|Michael Hollingsworth (#47174941)|
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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.
"When we die what we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others remains immortal." -Albert Pike
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|Cathrine||Annie Hollingsworth McDonald|
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
|Dot Harcum||PVT Clements Bridgers|
Clements Bridgers Memorial# 58620948 buried Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC is my great great grandfather. Thank you for posting a pic of his grave marker.
Would you please send a copy of the pic to me at email@example.com?
Thank you and thank you again for posting the pic to his memorial.
|Benjamin Cooley||Moses Cooley|
Hey Michael I am Ben Cooley from Clara MS and Harbard Cooley is my 5th Great Grandfather, Moses Cooley is my 4th Great Grandfather, A. M. Cooley my 3rd Great Grandfather, Mose Cooley my 2nd Great Grandfather, Felder Cooley my Great Grandfather, McRay Cooley my Grandfather, and Roger Cooley my father.
|Joe Craver - NC Legionnaire||John Chancey|
Thanks for the information, Mike. I have posted the it on Mr. Chancey's memorial bio. Give my regards to Layton.
|Jack Davison||MGEN Stuart Holmes Sherman|
Thanks for the photo of my classmate's grave. Our classmates really appreciate these memorials and the efforts of volunteers like you who enhance them so well with your photos.
|david davis davis||RE: uncle|
My Dad was Jesse c Davis My Granddaddy Was Charles s Davis My Great Granddaddy Was Thomas Davis all born in Wayne co Ms
|david davis davis||RE: dad|
my dad was Jesse c Davis b. 1914 d. 2005
|david davis davis||uncle|
My dad was JESSE C DAVIS BORN IN WAYNE CO MISS 1914 JULIUS A. WEST WAS HIS FIRST COUSION
|Robin Arvickson||James Caveness and John Thift|
Thank you so much for posting these pictures! I'm working on a graves' book for members of Co. L, 22nd NC Infantry and will cite you as the source of these pictures.
Thanks so much for the photos.
Pvt Matthew L. Orr
Added by Michael on Oct 10, 2014 2:48 PM
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