|Judy Kilgore||Transfer of Nathan Fowler|
Thank you for transferring Nathan to me. You are very kind.
Added by Judy Kilgore on Dec 09, 2016 3:49 PM
|Judy Kilgore||Nathan Fowler's wives|
Carol, I am Judy Fowler Kilgore and Nathan Fowler is my 3rd great grandfather. He married first Elizabeth Peppers and second (Mrs,) Sarah Johnson. If you could flip those around, I'd appreciate it.
Also, if you have been to the site (it's under the asphalt) is there any kind of sign or marker designating that a cemetery is there? It's at the intersection of Grayson Parkway and Pinehurst Road. I understood it was called the Fowler-Gresham Cemetery.
Added by Judy Kilgore on Dec 08, 2016 9:07 PM
|Roberta Feild Bailey||Charles Polk and wife Martha Hicks James Polk|
Carol, Can you please let me know your source for burial of Charles and his wife ? I see you have one child listed for them which was Mary E. Polk Hunt.They had other children. One of them was my Grt. Grandmother Frances Polk that married Judge Drury Feild.There was also about 5 other children.The only source I have found is The Polks of North Carolina and Tennessee. If you have another source please let me know. Thanks in advance,Roberta Feild Bailey
Added by Roberta Feild Bailey on Dec 06, 2016 10:24 AM
|Robert Cooper||RE: Sarah Wyatt Cate|
Thank you for responding. I appreciate that very much. Sarah Wyatt would be my 6th great-grandmother. I've never found any evidence that she actually existed, or that she was a descendant of Conquest Wyatt Sr. Do you have any? All of my research shows that if she exists and is the daughter of Conquest Wyatt then she's a descendant of Reverend Haute Wyatt who arrived in Jamestown, VA in 1621.
Added by Robert Cooper on Dec 06, 2016 7:28 AM
|Robert Cooper||Sarah Wyatt Cate|
I'm a relative of Sarah Wyatt Cate, married 1734 to Richard Cate. I presume we're related. Would you please send any info re Sarah Wyatt Cate that you could? I'm having trouble verifying that she actually existed, and my info shows that she's daughter of Conquest Wyatt who is in the Sir Thomas Wyatt family.
Added by Robert Cooper on Dec 05, 2016 7:21 AM
We probably are I've seen your tag on a great number of my relatives, mostly Hancocks.
Added by Travis Hancock on Dec 04, 2016 8:55 AM
|Sharon White||Nancy Eliza Hancock Blackburn|
Nancy was my maternal grandmother's great grandmother on her dad's side. Hibernia was her grandmother. Pleasure to meet you!
Added by Sharon White on Nov 27, 2016 8:13 PM
|Tamara Bigham Riggs||Sarah Margaret Freeman and kin|
Hi, again. Do you also have a source for her first husband, James Bigham of the middle initial of "B" and generational of "III"?
And Sarah married her 2nd husband, Benjamin Franklin Ladd, in McLemoresville, Carroll County, TN. Do you have a source for his death and burial in NC, as per the memorial created for him? Thanks. Tamara
Added by Tamara Bigham Riggs on Nov 18, 2016 8:47 PM
|Tamara Bigham Riggs||Sarah Margaret Freeman and her kin....|
Hi, Sarah's father, David Freeman, Sr. Could not have been born in Mecklenburg County, NC, 1742, as that county did not exist until 1762. Commom thought is that he was born in Bertie County, NC.
Sarah's son, Samuel Young Bigham's first wife was Mary Louise Mitchem. Sarah's son, Martin Bigham...do u have a source for his middle name of "Van Buren"? This appears to be a questionable Internet-distributed mame, from 2 decades ago, that No One has actually been able to Verify. If you have documented, please share..:) thanks.
Added by Tamara Bigham Riggs on Nov 18, 2016 8:33 PM
|Ricky ||James Hunt family|
I'd like to exchange notes with you on the family of James Hunt, and its links to the McCraws. My email is email@example.com
Added by Ricky on Nov 16, 2016 9:14 PM
|Becky Dunn Byars||Winnie Hunt|
Hi Carol, thanks for all your work on Find A Grave, it is appreciated.
I would like to manage Winnie Hunt #123163338 as she is my 3G-Grandmother & I'm family genealogist of 35+ years and have a lot on her family & descendants & her husband's Parker family.
Thank you, Becky Byars #47719540
Added by Becky Dunn Byars on Nov 16, 2016 2:52 PM
|Tenia Gosnell Nichols||Louisa Vansant McLarty|
Hi Carol - Louisa Vansant McLarty and Archibald Newton McLarty are my 3 ggp. I am looking for source documents for DOB and DOD for Louisa. Do you have document that you used for her? Thank you.
Tenia Gosnell Nichols
Added by Tenia Gosnell Nichols on Nov 12, 2016 5:36 AM
|Tony Middleton||Thank you!|
For the transfer! It is sincerely appreciated ma'am.
Added by Tony Middleton on Nov 11, 2016 7:00 AM
|Tony Middleton||Joseph Shelton Middleton|
Good morning Carol,
May I manage the memorial for Joseph Shelton Middleton # 69155014 ?
