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Kelly Jane O (#46850092)
 member for 9 years, 5 months
Patti Yourko Burns
RE: Milledge Eldridge Tucker
I have removed the obituary. Since you own this memorial I cannot make any corrections dealing with family connections.

Added by Patti Yourko Burns on Nov 19, 2015 7:37 PM

Gail and Scott Hannah
RE: Moon
That I am not sure about. I had not researched any Moon lines. My great aunt Ollie Belle Almand was daughter of Louis Anderson Almand and Nancy Annie Sanders Almand. The Moons and Sanders are linked. Check out James Moon Cemetery in (Elbert Co. - I think). More later. Having a few health issues and can't dig right now. gail

Added by Gail and Scott Hannah on Nov 15, 2015 5:55 PM

Gail and Scott Hannah
I have found a studio photo of my great aunt Josie Frances Almand (Chandler) and Anne Sue Moon. Josie is listed as eleven. Do you have copy of this? Any interest in a scanned copy? gail

Added by Gail and Scott Hannah on Nov 10, 2015 11:14 PM

Record Hunter
Need a little help
Hello again Kelly O. I have tried to send you several edits but there is a reCAPTCHA at the bottom that won't let me send it. Do you know what this is? Let me know, Regards.

Added by Record Hunter on Nov 08, 2015 3:21 AM

Record Hunter
Need a little help
I have tried to send you several edits but there is a reCAPTCHA

Added by Record Hunter on Nov 08, 2015 3:19 AM

J. B Hughes Jr
Would you please link J B Hughes, Jr #63663581 with his parents: James B Hughes #88460864 and Minnie Wilson Hughes #88460843

Added by Patsy on Nov 07, 2015 9:07 PM

Deborah Paula Stephens
I have sent you requests for transferring my cousin Deborah Paula Stephens memorial to me. I would like to get her memorial transferred to me so I can add info and photos. Can you please transfer her memorial to me ? I would like to get her family info finished.

Added by Sheryl on Nov 07, 2015 10:39 AM

Kathy D
Memorial #40132954 Eliza Goforth Brackett
The obituary/death notice for Eliza says she died in St. Petersburg and lived in Landrum for many years.

Find A Grave shows she died in Landrum, Spartanburg, SC - where she is buried.

If the obit is correct as to her place of death, could you please correct it?

Thank you,


Added by Kathy D on Oct 25, 2015 6:56 AM

RE: Deborah Paula Stephens Memorial
A couple of photos and some family info, mostly. Are you related to her ? I have thought back to family visits, and your name doesn't sound familiar. Are you related to Uncle Luther's (her Dad) side of the family ? I didn't get to meet any of his relatives. Thanks and have a wonderful day !


Added by Sheryl on Oct 23, 2015 1:41 PM

Valerie Creel
Lula Burrell-Bethel Baptist Church -Campibelli ,S.C.
Thank you for the Transfer of my Grandmother Lula Burrell.This means so much to me.I appreciate all the research you have done.Have a great day!❤️

Added by Valerie Creel on Oct 13, 2015 8:08 PM

Keitha Jenkins Kirk
RE: Monroe Grady West
Kelly, thank you for the added touch. I truly appreciate that. :)

Added by Keitha Jenkins Kirk on Oct 09, 2015 6:25 PM

Barbara Loftis Martin
Mountain Hill Baptist Church Cemetery
Do you know if there is a headstone for Cecil Genell Loftis in this cemetery. This is my mom's sister that died about age 10. Thank you. Barbara Loftis Martin.

Added by Barbara Loftis Martin on Oct 03, 2015 8:08 PM

Winnie Gilreath Westbury
Capt Edwin INGRAM 1843 obit
Thank you for posting the obituary: I tried to transcribe it; but, still struggling with some words.

