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Cynthia Daniel (#46821179)
 member for 11 years, 4 months, 9 days
Duplicate photo
Cynthia, please remove the headstone photo on memorial #119291747. There are two already there and the limit for the memorials is 5 total. Thanks, Nala

Added by Nala on Dec 27, 2016 7:26 AM

Lula McDougal Hairrell's husband
I left you a picture on Lula Hairrell's memorial about her husband TJ Hairrell. I can delete it if necessary. He may be at Forest Park Lawndale in addition to his son and grandson?

Added by SarahATX on Sep 05, 2016 4:28 AM

Cheryl Dyches Halsey
I do not maintain this memorial and did not link her to Cecil SR. Thanks, Nala

Added by Nala on Jul 31, 2016 5:24 PM

Marcie A. McRae
RE: Selma Goss memorial
I haven't spoken with her yet...I plan on in the next week or so. But if she doesn't take it I would still be honored to maintain her memorial.

Have a great weekend.

Marcie McRae

Added by Marcie A. McRae on Jun 17, 2016 1:57 PM

Marcie A. McRae
RE: Selma Goss memorial
Yes, I have spoken with Becky and we discussed a few things and I am suppose to get back with her in a couple of weeks. If you would like to transfer Selma to her that's fine, I just try to keep information going on all my relatives/ancestors. I am very involved in my researching which is everyday nearly all day long. I appreciate you answering me back; sorry it took me a while to get back with you busy days turn into busy nights...HA!

Again, thank you! I understand and appreciate everything you do.

Have a great weekend,
Marcie McRae

Added by Marcie A. McRae on Jun 10, 2016 3:30 PM

Susan Williams
RE: Memorial 122664459
yes, I know. I added the photo of the stone at Bull Swamp because, for some reason, Willie was not mentioned as a spouse in her obituary. Flossie was married to him at the time of his death. Willie was also (1st) married to Gladys Cooper, my cousin.


Willie Ervin Mitchum, 43, died at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Orangeburg Regional Hospital after declining health for several months.

Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Monday morning at the Thompson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. J.M. Lane and the Rev. J.M. Wood Jr. officiating. Burial will be in the Bull Swamp Baptist Cemetery near North.

He was a son of the late Barney S. and Lizzie Jackson Mitchum of Orangeburg County and a member of the Bull Swamp Baptist Church.

Surviving include the widow, Mrs. Flossie B. Mitchum of Orangeburg; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Harmon and Mrs. Laverne Branham of Columbia; a son Rayford Mitchum of Barnwell; two step sons, Robert and Byron Williamson of Orangeburg; two sisters, Mrs. W.H. Redmond of North Charleston and Mrs. C.M. Shumaker of Charleston; two brothers, F.E. Mitchum of Denamrk and Andrew V. Mitchum of Baton Rouge, La.; and three grandchildren.


Added by Susan Williams on Mar 29, 2016 11:14 AM

Bryan Allen
Goss family
Nancy Ann Goss Pemberton, Nancy did not get married to Levi Brown. Nancy married her stepfather John E. Pemberton Jr. at the age of 18. Her mother Frances "Fanny" Goss partnered up with Bastld Goss( son of Matthew William Goss and wife Diais Pampas Goss) her cousin.Nancy Ann Goss was the only child born out of that partnership. Fanny re-married to a man called Washington.

Added by Bryan Allen on Feb 11, 2016 8:17 PM

Sara Baker Partridge
RE: John McDonald
Yes I am on Are you related to my husband?

Added by Sara Baker Partridge on Nov 29, 2015 3:34 PM

Sara Baker Partridge
John McDonald
I wrote an explanation about why I rejected your correction but I guess you didnt see it. John McDonald was my husbands 2x great grandfather. As far as the family are concerned, his name was McDonald. His third wife or her son were the ones responsible for the spelling on his tombstone. I met many of his grandchildren (the last died in 2013) and they said their Mama spelled her maiden name McDonald. I have his own handwriting with it spelled McDonald. That is why i will not change his name to reflect what is on his stone.


Added by Sara Baker Partridge on Nov 28, 2015 6:11 PM

RE: Helen Secunda Mahoney
Yes, I do own that yearbook.

Added by FRANMIS on Nov 24, 2015 6:33 AM

RE: Helen Secunda Mahoney
Hi Cynthia,

Can't recall receiving any emails from you as my address is still the same. Have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving.


Added by FRANMIS on Nov 23, 2015 4:08 PM

Ronald Keel
RE: Carson A. Keel
Thank you for the info Cynthia. Me and my sister plan on going to the reunion next year. My Great grandfather and his brother were married to two of the Howell sisters. I have been in touch with John and will ask him about contacting that lady.
Thank you very much Ronald Keel.

Added by Ronald Keel on Oct 31, 2015 3:26 PM

RE: Era Martha Gantt Keadle
Thank you so much for the flowers. She was an incredible mother in law!

Added by scpck on Aug 14, 2015 3:09 PM

Janet T
RE: Janie Ruth Baughman Smith
Hi Cynthia! It doesn't look like she is. But sometime the family doesn't get the engraving done. Someone else made the page. I just supplied the pic when it was requested for her and or her husband.

Added by Janet T on Jun 28, 2015 7:09 AM

Janet T
Janie Ruth Baughman Smith
Hi! I hope you are well and nicely recuperated! I have someone asking for a pic of her stone and hoping for a death date. But sadly, the stone has not been engraved. Do you know when she died?

