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David Oxford (#46875582)
 member for 9 years, 2 months, 28 days
Karen Mickel Bennett
Nathaniel Cleaper
Thank you Dave for sending information for his memorial. I appreciate it very much. I'm in North Carolina quite a bit as my daughter and family moved there about 17 years ago. Love it there!

Karen Bennett

Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Feb 08, 2016 4:35 PM

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you Mr. Oxford, my Find A Grave friend! And also, I would truly be honored if you wished to start a Find A Grave Friends List, and added me to it! Take care sir, and please let me hear from you!

Added by KATHY on Dec 25, 2015 10:54 AM

Janet Hickman
William Peace
I just noticed that the obit had spelled his sister's last name wrong. It is Faires, not Farris. Could you change that? thank you.

Added by Janet Hickman on Dec 14, 2015 10:42 AM

Janet Hickman
William Peace
I am emailing you after I sent you an obit on him. I realize that I typed the wrong birth year. It was 1880, not 1890. thank you.

Added by Janet Hickman on Dec 14, 2015 8:11 AM

Jackie Rogers
Julia Harringer Oxford
You have the wrong maiden name. She married William Dotson Oxford Jr. on 15 Oct 1893 at Little twp., Caldwell Co., North Carolina. You are correct, I found no children either. Her parents were Sidney M. and Eliza Whitener.

Jackie Rogers, family genealogist
By the way, how did the Dotson name come into the family. My ex husband was a Dotson from Ohio origin. William Dotson Oxford Jr. is the husband of Amanda May Jane Reid, whom mother was Mary Isabel Sherrill (1855-1928), my grand aunt of husband of grand aunt.

Added by Jackie Rogers on Nov 01, 2015 1:09 PM

Diane Preston
RE: Re: John H. Smith
You are welcome! I am sorry that your friend passed.Diane

Added by Diane Preston on Oct 29, 2015 1:05 PM

Mike Huffstetler
RE: re: James Parris
You are welcome. It was a pleasure to fulfill your request

Added by Mike Huffstetler on Oct 10, 2015 8:17 AM

Wm&Marie Eckard
RE: Fred Richard Paisley
Thanks for the reply. I think I'll have some luck over time with a few other research options. A few years ago, I caught an ad in the local newspaper regarding a man who passed away and the VA was trying to find any member of his family. Evidently, the home he was in didn't have any one at all on record. However, I did find them for them. I had little to go on with that search, too. It may seem silly to some but I like to "return" pictures and original docs I find in frames; for some that may be the only tangible memorabilia they have for a family member. Again, thanks for replying. Keep up the GREAT work! Your posts are wonderful.

Added by Wm&Marie Eckard on Sep 21, 2015 2:52 PM

Wm&Marie Eckard
Fred Richard Paisley
Ref Finda-a-Grave reference # 72981067

Are you a member of the Paisley Family?

I've purchased an antique photo for the frame at an antique store in Forest City, NC. On the back mat of this baby's picture is some information but not enough for me to pinpoint a city. The photo's photographer's mat reads Smiths, Dayton, Ohio. I don't know if that means the pic was taken in Ohio or processed there and mailed off as there is a partial address on the back. The photo is in pristine condition and I'd like very much to send it to the proper Paisley family member. If you are a member of this family, I'll be happy to email you the info and email the pic for verification.

Added by Wm&Marie Eckard on Sep 20, 2015 6:46 PM


I am Elizabeth's son. You can give me control of the grave.

Added by DEP on Sep 18, 2015 9:38 AM

RE: re: Daniel Starr
I would prefer you transfer control to my son, but do not want to give his email address in a public messsage. I will ask him to write to you.

Thank you, Elizabeth

Added by Elizabeth on Sep 18, 2015 9:36 AM

Daniel Starr
Daniel Starr was the son of Abner Starr. I have the H.F. Starr Annie E. Young family Bible and information back to Hessen, Germany. Would be pleased to fill in gaps. Abner was married to Mary "Polly" Weitzel. Daniel was married to Sarah Minervah "Sally" Lowe. (I have Daniel's engraved death announcement that I was told was carried from house to house on a silver tray.) Why are you interested in the Starrs? My father is the last of his branch of the family with the family name. He had no brothers or sons.

