|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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|LostGeneration||Martha Matthews #52165898|
Can you please tell me your source for your birth place of Natchez, Adams County, Mississippi? Thanks, LG
|LarryEldreth||RE: Photo of Marvin Farmer grave stone|
It was my pleasure.
|David W. Pressley||RE: Valerie Fields Edits|
No, no relation to that Wayne that I know of.
|Susie Blackwell||RE: Photo of Floyd Blackwell Gravesite|
You are very welcome Bill. It was important to us to have the photos as well. Blackie was my huband's Dad.
Susie and Mike Blackwell
|Cassie Clark||Wilson C. Seay #128672438|
Hey Bill! I just wanted to let you know that after the battle of Spotsylvania many Confederate soldiers were buried in the Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery. A little research might prove Wilson's body is there among his fallen brothers in arms. Hope you are well! :)
|Just Plain Nosy||RE: Burial of Archie McRimmon|
|Double L||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.
Added by Double L on Jul 02, 2014 8:47 PM
|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
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