|Sondra Walling (#47495391)|
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Im Sondra Lee Walling born in TN with family ties to the Walling Cemetery & the Seitz Cemetery in Van Buren County TN. I currently live in Kershaw County, SC where both Confederate and Revolutionary battles were fought and many veterans of both are buried. Our town is the oldest inland town in SC and has a rich history reaching back as one of the original 13 colonies. |
Please contact me if you need any research of Cemeteries in Kershaw County SC.
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|Emma Walling||RE: Richardson|
It was my great pleasure.
|Dee Mack||RE: Shiloh Methodist Church|
That sounds great, Sondra! Thank you for all of your efforts in documenting information to honor those who are no longer with us.
Have a great day!
Added by Dee Mack on Nov 25, 2016 6:09 AM
|Dee Mack||Photo Request|
Thank you so much for adding a gravestone photo to James M. Kirkley's memorial for me.
Have a great day!
Added by Dee Mack on Nov 20, 2016 6:53 AM
|bee||THANK YOU and Inquiries|
Thank you for taking the pictures of Alexander Brown Family at The Shiloh Methodist Cemetery. I do appreciate it.
Please tell me if the cement ground rail encloses only the Brown Family. If so, who are the others included in this section?
In looking at the plot and the shape of the stones, I assume the next one is Laura, his wife.
Is the third one for his mother Mary McLean Brown?
There are two more in the row, but who are they please?
One must be child Estelle and is one child Aubrey Racine?
Is one Child Grace?
Is Bert in this same plot?
Is there a Sallie McPhaul in the same area?
Is it ok to use your pictures with your credit in family genealogy?
Many thanks again for your help.
Added by bee on Nov 19, 2016 6:21 PM
|Dee Mack||Shiloh Methodist Church|
Sondra, I noticed your problem request on the photo request for James Kirkley. I am sorry that I have no clue on how to find the cemetery in order to help. I hope someone out there can give you accurate directions.
Thank you for your willingness to locate James' gravestone. Best of luck!!
Added by Dee Mack on Nov 14, 2016 3:15 AM
Glad to be of help. Just passing through from Texas and took a quiet break there. Wish the pictures were better as the setting sun was facing me and maybe someone later will post a better one. You're welcome.
|Emma Walling||Brady Roberts|
Thanks a million.
Sondra, have you checked out the memorial,
104363766? The information on it was sent to me by an Archdale family member. I think it might help some? I'm getting confused too. But if I'm not mistaken there were 3 Johns. Possibly 4? The 104365443 has the same info you have just sent to me. Only, you have this John, married to Hannah Ann 'Mason.' ??????? We will get this figured out, I have sent some emails to the Combs family and then will check again w/some others. What I copied was from some of the records and Bible information my Aunt and Uncle collected? We will get it straightened out hopefully. :)
Added by Phyllis on May 17, 2016 4:25 PM
|Ron Combs||RE: Line of John Combs|
Here's the main problem with Archdale. There are two births out: 1) 1625, in Virginia, and 2) 651 in England. In Virginia, the father will be "Jamestown John", b. 1589(?), and mother is either Margaret Archdale (1590, Yorkshire), or Elizabeth Willis (1590, London). For England, he was born to Elizabeth Lovett, and John of London, a brother of
Jamestown John"(?). As of this point in time, thee is no solid evidence that England Archdale ever came to the Colonies. We know for sure that an Archdale was here. so he has to belong to some one. I lean toward 1625.
Archdale was also a brother of the two Johns, born in 1606, He died around 1634, and never left England. "Jamestown John" arrived in 1619 on the Marigold, was indentured for 5 years. Once that time was up, he is listed as a planter (part-time farmer). It is said he sent for hid bride (which eve one it is), and paid for her to come over to Virginia, using money from tobacco.
Of Archdale's two sons, I go through John, and 1662 sounds about right. Of the "eight" brothers, John, Jr ("Soldier John"),then Jeremiah "Long Jerry, William Lorenzo, Spencer P., Robert, and Maurice (my father).
NOTE: I am not a genealogist, just an amateur. However, I will be glad to share what I've learned. Be very aware that so many sites are out there, and they input bad info. Reason: they borrow from other inputs.
Hope this helps. If I can be of some help, just let me know.
I'll check it out. I had asked for a transfer and didn't check out all of the bio, so thanks, I will make the change. Do you have any info you would like for me to add?
Added by Phyllis on May 03, 2016 7:10 PM
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