|Bill King Knight (#46610611)|
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|I was born and raised in the Town of Stoneville, N.C. Served in the US Air Force and worked in sales for a tractor/equipment company and then taught public school for 12 years. Father and grandfather and I are all former Mayors of my hometown. Very much interested in Genealogy and History . Love to travel and see new places and meet new friends. Married to the former Joanne Stone of Reidsville, N.C. and have three children. all grown.|
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Bob Carter, Carolyn Thomas ..., Carter Buck, Chris Baughn, deegraver, Diana (Giddens)..., Diane Eubanks, GySgt. Scheideg..., Karl Hamlin, R.L.CLARK/COLLI..., Susan
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|deegraver||RE: Walter Thomas|
thank you !
have a safe trip!
|deegraver||Walter Thomas "Tee Pot" Frye|
He married Doris Allen.
Do you know where she is buried?
|Karl Hamlin||Hamlin marker photo|
It's out there now. Many thanks for your headstone photography. I know what's involved in traveling to the cemetery, finding the plots, sometimes cleaning the headstones, taking the pictures, and uploading them; all for a perfect stranger. I really appreciate your efforts.
Thanks and best regards, Karl Hamlin
|Karl Hamlin||Charles Hamlin marker|
I see a picture of the cemetery on his memorial, but not one of his marker???
|deegraver||RE: Minnie H. Knight|
|Heattown||William Arthur and Ada Bryant gravestone|
Thank-you for the lovely photo of William Arthur and Ada Bryant's gravestone. Words cannot express our family's gratitude for your kind deed. You are a true unsung hero. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. I am, with deepest respect, a grateful family member. You are leading a exemplary life of generosity which is an inspiration to us all. The world is in great need of you. Wishing you happiness uninterrupted. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Jul 04, 2014 3:34 PM
|Georgia||RE: Beedie Beliles|
What cemetery is it in?
Added by Georgia on Jul 01, 2014 7:55 PM
|Carolyn Thomas Gratton||RE: Robert Grogan Grave|
I have not idea as I have never seen the grave. I am relying on the information provided by 'deegraver'.
|deegraver||RE: King Cemetery|
Located on Leatherwood Creek.
First settled by George King who came to Henry County from Brunswick County, Va.
That's all I know.
|deegraver||RE: Forrest H. Lewis|
I enjoy it too. love Scrabble and Boggle also!
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