|Joyce Rye Kasberg||RE: Martha Ellen Ritter|
This Martha Ritter Jeffreys is only related to me by marriage. I'm sorry I do not know any information about a twin sister. I see "First Families of America" has listed in the bio of William Ritter that Margaret is possibly a twin to Martha. You might try contacting this person, they might could shed some light on this twin.
|Katie Lou||RE: Margaret Henon|
no, not related.
|Kim Johnson||RE: William Early Pickle|
Hi, Anne. I'm not related to the Pickle family. I'm a member of the church that William Early Pickle is buried in. My family has been a part of that church for at least 5 generations, and while I was doing some research on my family I decided to try to update the whole cemetery's Find A Grave page. I would be happy to add his first born. Does he already have a Find A Grave page? Do you know where he is buried? -Kim
|Frances Allen Titsworth||RE: Anna Griffith|
Well, I don't know the family, I just photographed the cemetery. But I did find on Ancestry.com that her husband was Christopher Marion Griffith. I linked them together. Her father was William Bethel Vest and her mother was Caroline Griffith. If you need anymore information like the names of her children, I can give you that, too.
|Jay McCaddin||RE: Thornwell Fay Crank|
It was my pleasure,he served his country.
No. I am not related or connected at all. I have just been working on trying to complete the cemeteries in the area. I will transfer to you.
|wareagle01||RE: William Tracy|
I can transfer his memorial to you if you want and you can make the changes that you have.
All the info that I have is what is on his marker and is says 1889.
|Jeanne Dexter||RE: Catherine O'Neal|
Sorry, but there were no Trapps at the Dick Duck Cemetery. Could she be buried elsewhere?
|Lynn Brooks Ellis||RE: Crank graves in Masonic Cemetery|
Wow! Just in the nick of time. So glad I could help.
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