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Brenda King (#47832936)
 member for 5 years, 2 months, 26 days
James Woodyard
RE: Peter W. Twitty
This is a Confederate marker, and indicates that he was a Captain in the 2nd Georgia Cavalry Regiment, War Between the States. (Yankee version is Civil War.):-) Will see if I can find more about him. He must have been listed 1n an 1860 census and probably Georgia.
There was a Peter Wynne Twitty who was an Ensign in a North Carolina unit in the Revolutionary War, but he died in 1812.

Added by James Woodyard on Apr 05, 2017 11:03 AM

Winnifred Hammond Twitty
Thank you for your time and great photo for Winnifred Hammond Twitty's memorial page.

Added by HudieGram on Feb 20, 2017 9:41 AM

Alexander Holden
Hi! I'm the great grandson of Alexander Holden. If you wouldn't mind please check the birth date of his transcribed inscription from his tombstone. Im sure you meant to type 1834.
Thank you so much!
Greg Holden

Added by crowburk on Sep 27, 2016 1:58 PM

Elizabeth Brown
Also have pics of her children.....if you want, please request and I'll post them

Added by 1-48069415 on Sep 06, 2016 4:53 PM

Reuben Smith
Hi - Find A Grave Memorial# 78733855 - You said it was a duplicate - but of what? I can't find the duplicate - please send the other memorial #.

Added by Lanie on Jun 22, 2016 5:55 PM

Erin Cawood/Lancaster/Snipes/Still/Holley/Horton
susan baker snipes
I am interested in what you know about my 2nd Great Grandma Susan Baker Snipes married to: John Snipes. Thank you cousin

Added by Erin Cawood/Lancaster/Sni... on Jul 20, 2015 10:10 PM

RE: Dee V. Smith
That's very cool. So glad I could help.


Added by KesterDV on Nov 11, 2014 4:48 PM

Dorothy Wilkie
Odus Smith

Hello Brenda,

I added photos for Odus Smith (spelling on the marker). Also found was a grave for his wife, Emma E. Smith and daughter Helen Irene Smith. I added memorials with photos for these two. If you want me to transfer them to you, just let me know.

Best wishes,

Dottie Wilkie

Added by Dorothy Wilkie on Sep 16, 2014 9:31 AM

kathy trader
Bertha j hunter trader
This is my grandmother. I have no information on her. If you have any would you please share

Added by kathy trader on Aug 27, 2014 10:57 PM

Pam Lichty
RE: Father of Laura Wallace Hunter
Since her father is Andrew Jackson Wallace I feel sure he was born in this country. But know nothing about parents and their origin. Thanks for your help in this undertaking.

Added by Pam Lichty on Aug 06, 2014 9:38 AM

Pam Lichty
Father of Laura Wallace Hunter
Brenda, on Find A Grave you posted that Laura's father was from Ireland. I am descended from his brother William and would love to hear about that. We can find no record of their father and never heard that he and William came here from Ireland.
As likely true as anything but need to chase it down. Thanks, Pam

Added by Pam Lichty on Aug 05, 2014 7:56 PM

Mary Harper
Susan J. Copeland Crumpler
Thank you for the links for her parents. I have made the connections. Always happy to make changes.

Added by Mary Harper on Jun 24, 2014 8:15 AM

RE: Requests
I'm happy I can help. Others help me, and I'm sure you help others, too. I had eye lid surgery (blepharoplasty) this week so I've had a little trouble seeing and got behind, but I'm about caught up now. Keep on sending edits, links, etc. and together we'll get everyone linked together!

Added by Peka on Jun 07, 2014 1:28 PM

RE: Pearl Robinson
Thank you for your kind words. Kindness is so easy yet most of us don't show it nearly as often as we show the opposite. Have a blessed day!

Added by Peka on Jun 04, 2014 9:29 AM

RE: Pearl Robinson
That's so sad. Things like that can change the survivors for the rest of their lives. My wife had an aunt whose 17 year old daughter basically just dropped dead right in her bedroom. She had a congenital heart defect that no one had any reason to suspect but was discovered during the autopsy. Her mother was never the same.

Added by Peka on Jun 03, 2014 4:14 PM

Christine Applegate
Jane Hagler & W T Robinson
Just received your request to add spouse for Jane Alice Hagler, but I believe you already connected the correct spouse (William Thomas Robinson).

The ID (#102082258) you requested I put in as spouse to Jane is actually for an infant in Nebraska.
Just wanted you to know why I am not making any changes.
Thank you, Christine

Added by Christine Applegate on Jun 02, 2014 8:24 PM

RE: Anna Rosa Carnes
I was able to locate Ms Emily and she invited me and my cousin to her home. The markers located there were made by her. She loves talking about family history and is involved in the Buford Battleground which will have a memorial service on May 24th for more info

Added by Angie on May 14, 2014 9:14 AM

I hadn't opened your next e-mail for linking them so that answers my question, duh! Thanks for the information.

Added by Peka on May 10, 2014 2:18 PM

Forgot to ask
Samuel shares a tombstone with Grace B. Hunter (1905 -1986). Do you know if this his wife or daughter (he was born 19 years earlier)?

Added by Peka on May 10, 2014 2:17 PM

Samuel H. Hunter 40495689

Instead of add WWI vet in bio, I added the pictures of the headstone and the military footstone which has the info.

Added by Peka on May 10, 2014 2:13 PM

John King
Hi Brenda: When I made this memorial in 2013, I was taking several hundred photos at one time. I have a photo of the stone, it's pretty dirty. When you are taking that many, you don't stop to clean them. I was more interested in entering memorials at that time. There is a wife also on the stone Elizabeth. I'll post what I have, but if this is really the person you are looking for, let me know and I'll get a nicer photo next week. Chris

Added by macso on May 07, 2014 10:49 PM

Pamela Fowler
Pauline Broughton
Carolina Memorial Park has stopped helping those of us that try to take pictures of headstones. We used to be able to give them the name of the person and they would show us on a map which section and plot the person was buried in. It is an extremely large cemetery and this was very necessary. Now they will not tell us anything unless we can prove we are family. I was told that you will have to go on their website at and contact them directly or you can write to them at:
7113 Rivers Ave.
North Charleston, South Carolina 29406
You can also phone them at: (843) 797-2222
If you can find the section and plot number (or the mausoleum and crypt number) I can find it easily but if you can only find out the name of the section or mausoleum they are buried in I will be happy to go and try to find their headstone for you but it is impossible without at least knowing that. You can contact me at
Thanks, Pamela

Added by Pamela Fowler on Mar 28, 2014 7:37 AM

RE: Barett Hunter
A large part of the 1890 Census was destroyed. That has been a problem I've run into many times when I was trying to do research. I don't know how well you can see the pictures from your end, but it definitely looked like what I wrote before instead of Bartlett. But I'll leave it as is unless you find out something else.

Added by Peka on Mar 19, 2014 1:16 PM

Barett Hunter
Were you the one who had the photo request for this memorial (40539031)? If so, it looks like I got his name wrong. It looks like it has Barte T., but I've never seen this name before. Do you have any information that could clear this up?

Added by Peka on Mar 19, 2014 10:57 AM

Howard Smith
I have connected him to his parents. Would you like for me to transfer his memorial to you?

Added by CHS on Feb 10, 2014 4:17 PM


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