|Julie A (Eskridge) Taylor (#47008461)|
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Julie Ann (Eskridge) Taylor|
SURNAMES: ESKRIDGE, ROY, BEAUCHAMP, CHUMBLEY, WILSON, TAYLOR, COLE, EDWARDS, and many more that branch off.
My father - Lawrence Eskridge
Paternal GF: Clarence Eskridge
Paternal GM: Deliah Beauchamp
My mother - Lois Dean (ROY) Eskridge
Maternal GF: Thomas Cosby ROY
Maternal GM: Delpha Ann CHUMBLEY
My goal is to provide accurate up-to-date information for my family members, as well as linking them up, parents, spouse and children listed. However, I have added some very close friends and/or neighbors. If my children or grandchildren one day start to search they will find reliable information on our family.
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|Glenda Barry||RE: COLE family in Indiana|
The only James Cole that I created a record for is in Ireland. Are you talking about the Cole family in Westville Cemetery in LaPorte, Indiana? Let me know and I will be happy to transfer them over to you.
|Johnny C Mink||Civil War Soldier|
Here is the number to the soldier and cemetery I documented.
|Brklyn Bridge||Mary Frances Rollins|
Thanks for the edit.
|Joan||RE: John Gaston McGee|
I believe that you may not have the John McGee that you are looking for. Did you by chance read his obituary that I have posted? It states that he "died at the home of his father, Thomas McGee, Sr.". His and his brother's death certificates also name his father as Thomas. His obituary also names his brothers and mentions his widow but what it doesn't mention is any children being born to him.
Added by Joan on Nov 07, 2016 9:45 AM
|Dean Chapman||Carol Faye Eskridge [Find A Grave Memorial# 66995828]|
Are you by any chance related to Caroline Faye (Eskridge) Hickman (b. 22 Dec 1942; d. 7 Feb 1991)? She is my 3d cousin.
|Mary||Aaron and Beau|
Thank you so much for visiting Aaron and Beau
Added by Mary on Sep 30, 2016 8:56 PM
Please visit my great-nephew Find A Grave #170268882 Aaron and his friend Beau Find A Grave #170630145 who was recently murdered by being shot in the back and then put in a vehicle in a salvage yard and then the car was crushed by the murderer who had the only key to the crusher to hide his crime.
Added by Mary on Sep 30, 2016 10:24 AM
|Brijit S.||Moses "Hopper" Edwards|
Your Moses Edwards popped up in my Ancestry hints because I have a Moses Edwards in my family tree as well-- although mine was born to Uriah Edwards and Mildred Head in Virginia around 1757.
I found the story of your Moses intriguing so when his pension record also came up as a hint, I took a look. I'm so sorry to mention it, but I found a discrepancy. His pension record states that he was born in Pittsylvania County, Virginia-- not Pennsylvania. I don't blame you. It can really be challenging to read and decipher materials that were written by hand! Plus, Pittsylvania is indeed similar to Pennsylvania.
That he was born in Virginia would also suggest that he may have been related to my Edwards ancestors as well.
|lapfann||Deleted - sorry|
I've deleted the memorial from Kraft-Graceland and I do sincerely apologize to you. I don't normally create memorials for stones I see that have no death date, so I apparently was absent-minded that day and had bad judgment. Again, I apologize. I appreciate all the help you've sent my way.
Added by lapfann on Jul 16, 2016 4:31 PM
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||St. Stephen's Cemeteries|
Hi Julie - I did indeed get your messages -- and believe me I am very well versed in the Find A Grave guidelines about duplicates -- but the memorials in question are in the incorrect St. Stephens Cemeteries in Delmar, Delaware. I personally know this as I have not only walked, documented, photographed and met with the people who have the two lot books (I'm a member of a neighboring Episcopal Parrish) but have been working with Find A Grave for a couple of years now to untangle the many, many knots that folks have made withing these two cemeteries that are about a mile apart. The ones that I have posted photos for are 100% in that actual cemetery (and Find A Grave is working on getting the ones in the wrong cemeteries merged). It would save people a LOT of time if they would be more careful when they create the "original" memorial by either actually hitting the yard, or stopping and reading the multiple signs posted. Thank you for your patience.
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