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Ginger Clark (#47799038)
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Carol Gammon
#6685191 David Avery Moore
Thank you for your work! David Avery is my G.Grandfather & is buried with my family in Kendall (Glendale C.) Please complete listing Mary & his children as it is incomplete. George V. 1853-1927; Francis A. 1854-1912; Arabella Gertrude 1855-1928; John Springer 1858-1908; Harriet E. 1860-1936; Mary Edna 1862-1919; David Snowden 1866-1941;William Washburn 1869-1942; & my Grandmother: Sadie Alma 1875-1957. Note: There is only 1 Moore relative living in what was Harriet's (Hattie) farm-Debbie Wildes. I do visit with her when I'm there. This is where I grew up & call it my home. I think we must be related. Thanks again! Carol J. Gammon
Added by Carol Gammon on Jun 09, 2016 1:29 PM
Dan Franklin
RE: Willie Dee Barnett Fulcher
I have found several cases where a woman was divorced, but they listed her as a widow. That might have been because of the cultural attitudes towards divorce. Death was more acceptable than divorce.
Added by Dan Franklin on Jul 14, 2014 1:48 PM
Dan Franklin
RE: Willie Dee Barnett Fulcher
She was married to my wife's half-uncle - James E Sims.

I think they were divorced and she had a couple of other marriages.

My wife did see the children when she was younger, but has had no contact with them as an adult. My wife's father (Thomas Allen Brock) had a couple of school pictures of their children.

I know nothing about her step-father. I see a couple of records that could be him in Alabama, but not positive that those are him.

Dan

Added by Dan Franklin on Jul 14, 2014 12:29 PM
Terry Goodwin
RE: Silas Moore
You had also requested any nearby Moores. There is "Mr. Samuel Moore/ the eminent mathematician" (d.1810 AE75) and his wife Hannah (d.1805 AE65). These as well as Silas are buried in Center cemetery in Salisbury, not in Town Hill, Salisbury. I have sent corrections on the requests I have fulfilled. Let me know if you want these Moores.
Terry
Added by Terry Goodwin on Aug 05, 2012 11:28 AM
Yarbrough Hunter
RE: William E Moore Headstone
You are very welcome.

I did not ask specifically about his headstone, but it means he does not have the standard issue headstone. Apparently, someone purchased a headstone for him. If not family, then maybe the Masons? You can just see the standard stones in some of the pics. I couldn't find any other close ups of headstones for the section he is in (not that there aren't any, I just didn't find them) but you can search for William H. Bowers from the Beaufort National Cemetery Profile page. He is located in the section beside William E Moore and has a standard headstone.
Added by Yarbrough Hunter on Jul 31, 2012 4:01 AM
Bonnie Skiles Rost
Opal/Harold Brawner
Thank you Ginger for taking the time to photograph Opal and Howard graves. I certainly do appreciate it. Have a lovely week. Bonnie
Added by Bonnie Skiles Rost on Jun 18, 2012 4:33 PM
Geno-seeker
Cullen Photo
Thank you so much for taking the time to fulfill my request. I appreciate it very much!
Added by Geno-seeker on Jun 10, 2012 6:58 PM
Gendiva922
William and Effie Homburg
Thank you so much for taking the photo of the headstone for Wallace and Effie Homburg. I really appreciate it.
Added by Gendiva922 on Jun 06, 2012 4:28 PM
gene
Photo Request
Ginger Clark, Thank you very much for your photos of the Cowan family, for findagrave. This will complete my relatives photos. The Cowan children now live near Seattle, WA and they are now getting the personal pictures and biographies together They will be in Oklahoma the last week in July and I should be able to complete the work on this family site. I really do appreciate your help in this matter.

Claude Brooks
Added by gene on Jun 05, 2012 10:58 AM
A. Schrenk
RE: Gus G Griffith
Ginger: I would. Thanks very much! Gus Griffith and Josephine are my great, great grandparents.
Added by A. Schrenk on Jun 04, 2012 9:31 PM
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