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Michael Hollingsworth (#47174941)
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Bio Photo Member American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sons of Confederate Veterans.
If I have a family member or close friend of yours that you would like for me to transfer, I will be more than happy to, or if you want me to remove a memorial of your family member just ask and I will do it. If you find any mistakes I have made please leave a message.
I appreciate the flowers and notes you graciously leave on the memorials. They are all greatly acknowledged. My Father.  My Mother. My Sister.  All especially appreciated.

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Linda DeVane Boyd
Thank you for sending the military records
Hello Michael,
Thank you so much for sending me the records of James Devane. I appreciate your help and concern .
Sincerely,
Linda DeVane Boyd
Added by Linda DeVane Boyd on Oct 30, 2016 5:50 AM
Linda DeVane Boyd
James Stuart Devane # 11791258
Hello Michael,
The changes that you suggested have been made for James Stuart Devane #11791258 and his wife at #11791250, so you may remove your messages from those pages. Thank you so very much for bringing that to the original poster's attention. I am very interested in his military service and would like to have it on the website for him. Was there not a cross of military honor for his stone?
Thank you again for caring and helping.
Sincerely,
Linda DeVane Boyd
Added by Linda DeVane Boyd on Oct 29, 2016 4:21 PM
Dr. Warren Burge, Esq.
Find A Grave Memorial# 163945935
Hi can you remove the pictures from this site?
Added by Dr. Warren Burge, Esq. on Jun 10, 2016 7:51 PM
Dr. Warren Burge, Esq.
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 37381593
I would be to accept any Burges you may have

Thank you
Warren Burge
Added by Dr. Warren Burge, Esq. on Jun 06, 2016 8:13 AM
Dr. Warren Burge, Esq.
Find A Grave Memorial# 37381593
The children are correct.

Find A Grave Memorial# 37381593

Note 1: Anthony L and Benita Burge: Descendants of: Christopher and Telitha Stockstill BURGE " published by Anthony Burge , 2004 Anthony's spiral-bound genealogy book. It is an exhaustively researched account of this Burge line who settled in Louisiana after coming from Mississippi circa 1840's. The first 109 pages are Dedicated to the history of Christopher and Telitha, and their down-line, with insightful stories, documents, and photographs. Then there are 311 pages outlining their many, many Descendants (way-to-go Alonzo!). I just want to verify that Anthony's conclusion of many years of research are to be congratulated. An excellent reference, and a cherished family keepsake, this book has it all. Currently available for $35.00, and a research CD for $30.00

Anthony L and Benita Burge
165 Hubert Smith Rd
Singer, LA 70660

Joshua (John Nathaniel "Joshua" Burge) is said to have lost his life serving with the CSA at The Battle of Pleasant Hill in Louisiana during the Civil Wary. When a group of men came down the road near his house, he stopped them and asked where they were going. They told him they were going to run the Yanks out of Louisiana and asked him to come along. He agree to go and went into the house to get his gun. His wife Elizabeth McCorguodale Burge asked what he was doing and he told her that he was off to war. Most likely,, these men were part of the Second Texas Infantry. The wee going to join other forces to drive the Federals out of Louisiana.

He never returned home from the Civil War as he died at The Battle of Pleasant Hill was fought on April 9, 1864. 1,600 Confederates and 1,300 Federals died that day. The Federals lost the Battle of Mansfield but won the he Battle of Pleasant Hill. In the long run, however, the Confederates won as history indicates.

During the burial of the dead, a Federal soldier found a Masonic pin on Joshua and took personal belongings from his body. He kept the belongs thru the rest of the war and returned them all to Elizabeth after the war.
Added by Dr. Warren Burge, Esq. on Jun 03, 2016 1:23 PM
Dr. Warren Burge, Esq.
Find A Grave Memorial# 37381593

This maybe incorrect.

