|Pat Bradbury Robinson||RE: Bradbury|
Hello and thank you for contacting me. I would like to verify my information about this entry and get back with you at a later date. However, I can tell you that the gravemarker next to Elmer Otto Bradbury marked "Sister to Elmer O Bradbury" is that of his half-sister who was stillborn to the parents of Thomas Edley Bradbury and Nora Annie Reese Bradbury, biological father and step-mother of Elmer Otto Bradbury. The date of birth/death date is still in question.
Furthermore, the information you have of the 1927 Infant Death is a totally different individual and is that of a daughter born to Elmer Otto Bradbury and Eunice Brackett Bradbury. This was their first-born child and was named Phyllis Cloe Bradbury, living abt 27 days, cause of death measles. Burial and gravesite is unknown. I'm afraid that I have mixed some information inaccurately in the records of these two infants and will have to take a second look to correct records in the near future, as time permits.
* Thomas Edley Bradbury is my grandfather, father of my father John Martin Bradbury
* Elmer Otto Bradbury is my uncle, brother to my father John Martin Bradbury
* Eunice Brackett Bradbury (Elmer's wife)is my aunt, sister to my mother Vera Viola Brackett Bradbury
Thus making children born of Elmer Otto and Eunice Brackett Bradbury my double-first cousins.
If you by chance have information on Cornelia Pitts Bradbury born abt 1882 (source 1910 US Census), first wife of Thomas Edley Bradbury and my biological grandmother. I would greatly appreciate your sharing with me.
Thanks again for contacting me. Hope to hear from you again soon. Patricia Anne Bradbury (birth name)
The following is (draft) of my current record:
"SISTER TO ELMER O BRADBURY"
Female Bradbury Infant
(Stillborn) Sister to Elmer Otto Bradbury
Birth: To be verified
Death: To be verified
Birth/Death Place: Charlotte, Mecklenburg
County, North Carolina
Father: Thomas Edley Bradbury
Mother: Nora Annie Reese Bradbury
John Martin Bradbury
Elmer Otto Bradbury
Frances M Bradbury Newell “Fannie”
Inscription on Grave Marker:
“Sister to Elmer O Bradbury”
Pleasant Grove Memorial Park (als0 known as Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church & Cemetery,
1915 Oakdale Road, Charlotte NC 28216. (704) 392-2387
Bio by: Patricia Bradbury Robinson
on March 13, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 110988983
Created by: t. stephens
Added by Pat Bradbury Robinson on Aug 04, 2017 12:33 PM
|Jack ||RE: Ryncarz|
You're welcome. There were 3 more people I added if you look them up.
Added by Jack on Jul 31, 2017 7:05 PM
|Honoring Their Lives||Appreciative|
Thanks for letting me know that the memorial for Kimberly Hiatt was a duplicate, it has been deleted. Helen
Added by Honoring Their Lives on Jul 06, 2017 4:26 AM
I am his stepson his name was misspelled his correct last name is Munoz if you like to correct it on here even though his headstone was also incorrect. Thanks Brent hinson
Added by brent on Apr 24, 2017 7:24 AM
|Grave Walker||RE: Martha Mae Goodman Fite|
Thank you for being so gracious! I have been "working" that cemetery for the past several days, and I am hopeful that I can find Quincy Sr. and Martha Fite and get photos for you!
Joanna aka Grave Walker
Added by Grave Walker on Apr 12, 2017 7:26 AM
|Grave Walker||Martha Mae Goodman Fite|
I took a photo of Quincy Fite Jr (1925-1997) but I accidentally uploaded it to Quincy Fite Sr. (1897-1969) at West Lawn Cemetery in China Grove, NC. I have now deleted that photo from Sr. and uploaded it to Jr (which was not your request). I apologize for the error. You may want to re-request for Quincy Fite, Sr. His F.A.G. memorial is # 142425283. Please accept my sincerest apologies for the error!
Added by Grave Walker on Apr 11, 2017 7:02 PM
Forgive my huge grammar errors. I am educated and have a degree as well. English is one of my strongest subjects, despite not appearing to be the case. I get so excited about genealogy that my mind moves faster than my fingers when I type!
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 4:43 PM
|Genealogy Detective||Hopewelll Presbyterian Church|
My ancestors, McClure's (signers of Meck. Declaration of Independence, Davidson's, Kerns, McKnights, Lattas etc...help found Hopewell. James K. Polk is 2nd cousin 6x removed through my the Hopewell Presbyterian ancestors.
This book via archive.org will help you:
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 4:40 PM
|Genealogy Detective||Other graves|
Let me just add more thing...I read your bio...Please let me know if there is anyone I can help you research. I recently had surgery, so I cannot hunt graves yet. But, I am obsessed with genealogy. I will be glad to offer assistance with anyone you are researching. They do not have to be relatives.
Archive.org, LOC.gov (Library of Congress) are great FREE resources
FamilySearch Library located in Salt Lake City is excellent as well.
Hint: eBay and Etsy are great places to look for ephemera. Many times you will find deeds, marriage certificates, photos, etc.. listed. Take a screenshot and use the information.
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 4:31 PM
|Genealogy Detective||RE: transers|
I appreciate your hardwork, and taking the time to find her grave. I did not "sponsor" this page to take over it. I sponsored it so I could add more photos. Annie Mae Sisk's beginning is a mystery and will take many eyes to learn the truth.
Thank you again. The page is still yours if you want it. Again, in order to add more photos, I had to pay. So, I did.
Thank you again.
