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|Teresa Reed (#47801938)|
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|Pat Sistare||John Hilton Outen|
I should have looked closer. John Hilton Outen is the son of John T. Outen (b. Apr 1876) and Mary E.
(born Feb 1880). Sorry - I should have looked more carefully.
|Pat Sistare||John Hilton Outen|
You list him as a son of John Erwin Outen, born Mar. 20, 1899. Are you sure of this because in census records 1900 - 1930 the only son mentioned as "John" was John Talmadge Outen. In John Erwin Outen's obituary he (the son) is named as "J. T. Outen". Only other survivors are: Coleman Outen, Wilson Outen and Mrs. Robert Gregory, all of Lancaster, Captain Dewey Outen of Fort Bragg, N. C., Ralph Outen of the Marine Corp, Mrs. Charlie Reeves of Kershaw and Mrs. A. M. Terry of Charleston. Also the following brothers and sisters survive: Ed Outen, Henry Outen, James Outen, Dock Outen, Mrs. Dock Hunter, Mrs. Francis Hunter, all of Kershaw, Mrs. Dessie Poston of Chester and Mrs. George Bennett of Gastonia, N. C.
John Erwin Outen did live in Buffalo Township, Kershaw County in 1900 census but in every other census he was a resident of Lancaster Co., SC.
Just cleaning up my records and wanted to be sure I hadn't missed someone. Please advise.
|The Bull||RE: Finns Point National Cemetery|
Glad I could help, Finn's Point is my favorite cemetery.
Added by The Bull on Feb 13, 2015 7:03 PM
|Tyrrell "T.C." Burns||Willaim Henry Holland|
Teresa, I am so pleased to fulfill your request. The tombstone is very old and being from the pre-1920 era, it is made from marble. As I am sure that you know, marble does not age very well and time and weather have taken their toll on William Henry Holland's monument. I have taken the time to retouch the photo in order to make the engraved lettering on the monument a little more legible. In addition, I also took the opportunity to take pictures of William's wife's monument as well as the monument of their two sons, James & Herbert and also of Miranda Holland. I will be adding those pictures to the other memorials and link them together where possible.
|Karen & Buddy||Memorial 42606123|
This was sent to me and I believe the lady is correct.
I believe the photo for the headstone of Eliza Jane McAdams Hall, Find A Grave Memorial #42606123, is incorrect. The inscription on the photo reads wife of John Hall. Eliza Jane McAdams was married to William A. Hall. There is another Eliza Hall buried in First Creek Baptist Church Cemetery who is married to John Hall.
If Eliza Jane McAdams Hall is buried in this cemetery, and a photo exists of her headstone, I would like to request a photo of it.
Thank you for your help.
Mary Martin Bentley
|Fancher||RE: Flemmon and Mary Stacks|
Thank you so much for your generosity, time and efforts... they are GREATLY appreciated! :)
Added by Fancher on Jan 13, 2014 7:34 PM
|Fancher||Flemmon and Mary Stacks|
Thank you SO MUCH for the gorgeous photos of the tombstones of Flemmon J Stacks and Mary Margaret (Steward) Stacks... they are gorgeous! Thank you so much! My mom will be thrilled, as well. :)
Do you mind if I add them to Ancestry.com?
Added by Fancher on Jan 13, 2014 7:11 PM
|Jenifer Bishop Blood||RE: Miles R Mixson grave photo|
|Leaton Clark||Harkness tombstone|
I appreciate your time and effort and will indicate on the page that grave is "unmarked"
Have a great New Year
|Gwen Lott||Whitfield gravestones|
Thank you very much for the posting of the Susan and John Whitfield gravestones. Gwen LOTT
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