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Eric B Stone (#47268178)
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JEPoplin
Sallie Ann Peebles (114618458)
I have a question about this memorial you added; this might be my 4th great grandmother Sally Ann Parker- Peebles. William Peebles of Pitt county married a Sally Parker, but she is not buried int he family cemetery. Are you sure about dob? census records have a different month; though that's not uncommon.

Added by JEPoplin on Apr 13, 2015 11:35 PM

Charles Brooks
Thomas Jefferon Caudle III
Find A Grave Memorial# 90577277

Born in Anson County, North Carolina to..Find A Grave Memorial# 144446081..and..Find A Grave Memorial# 144453060

Thank You
Charles Brooks
47226648

Added by Charles Brooks on Apr 03, 2015 6:24 AM

Debbie Absher
Charles Ivey & son John Ivey
I found an interesting article in the Robesonian referring to Charles Ivey & son John Ivey, also another about Charles Ivey being a contractor for the Howellsville Post Office. I was wondering if you would like to have it for your research?

Added by Debbie Absher on Mar 29, 2015 2:24 PM

wwii researcher
WWII Photo request
Greetings,

I am volunteering with a Dutch non-profit group which is assembling a database of our WWII veterans buried in US cemeteries in Belgium and Holland. This site (http://www.fieldsofhonor-database.com/) is searching for information and photos of these men.

Many of these WWII veterans who are buried in Europe, have been adopted by local families thus the website. I've met a few of these adopters and find they treat our fallen (or MIA) veterans with respect and dignity. These people are grateful to the men who liberated their country and want them to be remembered.

I see you posted a picture of Staff Sgt Lawrence Arent and wanted to ask permission to use the photo. Is that possible, please?

Many thanks,

Terry

Added by wwii researcher on Mar 14, 2015 3:40 PM

Gayle Weiss
Georgia B. Clark
Thank you for transferring Georgia to me, Eric!

Added by Gayle Weiss on Feb 22, 2015 10:44 PM

Gayle Weiss
Georgia B. Clark
Georgia Butler Clark was my grandmother's sister. Could you please connect her to her father -- Camilus Holly Butler (46830915)? Her mother was Ida Tally and when she died (when Georgia was only 8 and her sisters were 6 and 4), Holly married Ida's twin sister, Etta Tally (46830883). Ida died in Tarboro, NC but I don't know where she is buried. If you would rather, I'd be happy if you transferred Georgia's ownership to me. -- Gayle Bradley Weiss

Added by Gayle Weiss on Feb 21, 2015 1:59 PM

Heather Goff
Mary Bennett Fitzgerald
Hi,
I was inquiring to see if indeed Mary Bennett Fitzgerald is buried in this cemetery. We show her being buried in our cemetery (Maplewood Cemetery, Wilson, NC), but however her marker is showing in the Cherry Hill Cemetery.
Also, is there a picture of this marker?
Also looking for Paul Fitzgerald & Rose Parker Fitzgerald.
Thank you for your help.

Heather Goff
Maplewood Cemetery, Wilson, NC

Added by Heather Goff on Feb 18, 2015 1:30 PM

Karl & Angie Finley
Memorial #112071602
Alois Auth
Could you give me ownership of this Memorial. This is my Uncle who died in Futa Pass Italy. I have more of my family entered in from Buchenrod, Hesse, Germany.

Added by Karl & Angie Finley on Feb 15, 2015 1:21 PM

Marjorie Tracey
Hi
You have some pics from Seventh Avenue Cemetery in Shamokin, Pa. I can not locate an address for this cemetery. Do you have one?

Thank You
Marjorie Tracey

Added by Marjorie Tracey on Jan 27, 2015 3:27 AM

Marva Bigler
David Smith Cemetery - Rountree, PItt Co., NC
Hi - Do you know if this cemetery has been photographed?

Added by Marva Bigler on Jan 22, 2015 10:02 PM

Cathrine
George Washington Marsh
The
George Washington Marsh Find A Grave #88117970.

Thank you.

Added by Cathrine on Jan 08, 2015 6:53 PM

Cathrine
George Washington Marsh
Hi Eric,

Thank you for your hard work providing this cemetery information.
I have some information that I hope you will add to your information on George Washington Marsh. He is buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, NC.

