Bob Carter

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14 years · 7 months · 29 days
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Easy References:
Births/deaths/marriages-https://familysearch.org/search
DOB calculator-http://www.longislandgenealogy.com/birth.html
Names of old state roads in NC-https://apps.ncdot.gov/srlookup/

REMEMBER - check to see if a burial is already posted. We all make mistakes, but PLEASE delete duplicates when notified, or send note to FAG at edit@findagrave.com and ask them to merge your data to the original one.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs#141

Remember, not all counties (or states) existed in the time frames in which you post a birth, marriage, or death - check out NC counties formation:

http://digital.ncdcr.gov/cdm/ref/collection/p16062coll9/id/290103

Remember this on FAG births/deaths/marriages:

- Surry County didn't exist until 1771 (created from Rowan County and Washington territory in TN)
- Stokes County didn't exist until 1789 (created from Surry)
- Yadkin County didn't exist until Dec 1850 (created from Surry)
- Forsyth County didn't exist until 1849 (created from Stokes)

If you take photos (and physically able), please remove grass or soil covering graves. If it was your ancestor, wouldn't you want the same courtesy? And "PLEASE" don't include your shadow/feet in the photo.

Primary maternal ancestors in Surry County were PATTERSON and WHITAKER. Other lines include CRISSMAN, RING, LOGAN, EVANS, MAINARD, FULK, REDMAN, and HAYMORE.

Earliest paternal ancestors in Chatham County, GA - Benjamin Carter (b. abt 1828, d. 1862 believed buried at Ft. Pulaksi) and Mary Tillman (b. abt 1837 and d. aft 1870). Other lines are WELLS, GROOVER (GRUBER), MOBLEY, PRICE, and ROBINSON.

If my burials are more directly related to you, I'll transfer ONLY if you prove relationship. There's one or two FAG members who seem to be related to everyone, so be careful of memorials you transfer.

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