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|LeeAnne Crouser Trull (#47686898)|
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Hello, I have spent most of my life helping my mom and listening to my grandmother's stories about our family's history. Which happens to be very distinguished and I am ultimately proud to be part of it!!! Unfortunately my mother passed in 2005 followed by my grandmother in 2008. I have been working diligently to finish the work they started. |
I am here to help other people fill in the gaps as well. Please do not hesitate to email me and I will do everything I can to fill your request. Thank you :)
Feel free to use the photos as needed, I just ask that you give me credit. Thank You! I will transfer any pages to their family members.
I recently witnessed a fellow FAG volunteer, and was appalled at their conduct in the cemetery. It is hallowed ground and should be respected, no matter what.
Our cemeteries are the gateways to our past and future!
And most of all...when taking a picture of our ancestors and especially the veterans, please be respectful of the orientation of the photograph. They are the reason we have freedom. Honor them!!
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|Janice Anderson White||Ada F. Dellinger Ham|
Ada's son-in-law was D.K. Anderson. Her husband was Grady Ham. His name was misspelled by census taker.
|Crystal Jarrett Inman||Bess Linn Inman # 114293995 and John Hamilton Inman # 114293829|
Will you move the picture of Bess Linn in her blue dress back to the top for me? I really like it at the top of her Memorial. I added another picture and it moved it down. The same for John Hamilton Inman, her husband. Thank you for adding them.
Her memorial Number is 114293995
His memorial Number is 114293829
These are my husband's grandparents. If you would like to transfer themto me, I will be happy to maintain their memorials. Are you kin to us? Hope to hear from you soon.
Crystal Jarrett Inman
Find-A-Grave # 48902919
|Ernie Chapman||Alexandria County, NC|
I note that Franklin Manley Brown is listed as having been born in Alexandria Co, NC in 1824. It was not formed until 1837 (or there abouts). It would have been Wilkes Co.
I'm just picky;-)
|Wanda Conrad||Kreider and Snyder|
I noticed that you have four of my family members already set up with memorials. I hope that you don't mind that I will be linking family members to your memorials.
I am a great granddaughter of Arthur Elmer Kreider and Verdia May Snyder Kreider.
If you need any information about the Kreider family, please let me know and I'll be glad to help you.
My sister and I were at the cemetery this past weekend and left red carnations for our relatives. There was already an arrangement there - - if that was from you, it made us feel good that someone else is thinking of our family. I took a few pictures. If you would like them, please let me know.
|D. O.||Jervis Edwards Gordon|
Yeah! Thank you for publishing the photos of Uncle Jervis' tombstone and his medals. That is so wonderful.
I have a picture (several really) of his sister Polly. Come to think of it, i have a candid camera picture of both Grandmother and Aunt Ethel taken way back when my sister got married. Like 1948 or something like that. The picture was taken by my father in the backyard of our home. The sisters came to California for the event. My father was the son of Polly Gordon Johnson - baptismal name Mary Elizabeth.
By chance do you know whatever happened to the man who originally posted Uncle Jervis' memorial? I have tried for years to transfer management to me - but never got an answer from the man. It makes me wonder if he is deceased.
Again thank for adding the pictures and sharing with me. I, like you, am very proud to be a member of the Gordon and Johnson families. A rich heritage.
Dot Johnson O'Donnell
Added by D. O. on Mar 26, 2016 10:13 PM
|Kathryn Flahaut Sutton||Find A Grave Memorial# 86665199|
Are you able to read the inscription on the headstone? I believe I can see the name, but everything else is unclear.
I've been researching very hard to try and get this family right. I would appreciate any help you could give me. This is what I've discovered.
I would like to try and verify if your find a grave info is connected to the correct Moses Watts or if there is a chance the two have been mixed up or combined there as well. Is there a chance that the birth and death info you have recorded (I'm assuming found in the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885. Moses Watts Gender: Male Race: White Marital Status: Widowed Estimated birth year: abt 1803 Birth Place: North Carolina, USA
Age: 76 Death Date: Sep 1879 Cause of Death: Asthma
Census Year: 1880 Census Place: Ellendale, Alexander, North Carolina, USA)
It does make sense given the Alexander census place that it most likely is the Moses of the 1850 Alexander census vs. the Moses of the 1850 Stanly census.
I would really like to know your thoughts and research on this.
Thank you in advance.
|Kathryn Flahaut Sutton||Moses Watts Family|
There are two different Moses Watts families in the 1850 Census.
The 1850 Alexander, NC census lists Moses 47, Cela 42, Nancy 20, Amanda 18, Levi 16, Mary 12, William 7, Magnes 5, Wilson 2, Elisabeth 2, Margaret 0 and Sarah 0 (appears to be the same as Find A Grave Memorial# 86665199 and a scan taken from the history of William Teague).
The 1850 Smiths, Stanly, NC census lists Mosses 50, Nancy 35, Noah Z 16, John S 14, Perlina 13, Martin 11, Catharine 10, Mary 8, Joel 7, Allen 3, Chesley 3 and unnamed baby 8 months.
Many researchers are combining these two families. I would just like to clarify that these are two different families. I would appreciate your help in this matter.
I, very much, like your bio. I have a passion of making certain that all (any) veteran is acknowledged for service to our country.
|Judy Ivey||RE: Mandy A Crouch|
Thanks so much for getting the picture for me.
Thank you very much for transferring the memorials of my relatives to me.
I share you sentiments about how cemeteries should be treated. I would think that a Find A Grave volunteer would have respect for cemeteries.
I hope you will keep up the good work you are doing.
And, again, I am most grateful to have my relatives under my management. My grandmother, Mary Elizabeth (PollY) Gordon Johnson told me so much about my Gordon family. I learned to love them very much.
Dorothy Johnson O'Donnell
Added by D. O. on Apr 07, 2015 8:39 PM
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