Added by Janet T on Apr 03, 2015 9:07 PM

Lula Hairrell Husband
Hi, I think that Lula's husband may be in Plot #235. Apparently, the marker only had the last name Hairrell. The dates and the first name were not legible at the time the cemetery was transcribed in the late 1960s. But plot 235-237 have Hairrell's interred. There was a child that died as an infant named Gainnie. I'll set up the memorial, if you wish to manage it, just let me know. Sarah

Added by SarahATX on Mar 27, 2015 5:30 PM

Pamela Wise
Ruth Mundy Hutto
Who was her husband ? My uncle Cornell Hutto was married to a Ruth Mundy there was a daughter. I met the daughter. I visited her once as a child and there was a picture of her that I recall. I am going to try to find any thing I can if you have any clues I would appreciate it.

Added by Pamela Wise on Mar 26, 2015 1:58 PM

Ronald Keel
Carson A. Keel
Where or from whom ,did you get the pictures. I was told that the civil war one was an oil painting. I would like to track down these two as they are of my Great Grandfather.

Ronald Keel

Wade Hampton
Ray Nelson

Added by Ronald Keel on Feb 17, 2015 10:29 PM

findagrave Myrtice Sonnenburg
I got the memorial passed on to me. I do not think I am related so I am transferring to you. Thanks for your wonderful work.


Your suggestion:
Find A Grave contributor Cynthia Daniel has made a suggestion to you regarding
your Find A Grave memorial for Myrtice Sonnenberg.
Link to memorial:
Link to contributor profile:

Their suggestion:
Only Owen Alderman and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mae Mundy are her siblings. Someone
has become confused because there are two John Calvin Mundys at Windsor. Maybe
someone else submitted changes that caused this.

Find A Grave Memorial# 84303938 - is not her father.

Find A Grave Memorial# 84257583 - is her father.

Added by Rhonda on Feb 17, 2015 10:58 AM

John Brown, # 22949404
The way the blocks in Woodlawn are set up, the blocks run north-south. Each block has an access road running north-south on either side of each block, forming the east and west perimeters.

Each block has 4 rows running north-south; two outer rows next to the access roads, and two inner rows.

The stones in the two inner rows run back to back, so that the people in the west-center rows face west, and the people in the east-center rows face east. It's like the people in the center rows are head to head.

I know this sounds a bit confusing, but the upright stone you wondered was John's and sits back a little bit is for the person with his head to John's and facing in the opposite direction. The stone I believe you were asking about belongs to Ithema and Clementina Pruitt. I actually have a shot of John from that angle also.

I never chalk stones. The chalk thought to be especially bad for stones made from the softer materials; the very stones which end up being harder to read; and if someone sees such photos on Find or sees someone doing this, there could be an issue.

I have a link on my home page, "Safe Solutions for hard to read tombstones".

Beyond that, I do see a piece of a broken stone near where John is in one of the photos that I am a bit curious about and wish I had investigated. I do not know if I'll make it out any time soon as I live out of state and am leaving Tuesday AM, but I'll try. There is someone else requesting a photo of what I believe to be an unmarked, and like John, I figured out exactly where that person is and want to snap a shot. This hobby is addictive. :-)

Sorry about the book, but I hope this helps. If your friend has more info on the baby who passed, that may be helpful in determining if the baby is buried next to John. Several persons buried in this cemetery are not in Find, and they are not in the Palm Beach GenSoc site, but city hall has records.

Take care, Cynthia. Please let me know if there is anything else I might be able to do to assist.



Added by Sheila on Feb 14, 2015 6:11 PM

John Brown, Woodlawn
You are very welcome. John was a bit of a challenge, but I finally pegged down where he was, which made me quite pleased too.

One thing I will mention. There is a grave for a person unknown, or an empty, between John and Adam Douglas. My guess is that someone is there; there seem to be several stones missing / not visible in this block.

So ... if John's granddaughter is wondering where another family member may be that is tied to John .....

Just thought I'd mention this.

Take care,

Added by Sheila on Feb 14, 2015 12:02 PM

John Brown, Woodlawn
Hi Cynthia,

I thought I'd let you know that I claimed your request, but I became very ill and did not make it back out there in time.

I actually did make it out there previously, and I took several photos of block 22, which were enough to determine John's location as I checked the locations of the surrounding burials, but I did not like the angles I took. I also cannot make out the stone which I believe to be immediately to the south of John.

Bottom line, John COULD BE the stone I could not make out, but I believe this stone to be to his immediate south. It seems John is in an unmarked grave. I am going to try to make it out one more time in the next week or two, but I live out of state and will be headed back home after that.

If I cannot make it back out, I will share more info with you as to exactly where he is, though the photos I currently have, as mentioned, leave a bit to be desired.

Just thought I would give you an update. Best wishes,


Added by Sheila on Jan 25, 2015 8:53 AM

Nancy Ziemba Gleaton
Re: 84832925 Margie Rodgers
You mentioned you weren't aware of her ever being married to a Jones. It came from her father's obit, which lists surviving daughters as "Mrs. Allen Buck of Bolentown and Mrs. Marjorie Jones of Aiken."

Added by Nancy Ziemba Gleaton on Oct 29, 2014 6:29 PM

Richard Cutler
Elma Nunn from Windsor,SC
I deleted this duplicate of Elma Nunn. Good catch of this. Richard Cutler

Added by Richard Cutler on Sep 06, 2014 7:08 PM

Fran Bundy
D/C for your grandmother
Deleted so you can add one.

Added by Fran Bundy on Sep 04, 2014 10:24 AM


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