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|William King||Edit Request|
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|Steve||Sauren and Susan Stanford|
Memorials 19010026 and 19010048. According to letters found in the Richard Stanford papers held in the North Carolina state archives his son's name was spelled Saurin. The grave markers are most likely among those placed by Ralph Stanford in the mid-1900s. Other markers placed by him contain name spelling errors. The one he placed for Jesse Dickins (whose name spelling is verified by his will and many papers signed by him when has Person County clerk) reads Jessie Dickens. You may wish to note the mispelling on their memorials.
Added by Steve on Nov 17, 2016 1:35 PM
|Debra||RE: Berkley Cemetery|
Yes, I am still looking for Garland A Berkley's brother Charles G, father George Berkley or mother Martha Berkley.
They were all probably residing in Cabell Co, Virginia / West Virginia.
Added by Debra on Nov 04, 2016 8:15 PM
You took photos at the Berkley Cemetery (Garland Anderson Berkley's Grave). I was wondering if there are any more graves at that cemetery. There are only 4 listed on Find-A-Grave. I am looking for a Charles Berkley. He might be buried there. If you know of any more Berkley graves in the area, please let me know.
Added by Debra on Aug 18, 2014 1:28 PM
|Dee Mack||Acker book by Noble Paul Acker|
I saw where you left a flower on Noble Paul Acker's memorial stating that he had written a book about the Acker family. I was wondering if you could please give me the title of the book as well as the publisher's information, please? Thank you for your help!
Added by Dee Mack on Feb 02, 2014 9:58 AM
Great work in the Pruitt Cemetery in Jackson County GA. This is the resting palce of my ancestors (Samuel Pruitt) my GGGG Grandfather and his family. The cemetery was once called Phi Delta and one called Pruitt Slave Cemetery. And was once in Jackson, Frederick and now in Homer County. Thank you for posting as its time this family who has been in the USA since 1636 and listed as one of Americas first families in the Compendium of Americas first families,
|Andrew Ayers Martin, M.D., J.D.||William Maxwell and Rev. Thomas J. Maxwell|
Great work on ancestry and find a grave. I linked my ancestor Elizabeth Maxwell Banks with her father William Maxwell and mother Jane Higginbotham. William can be linked to his father Rev. Thomas J. Maxwell, and Jane can be linked to her father Capt. Jacob Higginbotham, both of Elbert County, Georgia. I have already linked Elizabeth's husband Ralph Banks Jr. to his father Ralph Banks Sr. in Elbert County, and have linked Elizabeth and Ralph to son Russell Banks in Currahee, Habersham County/Stephens County, Georgia. If you don't want to do the links, I can do them if you transfer management of William and Jane Maxwell to me, even for a day.
I am not sure of our exact relation, but we must be related through several lines since I find you name on so many important pieces of information, specifically in the Maxwell/Ball line. I am related to the Balls several other ways through my Miller, Mayson, Conway lines
|Kenneth A. Allgood||William Dickie Photo|
You're very welcome! Glad I could help!