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stephanie auman (#47167538)
 member for 7 years, 7 months, 7 days
RE: federal hill
Hey I just looked at Mary Hamptons stone...her was fallen over and directly in front of her is a sunken grave...looks to have been dug up..
Just a rectangle of earth dug out and grass has grown in the hole..not a deep hole tho..maybe 2 feet deep...leads me to think it's sunken and not disturbed..but all of the graves are spaced in this sunken grave probably belongs to Mary Hampton's family member..but with no marker we have no idea who it is...I think I still have the 1970's or 80's surveyors notes that someone passed along to me...I will double check.. because in those nores a few people was listed as said to been buried there but no proof was seen so I they are not listed..

Added by ParksJenkins on Aug 07, 2010 3:59 PM

RE: federal hill
William Mosley is my relation too.....the people I have listed id the only ones I viewed..the cemetery is unkept...graves have sank...stones erroded..and temporary metal markers with paper name info has long rusted..very sad.

Added by ParksJenkins on Aug 06, 2010 4:06 PM

Jared Reid
Dixon Cemetery
Hi, I went to Dixon Cemetery today.I found three Thomas Dickson,and also found Nancy T. Long,Daughter of Alford and Sarah Long,however the dates do not match up.iwill send Pics of the Graves and marker to your email if you would like.


Added by Jared Reid on May 28, 2010 7:26 PM

Betsy Jones
Longs at Dixon UMC
I searched the cemetery at Dixon UMC today. I found a TON of Longs there, but none of the names that you had requested. There were some unmarked graves and empty spaces, though. You should be able to get some info from the people at the church. Good luck!

Added by Betsy Jones on Apr 29, 2010 8:05 AM

Jacki G
Joyner Family pictures from Society Hill Cemetery
Hi Stephanie -
I will be sending you an email soon with the added information regarding all Joyner's I could find at Society Hill. Just wanted to let you know :)

Added by Jacki G on Apr 07, 2010 10:49 AM

Jacki G
Ebenezer & Rachael Joyner
Hi Stephanie, I'm glad I could get the pictures for you. Where do you live in GA? I am from Macon where my parents still live, but I live in Texas. I am currently in Macon doing research and so it may take a few days to get the transcriptions for their headstone posted for you. There were other Joyners nearby. If I can, I will run by the cemetery and get pictures and post them asap. Till later, Jacki

Added by Jacki G on Mar 29, 2010 8:18 AM

F. Mimbs
RE: mimbs
Hi Stephanie.
I think the Daniels got mixed up.
The Daniel Mimbs in the profile that I made is my granddad. His father was Enoch Elijah, and Enoch's parents were Daniel and Tabitha.
If Matthew was their son, that would make Matthew my grandad's uncle and Enoch's brother.

I'll talk to my Uncle Rick and see if he might have some pictures of that part of the family.

Added by F. Mimbs on Jan 29, 2010 8:38 AM

White Meeting House
I have a survey but cannot find it at present. I do not know much about this cemetery.

Added by thompsonhm on Jan 04, 2010 4:13 PM

RE: picture
I photographed Will as well,just from habit I guess.
You are very welcome.

Added by Anonymous on Nov 12, 2009 1:18 PM

Patti Yourko Burns
RE: pics
Margaret does have a beautiful headstone. I cannot read the inscription in the photo. The white stones sometimes are difficult to read in photos and the time of day I was there made it even more difficult. If I get out that way again I will try to get a better photo.

Added by Patti Yourko Burns on Oct 17, 2009 7:08 PM

Barbara Lehman
RE: casselman
You're very welcome.

Added by Barbara Lehman on Oct 04, 2009 4:46 AM

Just Plain Nosy
RE: A couple more things...
I'll do my best. Thanks for finding out about that cemetery! :)

Added by Just Plain Nosy on Sep 26, 2009 4:46 PM

Just Plain Nosy
A couple more things...
I also transferred some of William Albert Webster's family to you. They are buried in Fairmont, N.C.

I found out through Caroline about the hunt for the Hatchells and Cleo and Bessie Hatchell Webster. I just realized that I posted Bessie last week from an online cemetery listing. The Spring Branch Church in question is in Horry County, not Marion County. LOL We went to the one in Marion County yesterday to look. Of course we didn't find anything. LMAO

Cleo must be with Bessie at that cemetery. I put in a photo request for Bessie and will transfer her memorial to you. The Horry County Historical Society has online cemetery listings for this cemetery and lots of others. I think your Hatchells are also in this cemetery. Nobody has posted them to Find A Grave yet.

I'm still laughing at myself. :D


Added by Just Plain Nosy on Sep 26, 2009 11:50 AM

Just Plain Nosy
RE: Charles W. Webster
The old stone near Margaret Webster is Sarah Ella Webster, daughter of Charles. (I hope you didn't mind me transferring her to you.)

I'm glad you found out where Charles is. I will try to see if I can get a ride sometime soon to take photos. I'm disappointed Edward's not there. Oh well, we'll find him eventually. I hope! LOL


Added by Just Plain Nosy on Sep 26, 2009 11:12 AM

Just Plain Nosy
RE: Charles W. Webster
HOT DOG! That would be great!

Thank you! :)


Added by Just Plain Nosy on Sep 23, 2009 10:24 AM

Just Plain Nosy
RE: Charles W. Webster
Ooh! That sounds like a good lead! Hope the person gets back in touch with you. If the Websters are there, I might be able to get somebody to take me. (I can't drive.)

Added by Just Plain Nosy on Sep 21, 2009 1:07 AM

Just Plain Nosy
Charles W. Webster
Hi there!

I think Charles W. Webster is buried somewhere in Lake City, S.C. I wish I knew where because I believe his father, Edward, would be buried there, too. I keep hoping I will come across his burial information by accident. Maybe one day we will get lucky. LOL


Added by Just Plain Nosy on Sep 20, 2009 5:14 PM


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