|Robin Knowles Miner (#47614397)|
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1. DUPLICATE LISTINGS: We all make this mistake. If you ask me to delete a duplicate, please make sure that my entry was later than the other. If my entry was done first, I should not be asked to delete my work.|
2. TRANSFERS: I will transfer managements of graves UNLESS I AM DIRECTLY RELATED. Please send your request by edit and I will check my family tree. If your requested name is not in my tree, I will gladly transfer it. If it is there, I will explain my relationship to that person and why I do not wish to transfer. Please understand my wish to keep my family grave listings. I am sure that if you had taken the time to walk the cemeteries, search the records and list the names, you would feel the same.
I appreciate all the kind additional information and corrections. (Sometimes we all suffer from fat-finger syndrome and miss the right key!) Forgive me if I have made an error on your loved ones grave. Let me know and I WILL CORRECT IT.
I am not as "owner" of graves, nor am I a "Collector" of names. I am a retired lady who has the time to comb records and record names that are not yet on this site. . How I hope someone finds their loved ones because of the few hours I spent typing.
The main names I am researching in my family: Knowles-Sandlin, Patterson - Brown, Gornto-Allen, Delaney-Roebuck, Entrekin- Martin, Beall-Watts and Holcombe -Watson.
And my husband's family, Miner-Hughes, Nail-Bibb, Freeman-Gantt and Rimel- Headrick.
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|Alice (Asuit) Owenby||Marion Bostick|
Thank you for the information. I would be glad to transfer the memorial over to you since there's a connection. I really don't mind. It's a pleasure to correspond with someone who is truly nice on Find A Grave. Thank you for your work, Alice
Hi Robin, thank you for sharing the fine article on Burrell Nail's memorial. I have added it and gave you credit, although you said it wasn't necessary. If you don't want your name on the memorial, I can put your F.A.G. Member # instead. I just like to give credit where it is due.
Don Clark - LaFayette, AL
|Winnette||See Memorial #15426222|
Some one else already has the info. Let me know what you think. I sometimes think the old days were much like Peyton Place, instead of men working, they spent more time playing.
Thank you again,
Added by Winnette on Jan 19, 2017 12:52 PM
Thank you for explaining the connection/or lack there of to the said father and wife. It would not be appropriate to place this info on the Find A Grave Memorials, or at least not in my opinion.
Added by Winnette on Jan 19, 2017 12:44 PM
|L Palmer||Thorvald Chester Winter|
I noticed that his Draft Registation the he filled out shows his birth date as September 11, 1900. The death index shows August 11, 1920?
Added by L Palmer on Jan 19, 2017 7:37 AM
|Kathi Murray||Raines Weaver|
I think Raines Weaver was a pseudonym for Marguerite Mathews, who passed away in 2014-2015.
|Christine Bumby Allen||Maude E. Hyatt|
Thank you for the correction on Maude E. Hyatt. I have made the changes to her findagrave memorial. She is now linked to her parents.
|Kathi Murray||RE: Hugh Brown, Sr.|
In addition, Ezekiel Brown was born in Brunswick, Virginia according to his military records. Hugh Brown also lived in that area before he moved to Camden County, Ga.
I have been researching Hugh, Sr.'s father, Robert Brown, and have come up with a few scenarios. It is so time consuming to look for every single Robert Brown in South Carolina at that time and connect where he came from. Robert and Hugh Brown must have lived in Virginia at some point before they moved to South Carolina and Hugh moved to Georgia.
Getting closer to the truth.
|Kathi Murray||RE: Hugh Brown, Sr.|
You're welcome. I am still searching for Ezekiel's parents, but I still think that Hugh Brown Sr. was his father. It just makes sense now that Sarah was a Crawford after all. Ezekiel had a son named Crawford Brown. He also had a daughter named Sarah Jane, who had epilepsy.
Why would Ezekiel come to live by Hugh Brown and his children from Virginia if he were not part of that family? Other people in the Brown files also thought he was part of that family. I have relatives from my Great-Grandmother's children from another father, who are my mother's half-great-aunts and half-great-uncles, who seem to think Ezekiel's father was George and his mother Elizabeth. There is no proof of that and I think they were just guessing.
I have found proof of Hugh Brown being Ezekiel's father as far as I am concerned. My Great-Grandmother named her youngest child, Hugh Brown. Why would she do that if Hugh Brown wasn't her grandfather?
What do you think? I would like to leave this to rest as Hugh Brown's son.
|esc||Arzenia Ball Holcombe|
Hi. She was in my husbands direct line. She is his great great great grandmother I believe. Much of what you said looks correct to my memory but I am unable to update or review any records right now as I am out of town and having brain surgery in a few days. It will likely be several weeks but I will absolutely look into changing the cemetery and contact you again when i make any changes. I have saved your email and I promise to contact you as soon as I am able to take a closer look at it. It will likely be mid December at the very earliest. I certainly want to make sure all of my records contain the most accurate information possible. I'm sorry for the delay but as I said, I'm at hospital undegoing testing and will be having brain surgery likely in the next few days.
Added by esc on Nov 11, 2016 7:00 AM
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