|Todd Whitesides||RE: Walter Bagot|
I have no respect for people who misuse this sight by creating memorials with no burial place, just for the sake of hoarding historical personages. Actually your memorial is against Find A Grave rules because you went beyond the 30 days allowed for memorials without a burial place listing. And I see you have many more like it. Why don't you work on locating burial places for FIND A GRAVE and use sites like ANCESTRY for listing relatives?
Added by Todd Whitesides on Apr 22, 2017 9:28 AM
|P. L. Price||RE: Kegel|
He is one of my direct line ancestors.
Added by P. L. Price on Apr 13, 2017 5:55 PM
|P. L. Price||Leonhart ( Leonard) Kegel|
Would you please consider transferring management of this man and his wife to me? They are some of my great-grandparents and I have information that I would like to write in their biography. Thank you.
Added by P. L. Price on Apr 10, 2017 2:10 PM
|Charlie Clark||Offering a suggestion|
I've noted you've entered several burial records that I've come across while researching my family lines of which the Bagot family is one. My suggestion is that it would be so much more helpful if when you enter a person's burial record if you were to include some biographical information beyond where and when they were born/died. Something like was that individual a member of Parliment or some notable figure.
The more factual information you provide with these historical actors the better.
Added by Charlie Clark on Mar 10, 2017 3:58 PM
|Shelba ||Lodge Family|
Are you any relation? I show you manage all the Lodge graves in this cemetery.
Added by Shelba on Mar 08, 2017 2:29 PM
|Eric and Candy Wicker-Tilton||RE: Robert G. Pitts|
Added by Eric and Candy Wicker-Til... on Feb 26, 2017 3:55 AM
|cfenters||Martha Houston # 91952542|
You posted a photo of Rebecca Durr's headstone on the memorial for Martha Houston. Rebecca's memorial # is 122890716 and there is a photo of Rebecca's stone posted by you. Would you please just delete the one for Rebecca that is posted on Martha's memorial? Thanks so much!
Added by cfenters on Feb 09, 2017 7:18 PM
|Page Teel||Jessie E. Harkins (150837881)|
Jessie is listed as a child in the bio of her father, John Pinkney Harkins (78781167).
Added by Page Teel on Jan 27, 2017 10:20 PM
|Page Teel||Jessie E. Harkins (150837881)|
I noticed you declined my edits for Jessie. Here is a link to her Alabama Death and Burial Record (showing her parents are John F. Pinkney Harkins and Nancy Mooney): http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=FSAlabamaDeath&h=55799&tid=45046938&pid=420052880594&usePUB=true&usePUBJs=true&rhSource=5188
Also, she is listed on the 1900 census as the 18 year old daughter of John F. Pinkney Harkins and Nancy Harkins: http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=7602&h=1441683&tid=45046938&pid=420052881182&hid=95339664455&usePUB=true&_phsrc=iPN10911&_phstart=default&usePUBJs=true
I am resubmitting the edits. Please let me know if you need further proof of who her parents are. Thank you, Page
Added by Page Teel on Jan 27, 2017 10:17 PM
|Ray||The Baggett Family|
In memory of one of my great grandfathers, I thank you for your research regarding this Baggett family, as well as your contributions in all you do to memoralize family members. This is one of my grandmother's great grandfathers in the Baggett family.
I did not know about this family connection until I was way into my 40s because of family strife.
My grandmother was Addie Mae Baggett of Hertford County, North Carolina. Her father was Nathan Baggett and mother was Sallie Parker. Grandmother Baggett married William Cleveland Nelson, of Northampton County, North Carolina and had my mother, Julia Rae Nelson.
The Nelson family is connected to the Colonel Joseph Bridgers family of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, whose son was a General under George Washington during the American Revolutionary
War. Colonel Joseph Bridgers is also one of my mother's great grandfathers. He was known to be the number one citizen within Isle of Wight County, Virginia at the time of his death.
The Baggett clan is known to have been a major companion of the Duke of Normandy at the Battle of Hastings in the year 1066. The Battle of Hastings was fought by the Duke of Normandy in order for him to become King of England and the name of Baggett has been memoralized within the Battle Abbey Rolls as having fought with King William I.
This Baggett family has a fascinating history and many of its members does not know the connection between the Duke and the family.
Added by Ray on Nov 19, 2016 11:19 PM
Hello my name is Michelle Brown. I have a feeling we are related somewhere down the line. My maiden name is McFerrin. My parents were Tom McFerrin and Nellie Marcum. I am kin to the Parsons and Howtons. My grandparents were Cain McFerrin and Azalee Parsons. Azalee's parents were Huette Mose Parsons nad Clarissa Parsons. Clarissa's parents were Francis M Parsons and Mary Burchfield.
