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t. stephens (#47344353)
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Bio Photo I always take interest in any information posted to my memorials. If you have anything to add (links, photos, etc) I would love to know about it. If you have a quick second to send a message to let me know, that would be great. I am not picky about how I receive messages-whatever is easier for you. I would just appreciate getting one.

I am a very big optimist when it comes to the memorials I have created being found by their relatives or by someone who has a special interest in them. I am happy to transfer any memorial, as long as it is not family. But please do not ask for a transfer if you do not plan to work with the memorial. There is really no point in the transfer if you do not plan to do anything with it. I am ALWAYS happy and quick to add requested information. I will ask for sources if I can't find the source on my own. This is my favorite hobby, so I do always take the time to check information before posting it.

Also, on that note, I encourage personal photos!!! Please do not take up the photo space with something that can be added to the bio. Examples are obituaries, death certificates and grave photos similar to ones already posted. Please keep in mind that only 5 photos can be added to a memorial without sponsorship. If you roam around cemeteries taking random grave pictures, like me, it is likely to happen that you will take many pictures of graves already posted. This happens to me all the time. Please do not post the picture simply because you have it. If a date has been added, or the marker has been cleaned, or your pictures shows information better, then it is OK to post.
Please be considerate when taking up photo space.




I do have access to a few genealogy sites and I LOVE looking for information. If you would like me to search for something for you- please ask. I am happy to do it!








To cemetery lurkers (like me):

**Please, when you can, take a minute to clean off grave markers covered in dirt or grass so that they are not buried forever:-)



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PlantDrEMB
RE: Donald Rhames
Hi Tracy
Actually our Henderson/Rudisill bible records him at birth in 1893 as Loney Henderson. Similarly his older brother Richard Alburtus is also recorded as a Henderson. Their mother is Ida Bradela 'Della' Henderson. Both born before she married William Adam Reames in 1895. I descend from Della's oldest brother John Worth Henderson.

One of my Henderson Cousin research partners is researching a possible Strube/Strobe/Strupe bio father for Lonnie and a Hartis for older brother Richard Albertus based on that revealing 1910 Census response. I have passed on this 'John' record info to her. Both boys eventually took their stepfather's last name, although Lonnie and his family use Rhames and RIchard mostly uses Reams/Reames. She is also in touch with some Reams/Rhames kin.

This Reames/Rhames research project started because we (my Henderson cousins) are trying to determine Della's DOD and possible burial location. So far we can prove it occurred between 24 Dec 1913 and 25 Dec 1915, the marriage of her children Lonnie and Eva Jannie respectively. We haven't found the DOD/Burial for her husband William Adam Reames either. :|

We will let you know if we solve the puzzle.
-eb
Added by PlantDrEMB on May 08, 2016 6:28 PM
PlantDrEMB
RE: Donald Rhames
HI Tracy.
Your reply made me go back to Lonie in my A.com public tree EMBMaternal which you are welcome to look at user cjkbentleyEB57. I couldn't believe I missed the "John"?? I only had a NC death record index, no certificate, for Lonnie. The A.com Index record does not name his parents! SO I looked for the same record at familysearch.org and IT does list his parents as 'John' and 'Ida'. My apology for not being thorough. Have you seen his actual Death Certificate?

Actually our Henderson/Rudisill bible records him at birth in 1893 as Loney Henderson. Similarly his older brother Richard Alburtus is also recorded as a Henderson. Their mother is Ida Bradela 'Della' Henderson. Both born before she married William Adam Reames in 1895. I descend from Della's oldest brother John Worth Henderson.

This Reames/Rhames research project started because we (my Henderson cousins) are trying to determine Della's DOD and possible burial location. So far we can prove it occurred between 24 Dec 1913 and 25 Dec 1915, the marriage of her children Lonnie and Eva Jannie respectively. We haven't found the DOD/Burial for her husband William Adam Reames either. :|


Added by PlantDrEMB on May 08, 2016 6:18 PM
Jeff Lovelace
Memorial
Please see this memorial: 161804973.
Added by Jeff Lovelace on May 06, 2016 12:20 PM
Joan Bain
RE: Worthville Town Cemetery
The cemetery is actually now the J. E. Groce Memorial Cemetery. If someone would wish to contribute to the upkeep, the check would be made out in the name above. We certainly would appreciate any contribution as we do have upkeep especially mowing in the summer months. The address for donations is: 2576 Wow Road, Randleman, NC 27317. The board voted to change the name although I suppose it will always be the Worthville Town Cemetery. My husband is the primary caretaker of the cemetery. Yes, we do still have burials in this cemetery.
Added by Joan Bain on Apr 29, 2016 4:08 PM
Gladys Turner Dinkeloo
Dorothy Denham
Thank you so much for the photo of Dorothy Denham's memorial stone. I appreciate it very much. Have a great day.
Added by Gladys Turner Dinkeloo on Apr 27, 2016 12:04 PM
Yogi
RE: Midred Duncan Photo 83364103
As you requested, I have deleted the "Mother" photo along with the photo of the basket of flowers. I want to make sure that I delete the correct grave marker that you have designated. There is one photo of the grave marker (headstone) with flowers and there is also a photo of a metal grave marker placed there by the funeral home. Which of these two markers do you want me to delete? Just let me know and I will take care of it.
Added by Yogi on Apr 21, 2016 11:29 AM
Truman Adkins
RE: Kit C. Koger
Thank you, Kit Koger built my house. My father, grandfather and uncles worked for him. My mother said at his funeral it was the only time she saw my father cry.
Added by Truman Adkins on Apr 11, 2016 6:51 PM
Truman Adkins
Kit C. Koger
Hi, I was wondering if you had more specific directions to the Rangeley Cemetery where Kit Koger is buried. I would very much like to visit there. Is it on the Hillcroft property the Rangeleys once owned?
Added by Truman Adkins on Apr 11, 2016 8:54 AM
Barbara
RE: Ruth Coble
I will be going to the Naples Memorial Gardens during the week and will take and post the pictures. The day will depend on whether or not it rains. If there is any information you'd like posted on either Mr. or Mrs. Coble, please send it along to be included along with the photos.
Added by Barbara on Mar 27, 2016 8:04 AM
C.A. Miracle
RE: Hi
Thank you!
Added by C.A. Miracle on Mar 26, 2016 7:02 AM
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