12 [Jun? 1843], died:
A Man? of the Revolution.
Died in Montgomery county, NC, on the 12th indstant, in the 93d yr of his age,
Capt Edwin INGRAM,
a soldier of the Revolution.
Few persons lived more beloved or died more lamented than the subject of this notice.
Devoted to all the duties of life
--a ideal husband, and affectionate father, a benevolent neighbor
--love of country was his ruling passion;
and next to the ferver of that piety that glowed in his heart was the order of that patriotism which constantly burnt in his bosom.
His service to his country during the Revolution were of the most efficient character.
At an early period of the struggle, he voluntarily left a home blessed with every comfort that heart could desire, and, tearing himself from the c...of the most um...and accomplished companion, went forth the brave the hardships of "the tented field."
At first he enlisted as a common soldier, but soon rose to the rank of Captain, which he filled with distinguished ability.
He was in the regular army but a short time, for the action of country in which he resided was constantly filled with Tories, and to their subjugation his forts? were contherd? Many were the families in the western part of the State who regarded him as the vigilant protector of their property, and the guardian angle of the firesides.
He served under Gen. MARION, and was on his way with him to join GATES when they heard of that officer's defeat at Camden.
Kind in all the relations of life, neither the losanguiscal? field of mortal strife nor the savage cruelties of Tory warfare could chill the sympathies of his nature? or contract the benovolence of his heart.
After the eulobrated Flora McDONALD had been plundered of her property in the neighborhood of Fayetteville, she removed to Mountain Creek in Richmond county. The subject of this notice gave her such aid as was in his power, furnished her with a horse, and naibied? her to Charleston; whence she departed for Scotland.
For sousn thau abuact men to be war, she vrestoern part of the State was infusted with a clae of peruns, who setting the civil authorities at defiance, plundered the wixah and unprotected with impunity; nor, indeed, were the possessions of the most powerful at all secure against the malnudations of their daring villaicy. To the extermination of these lawless depredatros etc, INGRAM devoted several years of his life, as well as the greater part of his property.
For his services the Legislature voted him a gratuity of five hundred pounds, which, on accounty of the embarrassed condition of the State, he refused to accept.
His life was a continued secxe? of patriotic exertion for his county, and active benevolence for his fellow men.
[Greenville Mountaineer (Greenville SC), Issue of Friday, 23 Jun 1843; column C]
Find A Grave Memorial# 83782239

Any assistance will be appreciated.

Added by Winnie Gilreath Westbury on Sep 25, 2015 7:26 AM

Kelly, did I answer your question about Nimrod Mitchell? I was looking through my public messages and I am not sure. If I did not, please feel free to ask again.
Olva, DAR Chief Colbert

Added by Olva on Sep 21, 2015 3:45 PM

holly k
thank you so much for your speedy edit. it really helps. are you related? i am trying to piece together the family and do all the updates from a family book. the grandson recently passed. holly

Added by holly k on Sep 19, 2015 11:15 AM

Gloria Lowrey
Thank You
Thanks for bringing to my attention that John Woodall's headstone lists his military unit. I have added the information to his bio.

Added by Gloria Lowrey on Sep 13, 2015 3:13 PM

Barbara Spicer
George Washington Warren
I am researching Warren. My grandfather William Washington Warren was George W. Warren son. Have difficulty finding information on George. I was born Gaffney SC and now live in California. 7545 Hartley Rd. Vacaville 95688. Would be so grateful for any info.

Added by Barbara Spicer on Sep 07, 2015 10:19 AM

Nolen Brunson
RE: Richard Lanford
Could it be that the one in AL is the first wife and the one in SC the second?

Added by Nolen Brunson on Sep 07, 2015 7:31 AM

Nolen Brunson
Richard Lanford
Kelly Jane, do you think this Richard D. Lanford is the same as the Richard Lanford in #16034517?

Added by Nolen Brunson on Sep 06, 2015 7:25 PM

Joel Reese
Gaze, John Edward
I am trying to obtain a photograph of the tombstone of John Edward Gaze from the Tryon Cemetery. He died on March 17, 1937 in Tryon, Polk County, North Carolina. I am also interested in contacting descendants of John E. Gaze concerning the Bostian Bridge train wreck of 1891. Joel Reese,

Added by Joel Reese on Sep 01, 2015 12:44 PM

Joel Reese
Gaze, John Edward
I am trying to obtain a photograph of the tombstone of John Edward Gaze from the Tryon Cemetery. He died on March 17, 1937 in Tryon, Polk County, North Carolina. I am also interested in contacting descendants of John E. Gaze concerning the Bostian Bridge train wreck of 1891. Joel Reese,

Added by Joel Reese on Sep 01, 2015 12:28 PM

Rob Woods
Col John Walker
Could you provide more details/directions on the Walker Cemetery in Polk County NC. Col John Walker is buried there. I'm not from that area of the country and I'm having difficulty locating.

Thanks for you help.

Rob Woods

Added by Rob Woods on Aug 23, 2015 5:31 PM

Maredia Haddock
Info. Sorry
Sorry, Benjamin Perry is not linked to the Trammels and I had not read his obit. I really appreciate the info and added it to their memorial. Gave you credit. Let me know if you don't want your name on the memorial.

Added by Maredia Haddock on Aug 23, 2015 4:00 PM

Lorie Buck
J. R. Brazeal
May I use this picture on my site?
Thank you, Lorie

Added by Lorie Buck on Aug 23, 2015 5:26 AM

Kim Shelton
Zebulon Vance West Find A Grave Memorial# 42556908
Find A Grave Memorial# 42556908

I was hoping that you had information regarding this person. I believe that this is the son of Marshall Marcus D West and Mary E. Henderson. Dates seems to fit etc. and some of his uncles and Aunts are buried at Jones Cemetery in same area.

Added by Kim Shelton on Aug 19, 2015 11:37 AM


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