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The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.|
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|Elizabeth||Additional Info on Victor McAdams|
Victor married my great aunt, Emma Eliza Starr, on 24 Jun 1916, in North Carolina, before relocating to Denver, CO. He died in Denver on 29 Jan 1948, per a North Carolina newspaper dated Jan. 31, 1948. Emma was born 27 Feb 1890 and died 7 Jun 1974, per family Bible. They had only one son, Victor W. McAdams Jr., born 31 Oct 1919 and died in Florida 15 Sept 1980, per Jim Hepler's Genealogy JAM. Victor Jr. never married, and I don't know where he or Emma were buried.
Emma was the daughter of Rev. H. Frank Starr and Annie E. Young Starr, who are both included in Find a Grave, but she is left out of the list of children, because she was the only one not buried in North Carolina, either at Alamance Presbyterian Church or Forest Lawn in Greensboro, where all of the rest of the family are buried.
Thank you for including Victor on Find a Grave,
|Mary Jane Presley (Leese)||Moffett Photo|
Thank you so very much for the photo!
|Teddi Kella-Fuller||DNA tets|
Send me an email. Teddi14@gmail.com I don't want to post it on here...
|Teddi Kella-Fuller||RE: Percy Insley|
Is there a flag feature on here or something you do yourself. I need to do that too for some of my edits.
|Teddi Kella-Fuller||RE: Percy Insley|
Have you submitted the correct information through the edit tab on his memorial?
|Teddi Kella-Fuller||Percy Clair Insley|
Thanks for taking this photo!
|Jeannie Scarber||RE: William Ledford|
Thanks for letting me know about the veterans photos you are working on. I ought to email you the database with Greenwood interments I am getting from the Arizona death records!
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph his headstone and for uploading the photograph to his memorial.~Sincerely, Laura aka Honor.
Added by Honor on May 21, 2017 7:35 PM
Thanks for trying! Sorry it turned out this way, but I really appreciate your effort!
Added by Ruth on May 21, 2017 4:28 PM
|kathy young||Georgia Lillian Mellon/Bell|
Greetings! I can't thank you enough for your site here on my great grandmother Lillian. She is a legend in my family. She was an accomplished concert pianist, and also an accomplished executive secretary to Thomas Mellon Sr. (the Judge who was extremely fond of her). It is said in the family that Andrew had a crush on her but she chose William instead, broke his heart as it seems. But her story is a tragedy of the first order. She was on her way home in her carriage after a concert, her driver had disappeared without a trace (what does that tell you-he had to be the only suspect) and abandoned her beside her carriage, and she literally crawled her way home, up her porch, and scratched on her door all night, but was ignored, their saying they thought it was an animal. They found her dead on her porch in the morning, totally dehydrated, after having been beaten to death, probably by that driver who disappeared-they never found him. In my experience in life, it is often of envy these sorts of crimes are born, so the driver having been in close enough proximity to her to develop that attitude, is not to be so easily dismissed. They should dig up his name and find out where he went and what he did after that, could be they could find someone to whom he might have confessed like on his death bed or something. Probably a crime of passion, she was very beautiful, accomplished and wealthy. She could have been raped, did the cops ever even look? A totally botched investigation by the Denver Police, and the guy got away, and her children bereft of their precious mother until Kingdom Come. And her husband freaked out totally behind this, my great grandfather William, and wound up alienating his brother's family. I did not know my grandfather, but I did know my adorable Great Auntie Bera, and my dear grandmother, Thomas' wife Vesta, named her first child after her--and Vesta's Bera had children in Michigan. Vesta went on to have five more children: (Bera), Bob, Barbara my mother by Robert Charles Young (related to the Bells), Bonnie, Betty (who died young), and Benita (who is still alive in Sedona AZ). Thomas died young, at 44 of tuberculosis, leaving Vesta a widow with six kids in Capitola where she had a little restaurant on that famous beach, and fared poorly, as Thomas did not wish to receive help from his relatives, but Auntie Bera was not so proud and was happy for their help. Lots of stories disappeared with him. Vesta missed him dreadfully until the day she died and her ashes remain in my little brother David's care still: that is where she remains, everybody! Betty and Bonnie both died of cancer. Bera of old age. Bob of cancer likewise, a terrible curse upon USA. And Barbara was murdered essentially by the state of California after having been kidnapped and hidden away from her family, cruelly tortured to death without respect or charity, but for money; her's too is a tragedy. Such is the situation. My sister Deanna had two children who choose to not have children. I had only one, who likewise chooses to not have children. My brother Barton had a son Edmond who has a great family, and a daughter Bonnie who has no children. So it looks like my brother Barton is the only one to carry on our legacy, that is why I am doing these searches for Edmont and his family. So I thank you immensely for your help and much appreciation of our stories, and all your effort to keep the truth out there. My whole family will see your posts now and for that they thank you as well. Now I have finally found something solid to tell my nephew who has no clue who he is or where he came from, that he may pass it on to his children, that the legend of our great grandmother Lillian may live on, and our splendid Victorian grandmother Vesta will be reunited in spirit with her lost children. Now they will know. I will keep this note for him and try to elaborate upon it for him, and send you a link to my page upon which I intend to bare all. I need a new computer by the way, so bear with me please, this one freezes everything, uploads are so weighty nowadays. I wish they would try to make them all lightweight. Anyway, thank you again, for your love of stories, and your research and accomplishments therefrom! I hope this is a good one for you both! take care and have a great day I pray! Kathy Young.
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