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|Walter Pack Family||Re: Thank you so much|
Appreciate your kindness toward our grandparental searches. Keep up your excellent work on Find A Grave!
|Rita Wehunt-Black||Thank You So Much|
I appreciate the speedy transfer of William Floyd Wehunt to my care. I will take good care of him.
Thank you for creating his memorial.
|Stephanie Hill-Roy||Enoch Bland 25502557|
Enoch is a Grandfather of mine- I do see in 1880 census he is 76 with Mary A 69 and Enoch 24 son. But. I have Naomi "Amy" Teter as his first wife married Dec 05 1826 Pendleton Co WV. They had Johnson Bland (named after grandfather) 15SEP1829 in Pendleton Co (Which comes down my line of Lee Bland, Curtis Bland, and Wanda Bland my maternal grandmother). The Mary Ann Harper you have listed marriage is 1836. Do you have another information on the 2 marriages or what happened? I keep seeing other persons works but no proof- some say Naomi died 1835 and he remarried. Others say she didn't die will 1855.. Just curious if you had any visible evidence?
|Stephanie Hill-Roy||rachel shoulders bland|
Memorial # 40131670. Birth data cannot be right- Thomas and Rachel married 1779 which by date you have means she would have been 4.
There daughter Susannah (#36979941) was born 1800. Susannah and George Washington Raines (36979904) were married 10JAN1820 Pendleton Co.
Rachel Shoulders was the daughter of Conrad Shoulders.
|kayla taylor||Combee Cemetery|
Hey. I noticed that you are credited with creating the Combee Cemetary page that is located in Mableton, GA in Cobb County. The cemetary is located on my parents property and since its such a hidden cemetery, I was wondering how you came to know about it and if you have any information on the cemetary and about the Combee family. I submitted the two photos that are available for 2 of the graves. I grew up with that tiny family cemetary and I know nothing about the history of the family or about the location of that family plot. Would love to know of any information that you might have. Thanks so much.
Thank you for transferring the Trout memorials to me. I came from a large family and it is good to see everyone being linked back together.
|Connie Pannell||Sallie Trout|
I have requested that Sallie's parents, J.D. and Roxie Bell Trout, be added to her memorial.
|Connie Pannell||Roxie Bell Trout|
Roxie Bell Trout was my Great-great grandmother. I have requested that her husband J.D. Trout be added to her memorial. I am in the process of getting her children added to the memorial too. Thankyou.
|Ed Moore||memorial #24647106 T.J.Lecroy|
T. J. Lecroy was Tabitha Jane, the daughter of William H. Brewer(1811-?) and Cynthia nee Owen(1812-?) of South Carolina. Her husband was George Thomas LeCroy(30 Nov 1847-12 Oct 1918).
Added by Ed Moore on May 15, 2014 4:29 AM
|Jim Conway||Leonard Seay|
When Leonard (71773959) Sea was born his mother
was unmarried. She later married a fellow by the name of John Griffin. Her name is Susannah Sea Griffin (120527304). She is buried on private property located in Clark County, Illinois. She is buried next to a son, Austen Griffin. I would appreciate you linking Leonard Seay with Susannah
Seay Griffin since she is linked to her father and this would show the Seay family for about 200 years.
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