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|Tom Honeycutt (#47092575)|
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I have been researching my genealogy since 1979, mostly in central North Carolina. Most of the memorials I have entered are for deceased family members and I have visited and documented most of these graves. Some surnames I am researching are Honeycutt, Smith, Yarbrough, McCorkle, Boles, Rich, Epps, Morris, Edwards, Poston, Myers, Southern, Allen, Shepard, and Jordan. If you find we share a relative here, please leave a comment or send an email. You are free to use any of my photos in your genealogy work as long as you list me as your source.|
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|Zelda Capehart||Anna Barbara Albrecht Foust|
May I used your photo in the Foust family history that I'm doing for my daughter-in-law, Sherry Foust Capehart. Thank you!
|Rich Johnston||Mary Jane Honeycutt Johnston|
Tom- Thanks so much for sharing the tin type photo of Mary Jane Honeycutt Johnston. She was my Great Great Grandmother. I am descended from her son Zebulin Vance Johnston. By blood or marriage I'm related to a majority of the families buried at New Salem. You don't happen to know where the Johnston farm in Elmwood was?
|pallred||RE: Chesley M. Smith|
My information came from Volume II of the book Montgomery County Heritage. This information was submitted by their adult children Lucille Smith Story and Uluess Graham Smith.
I plan on going to the Register of Deeds office next week and will verify this information if I can locate the appropriate birth, marriage, and/or death certificates.
If I can help in any way please let me know.
Added by pallred on Feb 28, 2015 5:19 AM
|Bill Lollar||RE: Honeycutts at Mt. Zion Baptists|
It was a privilege to take these photos for the Honeycutt family. I made a special trip to Columbus from Pensacola to take photos of my ancestors at Beersheba and Mount Zion cemeteries. There were SO many graves that have not yet been photographed.
Correction, Zemery is buried in an unmarked grave new Mt Carmel, thanks.
Added by DH on Jan 25, 2014 10:41 AM
My father Kenneth Houston Epps was from Troy, North Carolina, his parents were Zemery Epps and Maudie Shaw Epps. My parents are both buried at Cumberland Memorial Gardens in Fayetteville, NC. From what I've been told Zemery is buried in an unmarked grave near Mount Gilead and Maudie is buried in Troy. Hope you can add this information, thanks.
Added by DH on Jan 25, 2014 10:21 AM
|Brad||RE: Ruby Epps Williams|
Added by Brad on Dec 19, 2013 7:40 AM
|Vickie Oates Woods🐱||Margaret Honeycutt|
I gladly transferred your Mother to you. Thank you for sending me the message. Family should always be with family.
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer|
Hello again Tom,
Thank you so very much for your generosity in transferring Lucinda Westmoreland Perrel to my care. I have now successfully gathered her into my little basket of family members.
Your willingness to share is so appreciated, you can't know what a terrible time I am having with regards to this side of my family. There is one "contributor" who must believe that a large number of memorials is more important than letting them be placed with descendants. I do not feel that noting of two years only dates constitutes a memorial. For that reason I spend a lot of time trying to be as informative as i possibly can. It is with help from people such as yourself.
With regards and sincerest thanks,
|anonymous 2||John Littleton|
Thank you for the added information for this memorial. I also linked him to his wife. Have a wonderful day! Sarah
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