He is my 2nd Cousin, twice removed. Although he isn't a direct ancestor, I have done a tremendous amount of work on him and his family and I'd like to put together a bio for him. I have a tendency to tweek and tweek and tweek and I'd rather do it directly instead of constantly sending you updates.
I am contributor # 47278802
Thank you for your consideration
Added by Tony Middleton on Nov 11, 2016 4:03 AM
|Daryl Coleman||Harris Connection|
Hi. I am a Harris cousin, and would like to correspond with you. Here's my line....
My mother-- Doris Rebecca Harris (Coleman)
My grandfather-- James Walter Harris
My G Grandfather-- William Taylor Harris
GG Grandfather-- Benjamin E. Harris
Please contact me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Daryl K. Coleman
Added by Daryl Coleman on Nov 07, 2016 3:04 PM
|Joanne||John Brown Jr.|
Hi Carol, I am in N.W. Georgia. My 8th great-grandfather is John Brown Jr., d. 1726 in Isle of Wight, Virginia. You have his parents as John Brown Sr and Bridgett Lewis. I am wondering what source you have for his mother's maiden name. This is new information to me. Thank you for all of your work on the site and any information you can share with me.
Added by Joanne on Nov 06, 2016 6:02 PM
|Olivia Williamson Braddy||Pomegranate Hall|
You misspelled pomegranate:
Added by Olivia Williamson Braddy on Nov 06, 2016 6:01 AM
|Wiregrass Irisheyes||Maddux In Waycross, Ware Co, GA: Greenlawn Cemetery|
I just transferred a few MADDUX buried here in SE Georgia to your loving care. I'm not related and thought you'd like to have them. Hope that's OK. :)
Thank you for all your contributions. You are very appreciated!
Have a blessed day.
Added by Wiregrass Irisheyes on Oct 27, 2016 6:46 PM
|Carol_M||Find A Grave Memorial# 102084164|
Thank you for your reply. After searching on the internet it appears this cemetery is named Lost River - Old Union. I have the volume you referenced and on page 96 it says "Barnett Chastain, son of William Chastain and his wife, Sary _____, was born ca. 1774, probably in Buckingham County, Virginia; died ca. 1857, Washington County, Indiana; buried at Union Cemetery, Washington County, Indiana." That's why I was confused and asked about your placement of his burial in Lost River Cemetery. I assume there is no legible headstone.
Added by Carol_M on Oct 23, 2016 3:35 PM
|Carol_M||Find A Grave Memorial# 102084164|
Hi Georgia Girl,
I was interested in the memorial for Barnett Chastain. Just wondering how you found that he was buried in the Lost River Cemetery. Is there a marker for him and his wife Sarah?
Thanks for any info you can give me.
Carol Migdat (a descendant of his brother, Robert Ransome Chastain)
Added by Carol_M on Oct 22, 2016 5:54 PM
|Joy Can||Job Taylor Cemetery -- Long family graves|
I uploaded a photo for a grave marker I believe belongs to Eugene Long. Inscription reads:
Children of Wm H and Sarah M. Long. 'Sleep sweetly little Boys neath the cold dreary tomb' Since Eugene was a toddler, this attribution feels appropriate. However, the marker clearly points to more than one child.
Taylor Long was 22 years old when he passed, and this is the only other Long memorial associated Job Taylor Cemetery. Our survey of the cemetery found no other marker for any other Long family member. I would be happy to upload the same photo if you think it is appropriate to link to Taylor. I do not have my "Monroe county: A History" text with me.
Can you shed any light on this?
Added by Joy Can on Oct 22, 2016 9:41 AM
|Joy Can||RE: Mary Mott Warthen Taylor ~ #32597741|
Thank you so much for the transfer of the Mary Taylor memorial page, Georgia Girl. I was happy to have the opportunity to provide an image of Camilla's monument. It really is lovely, isn't it? I worked to locate the cemetery for some time, and was only able to do so with the help of many wonderful folks. Feeling grateful...
Added by Joy Can on Oct 20, 2016 7:54 AM
|I.C. Smith||Sarah Eugenie "Bacon" Lenard|
Hi Georgia Girl,
Regarding your memorial for Sarah Eugenia "Bacon" Lenard in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Ouachita Parish, LA, do you have a familial connection to this person? She's a grandmother to my wife who is attempting to verify Native American ancestry.
Added by I.C. Smith on Oct 18, 2016 6:54 PM
|Maggie||William M Clark|
Thank you for transferring William Clark's memorial, I appreciate it.
Added by Maggie on Oct 17, 2016 1:40 PM
|Tina Hunt||Susan Bonner Reeves Mapp|
Could you please correct the information for Susan Bonner Mapp (Reeves). Information states she is the daughter of John Howell and Jane (Harper) Reeves. However, the parental links is Allen Howell Reeves and Jane Harper.
Could you please remove the reference of John Howell and replace with Allen.
Added by Tina Hunt on Oct 17, 2016 11:09 AM