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Andrea Winstead (#46987136)
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Pat Yoshi
RE: Frank Charles Winstead
How awesome is that? You must be over the moon to finally see him. :) Thanks so much for sharing with me!
Added by Pat Yoshi on Jul 27, 2015 11:28 PM
Pat Yoshi
RE: Frank Charles Winstead Sr.
I have to tell you that my favorite "creative" family record is my grandparent's original marriage certificate. Someone (I assume my dear grandmother) wanted to hide the fact she and my grandfather were married almost 2 years after my mother was born (they were both married to others at the time--I know, scandalous!!--and guess it took a while to get divorced). Anyway, this beautiful handwritten certificate had the date so very carefully changed from 1935 to 1933...only problem was that she used a different ink that faded after so many years. Oops! :)

Just shows that our ancestors were human...and we love them, warts and all!
Added by Pat Yoshi on Jul 13, 2015 10:59 PM
Pat Yoshi
RE: Frank Charles Winstead Sr.
Hi Andrea. Thanks for the input. I've pulled my comment. As I'm indexing original records (for if I have time I try to check FG to see if I can provide additional info that might be helpful to a researcher. And I understand...I have a whole handful of documents from my own family that were, to put it mildly, "creative". :)

Have a wonderful week!

Added by Pat Yoshi on Jul 13, 2015 8:57 PM
Grace Younglove Hudson
Anneliga Smith Miller
Hi Transfer completed. Glad she is with family.
Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jul 13, 2015 5:57 PM
Pat H
Lemuel Mewborn Hardy
Hi Andrea,

I noticed that you have "burial unknown" on your memorial for Lemuel, but are you aware that there is another memorial for him (#119422574)? He is buried in Memborn Cemetery in Greene County.

Added by Pat H on May 29, 2015 12:48 AM
C. Rose
RE: Mary Olivia Gardner
It's my memorial but another volunteer took the picture. C
Added by C. Rose on May 23, 2015 8:04 AM
Abigail Banks Dennison
I forgot to add this. I can't remember who told me but it was said he was buried in secret. He prob. was buried where all of them are but in an unmarked grave.
Added by Abigail Banks Dennison on May 10, 2015 10:23 PM
Abigail Banks Dennison
I thought you were the one who had the letters. They are listed under him or her in a private tree and for some reason I thought it was your "Lots of Fams" Tree but maybe I'm wrong. Will look.
Added by Abigail Banks Dennison on May 10, 2015 10:19 PM
Abigail Banks Dennison
Margaret (Johnston) Pelham
I wonder if she died in 1883 and was buried Congressional Cem., and then her mother had her moved in 1886 to Cave Hill. That might be one scenario.
Added by Abigail Banks Dennison on May 10, 2015 4:58 PM
Abigail Banks Dennison
Johnston / Pelham
Can I see the letters Charles Pelham wrote about her?
Added by Abigail Banks Dennison on May 10, 2015 4:39 PM
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