|Anna Jones (#47100826)|
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|Paul Everitt||RE: James Joseph Cummings|
You are quite welcome. Glad to help. There may be one of the smaller, concrete temporary style markers under the sod but this cemetery's policy is to not uncover them. Sorry for that.
|macso||RE: Grave Site Photo|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Mar 09, 2015 12:17 PM
Thank you for the photo of the Hutzler grave. Wondering if it was the only Hutzler grave there? Searching for the Hutzler family of Frederick County, Virginia.
Added by Heidi on Apr 20, 2011 11:45 AM
|JIM BRANNON||RE: Brannon Family|
I'm sorry for not answering sooner. I just found your message on Find A Grave.
I don't have any information on the names you mentioned. My line starts with William A. Brannon and Mary P. Paine (Payne)from the Washington, DC and Alexandria, VA area. They came into what is now Calhoun County, WV about 1810. I believe that William's parents were Thomas & Elizabeth Brannon.
Another line of Brannon's settled in the Berkeley County, WV area during the same time. I have no information on that line.
We have a Brannon Reunion near Spencer, WV. This year it is on July 4th and you are invited. If you are let me know and I'll send directions.
|Care Givers||George Swhier, Jr.|
Thank you for the tombstone photo of George Swhier Jr.
|Care Givers||Elizabeth Swhier Photo|
Anna thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the tombstone of Elizabeth Swhier.
|JIM BRANNON||Brannon Family|
Sorry, I don't have any info on the names you mentioned. My research indicates that my Brannon ancestors were from Ireland and came to the US in the mid to late 18th century and settled in what became Washington, DC. I don't have the names of the original immigrants. My GGG Grandfather was William A. Brannon, born ca 1765, in Georgetown, MD. He had several sibilings, I believe are Hannibal, Thomas P., Hedrick, John, Hugh, Jacob and Jesse. Some came into what became central West Virginia in the early 1800's.