|Betty Holland King||Leatherwood|
Chuck, thank you for such a user friendly transfer
to show my appreciation, i would like to sponsor a couple memorials of your choice... any family member or any person you would like.
if you can send me a couple of memorial numbers, it would be my honor to do that as a small thank you.
Added by Betty Holland King on Dec 03, 2016 6:05 PM
|Crystal Burnham||Mary Emaline Hampton Hope Cornwell|
She and David Lawson Hope did have one child, Samuel David Lawson Hope B: 22 Aug 1862 Tennessee. Have no death date but he is listed in a Pension request record #133695 and made by William H Cornwell for monies from his father's Civil War pension. If you would like more info I can help. David Lawson Hope died in Andersonville Prison as a prisoner of war.
Added by Crystal Burnham on Nov 27, 2016 4:22 AM
|Carl Catherman||Willis Hogsed|
Thank you very much for adding the bio. I really appreciate your quick response.
Added by Carl Catherman on Nov 26, 2016 7:33 AM
|CLank||My Great Aunt|
Hi, I was searching threw Fairview Baptist Church and happened upon my Great Aunt's tombstone that does not have a date of death. I don't think I can edit your post on it but here is what i have.
#54470595 passed away March 18, 2008 she went by Bobby
#11534437 her husband went by Doxy
I have not been able to find their son Ronnie Jones who passed away I believe in the same year. I could be wrong about that.
Added by CLank on Nov 16, 2016 8:58 PM
|Sheila Harrison||Elviry Grizzle Gooch 11118774|
Chuck, there are two memorials for Elvira Elviry Grizzle Gooch - the other one, 13311855, was created after yours, but it has more information on it. I wonder if you would consider deleting yours? All the photos plus other information is on the other one.
Added by Sheila Harrison on Nov 07, 2016 9:34 PM
|Joe Riddle||Thank you for the Transfers!|
Thank you for transferring Bass & Callie Dockery to me.
I knew them very well.
Bass was a big man about 6.4ft tall. He had only arm. He grew a gray long beard. A true Mountain Man!
Callie was a small thin woman about 5 ft. They had a inch of kids.
Added by Joe Riddle on Oct 31, 2016 9:44 AM
|Amy Vetrone||Find A Grave Memorial# 25373928|
Find A Grave Memorial# 25373928 Benjamin McConnell is the grandfather of my son-in-law. Thank you for taking the time to take the pictures and put up the memorials!
May I have your permission to use the photo's on my Ancestry tree?
Thank you in advance.
Added by Amy Vetrone on Oct 30, 2016 7:13 AM
|Joe Riddle||Request Transfer|
Please consider transferring Bass and Callie's grave to me.
I grew up with them in the mountains.
My family bought land from Bass and I use to
all the time.
I thought I could put down some of my memories
about the both of them.
Please say yes on the transfers!
My niece keeps up with Momma and Daddy's grave on Find a Grave. They are buried on the TN side at Green Cove Cemetery.
Added by Joe Riddle on Oct 26, 2016 6:13 AM
|Melvin Almond||William A Grindstaff Memorial 448 504 37|
In my earlier email i stated that the correct name was Annison.
I have ran across issues like this quite often. Example the wife of James Oliver Bailey, Rebecca Eveline Laws Bailey. The proper spelling Eveline is Evelyn but whom ever spelled it Eveline. Another is Sallie, the proper spelling is Sally. But i have always and have been told that the spelling of family records is what one must used understand that many could not spell very well and spell the way it sounds to them.
My brother has look up death and marriage records on William A Grindstaff and they read Anderson. Te family records that was used by Dr Lloyd Bailey the name is spelled Annison . It could be that the proper spelling is Anderson but the family spelled it as Annison.
Another example is James Oliver's sister, Nancy Jemisine Bailey. The proper spelling is said to be Jimersign, but again the family record s read Jemisine, so this is what is used.
The only difference i see from what you have is the spelling of Anderson. and Nancy's name. You have Nancy Jimersign Bailey Grindstaff. Dr Lloyd Bailey's book has her name is Nancy K. Every thing i have matches what you have but that. I can understand Annison and Anderson. To me the major issue is Nancy K and Nancy Jimersign.
You might note the spelling of Anderson as also spelled Annison at the time he was born so people can see that they are the same person. I would like to know where Nancy Jimersign came from. To me that is the major differance in what you have and what my source has.
Again i would really appreciate it very much if you would transfer the two memorials i mentioned in my earlier email to me.