George Washington Marsh 1876-1946 was born in the Gray's Creek Township of Cumberland County, NC. His parents are Absalom Marsh 1782-1842 and Martha Beard Marsh 1787- 1859. George W. Marsh was the youngest of twelve children.

I am able to send you a copy of the Death Certificate of G. W. Marsh as proof of parents. G. W. Marsh served with the Sampson Ranger in the Civil War. Commissioned as an officer of Company A North Carolina 30th Infantry Regiment 18 June 1861.
Please let me know how I may send to you documentation to support my data. Thank you again. Cathrine Marsh Cashwell, Charlottesville, VA 2015

Added by Cathrine on Jan 08, 2015 6:40 PM

Carl Catherman
Ardes Wetzel
Thank you very much for updating her memorial.

Added by Carl Catherman on Dec 16, 2014 7:02 AM

SherlockTAS
Adams photos
Thanks for the tombstone photos!!

Added by SherlockTAS on Dec 15, 2014 4:19 AM

Carl Catherman
Maurer & Musser
Eric, thank you very much for updating the four memorials.

Added by Carl Catherman on Dec 14, 2014 8:23 AM

Jason
U requested about Florence Dix and Henry Lee
Hi Eric

I just want to say thanks for give me direction to Rice Cemetery's located which I appreciated it! I did went over there late afternoon to took picture of one of my relative. I just done with mine and I went over looking for Henry Lee and his wife Florence Dix Lee that u requested... I looking every rows .. I do not find both of them but I do find Lee Family on same one row.. but I did find Henry Lee which its baby.. so but I did went over triple checking again with whole rows of headstones but no lucky.. there is possibility both buried UNMARKED GRAVE or could be other place.

Have a wonderful Holiday!
Jason

Added by Jason on Dec 12, 2014 6:43 PM

Jason
RE: Price
thanks.. I got it!! Appreciated it!

Sure I will do that for u!!

Have a great holiday!!
Jason

Added by Jason on Dec 11, 2014 7:05 PM

Jason
Price
hey my mistake.. I mean Rice Cemetery.. not Price Cemetery..


my bad!
Jason

Added by Jason on Dec 11, 2014 5:47 PM

Jason
Price Cemetery over Lumberton
Hi Eric

I want to asking u something about Price Cemetery.. I couldn't able to located Price Cemetery.. Wonder if u could give me direction how to get there!!! Thanks

Email me back when u have time.
Jason

Added by Jason on Dec 11, 2014 5:43 PM

Carl Catherman
Mench, Miller & Smith
Eric, thank you very much for updating four memorials.

Added by Carl Catherman on Dec 09, 2014 7:06 AM

Tom Schoening
Twila Erhard Jarrett
Eric - Thank You for processing the link to Twila's parents - We appreciate Your Great Work

Thank You - Tom Schoening

Added by Tom Schoening on Dec 09, 2014 3:23 AM

Carl Catherman
New Berlin Cemetery
Thank you very much for completing the multiple updates on nine memorials. I really appreciate your cooperation.

Added by Carl Catherman on Nov 24, 2014 10:40 AM

Carl Catherman
Jacob Seebold
Eric, I messed up when I sent you links for Jacob's parents. I'll send you the correct links later. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Added by Carl Catherman on Nov 22, 2014 4:14 PM

Meredith McCrary
Edward Long; Oakdale Cemetery
I see that you have the Edward Long b. 1797 as one of your contributions. This is my 4th great grandfather, I was hoping you could help me with how you knew he was from County Cork ( I knew he was because of a family tree), but it ends with him as no one can find any other information of him coming into the U.S., or his parent's names. Also, he has a son, Montgomery, whom was killed during the Civil War at Fort Fisher whom is buried in Cherry Hill, there aren't any pictures of his marker. I live approximately 4 hours away, so it's difficult to get up there. Any input would be appreciated.

Added by Meredith McCrary on Nov 16, 2014 9:39 PM

Carl Catherman
Ralph Cook
Eric, thank you very much for adding the links to Ralph's memorial.

Added by Carl Catherman on Oct 19, 2014 10:54 AM

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