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Roger Phillip Burnett (#46801633)
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Bio Photo Roger Phillip m Nell Lowery


Parents Taft Burnett &
June Jarrett buried at
Rebels Creek Cemetery
Mitcell Co.NC. Deacon at Chesnee First Baptist Church, Chesnee,SC.
Served in the USAF.
Retired from Duke Energy
Corp.Welding Inspection,
NDE Inspector.

Sing Baritone with The Carolina Quartet
family Qt.(Rebels Creek
Qt. for 10 yrs.

Masters Singers 17 years.

The Melody Masters Qt. organized about 1948.These 4 men have been together since 1992, check it out on www.youtube.com.) We recently changed the name of the Quartet to "Carolina Quartet".

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Crystal Jarrett Inman
14086814 Samuel C Jarrett
Roger,
My name is Crystal Jarrett Inman and I am a descendant of Samuel Jarrett. Will you please explain to me how you came to the conclusion that this tombstone is his? I really have many questions about this. I am having a difficult time with this side of my family tree. Anything you can tell me will be greatly appreciate. Hope to hear from you soon.

Thank you,
Crystal
Added by Crystal Jarrett Inman on Jun 24, 2017 4:48 PM
Cynthia Kenny
Heinrich Null
Can you please send me information that you have stating that Heinrich Null fought in the Revolutionary War according to the memorial you created for him. This is a great-grandfather of mine. I am in the Daughters of the American Revolution already, but would like to attach this grandfather if I can find documentation that he also fought in the R.W. My email is cinbad_1969@yahoo.com. I would so much appreciate it. Headquarters of D.A.R. state they found a Henry Null in war, but I need more proof.
Added by Cynthia Kenny on Jun 19, 2017 8:17 PM
Mother2Many
Kathleen Pritchard
The memorial you have created Find A Grave Memorial# 60029202 is a duplicate memorial for 46113499. I am hoping you can move your memorial photo to the older version and delete your memorial. Thank you
Added by Mother2Many on Jun 06, 2017 12:38 PM
John Padermos
William James Wilson and Nancy Haney
Dear Roger,

There seems to be a lot of confusion about the information for the two individuals above.

The headstone that is in place for Nancy Haney on Find-A-Grave I do not think is hers.

I think that it may belong to a brother or relative of the Haney clan.

The name is clearly Wm Wilson Haney.

The death dates for BOTH William and Nancy you have put as July 27, 1855.

I can find no evidence of a death date for either individual.

Can you take some time and look in to these matters?

Thank you.

John Padermos
Added by John Padermos on Sep 25, 2016 5:56 AM
Joyce Walton
William Washburn
There are two memorials for William Washburn.
#84005052 and
#6863112
Is it possible to make one memorial. Good info on both, but one would be better.
Thanks - Joyce
Added by Joyce Walton on Sep 23, 2016 10:14 AM
Cathy Barton Johnson
RE: Benjamin Willis
Sorry, I am wondering about Benjamin Willis, I have always been told that he was buried in a field on the Old Tripplett farm, south of Northview, Mo. Is this the place of Old Welch Cemetery. I see that there are several burials in Old Welch that are really in the new Welch cemetery, I know people just dont play attention, where they are at, lol. I have been to this cemetery and there is only abt. 6 readable stones there. So my ? is are they the same place.
Thank you for your time, my mom is a Willis thru Gayford who is buried at new Welch, his father is George T. whos father is George W. the son of Ben
Thanks again
Cathy
Added by Cathy Barton Johnson on Aug 29, 2016 10:53 AM
SuZ
Photos
I just wanted to thank you for the many wonderful photos that you have shared of your (my) family. It puts a smile on my face when I see their pictures pop up when looking through the memorials. Susan McKinney Zingrich
Added by SuZ on Jul 31, 2016 9:33 AM
Dwight Crowe
memorial #104870650
Roger, Do you have this Will below for William Wilson who married Nancy Dianna Green? Is there any way to prove William James Wilson memorial #104870650 was the William in this Will? I believe he was their son, just can't prove it. Thanks-Dwight Crowe

"The Will Of William Wilson"
In the name of God, Amen. I William Wilson of the State of North Carolina, County of Rutherfordton, being of perfect health, mine and memory, (Blessed be the Almighty God) (for the same) to make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, first I give and bequeath unto my oldest son Spencer Wilson, the sum of five shillings sterling, to be paid unto him by my executor or other heirs of mine and the cause is many good reasons this his portion is so small from me. Also I give my well beloved wife, Dianna Wilson, one hundred seventy (170) acres of land with the plantation and dwelling house on it, forever. Also I give and bequeath unto my son, Moses Wilson Twenty Dollars tobe paid unto him by my Executors or heirs of mine. Also I give my Daughter Phiby Wilson five shillings sterling also I give to my son James Wilson five shillings sterling to be paid unto them by my Executors or other heirs of mine. Also I give and bequeath unto my son Robert Wilson fifty (50) acres of land I bought of William Green and a saddle, to a paid unto him by my executor or other heirs, and the balance to be sold and equally divided among my children named Molly Wilson, John Wilson, Sally Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Moses Wilson, William Wilson, Thomas Wilson, Jane Wilson, Robert Wilson. Hereby revoking all former wills by me made in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this 7th day of December in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and six (1806). I appoint my son Thomas as sole executor of my last will and testament signed, sealed and published and delivered by the above named William Wilson to be his last will and testament in presence of us who have subscribed our names as witness in the presence of the testator.

His Mark X (William Wilson) Witness: Jess Gibbs, Lott Wood, Jas. Shearer
Added by Dwight Crowe on Jul 27, 2016 7:23 PM
Deborah Strum
John Moccasin Green and son, James
I think that your work has led me to my ancestor, John Moccasin Green. However, you show that his son James died in 1856; when,in 1857, James, who lived in Haywood County, wrote a letter for John's Rev. pension citing himself as John's son.

James' daughter Charlotte "Lettie" married my third-great grandfather, Moses Brown, who died in the Civil War. They had a number of children including my 2nd ggrandfather, Isaac Brown.
Added by Deborah Strum on Jul 08, 2016 8:38 PM
Tee Tee
Gilbert Henry Thomas 81839050
It states on Find A Grave that Thomas,81 of Roses Branch Road, died Friday, Dec.27,2002. He was the son of the late LeRoy and Laura Woody Thomas.

Then you have Jobe Thomas under parents. I can assure you Jobe Thomas was long passed away before this Gilbert Thomas came along.

Please make corrections.
Thank you so much for all your work,
Tee
Added by Tee Tee on Jun 19, 2016 12:13 PM
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