Melvin Malone Almond
Added by Melvin Almond on Oct 23, 2016 8:48 AM
|Melvin Almond||Memorial 448 504 37 -Williaml A Grindstaff|
James Oliver Bailey is my great Grandfather. father of Nancy K and the father of Thomas Malone Bailey, my grandfather, my mother's, Suckey Juanita Bailey, father
You have William Anderson Grindstaff, but the correct Name is William Annison Grindstaff
Spouse memorial 448 505 56
You Have Nancy Jimersign Bailey, It is Nancy K Bailey. her nick name was Nannie. Born: 3-3-1872 Died: 10-9-1936. She died in a house fire, Lived in Andrews N C
My source is The Heritage of the Toe River Valley, Avery, Mitchell and Yancey County by Dr Lloyd Richard Bailey. Article 39, page 96 and 97
If you would, i would like for you to transfer memory # 448 504 37 & 448 505 56 to me. Melvin Malone Almond # 489 877 10.
Thanks for your consideration.
Melvin Malone Almond
Added by Melvin Almond on Oct 22, 2016 2:55 PM
|Lynn||Mary Faye Martin Brumby Hull|
Chuck, I made a mistake yesterday in my request for a link to Mary Faye's mother. Mary Faye's memorial number is 11295086. I should have requested the link to Lillian Truman Grogan Martin at memorial number 67493394. Instead, I made an input error to memorial number 67413394 for Theresa Ferreti. Oops! Would you please link Mary Faye to her mother? I apologize!
Added by Lynn on Oct 06, 2016 7:09 AM
|KJ||W. P. Palmer (1857-1900)|
I believe there is an error in the name. Philip Palmer is seen as Philip F. Palmer in 1860 census, and as Phillip Palmer in all other census and marriage records until 1900 census where he appears as W. Phillip Palmer, and his probate records as W. P. Palmer. Nowhere else can I find him to be known as William. He had an older brother William T. Palmer. I believe the two have been "merged" in some way. He had a son named Worth: it is possible his first name was Worth. But I do not believe he was named William at all, especially since his brother's name was William.
Added by KJ on Oct 01, 2016 12:10 PM
Hi Chuck, I was wondering if you are related to the Kilpatricks in Murphy, Nc. I saw you have Hildred Kilpatrick Sneed. but no information other the name and dates. She was my mother in laws mother. If you are related I would be happy to give you some information I have on her. If you are not related would you mind transferring her to me? If not its ok I can still send you some information to add to the memorial. Homer was her 2nd husband. Have a wonderful day. and I do want to thank you for adding the picture of her grave marker.
Added by Melissa on Sep 26, 2016 2:36 PM
|SR Strickland||Charles D. McCay, Jr.|
Hi. So sorry but my fingers didn't work so well and I "Claimed" Jr. when I meant to claim Sr. You'll have to re-request C. D. McCay Jr.
Added by SR Strickland on Sep 17, 2016 7:04 PM
|Colleen||Sam and Nora Jones in Fairview Baptist Church Cemetary|
Hi Chuck, I wanted to thank you for your time and effort for documenting my great grand-parents in Find A Grave!! I have photos that I would like to add, I hope you don't mind.
Added by Colleen on Aug 23, 2016 8:44 AM
|Patsy Conlon||Myrtle Teague Wright|
Thank you so much for the edit. Much appreciated.
Patsy - Texas
Added by Patsy Conlon on Aug 20, 2016 5:27 PM
|Patsy Conlon||James Calvin Monroe Wright|
Thanks you for the edit. Much appreciated.
Patsy - Texas
Added by Patsy Conlon on Aug 20, 2016 4:08 PM
|Blanche Wallace||Susan Plemons mem # 31380927|
I would like to ask if you recall the general location in Unaka Cem. where you photographed this marker. I could not find it, but it is a very large cemetery. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Blanche M Wallace
Added by Blanche Wallace on Aug 20, 2016 11:10 AM
|R & J Black||McClure|
Thank you for the kind transfer and all your great postings.
Added by R & J Black on Aug 09, 2016 1:42 PM
|Kathy Strenad||Grave for my Mother|
Thank You go much for posting this. I am trying to get info on my family to pass on to my children and this has been a big help for me
Added by Kathy Strenad on Jul 05, 2016 1:52 PM
|R & J Black||Patton|
Thank you for the kind transfer and all your work in this area.
Added by R & J Black on Jun 27, 2016 3:56 PM
|Billy Cowan||Jim Patterson|
James "jim" Patterson had a son named Enoch N. Patterson
Added by Billy Cowan on Jun 20, 2016 4:18 PM
|Ann Miller Woodford||Your valuable Find a Grave work|
Thank you, Chuck, for including black people in your work. Your kindness will help so many people. It helped me to write my book, When All Godís Children Get Together: A Celebration of the Lives and Music of African American People in Far Western North Carolina. I am very grateful.
Ann Miller Woodford
Added by Ann Miller Woodford on Jun 12, 2016 8:43 PM
|Kay Kelly||Ruby McCullough|
Thank you for transferring Ruby McCullough to me. The family appreciates the work you have done.
Added by Kay Kelly on May 30, 2016 4:08 PM
Thanks, so much, Chuck!
Added by MSL on May 24, 2016 2:43 PM