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 4:23 PM
|Genealogy Detective||RE: Annie Mae Freeman|
I understand that. But, you did not ask how did I reached that conclusion...
Annie Mae Sisk apparently was not W.C. Pike's daughter. It is not something I want to disclose to my family, but she was not-it doesn't add up. Furthermore, she was not on a census record taken four years after her birth. But, she was on a census record of the "Sisks," with her mom, Julie Hulsey. She is a Sisk, which here prominent in the area of Georgia in which she was originally from. Her father is currently unknown, but I will provide more evidence. Her mother Hulsey, lived with "Sisks." I will provide a screenshot of the vital record data.
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 3:51 PM
Her maiden name was Sisk! It was not Pike. Her mom and siblings were Pikes. Jack James delayed birth certificate has her as Sisk! She was not married prior to marrying my great-grandfather to Gordon Freeman.
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 3:15 PM
|Genealogy Detective||Annie Mae Sisk Freeman|
I submitted information regarding my great-grandmother, Annie Mae Sisk Freeman's memorial. Apparently is was denied because it conflicts with your data. I am her great-granddaughter and I am in contact with her son's wife. My data is correct. Your's apparently is the problem.
Added by Genealogy Detective on Mar 29, 2017 3:09 PM
|Debra Roberts||RE: Purple Heart|
you can log onto www.thepurpleheart.com and click the enroll tab. When talking to one the workers there, I was told they need proof of receipt of the Purple Heart. There may be a number stamped on the back of the medal which would be proof. The Hall of Honor, as it is called, has pictures of recipients along with a back story, when available. It is hard to imagine the hard life these men and women lived while at war. I've read up a little on Merrill's Marauders's and I never knew Roy endured through that. Thank you so much for all the family info you have shared. Also I added a pic to my Dad's page, Bobby, that your Mom may enjoy. It is Grandad with his 3 sons. I love it!
Added by Debra Roberts on Feb 16, 2017 3:26 PM
|Debra Roberts||RE: Roberts|
I am so sorry for not replying sooner. I'm new to this and actually just saw these messages. I would be happy to share photos of my Grandparents. I believe I met your mother when I was a child on one of our visits to NC. She may have been living with Grandma Ross at the time. I just remember there being train tracks directly behind the house.
I would like to ask you if you have any more info on Uncle Roy's Purple Heart. There is a museum near me for Purple Heart Recipients. I visited there recently and there is not a record of Roy. They rely totally on the public sharing the information of the recipients. I have the registration form and would like to send them to you so his story can be added to the museum. They are very happy to receive any information they can.
Added by Debra Roberts on Feb 16, 2017 11:42 AM
|HE Cutler||Franklin cemetary|
Dear Mr. Stephens,
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the photos of the Franklin cemetary! We have been looking online a long time and here they are.
Winston Salem, NC
Added by HE Cutler on Feb 03, 2017 10:52 AM
|2 Chronicles 7:14||Trina|
P.S. I am no longer in NC (live in Texas now) so can't get out to the cemetery when I see friends have passed. Thank you again. I will pass this on her mother as soon as she gets on and we get her set up.
Added by 2 Chronicles 7:14 on Nov 21, 2016 1:23 PM
|2 Chronicles 7:14||RE: Trina|
I will talk to her mother about it. She is older and doesn't get on Facebook too often but I will leave her a message. Her husband is beside her. Thank you. God bless.
Added by 2 Chronicles 7:14 on Nov 21, 2016 1:20 PM
|2 Chronicles 7:14||107395094|
Could you please transfer Trina's memorial to me. I am helping her mother set up an account so she can have it. Thank you. God bless.
Added by 2 Chronicles 7:14 on Nov 21, 2016 11:51 AM
|Susan I. Grills||Mary Lee Boulware Summers 109995283|
Mary was married 4 times. She married Charlie Hayes in Mecklenburg County on May 11, 1937. She then married a Garner, a Watson, and then a Summers.
Added by Susan I. Grills on Nov 20, 2016 10:55 AM
|mavis beard||thomas h jordan grave listing|
Hi, I noticed on your listing for Thomas H Jordan Jr's grave you were able to add "son of Thomas H Jordan and Nanny Davis. How were you able to do that, can I add a message like that to Thomas Sr.,s grave record. I know who his parents were, but can't do it as a link since I can't find their graves. thanks for any help. Mavis Beard
Added by mavis beard on Nov 03, 2016 11:28 AM
|Susan I. Grills||RE: Memorial 117756584|
Can't say for sure, but judging when I took the photo, I would say Section 11 or 12. I photographed those once this past summer. I have tried to go section by section. Mr. Curney, the mgr. at the cemetery, is very picky. You have to call ahead to request permission to photograph there which I have been careful to do!
Added by Susan I. Grills on Oct 05, 2016 11:29 AM
|Heather Bishop||Irene McCullough:140606951|
I added pictures for Irene today. I also added her husband because he was not added to the cemetery. If you would like me to transfer him to you, just let me know.
Added by Heather Bishop on Oct 04, 2016 8:22 PM
|Heather Bishop||Robert McCollough:107395763|
I found Robert's Grave today. I updated the Plot info and added pictures. I also added his wife into Find A Grave as she was not listed. If you would like me to transfer her over to you, just let me know. Have a great day!
Added by Heather Bishop on Oct 04, 2016 8:05 PM
|Kay Blevins||Cecil Hovis Cash|
I just found information on Cecil Hovis Cash as to where he was buried if your are interested to make the correction. email@example.com
Added by Kay Blevins on Sep 02, 2016 6:22 AM