|Monica Woodward (#36164438)|
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Each tree and leaf and star show how|
The universe is part of this one cry,
That every life is noted and cherished,
And nothing loved is ever lost or perished
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|Jerrena Dill||LD PAGE|
i have more information on LD PAGE.
He is in my family tree.
|Nolen Brunson||Thomas A. Campbell|
Monica, please, if possible, refer to your picture for the gravestone of the above, at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Greenville County. Please notice the writing below, about the wife, J. C. Campbell. Notice especially the date of death of J. C., the wife. A question has arisen whether that is 1886 or 1888. Can you picture shed any light on this?
Also, you posted a memorial for Jemima, his wife, but no picture of a headstone. And you showed 1886 for her date of death. I'm assuming that you got that date from the bottom part of her husband's stone? If so, you must have interpreted the date of death as 1886?
|Nolen Brunson||RE: Wilson Cemetery|
Thanks very much and I envy you, living in the mountains of North Carolina!
|Nolen Brunson||Wilson Cemetery|
Monica, do you know the exact location of the Wilson Cemetery, near Greer, Greenville County, SC? You posted some pictures of it in connection with the findagrave site. It's said to be on Highway 14, near Greer. I can seem to find anyone who knows the exact location. Need some other landmark other than just Highway 14 near Greer. North of Greer? South? How far from Greer? What intersection is near? Etc.
You have a memorial for Charles Bostwick in Minden Cemetery in Sanilac County. I uploaded a second headstone photo for him that I found next to his wife, Luella, in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Saginaw. Just wanted to let you know. Thanks!
|Liz Whitley||11808890-George W. Parham|
Would you be interested in transferring GW to me. He is my grandfather.
|Liz Whitley||11808179-Rosa S. Parham|
Rosa is my grandmother. Would you be interested in transferring her memorial to me? Is she any kin to you?
|julie lawter||Thomas Mitchell Cox|
Pls transfer Thomas Mitchell Cox memorial to my care. He is a brother of my Grandmother, Julia Learin Cox Turnage. I am a contributor, and am building a virtual cemetery for my family and want to add Thomas, and info on his memorial. Thank you, for this, Julie Lawter
|Ms. Clyde||Martha Armstrong|
Martha's memorial is 19859605
If you want to add this to what you have:
80 years. As a faithful member of the church, she taught Sunday School for over 50 years, sang in the choir, and was a dedicated member of the WMU. She retired from People's Drug Store.
Surviving are a son, Vernon Armstrong and his wife Linda of Travelers Rest; a daughter, Elaine Adams and her husband Larry of Roswell, Ga; a brother, Kenneth Tate of Greenville; a sister, Katie T. Dill of Travelers Rest; two sisters-in-law, Kathryn Tate and Gladys Armstrong; two granddaughters, Wendy Leon and her husband David of Williamsburg, Va, and Stacey Weinberger and her husband Paul of Augusta, Ga; and four great-grandchildren, Erica, Olivia, Noah and Mattie Leon, all of Williamsburg, Va.
In addition to her parents and husband, she was predeceased by a brother, Wendell Tate and two sisters, Hazel Hester and Christine Brockman.
Funeral services will be held at 3pm Tuesday at The Howze Mortuary Chapel conducted by the Revs. John Bedford, Mark Smith and Wingard Berry. Burial will follow in Grand View Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends from 7-8:30 tonight at The Howze Mortuary.
Pallbearers will be Charles Tate, Paul Weinberger, Carl Waldrop, Gary Coster, Earl Ledbetter, David Leon and Robert Coleman. Honorary escort will be current and former members of the Ladies Sunday School Classes of Ebenezer and Foothills Baptist Churches. The family will be at the home of Vernon and Linda Armstrong, 118 Hunt Street, Travelers Rest.
Memorials may be made to the Foothills Baptist Church Building Fund, PO Box 222, Travelers Rest, SC. The Howze Mortuary, Travelers Rest, is in charge of arrangements. Published in The Greenville News on Nov. 26, 2001.
|Bill Bloom||RE: Charles Marriott|
You're welcome. Very glad to help, Monica!
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