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jillc120 (#48367072)
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RE: Ella Lewis
You're so welcome!
Added by jc~roadrunner on Jun 27, 2017 6:54 AM
Family Forever
Marion Dickerson
I transferred his entry to you.
Added by Family Forever on Jun 24, 2017 9:59 PM
Ronny Ferrell
Thank You
Thank you so much for adding the photo for Thelma Ferrell Johnson. I greatly appreciate all your time, help and generosity!
Added by Ronny Ferrell on Nov 27, 2016 8:07 AM
James Myers
Bill Atkins
Have deleted my memorial please add my bio to yours. thanks James Myers
Added by James Myers on Sep 20, 2015 11:58 AM
dm wms
RE: James Atkins 74842984
I am happy to transfer to your caretaking. I am not related, created the memorial from the article. Thanks for claiming him.
Added by dm wms on Aug 25, 2014 1:24 PM
At The Beginning
RE: Atkins
There may be some records that still exist for the unmarked graves, I am not sure, but I hope there are somewhere.

The first documented internments were around the year 1829, but who knows, other information may be found someday to add to the history. It is nearly a two hundred year old cemetery.

The fall is the best time to visit up there! The trees and bushes have changed with the season, giving way to a lot more visibility within the woods. It is also not as hot, obviously, and the wildlife activity has changed, as well.

The cemetery is still used periodically, one can kind of see the rift between the generations of burials there.

I hope you enjoy your visit to the county, and if I find out anything else, I will let you know.

Added by At The Beginning on Aug 20, 2014 3:06 PM
At The Beginning
RE: Annie H Dickerson

I will give you all of the information I can regarding your questions.

At this time, no headstone for Annie, William, or James has been found in Wallsend, that I am aware.

Annie and William are only mentioned in one, or maybe a couple, of internment lists I have ever seen for Wallsend. They are both stated as unmarked in the pertaining cemetery records.

I had no idea about James until someone had posted the newspaper article for him and created a memorial. I assume the article was mentioning him as the son of William. I do not know if his grave is unmarked, he was never mentioned in the records I saw.

Wallsend is a very old cemetery on the top of a mountain with graves scattered everywhere through the woodland.

I have actually, despite all efforts, not seen half of the internments listed on cemetery records where there.

Nevertheless, I will keep looking there and if I find anything for them, I will let you know.

I will also transfer the memorials to you.

Added by At The Beginning on Aug 18, 2014 3:47 PM
Justin Cosby
RE: Fred C. Jones
Please email me, that would be a better form of communication haha. My email address is

Added by Justin Cosby on Mar 25, 2014 8:04 PM
Justin Cosby
RE: Fred C. Jones
Yes, I'm related to Fred. Thank you for posting the picture. I was around Fred a lot growing up. If you know Bill Elam, he's my papaw.

All the best,
Justin Cosby
Added by Justin Cosby on Mar 16, 2014 12:07 PM
Sharon Gallagher Smith
Margaret Davidson
Hi, I haven't been doing much on here latelly. Just wanted to let you know that I will look at my file in a few days. I didn't forget you! I will tell you what I find.
Thanks, Sharon
Added by Sharon Gallagher Smith on Mar 14, 2014 6:06 PM
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