Well, let's see now. I have been interested in cemeteries, history, and the like ever since I can remember. To me there is something fascinating about a cemetery. There is so much history there and I can almost hear their stories.
I was born in Charlotte, N.C., but moved to Columbia, S.C., in 1970. After living there for over 30 yrs., my husband and I moved back to Charlotte. My family is mostly deceased now, but this will always be home to me.
Please feel free to visit my family memorials here for my father Robert Williford, my uncle John Williford, my aunt Gladys Barr, and my grandfather-in-law Burson Bell.
In the process of photographing and entering memorials from Rowan Memorial Park, I took pictures of your uncle's site including his wife Elizabeth's. Since she had no memorial page I created one for her and linked it to her husband's. I also entered a clear closeup picture of your uncle's name and dates. Since you manage the memorial, you can rearrange the photos or take mine down if you wish. I had already cropped it so there is not problem...however you want to treat it.
By the way, I did not know the Willifords so if you would like to manage Elizabeth Williford's memorial, I'll be happy to transfer.
Finally, your tribute to your uncle is beautiful. I enjoyed reading it and felt the tremendous love and respect you had for him.
Looking forward to hearing from you, Beverly Poole
Burson Bell Hi Nancy, I was at the Montague Dutch Reformed Cemetery this past weekend and I found a Burson Bell and took the photo, but before I post it, I want to make sure its the right person. Was your Burson married to a Phoebe Rosencrans? Thanks!