I am fully retired following a 25 year career with the FBI. I have been a genealogy researcher for 20 years and enjoy helping others find the graves of ancestors and documenting their research requests. Any photographs I post are free for anyone to use.
JoDeen Kathryn Craghead Lyle Thanks for looking in the Pipe Creek Cemetery for a tombstone. I have also searched entire cemeteries here in Nebraska and found nothing. I really appreciate your effort. I have removed my request and substituted a cemetery photo for her. Leana R. Rosentrater
Have another question: It is about his wife, Evelyn L Wright Wright, who is buried next to him. I know they were married in 1943 in Currituck. However, her name[Wright Wright] is odd. There is a census record that indicates she might have been married to a farmer in her home county in her early 20s. Is there anyone you know who might have info on her? Just curious. Thomas and Evelyn were neighbors of mine in the 1980s. After his mother died, Thomas was raised by his aunt, my father's step-mother, Louetta [Etta] Powell....all very convoluted... Thanks, Camille
RE: Barbara Comfort Memorial Yes I am related, but distant, most of my family is from the Vermont area. I just happened to relocate here. After so many people asking if I was related to the Backus family here I started searching and found a connection!
James Kimsey Patterson, #43308581 You state that he died in Macon County. In fact, he died in the Macon Hospital in Bibb County. You can't get from Macon County to Ivey in Wilkinson County on The Central Georgia Railroad.
RE: Robert W. Meekins 87739724 Patrick, I lived 12 summers on Roanoke Island when my father was director/general manager/producer of The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama. My mom played Queen Elizabeth. My sister and I were in the crowd scenes as colonists and I was the "burning girl" in the Indian Battles. Daddy lived there until his health forced a move closer to me & my sister. I don't need any transfers as I am not related - just working on some old entries that tied into yours. Happy New Year! Robin Knowles Miner