I am studying the following


Note 1: Anthony L and Benita Burge: Descendants of: Christopher and Telitha Stockstill BURGE " published by Anthony Burge , 2004 Anthony's spiral-bound genealogy book. It is an exhaustively researched account of this Burge line who settled in Louisiana after coming from Mississippi circa 1840's. The first 109 pages are Dedicated to the history of Christopher and Telitha, and their down-line, with insightful stories, documents, and photographs. Then there are 311 pages outlining their many, many Descendants (way-to-go Alonzo!). I just want to verify that Anthony's conclusion of many years of research are to be congratulated. An excellent reference, and a cherished family keepsake, this book has it all. Currently available for $35.00, and a research CD for $30.00

Anthony L and Benita Burge
165 Hubert Smith Rd
Singer, LA 70660


He never returned home from the Civil War as he died at : The Battle of Pleasant Hill was fought on April 9, 1864, during the Red River Campaign of the American Civil War, near Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, between Union forces led by Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks and Confederate forces, led by Maj. Gen. Richard Taylor.

I think that based upon this well researched book he may have been John Nathaniel "Joshua" Burge son of Christopher C. "Kit" Burge and
Elizabeth Talitha Stockstill

as soon as I dig further I will get back to you
Added by Dr. Warren Burge, Esq. on Jun 03, 2016 1:01 PM
Kathleen M. Bailey
Hilliard Bell
Please would you transfer my GGGGRandfather's memorial over to me? Memorial# 65487424. Would appreciate. Thank you.
Added by Kathleen M. Bailey on Apr 18, 2016 10:59 PM
dawn Dake
Im kin to Seaborn Hollingsworth
HELLO MICHAEL, MY NAME IS DAWN DAKE IM FROM ALBERTVILLE AL i AM ONE OF THE DESCENDANTS OF SEABORN WASHINGTON HOLLINGSWORTH HE WAS MY GREAT,GREAT, GREAT GRANDFATHER. i HAVE MANAGED TO TRACE OUR FAMILY HISTORY BACK TO VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH BORN 1450 IN ENGLAND HAVE DOCUMENTED MY LINE FROM VALENTINE BORN 1450- TO PRESENT DAY WAS SO EXCITED ABOUT THIS. NOTICED YOU WERE ALSO ALONG THIS LINE WOULD LOVE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT HOW OUR LINES ARE JOINED FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME. dawndake@hotmail.com also on facebook THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING YOU DO YOU SURE HAVE HELPED ALOT OF PEOPLE.
Added by dawn Dake on Feb 03, 2016 1:21 PM
Robert D.Reynolds
Marie Perkins Tate
Thank you so very much for the updates and photos that you added to this memorial. I have printed it and will be mailing a copy to her brother,George in Aberdeen Ms.tomorrow.
Added by Robert D.Reynolds on Dec 01, 2015 3:11 PM
Cathrine
Annie Hollingsworth McDonald
Greetings:

I am so glad I stumbled across your posting. Your Annie was the d/o Mary Catherine Marsh and William James Hollingsworth. I believe Wm James Hollingsworth was born in the Gray's Creek Township of Cumberland County, NC. I know for a fact Mary Catherine Marsh was born unto Azor (Asa) and Elizabeth M. (Betsy) Marsh in the Gray's Creek Township of Cumberland County, NC.

If you enjoy family research. Your William James Hollingsworth MOST LIKELY descended from Valentine and Anne C. Hollingsworth of Welch Tract, DE. Valentine & Anne were the immigrants.
John Hollingsworth - of Valentine m. Catherine Tyler. Both left Quaker Faith and took Baptist Oath abt 1711.

Rev. Stephen Hollingsworth - distinguished NC Baptist Minister(of John, of Valentine) was among first patents (1735)of what is now Cedar Creek, Cumberland, NC. (east side of Cape Fear River) Catherine Tyler Hollingsworth Edwards died 1755 there.
Another patent on the west bank of the Cape Fear River was awarded to a Hollingsworth. I haven't gotten to the research of to whom this belonged.
You can google Valentine Hollingsworth for a wealth of information.
Hopefully, this will help you. Blessings. Cathrine
Added by Cathrine on May 18, 2015 8:30 AM
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