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|Eugene Watson||Donald McDonald, 1827 date|
Hello, I'm curious about this Donald McDonald. I am looking for:
Birth 1781 • Dalvile Sleat Skye, Armadale Sleat,Inverness-shire, Scotland
Death 1844. I have Monroe County Alabama down for where he may have died, but there aren't any records on Find A Grave for any old Scottish cemeteries there, nor any trace of a possible ancestor there.
This Donald is my GGG Grandfather. His father, John, it is written, that he also died in Moore County around 1808 or 1809
I believe the Janet McDonald buried in the old Scottish cemetery is his first wife.
Can you tell me how you came of the death date of 1827,
regards, Eugene Watson
|Tara McDonald||thames cemetery grays creek|
hey could you tell me how do I go about getting permission to visit thames cemetery? my ggggrandma is buried there her name is eliza clark wife of Daniel
also I saw that you are related to Edwards are these the same Edwards in Cumberland co my ggrandma was a edwards
|LaDelle Arnold||Duncan McArthur|
Duncan McArthur also has a daughter Susan McArthur married to John Hall Blake. According to my Grandfather, Blake Craft, she is buried at the foot of Duncan's grave but her marker was destroyed by vandals
|Michael McDonald||RE: Mary Ellen Sykes Hollingsworth|
I am so glad to hear from you. There are some of us with in the different branches back from each line trying to locate more on her mother and how the different marriages went. Would you know for sure if her mother's second marriage would be to a Walter's - Watters - or Waters ?
If I am understanding this correct, we would share the same Grandfather, George Washington Jackson. I know he was married to three different ladies. I would descend from his third marriage to Mary Elizabeth Freeman Baker Jackson. Unsure if Mary Freeman's first husband died and then she married GW Jackson or how it worked out.
I would be thankful if you could share more on your line, and I will do the same if you are interested.
With sincere thanks,
|Michael McDonald||Mary Ellen Sykes Hollingsworth|
I wanted to see if you would connect Mary Ellen Sykes Hollingsworth with her parents.
Mathew Sikes 131670495 buried at the McNatt Cemetery in Robeson County, NC.
After the death of Mathew Sikes, Ellen Elizabeth Jackson would have remarried to a Watters/Walters/Water, but the gravestone has Watters on it. She is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Saint Paul's memorial 136491652.
Ellen Elizabeth Jackson would be my 3rd Great Aunt, daughter of George Washington Jackson who lived in the White Oak area of Bladen County, NC.
I would be thankful for any help,
|William Irwin||Old Hickory Grove Cemetery, Bladenboro, Bladen County, North Carolina, USA|
May I use your photo of Old Hickory Grove Cemetery, Bladenboro, Bladen County, North Carolina, USA on GENi.com
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&PIcrid=1404455&PIpi=16229054&PIMode=cemetery, Added by: SWJacobson, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46631030, 3/19/2009
Profile Link: http://www.geni.com/people/Matthew-Hester/6000000023340911452
|Gale Torregrossa||Potts Cemetery|
My name is Gale and my great grandmother Addie Graham is buried in the Potts cemetery. Where is this cemetery? Thank you for the information.
|Jack Fernald||RE: Sarah Culbreth Jessup|
Thanks. Best references are any of Mayo Bundy's books. I have copies and would be glad to check if you need other assistance.
|Jeff Jones||Claudius Smith|
Thank you very much for pointing out the duplicate Claudius Smith record I had created. I have deleted it now so that only your original remains.
I appreciate it very much! Thank you.
|catherine norris||Mary E. Kelly Cromartie|
I am looking for a grandmother, Mary E. Kelly Cromartie (b. 1811, d. 1833), wife of George Cromartie (b. 1804, d. 1892). Find-a-Grave has her referenced as being buried on "JM Guyton's Farm" off of Hwy 87 near Elizabethtown, NC. I noticed that that Guyton is one of the names that you research. Do you have any idea of where this farm used to be? I would love to find her tombstone.
Catherine Cromartie Norris
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