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|Roger Phillip Burnett (#46801633)|
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Roger Phillip m Nell Lowery |
Parents Taft Burnett &
June Jarrett buried at
Rebels Creek Cemetery
Mitcell Co.NC. Deacon at Chesnee First Baptist Church, Chesnee,SC.
Served in the USAF.
Retired from Duke Energy
Sing Baritone with The Carolina Quartet
family Qt.(Rebels Creek
Qt. for 10 yrs.
Masters Singers 17 years.
The Melody Masters Qt. organized about 1948.These 4 men have been together since 1992, check it out on www.youtube.com.) We recently changed the name of the Quartet to "Carolina Quartet".
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|Robert Rhoads||Robert Douglas(s) 111642405|
Just wondering where he lived in WA in the year 1801? Where did you get this info from?
|R & J Black||Anderson|
Thank you so much for the kind transfer and all your work in this area.
When I try to delete the extra memorial I get,
"You can not delete this memorial because you did not create it. Use this form to request removal of this memorial.
Memorial to delete: Helen Archie"
You and Jeff created the memorial and the duplicates.
|Crystal Jarrett Inman||Jarrett|
Roger, I do not have a fax. Can you e-mail it to me? If so, here is my address. Cinmanresp@aol.com
|Crystal Jarrett Inman||Jarrett|
Which line do you come from? I am positive about my line up to John Jarrett 1758-1829 and Elizabeth Fisher 1770-1841. After that, I am somewhat confused. I have a Jarrett family tree, written by Jay Jarrett and Morris S Yoder, at Grace Lutheran Church in Newton, It says that that The Jarretts of that John and Elizabeth Fisher came from Virginia, John, Samuel, Daniel, John The Elder, Charles, Richard, William from London. Have you heard of this? I would love to see what you have. Do you have a tree on Ancestry that I could look at?
I have done everything in my power to read the tombstone you have listed as Samuel. I have traced it, chalked it, floured it, with no luck. My son is out ou the country right now, but when he gets home, I am going to see if he can get a micro magnifier to use on it. He has worked in forensics and has a lot of friends that are in some field that checks counterfeit items. Maybe we can get someone to tell us what it says. It is driving me nuts.
Hope to hear from you soon.
|Cynthia Kenny||Heinrich Null|
Can you please send me information that you have stating that Heinrich Null fought in the Revolutionary War according to the memorial you created for him. This is a great-grandfather of mine. I am in the Daughters of the American Revolution already, but would like to attach this grandfather if I can find documentation that he also fought in the R.W. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I would so much appreciate it. Headquarters of D.A.R. state they found a Henry Null in war, but I need more proof.
The memorial you have created Find A Grave Memorial# 60029202 is a duplicate memorial for 46113499. I am hoping you can move your memorial photo to the older version and delete your memorial. Thank you
|John Padermos||William James Wilson and Nancy Haney|
There seems to be a lot of confusion about the information for the two individuals above.
The headstone that is in place for Nancy Haney on Find-A-Grave I do not think is hers.
I think that it may belong to a brother or relative of the Haney clan.
The name is clearly Wm Wilson Haney.
The death dates for BOTH William and Nancy you have put as July 27, 1855.
I can find no evidence of a death date for either individual.
Can you take some time and look in to these matters?
|Joyce Walton||William Washburn|
There are two memorials for William Washburn.
Is it possible to make one memorial. Good info on both, but one would be better.
Thanks - Joyce
I just wanted to thank you for the many wonderful photos that you have shared of your (my) family. It puts a smile on my face when I see their pictures pop up when looking through the memorials. Susan McKinney Zingrich
Added by SuZ on Jul 31, 2016 9:33 AM
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