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Charles D. O (#47657331)
 member for 5 years, 7 months, 8 days
Steve Poole
RE: Mammie M. Adams
How about if I transfer your family members to you? All I need is your ID# and the Memorial #'s of your relatives. I would gladly do so.


Added by Steve Poole on Mar 19, 2016 5:43 AM

RE: Thank you
Hello Charles,
You are very welcome. Glad I was able to help.


Added by Johnny on May 18, 2014 11:18 AM

spirit dust
RE: Grave
I'll be happy to photograph this for you. Evergreen is a huge pkace. Do you have any idea where the family plot is located? If not, I can try asking the office.

Added by spirit dust on May 16, 2014 3:40 PM

Barbara Lehman
RE: James H. Adams
Hello Charles,
I looked last night. I didn't find your James listed in any of the cemeteries surveys "I" have here at my home.

The place to look for more info is Darlington Historical Commission
I will be going there tomorrow if you'd like me to look further for James I will, just let me know. If not please contact the Wonderful Ladies at the Historic Commission, they are as helpful as they can be.


Added by Barbara Lehman on Dec 26, 2013 9:34 AM

John Jibb Thorntons father
Hi Charles, I'm glad to hear you have made some progress in your family research. I'm sorry I did not respond to your first message. I have been covered up with work so I haven't had time to sit down and research it. I went ahead and transferred John's memorial to you so you will be able to add whatever information you like in his bio and make the parental links if you find their burial location. If you have any question about how to edit the memorials Ill be glad to help. I hope you have a blessed day, Brad

Added by Brad on Jul 03, 2013 5:49 AM

RE: John Jibb Thornton
Charles, When I researched Mr. Thornton I could not establish who his parents were either. Let me know if you figure it out, Brad

Added by Brad on May 10, 2013 10:20 PM

RE: Thank you
You're most welcome! Glad I could help....

Added by Goldeneagle on Apr 09, 2013 12:18 PM

Henry "Harry" Thornton
Actually, Harry would have been a brother-in-law to my gr-uncle, Bob Crews. Harry's wife, and my gr-uncle's first wife Annie Coffin Crews had been sisters.

Of course, I didn't know either of the ladies, because my uncles wife had died in 1945 when I was just a little kid, and we didn't live in the area at the time.

But I could never be anyone's brother-in-law, though I have been a sister-in-law.

It's OK. I always wished I had been born a boy.

Added by SleepingDog on Mar 13, 2013 1:40 PM

Sophia Smuczynska
George Evans
I have 1858. George was the first husband of my great great grandmother.

Added by Sophia Smuczynska on Jan 09, 2013 9:15 PM

Barbara Lehman
RE: Samuel and Caroline Adams
Hello Charles,
I am in the process of adding all the family members that are buried with Samuel & Caroline. It takes me a little while because I research everyone before I add them to get as much info as I can.
So with that said if you can wait a day or two I will be glad to go get the photos for you.


Added by Barbara Lehman on Jan 06, 2013 7:40 PM

robin pellicci moore
RE: Samuel and Caroline Adams
Glad I could help, Barbara has saved me more than once! If you'd like to contact Barbara yourself, her name is the second one listed in my "Find A Grave Friends", just click on her name.


Added by robin pellicci moore on Jan 06, 2013 6:48 PM

robin pellicci moore
RE: Samuel and Caroline Adams

My friend, Barbara Lehman, has told me that Samuel is buried at Mount Hope also. She also says that a number of their children are there as well as their spouses. She's going to add the information so you should be able to look them up very soon. I feel certain that if you request photos for all of their stones someone will try and take them. Barbara has the plot information so they'll be easy to find in such a large cemetery.


Added by robin pellicci moore on Jan 06, 2013 2:17 PM

robin pellicci moore
RE: King J. Adams
Hi Charles,

Wish I could help, but I added King Adams because he was listed in a book of cemetery transcripts. I did a little additional research and found his mothers death certificate which showed she was buried in Mount Hope so I added her also. From what I can tell, Samuel died the year before death certificates in SC so I was unable to find where he might be buried. I asked a friend who has a lot of knowledge on the Florence area cemeteries and asked if she could find out if Samuel is at Mount Hope also. I'll certainly let you know what, if anything, she's able to find.

As for grave photos, you can request a photo from the memorial of the person. I don't live in SC so I can't do it myself.

I have no connection to the family so I have no personal photos of them.

Good luck with your genealogy, sorry I couldn't help.


"Samuel J. Adams and his wife are my great, great, great grandparents. Being the last of my bloodline I'm putting together my family genealogy. Could you provide me with pictures of these two, their tombstones, and information about them like what they did for a living? I'd appreciate it very much.

Could you provide me with a picture of King. J. Adams as well? I have several however his daughter, my great grandmother Alice Berenice Lennie Rowe, has written on the back that he died in the 40's from a gun shot wound. My father has recently said that is what she told him. A picture would clarify matters for me."

Charles D. O'Connor III

Added by robin pellicci moore on Jan 05, 2013 9:32 PM


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