|Amanda Whittingham (#47052658)|
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I have been doing my family tree for years.|
Since I have been on here I have located a lot of my family. I want to Thank all the people that has helped me. Hopefully, I can pass it on.
Thompson and Austin from Stanly County area
Smith and Morgan from Oklahoma area
Burke and Whittingham from Michigan area
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|Robert Fish||floyd morgan parents|
i personally list his parents as Will and Elizabeth Ann Loucks
|Rick and Kathy Wright||RE: Tiffany Rene Parris|
I think I remember how to do it. I'll give it a shot this weekend.
|Teresa Williams||RE: Jackie Parris|
Thank you. I did find out that Jackie passed away. He was living in Florida at the time of his death and his obituary was limited and said the funeral service would be private. I will try to put out as much information as I can find. Thanks for the reminder.
|Rich Kreiss||RE: Lilla Peeler #100707556|
It's done, Amanda. In the future, please use the EDIT tab at the top of the memorial to request links, corrections, etc. It's faster than typing out the info and ensures the proper memorial is updated. Thanks!
|Polly Fry Hagerman||RE: Altha Morton (Poplin)|
Be glad to link her to her mother. Could you provide Altha's memorial number. Polly.
|Tavenner||Thomas Jarrett Austin (1853-1913)|
I just saw your note, and transferred Thomas Jarrett Austin's memorial page over to you.
I found him while looking for some Carter and Morris family members in the Old Thompson Farm Family Cemetery (aka; Thompson Family Cemetery).
If you search on Ancestry.com (under T.J. Austin: 19 Dec 1853 Stanly, NC - 21 Apr 1913 Stanly, NC) you'll see that member "CBryon" has taken a headstone photo and added it to his tree called "Carter Family Tree." He photographed several of the headstones at the cemetery, and he also has a family photo of their child Lilla posted.
I have not found his wife (Priscilla Elizabeth "Prissey" Layton) headstone yet. I found a note on someone's tree that states she buried in a "Family Cemetery" which could mean it was also there and has disappeared over time, or it could be a Layton family cemetery some where else?
The Stanly County book "These Hallowed Grounds" lists (pg 153) that the Thompson Family Cemetery had 24 marked stones and 42 unmarked stones (surveyed in Mar 2004). T.J Austin is listed there with the birth and death dates. Priscilla Layton is not listed.
Added by Tavenner on Oct 31, 2012 5:14 PM
|Jane Whitley||RE: Alexander Thomas|
Thank you Amanda.
I have replied via email.
|Anna||RE: Juanita Smith Copeland|
Unfortunately,I don't have any additional information.
Added by Anna on Oct 21, 2012 9:50 PM
|William Poplin||William Wayne Rogers|
For William Wayne Rogers, I have a head stone that I labeled "Rogers, William Wayne and Allene Sells Rogers.
Please look at # 61950626
So, I assume they were husband and wife.
I hope this helps.
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