Added by Elizabeth on Sep 18, 2015 6:13 AM

Randal Honeycutt
RE: Carl Swanson
Yes, that would be nice David.. I think my mother would like that too.. I appreciate you taking the time to set this up and we will be adding photos of him soon!!


Added by Randal Honeycutt on Aug 30, 2015 10:36 PM

RE: re: James Hoyt Long
James Hoyt Long was married to Nanette Connis Glass Long , Her firt husband was my Uncle Alex Myrick Glass .

Added by Buz on Jul 21, 2015 4:16 PM

Rachel McCulloch
RE: McAdoos at Green Hill
I'm not. I am doing some work for a client and I am trying to find some living family members.



Added by Rachel McCulloch on Jul 13, 2015 2:42 PM

Rachel McCulloch
Hi David,
I noticed that you added the McAdoo line to find a grave. I was wondering if you where connected to them?
If so can we talk?


Added by Rachel McCulloch on Jul 13, 2015 9:24 AM

Sandra Koors
RE: re: Nancy Payton

Stephen Peyton and Nancy Doughty married April 16, 1806,Nicholas,KY... also Nancy Peyton is mentioned in her father's Thomas Doughty Land Division, 1834,Nicholas,KY. The Peyton's came from North Carolina through VA where the Doughty's were. The Ellis,Peyton,Doughty's all came through to Nicholas,KY

Added by Sandra Koors on Jul 06, 2015 2:10 PM

RE: re: Walter E. O'Brien, Sr.
So welcome.

Added by Gaither on Jul 03, 2015 8:48 PM

RE: re: Montie Williams McIntosh
Thank you, Mr. Oxford! In research that I did today, my memory was jogged, and I recalled more sisters, and a brother, too. There is actually a book written on those Williamses, and you could also refer to At any rate, there was Evander, Montie, Mintie (not twins!), Maggie Mae, Fuller, Mary Ella, and a toddler who died at the age of 2. Big family--wow!

Thank you again,


Added by KGroomsNC on Jun 29, 2015 12:52 AM

A Horan
RE: Re: Roman Benavene
You're welcome for the photos, David. Thank you for your kind message!

Added by A Horan on Jun 15, 2015 7:01 PM

Ken T
RE: re: E.A. Cornish
You're very welcome.

Added by Ken T on Jun 14, 2015 6:57 AM

John William & Cheryl (Colomb) De Ronde
RE: re: My Earlier on B. Moore Photo
NP David. Funny that you relate to my past sort of. I remember vividly spending an evening in a laundromat one night in the early 70's, must have been January or February, feeding dimes in the gas dryer to keep the place warm while my sneakers tumbled around. A buddy of mine and I had decided one day to hitchhike from Des Moines, Iowa to the French lick in Indiana to see a friend of ours. On the way back we got a ride from a man who took us to a McDonalds in Terra Haute and gave us ten bucks to buy us a meal. The next day another ride (still in Indiana) asked I f we minded a fast ride. NP I said as he slammed the pedal to the floor. We were flying!!!!!!!!!!!! We moved to NC about three years ago from Miami. I think we're going back.

Added by John William & Cheryl (Co... on Jun 10, 2015 7:10 PM

Bob Wilson
RE: re: Warner Completions
Also, if you would like some help in tracking down other data here in this part of Oregon, I might be able to help -- I'm pretty familiar with the available resources here.

Added by Bob Wilson on May 26, 2015 11:23 AM

Bob Wilson
RE: re: Warner Completions
I'm glad I was able to help!

If you figure out hoe Lewis Warner is connected, please let me know. Also, if you locate a burial for Jabez Warner, I'd love to link Elizabeth to him, or that could also be done from the other end.

Have a great week!

Added by Bob Wilson on May 26, 2015 11:20 AM

Bob Wilson
RE: re: Warner Requests
I have uploaded photos for those that I had; the other ones that you have requested were not found on my trip to the cemetery in 2012. The fact that Harvey & Wilbur were in the WPA listing indicates that they had gravestones at that time, although the cemetery has been vandalized in addition to being severely neglected -- meaning that their gravestones may no longer even be there.

It would take a crew of a dozen or more working for a couple of weeks to refurbish the cemetery, and there is no way that the rancher would allow that. So for now, "It is what it is. . . ."

Added by Bob Wilson on May 26, 2015 1:06 AM


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