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|J R & T D White (#47280574)|
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We're a transplant here in Goldsboro, Wayne County, North Carolina.|
Russ was born in Indiana, Indiana County, Pennsylvania; raised in Richfield, Summit County, Ohio; retired from USAF (Seymour Johnson AFB) in 1995 and stayed here. Have been working on my family history since 1995.
Resa was born in Flora, Clay County, Illinois; raised in Flora and Sanford, Volusia County, Florida.
We met in Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, when I was stationed at Maxwell Air Force Base, in 1982; married in 1983. Spent 6 years stationed at Geilenkirchen NATO Air Base, Germany. Transferred to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Retired in 1995.
When asked why we grave hop - It's something we can do together; costs very little; and we get to know a bit of Wayne County history!
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|Barbara Bartlett||James Gordon and Martha C. Smith|
There are no words except for Thank you from my heart. You are both wonderful in keeping up the search for my gg-grandparents, and now: Success! My heart is over-flowing, you and your family has made all of my family so very happy!
I would love to have their gravestones on Ancestry, so may I have your permission? The photos are so clear and easy to read, the dates match what I have, now proof!
Blessings on you and your daughter!
Also, please link the 6 children in LBC to their mother Cora F (149549600) and father Edward T(149549203) when you get the cemetery up. There are other siblings but I haven't added them yet. Thank you for the work you do.
|Jeff Howell||RE: E T & Cora F Grady Family|
The Kinchen Britt Cemetery is the one in the middle of a cow pasture? Yes I would like to know when you get it online. I'm not sure which cemetery Louie Dell is in but you said you have a picture of the headstone? I'd love to see it.The Grady Cemetery is only a mile or so from LBC. Same side of the road; very close to the road and kind of on a hill which makes it hard to see. Thank you and let me know if you need anything else.
|Bill Paschal||RE: Re: Michael Domigan, 133798757, edits|
You're very welcome. If this is part of George's family, I graduated from RHS with him.
|Sue Dotson||RE: Rena Gillikin, 95591729|
You're welcome. And thank you for the credit! Much appreciated.
|MRB||RE: Annie Gearity headstone photo|
Her stone is by the Costello's (John & Catherine) and the Carey's (Michael, Augusta, Edward, & Mary). It's also near the McGlynn's (Jane, Margaret, & Thomas).
Added by MRB on Oct 01, 2016 8:00 AM
You have a photo on memorial #71701927 that I'd like to use on Ancestry.com. -- some of my wife's mother's family. I might find some more. Thanks!
Is it OK to use your photos, with proper credit, on Ancestry.com or for personal genealogical use?
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Transfers|
You're quite welcome.
Father Albert Ledoux
|Nancy Wilson||Celia Taylor Gardner|
I saw that Celia Gardner was listed on the grave marker as being a Taylor. I am working on a Pate family lineage and other researchers have said that Celia was a Pate, the daughter of Shadrack Pate of Wayne County. Can you tell me the source of Celia's Taylor family information? I don't want to claim Josiah as her husband if it was a totally different Celia.
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