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I enjoy doing family research occasionally when time permits. |
The family surnames I mainly research are:
I will not bother telling you what lines my wife researches because I probably would run out of room to list them all.
Headstone Photos that I have taken that are COPIED, please include the acknowledgment [Find A Grave Photo by JayCo_Kid]if used elsewhere on the internet.
I am glad to be part of the Find A Community. It has been a great resource for family researching.
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|Linda (Duncan) & Travis||Sarah Pickering|
Thank you so very much for adding the information we sent you. We appreciate it so much.
Linda (Duncan) and Travis
|Coralie||Hi Sylvia and Gary|
I am so sorry - I don't think that I have replied to your posting from 2015. I am usually very prompt in responses. I will have to keep my eyes open in the future.
Thanks to Gary and his memorial entries, it has given a lot of closure and I have learnt so much.
I wish you and the children well and will keep in touch.
Added by Coralie on Sep 29, 2016 6:07 PM
|Jerry M Weikle||Poorhouse Almshouse Farm Cemetery|
I was reading the description of the possible location of the Poorhouse Farm Cemetery, along Second Creek, Monroe County, and decided to do some research. I've added a few records of individuals that were staying at the Almshouse, as you can check and see. I too, am looking into the Dunsmores who had lived in Monroe County, because they connect to the Carter lineage, which by marriage to a Wykle. As I was reading the description, I decided to look at topographical maps and followed Second Creek from the Greenbrier River all the way up to Gap Mountain. There were two cemeteries along Second Creek, one a short distance from Second Creek the village, on the left hand side of the creek. I dismissed that being the cemetery. However, the other, is near the headwaters of Second Creek, close to Gap Mills, and on Gap Mountain. Which closely indicates the description of the Poorhouse Farm Cemetery, that you provided as a location. My Grandparents were from Monroe, over near the small community of Sarton, up on the Knobs road. I hope this is helpful. As I modified a PLOT with GPS corridinates, so a map can be added to the descriptive entry of the Poorhouse Farm Cemetery. The cemetery on a topographical map, is off of the road going to Moncove Lake, up on a hill side. I will double check with some cousins who live in the area and are more familiar with Gap Mills
|Jerry M Weikle||Poorhouse Almshouse|
Hi Gary and Sylvia,
Great to see you on FindAGrave which is a brilliant vehicle for meeting distant relatives. Sorry for delay in replying as we were overseas ... not as far as Texas :). Will keep in touch and happy "digging" for lost relatives.
Added by Coralie on Oct 29, 2015 9:14 PM
|Shirley Hackett||RE: Thank You|
Re the photos..no problem.
|Richard Weston||RE: Tombstone Photo|
You can use the photo for Stanley McCargar and any other you may come across.
|Cindy Lovell & Steve Hols||RE: Clyde-Edna McCargar Headstone|
Sorry so long getting back to you.
Feel free to use the photos. If it works where you can do it, please mention that the photos were found at Find A Grave. The thought here is that the more people we make aware of the site the more people may contribute data and photos to the site.
Thanks for contacting us.
|Robin Pewtress||William Dailey|
Thank you for the transfer of my 4g grandfather, William Dailey who served in the Civil War.
Thank you for the transfer of the Dahms.
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