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Doug Marion (#47758806)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 3 days
Jim Herman
RE: M Lorenz
You're very welcome!

Added by Jim Herman on Aug 30, 2016 7:09 AM

Dan Silva
RE: William Irvine tombstone
As far as I recall, there was no legible writing on the stone. I take close-up photos when there is, and I have no additional photos for him.

There is another stone next to it, with the plaque, that states the stones were brought from Ronaldson's Cemetery.

Added by Dan Silva on Jul 20, 2015 5:30 PM

Dan Silva
RE: William Irvine tombstone
You may use the photo. The inscription is weathered.

Added by Dan Silva on Jul 20, 2015 7:37 AM

RE: Winford Abney tombstone
You are welcome.

Added by bellesou on Mar 05, 2015 11:32 AM

Mary Catherine
DeGraffenreid -Hobson
Thank you for the wonderful photos. will share with the rest of the family. Mary Catherine

Added by Mary Catherine on Nov 30, 2014 9:07 PM

Melanie Atkins
Halsell Family Burying Ground
This is very late, but thank you for your efforts last year and the info you furnished about this abandoned cemetery.
Melanie Atkins
Dalton, GA

Added by Melanie Atkins on May 23, 2014 8:03 PM

RE: Thomas R Marion
Thank you for the information. I have been trying to get Marty Marion linked to his parents. I have not been able to do so at this time. I have linked lots of memorials at Union Cemetery to as many family members as possible. Thanks for your help. Take a look at the Marions and Barbers and see if you can link any that I have missed. G agee.

Added by agagee on May 15, 2014 8:06 AM

Thomas R Marion
John Wyett Marion and Mellou Virginia Martin Marion had three sons John and Martin were baseball players and I have located them in Find A Grave. Do you know where Thomas R Marion is and and anything about him. I think I say this in an obit. Thanks. G agee.

Added by agagee on May 13, 2014 6:21 PM

RE: John Lorenz's tombstone
You're welcome.

Added by LC on May 05, 2014 5:42 AM

Sarah Agnes Pagan Hanna
I edited her name on her memorial. May I have your permission to use the photograph you took of the headstone on my tree on ancestry? I'll give you credit.
It certainly helps to be able to read the entire name.

Added by Patty on Sep 29, 2013 3:47 PM

RE: Mary Marion Horton
Mary Marion Horton's sister Lois Marion Allison is buried in Westside Cemetery in Lancaster S.C.. Lancaster County may have been where Rev. Horton was from. Your mother may have placed the information on Mary in Allison file. I have always wondered, why Mr. Barnwell Allison did not bury his aunt with her husband. Rev. Horton may have been buried a long distance from South Carolina preventing Mr Barnwell Allison from burying her with Rev. Horton. Barnwell was old and did not drive when I knew him in the early 1970's. It was his wife who drove him around. Mr. Emory Bell said that they went to Charlotte every month to collect rent on several properties. Thanks for your help Garner

Added by agagee on Sep 29, 2013 1:49 PM

Mary Marion Horton
Mary Marion Horton is buried in Union Cemetery. Daughter of Preston Marion. She Married late in life and I can not find her husbands name . She died in Mathews N. C. and Barnwell Allison her brother buried her in Union next to her parents. no help and Chester paper no help Lancaster paper may have her obit. as well as Charlotte Obs. Your family may have inf. Any help will be appreciated. G Agee

Added by agagee on Sep 20, 2013 6:07 AM

RE: maria Root
Thank doug

Added by Summertime on Sep 09, 2013 7:37 PM

maria Root
Thank you for taking the photo! This helps confirm her identity and her placement in the Root family lineage! Thank you thank you

her maiden name was atwater

Added by Summertime on Sep 08, 2013 3:59 PM

RE: Alexander L. Pagan information
I am not descended from the Pagans, but I am distantly related to them.

Added by Patty on Sep 07, 2013 11:32 AM

Alexander L. Pagan information
Thank you SO much for the information you provided me concerning this memorial. I have corrected the middle name on his memorial. I looked him up in my "Early Records..." book and found where he was baptized in 1814, as well as the burial information you mentioned. Thanks to your information, I have also updated his information in my ancestry tree.
I appreciate your taking the time to give me this information.

Added by Patty on Sep 07, 2013 9:46 AM

jane Mangum
Elizabeth Cooper Ferguson
Thanks you so much for the nice note and the research you did trying to locate Elizabeth. Jane

Added by jane Mangum on Sep 06, 2013 7:56 AM

John Griffin
Thank you so much for adding the photo of the historical marker to his FindaGrave memorial. And how appropriate that you added it on July 4th as John was killed during the American Revolution. He was one of my great great great great great Grandfathers and I am so thankful for him and his fellow Patriots for their sacrifices in order for us to be an independent nation. Mary M.

Added by Mairbair57 on Jul 05, 2013 1:16 AM

Old Purity Photos
Thank you for your quick response to my photo request. After years of research I am now going
back and filling in the blanks when I can. Thank you again for your help.
George Stewart
West Chester, Ohio

Added by Stew042 on Jun 19, 2013 6:31 AM

Thomas Whitehead
Ann G. White Estes
Thank you for taking the picture of Ann G. White Estes tombstone. She is the first wife of William Ellis Estes, Jr., b. Feb 12, 1828 Chester Co., SC, d. April 21, 1900 Lee Co., MS. He married Ann G. White on February 22, 1849 in Chester Co., SC. He is buried in the Priceville Cemetery, Tupelo, Lee Co., MS.

Thomas Whitehead

Added by Thomas Whitehead on Jun 17, 2013 7:46 PM

Mary Catherine
RE: Sarah DeGraffenreid
Hi Doug-Yes, I am a DeGraffenreid descendant. My brother lives about 2 hrs. from Chester and I was hoping I could possibly see about getting the ceme-tary taken care of next time I'm over that way. I live just outside of Nashville, Tn. It's a shame the stones have come to be in such a state of disrepair. An Eagle Scout project sounds like just the ticket. Do you live in the area? If not-I can contact someone with the city of Chester to see if a Scout troop is in the vicinity etc. It would be wonderful to have the entire cemetery on find a grave if it's not already and they could perhaps help me with that as well.

Thank you so much for this info and for volunteering to help. Mary Catherine Harmon Kidd

Added by Mary Catherine on May 12, 2013 7:49 PM

Mary Catherine
William Blewett.
Thank you for trying. Mary Catherine

Added by Mary Catherine on May 11, 2013 9:20 PM

Mary Catherine
Sarah DeGraffenreid
Thank you very much for trying. I'll trying to get there to check on these stones.Mary Catherine Kidd

Added by Mary Catherine on May 11, 2013 9:18 PM

Mary Catherine
Thanks you so much for this photo. Mary Kidd

Added by Mary Catherine on May 11, 2013 9:01 PM

T. Brady
RE: Photos
Yes, through Eleanor Marion McDowell. Her grandson,
Joseph Sadler McDowell, was my great-grandfather.

Added by T. Brady on Feb 19, 2013 8:39 PM


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