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|Kenneth Fawcett (#47606610)|
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|Andrew McNamara||RE: Benjamin Binks 1879-1956|
I grew to know Kathleen Morrissey (nee Binks) quite well towards the end of her life. She was the youngest daughter of Benjamin Binks (birth name Cartwirght) and I was able to tell Kathleen this and the fact that she had sisters she never knew existed. I've included below a link to her death notice in May 2012.
I can confirm that Norman is Benjamin's son.
Kathleen's ashes may be scatter in the churchyard at Kirkby Ravensworth or near to the old chapel in Ravensworth - perhaps worth a look for a plaque of some kind.
Kathleen was a wonderful lady who had such a calming and welcoming persona. She was incredibly helpful to me in that she gave me lots of family history information that would have been impossible to find without her. She provided me with lots of photos of her family and of Ravensworth over the years.
|BigFrench||Littleberry Brownlown Newsom|
I appreciate you wanting to remember this Southern Patriot; while your heart is in the right place his burial might not be.
As historian for the Spotsylvania Confederate Cemetery, I've not been able to find his name or initials in the burial records.
A handful of others in the 12 North Carolina are listed.
It is likely he is still buried within the battlefield or that his remains were not recoverable. Of the several thousands who were KIA/died in that awful, awful battle, less than 850 are buried in the Spotsy Confed. Cem.
As such, listing him as buried in the Spotsylvania Battlefield would be more correct.
Do you have any documentation/source(s) showing how you came to your conclusion? A letter from kin or fellow soldier that states he was buried in same grave as another, etc.
That would be great for you to share as I'm always looking for more info as to who is buried there.
Looking forward to your reply,
|Donna||Juanita Virginia Carlysle Thompson|
Juanita is my aunt. Would you consider transferring ownership of her record to me? I have recently updated her page with additional information as well as a picture of her from years ago.
Added by Donna on May 30, 2017 1:25 PM
|Kay Clark Jenkins||add family|
Annie Laura Husband 52264748 Married 1902
Mother 110210610 If you can add this part of
family I would appreciate it. Kay
|debbie||Vera M Gibson|
This is my Grandmother's Sister in-law the photo was taken in 2011 how can I find out wither she is alive or not ty for any help
Added by debbie on Feb 18, 2017 7:54 PM
Thanks for the transfer. Really appreciate it.
Added by Sanebee on Feb 05, 2017 3:22 PM
|Gayle Yiotis||Samuel Peyton|
Galloway United Methodist Church Cemetery
I am pretty certain that Samuel Peyton was the son of Isaac Peyton and Elizabeth Quilla. He is found on the 1910 census with them in Falls Church, VA, and the birth year matches.
|Sanebee||The Hollinger's in Rose Hill|
Thank you very much for the transfer of the memorials for Charles & Dottie Hollinger. And again thank you for the work you have done in Find A Grave - I find your pictures popping up at different cemeteries.
Added by Sanebee on Nov 22, 2016 4:49 AM
|Keighren||Duncan McIntyre's Grave|
Looking for birth certificate of Isabella Gillies who was married to my great, great grandfather Duncan McIntyre
Added by Keighren on Nov 01, 2016 5:42 AM
|Mary Stim||RE: Artie McCollum|
Please contact me at email@example.com so we can discuss the Whitakers. Most of my fathers family came out of Caswell and Rockingham counties in North Carolina. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Mary Kring Stim
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