RE: Henry Bockstette Hi. You asked for photos of two Henry Bockstettes. The cemetery record shows that both Henrys are buried in the same lot, side by side. I didn't find a monument for the Henry who died in 1890.
RE: Re: Morris Blevins Thanks for replying Tyler. I hope you didn't take me pointing out the error the wrong way :), I'm just a little OCD when it comes to small details. I must say it's refreshing to find and talk with someone descended from the same family tree as I am. Charles Oscar Beamon who I'm assuming (based on your profile on here) was your great grandfather was my great grandfather James Elbert Beamon's brother. It get a little weird from here because we are also connected through your great grandmother Nannie Nancy Jane Blevins Beamon as she can be traced back to David and Catherine Edwards Farmer through her mother. My 3x great grandmother Lucinda Elizabeth Farmer Blevins who like Henry Farm was born to David And Catherine. We are connected on both sides of our paternal family trees. What's the odds of that? I wonder how many of us connected like this there are?
Re: Morris Blevins Hey Tyler, My name is Marianne and I am a grand daughter of Martha Beamon she is one of the twins born on July 3, 1919 to Alfred & Nancy Blevins. The bio added for Morris who is my great, great, great grandfather does not make any sense. His death is listed as having happened in Ashe County North Carolina at the top, but then goes on to say in his home in Virginia. I hate to poke holes in the efforts you have made but the bio doesn't make sense. Thanks, Marianne Schick
RE: Jacob Taylor; Memorial The transfer has been made, Tyler. Btw, most contributors I know prefer folks using the EDIT tab because it saves a lot of time, etc. It provides both memorial and contributor numbers which many requestors fail to provide. It also greatly reduces frequent screen changes to gather the numbers or the need to write the numbers down before making the changes/transfers. I've found out that if they don't respond to the "EDIT" queries they usually won't respond to any queries.