Huette's parents were Samuel Francis Parsons and Nancy Ann Howton. I just started researching my family last year so I'm sure there is a lot I don't know. I had no idea about the Howton connection the first time I went to Mud Creek. I live in Kentucky and was shocked to find all the Howtons here. I would love to talk to you sometime and compare notes. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 270-841-9294. God Bless! Michelle Brown
Added by Michelle Brown on Nov 19, 2016 2:11 PM
|Deirdre||The Case Family|
William may have been married to Mary White, not Elizabeth P. Could you let me know how you got this info? I am trying to get this family sorted out! Thanks!
Added by Deirdre on Oct 11, 2016 6:45 PM
|Nancy Adams Bedell||Barbara Ann Ammons-tombstone photo|
Would you please delete the photo that you posted on Findagrave.com - for Barbara Ann Ammons at the Drama Cemetery in Cherokee, NC? It is very blurry and is not readable. Thanks, Nancy Bedell
Added by Nancy Adams Bedell on Aug 20, 2016 1:52 PM
|Angela Skelton||Re: Isaac J Burchfield and others|
Thank you so much, Robbi! I see that we are researching some of the same surnames. We might be related. :-)
Added by Angela Skelton on Dec 09, 2015 4:39 PM
|Angela Skelton||Isaac J Burchfield and others|
I was wondering if it would be okay to snag the photos of headstones and markers that you have posted of my family? I would love to give you credit for the photos, too. Also, would it be all right to share these same photos, as long as you have the credit for taking them? Isaac J and Florence E Burchfield are my great-grandparents. My email is burchfieldgilbertgenealogy (at) gmail (dot) com. Thanks so much for all you do!!
Added by Angela Skelton on Dec 09, 2015 5:30 AM
|Nancy Gilbert Jenkins||Bookter Gilbert|
Robbie, a few years back you told me that Bookter #11971918 was buried at Rock Creek Baptist Church. I just want to be perfectly clear, he is listed in the church records but no headstone. Can you clarify that for me.
As for Nancy Burchfield Gilbert, there is a Find A Grave #119717799 ..... same cemetery as Bookter. Does the church records state she is buried that as well? Just curious and want to be correct on my documentation.
Bookter and Nancy are my 3rd Great grandparents.
Nancy Gilbert Jenkins
Added by Nancy Gilbert Jenkins on Nov 17, 2015 1:08 PM
|Diona Dickerson||Arlie Upton|
Thanks for getting the photo!!! Beautiful!!
Added by Diona Dickerson on Sep 07, 2015 6:25 PM
|LittleLulu||Wm. Howton photo fix|
Thank you for swapping the Howton headstone photo. What a quick and PLEASANT response! Much appreciated.
Added by LittleLulu on Jul 21, 2015 7:23 AM
|LittleLulu||Photo needs to be moved.|
Robbi, you posted a headstone photo to William C Howton # 104683993 (1844-1925). According to the dates on the headstone, that photo should be posted instead to William Carroll Howton # 50637675 (1826-1883). There is another photo on William Carroll # 50637675, but your photo is much more readable, so please do post it there. (There were at least 3 different William Carroll Howtons (maybe more), and Iíve been trying to sort them out genealogically, but even the records that are available can be very confusing!) Thank you for your contributions to FindAGrave.
Added by LittleLulu on Jul 10, 2015 12:18 PM
Oh and THANK YOU for the photo of his headstone! That means so much to me! Forever documented <3
Added by D_N_Mccraw on Jul 03, 2015 4:34 AM
|D_N_Mccraw||RE: Louis Estill McCraw|
Yes, the cemetery is up a hill in an old cow pasture. Louis is my 3x great grandfather. (: thank you for your hard work and dedication!
Added by D_N_Mccraw on Jul 03, 2015 4:20 AM
|Teresa Pyles||Harrison Family|
Thank you so much for adding the photos of their stones. I'll let Roy know you added them.
Added by Teresa Pyles on Jun 29, 2015 12:53 PM
|Teresa Pyles||RE: Harrison|
I'm not related to the Harrisons. Roy D. Frye asked me to set up the memorials and post the pictures. Roy's mother was Juanita, who was a sister to Elsie. I'm sure Roy would love to talk to Angelina if they aren't already in contact with each other. If she wants me to send her Roy's contact information, just let me know.
Added by Teresa Pyles on Jun 24, 2015 4:41 PM
|Kate&Lauren||Wallace Thurber Pierson (#133228771) and (#38785738)|
I looked up the obituary for Thurber and it indicates he is buried in the Haysop cemetery (see 2nd memorial in subject line). I wanted to double check with you that the photo of the headstone is definitely from Johntown.
Added by Kate&Lauren on Jun 14, 2015 6:20 AM
|P Syx Hemmer||RE: Echols|
Thanks again... sweet of you to offer.
I am very happy to do this for her as her Grandma and Mine were very good friends and her mom and one of my Aunts were also good friends. Its fun to bring the tree to life!!!
Added by P Syx Hemmer on Oct 12, 2014 12:54 PM