|Genealogy Hound (#48119556)|
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I have been studying my family history and interested in genealogy since 1990 at the age of 16. I still continue today to track those elusive family members any way possible. I have volunteered on other genealogy sites to conduct look ups and photographs but became inundated with requests, upwards two to three a day and with working two full time jobs could not keep up with the requests and had to discontinue that for now. I work all over Randolph Co which puts me around a lot of cemeteries through out the whole county. I am also in Davidson Co a lot, especially in the Thomasville, silver valley and Denton area and can get pictures there also. I am married and have two beautiful children, my wife loves to trek around old cemeteries and look at the stones just like me so we are a perfect match. If I have a memorial that is part of your family and would like it transfered, I will be more than happy to do so unless it is part of my tree also. Most of the ones I have entered are not part of my tree, they are just ones that I have come across while walking a cemetery and seeing that they needed to be added. I have added several full cemeteries also. If you would like a transfer of a memorial, just send the request and if not my family will get it done as quickly as possible.|
If anyone has family ties to Davidson County North Carolina, I highly encourage you to join the Genealogical Society of Davidson County as they put out a lot of information to their members through quaterly journals. Thier website is
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|Jim Hepler||Hepler Cemetery|
I am beyond happy to see these graves located. I am relatively sure they are the family of my third great grandfather, Christopher "Stophel" Hepler is buried here. I believe his death date should be 1841 instead of 1811. Would you contact me -- I'd love to know how to gain permission and access to this cemetery. Is it close to Emanuel Reformed Church (UCC) and Cemetery? Their land was originally in the Hepler family. My grandfather had the old E. H. Hepler store on old Route 109. I live in South Carolina.
|TCB||James Pugh (1810)|
Thank you so very much for the picture of this headstone. Also thank you for all you do. :-)
Added by TCB on Jan 22, 2016 8:00 AM
|Lanie||Flag Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery|
Thank you for adding the Williams family grave photos from Flag Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery. I really appreciate your doing so. I can't believe that you found the marker under that bush! Thank you for your efforts!!
Added by Lanie on Jun 18, 2015 6:18 PM
|Jerry and Roger||RE: Sampson Newsom Question|
Michael, thanks you for the email, I still have to look more on this line, I was working it outside my research on my family from the Cemetery Records but a family tree is what made me ? if there were three spouses. Thanks for reaching out, have a great summer. Jerry
|Chantal||Melissa C Lowdermilk Leach|
Hope you got the edit request for a Lowdermilk relative, adding her parents and name correction? Trying to reunite the many siblings through their parent links on Find A Grave. Thank you.
Added by Chantal on May 01, 2015 10:15 AM
|Mary Bilmanis||RE: Bell-Welborn Cemetery|
Thanks. That information would probably be helpful.
|Mary Bilmanis||Bell-Welborn Cemetery|
Thank you so much. My sister and I went out to that general area. We stopped and asked at the 311 and Branson Davis intersection. Several people offered suggestions and we did drive down Earl Johnson Rd. We apparently were so close! Again thank you. I'll try again.
|Mary Bilmanis||Bell Welborn Cemetery Randolph Co., NC|
Please help me locate this cemetery. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
|James Clark||James York|
He and many of his family are in the Davis Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery. Thank you again for your great work.
|James Clark||James S. York|
James York is my GG Grandfather. I tried to find his gravesite 5 years ago and had no luck. I wandered around in the same area for hours. Thank you for sticking with it!! And thank you for the excellent photographs of his marker.
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