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|Sharon McGowan Brannon (#47061737)|
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I am from Marietta, GA. My research interests are: HARKINS in NC & GA; STAMEY in NC; MOORE in NC; McGOWAN in PA & NC; DUNKLE in PA. I have been researching my family lines for 4 years and would be happy to work with anyone connected.|
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|Kate Kretchmer||Betty Jean Stamey|
Thank you for the correction. I've added your obituary.
I don't know how George Dunkle Jr. ended up as her husband. I am a relative and know the relationship. Sometimes things and up in a wrong space accidentally. I would not have added George senior as her husband either as they were never married. Glad you picked it up.
Added by Kat on Oct 04, 2016 4:48 PM
Here is what I know.
This following info is from Roxbury Cemetery Records. The info I have is as much as is given in the record.
Clara A. McGowan died April 15, 1886 parents are William & ELizabeth ( ) McGowan, aged 37 at time of death.
John McGowan no dates Co I, 201st Pa Inf. GAR Marker, no dates or age given
William McGowan April 19, 1819- Aug 18, 1903 b: April 19, 1819 -Aug 18, 1903
Elizabeth d: Dec 28, 1893, she was aged 70 years at death.
All 3 are buried in Roxbury Cemetery
The information given on Johns' memorial page on Find A Grave is from a professional Civil War Historian. I had no interest in debating with him when he ask me to post the info he gave me regarding Johns memorial. He spends his time researching all CW Soldiers and asking owners to update the memorials for him.
I can try to put the names McGowans on my list when I go to Chbg and see if I can find any thing else on them. I can't promise though exactly when that might be. Could be tomorrow and maybe not till next month. If you would like to communicate via regular email that would be great.
|Valissa McWhorter ||Aunt Belle|
My grandmother was Kate McGowan Albertson. I've been searching,trying to found out my grandmothers history.. I know very little.. I remember my father speaking of Aunt Rosabelle "Belle". The only information I have is my great grandfather was Charles and his wife Annie or "lil grandma" I just seek who I am. Please help me if possible.
|Michelle Woodham||Nellie Peebles|
Thank you!! Her photo has been added!
|Martha McCracken||Neal Crawford|
I am the historian at Oak Grove Baptist Church in Canton, NC, of which Neal was a member. As a member of the community and church, I remember him shouting and singing. Also, I remember him at the altar when I was saved.
Our church is doing a history book and I would love to have a picture of Neal to go in it. Do you have a picture or know of someone that I could get one from?
I would appreciate any information that you could share with me.
|Michael||RE: Crown Hill Cemetery photo requests|
Sorry for the very late reply on your requests. Due to lack of time and so many requests it is hard to complete them all in a timely basis. Also I have been off line for a very long time due to personal reasons.
Thank you for the information for Kenrick Stamey, Ingar Stamey and Mary Gulyas. I have added it to their memorials and a photo of their grave markers.
You noted in your edit that Ingar's parents were Oscar & Millie E De La Gardie. They are also buried at Crown Hill with other family members. The other family members are
Everyone is in a family plot. They are:
1. Oscar A. G. De-La-Gardie (1864 – 1968)
2. Mellie F. De-La-Gardie (1868 – 1932)
3. Oscar De-La-Gardie Jr.(1902 – 1929)
4. Joyce De-La-Gardie (1896 – 1966)
5. Dician M. De-La-Gardie (1904-1954)
6. Ingar M. (De-La-Gardie) Stamey (1894 – 1973)
7. Kendrick C. Stamey (1895-1967)
8. Mary Jane (Stamey) Gulyas (1926 – 1995)
Added by Michael on Feb 09, 2014 4:49 PM
|David T Gibson||Edward Bryan Gibson, Sr|
Yes, you are correct about the photo of Edward, Pauline, Edward, Jr, and James Larry. Edward Sr was my grandfather, who went by "Ed". Please check out additional information on Pauline #83355836. I hope you have seen the photos for Charles Marion Harkins #72916546 that I added. The family photo at top is Charles and Lillie and 5/6 children (l-r kids are Ed, Don, Pauline, Bell, and Vin) taken in 1906 at Railroad Section House in Canton. I have many additional family photos that you might be interested in, including Charles's father Big Dave, Charles's brothers Tom, David, Lloyd, Hershel, and Harley, and even one of Big Dave's mother Nancy Taylor Harkins. Also one of Aunt Effie and Grover Moore with Charles and Lillie. You should email me so that I can send you photos, and perhaps we could meet sometime. Thanks, David
|Lisa King||Charles Crawford|
Sharon, I deeply apologize for the delay in transferring Charlie's site to you. I thought I had already done it. Been very busy at my job and I guess I overlooked it. I have transferred it to you today. Please note it will be 20 years this coming Monday that he passed away. Take care.
|Robert C. Peurifoy||Moore's of NC|
While looking at something else saw you were related to the Moore's in NC. Is this the Moore's of Stanly County? Just interested as my Grandmother was a Moore from Norwood. Her mother was a Bunn, but I've not followed that line in my tree very far up. Still need to climb it someday.
Robert C. Peurifoy
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