Forney Creek|
Thank you for your comments William. I found that I had to send an email to findagrave in order to make this change to the cemetery info. Hopefully, they will make that change soon to avoid further confusion. I should have put that it was in the National Park when I first created it. I recently purchased a canoe and trolling motor for the express purpose of getting across Fontana to many of the cemeteries I have not been able to visit. I have been to more than 140 cemeteries in the National Park and a few that the park does not seem to know about. I have been fortunate to hike with some folks on the Tennessee side who know where some single graves are located. I am sure there are several unknown graves on both sides of the park. Sad to see them forgotten. Happy to share on sites such as this so that others do not become forgotten to. On the subject of hiking, you might check out some of my hiking blogs on GoSmokies.com and again I appreciated your correspondence.
|Kenneth Hockin||Nellie Roland|
Hi Bill, I have updated Nellie Roland Find A Grave Memorial# 64771445 as best as I thought you would like? If not, let me know. The record needs to be correct for future generations.
|Donna Thomas||William Duncan # 82290651|
It was my pleasure to add your comment about William to his memorial.
|Donna V Jackson Kester||William Hicks|
I have your request to add Doris Edith Collins Hicks to the memorial for William Hicks, but you didn't include her memorial number. I found a Doris Edith Allred Collins on Find A Grave. Is that the same person?
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