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Monica Woodward (#36164438)
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Carol Renfro
Walter H. Ward
Thank you for your work for Find-a-Grave!
I've found your memorial for Walter H. Ward #17744106 and see that you have added a link to Reader Dunlap as his spouse. How do you know whether this is the right Walter Ward? I've looked and looked and figured and figured and can't see which one is which. Reader was my husband's great aunt and she is buried at St. Matthews Episcopal Church cemetery in Hillgirt, North Carolina. Her headstone says she was the wife of "H. W. Ward" and he is known by the family to have been called "Walter", but there is at least one other Walter Ward who could have been her husband.
Any help would be appreciated.
Added by Carol Renfro on Jul 19, 2017 1:39 PM
Melia Pace Bradley
Rev. J. W. Middleton
I believe this to be Rev. James Washington Middleton. Could you please send me a copy of the picture of the sign. Any info anyone has on the history of the church and when he may have been the pastor, would be greatly appreciated! He was my great great great grandfather.
Thank you,
Melia Pace Bradley
Added by Melia Pace Bradley on Jul 16, 2017 5:20 PM
Elizabeth Ann Lewis
Maude Leroy Goolsby #24299400
Hi name is Elizabeth #49287407 and my Aunt Maude was my grandmothers sister. My grandmother was Ruth Leroy Lewis. I was wondering if you would transfer her to me ? Are you related to her or Jim? Was wondering? Thank you....You can email me too but I don't always check my emails. Thanks
Added by Elizabeth Ann Lewis on Jun 28, 2017 3:05 PM
audrey john
Freddie Cunningham
Find A Grave Mem. #17381993
Added by audrey john on Jun 27, 2017 4:28 PM
audrey john
Freddie Cunningham
Could you take down your memorial as I have added a complete bio and pictures of Freddie. He is a rather reknowned character from Armstrong County, Pa and our Historical Society asked me to find him. It was very difficult but I was able to. As you can see from the newspaper clipping, there is some info on him that is not and could not be factual, i.e. service in the Spanish-American War-he would have been 5 years old! He achieved the rank of Cpl. not Capt. during WWI. Thank you very much
Added by audrey john on Jun 27, 2017 4:23 PM
Elizabeth Ann Lewis
Thomas A Leroy #24486391
Hi my name is Elizabeth Lewis. Thomas Leroy was my dads grandfather. Is he yours too? Can you transfer him to me? Elizabeth Lewis #49287407. Thank you.
Added by Elizabeth Ann Lewis on Jun 20, 2017 1:29 AM
Elizabeth Ann Lewis
Clara W Robertson Leroy #24486224
Hi my name is Elizabeth Lewis. Clara Leroy was my grandmothers mom, Ruth Leroy Lewis. Is she your family too? Or can you transfer her find a grave to me #49287407 Thank you.
Added by Elizabeth Ann Lewis on Jun 20, 2017 1:21 AM
Green Jewell
11877247 William T. Foster
There is much confusion, apparently due to news articles at the time, as to the given name of this gentleman. The 1870 1880 and 1900 federal censuses list his name as "Willis" ... several researchers on list it as "Willis" as well. He is honored at the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Hall of Fame in Columbia, SC as "Willis". I recommend changing the name on his listing and have entered an edit request to that effect.
Added by Green Jewell on Jun 07, 2017 2:43 PM
audrey john
Freddie C. Cunningham-17381993
Would you happen to have an obituary for Mr. Cunningham. We believe he is the Freddie Cunningham who was born in Manorville (Armstrong County) Pa and became a very famous high wire artist at age 13. Our Historical Society has been searching for him for some time and have pictures of him performing but would like to confirm his DOD and place of internment. Thank you for any help you can provide.
Added by audrey john on May 27, 2017 5:53 PM
Bill Edwards
Jane D. Zinn Information
Her monument has a long inscription on the reverse side. It was impossible to read. I believe it starts, "Dear children...",but the rest is covered with an orange growth.

Does anyone have the inscription who can share it with me?

Unfortunately, her husband's monument has toppled from its base and is lying on it's side.

Bill Edwards
Added by Bill Edwards on Apr 29, 2017 9:22 AM
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