|earl jenkins (#47036425)|
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I AM 68 YEARS OLD AND LIVE IN CANTON,GA STARTED LOOKING AT THIS SITE OVER 6 YEARs AGO.AND CAN'T GET ENOUGH.I LOVE OLD CEMETARIES AND THERE ARE ALOT OF THEM IN GEORGIA.I AM DOING RESEARCH ON ALL OF MY FAMILY.WE ARE FROM VIRGINIA AND LIVED IN THE SHENADOAH VALLEY.VISIT MY GRAND PARENTS SITE AND ALL OF THE OTHER SITES OF MY FAMILY|
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|Dogwalker 41||RE: dot foster,charlie foster and sarah foster|
You are welcome. This is a very nice cemetery.
|David McInturff||RE: skilly mcinturff|
Great. I look forward to getting whatever info you have.
I live in the Springfield-Arlington area, which is a suburb of Washington, DC in northern Virginia.
IMO, the results of DNA testing from 23andme are much better and more useful than from Ancestry.
|David McInturff||RE: skilly mcinturff|
Yes, I am related to Skilly McInturff, but without more of his information (parents, grandparents, dates), I don't know how. All McInturffs are related to each other, those of the Shenandoah valley more closely than others. If you could provide some of that info, I could most likely give you the exact connection, because I have a fairly large family database. Skilly sounds like a nickname, so if it is, I'd need his given name.
I also noticed that I have 34 Jenkins's in my database, but not Earl W. Do you know his paternal grandfather? The two oldest Jenkins's I have are R L "Fate" Jenkins (1875-1960), whose wife's mother was a McInturff, and William M Jenkins (~1875-?), whose wife was a McInturff. If either of these two were related to Earl W, then we are also cousins.
On another issue, I don't know if you have ever considered having your DNA tested for genealogical purposes or not. If you have and if you have the financial means (about $100 a pop, but with discounts for additional folks being ordered at the same time), I would suggest www.23andme.com (with which I have no financial connection). For some reason they don't seem to advertise. Anyway, my wife and I did both Ancestry's and 23andme's DNA testing, and the latter's results were far more detailed and interesting. We're finding distant relatives, but so far none of them have done any genealogical research so I am unable to connect them to my family tree. It would be interesting to see how our DNA strands match.
|Christy Burke||Earl W Jenkins|
I'm glad that you have found your fathers grave site. When the weather is better I can see what others are buried around him. I'm working on the whole H section right now. Also if you go to http://www.mthebroncemetery.org/list.php you can check burial recorded for most people buried in Mount Hebron Cemetery and see if your Aunt Doris and Uncle Jim are buried there. I also can turn the memorial for your father other to you if you would like to take care of it.Christy
Hey - I checked today at Sherwood for Sabrina's marker and one hasn't been placed yet. I will continue to check back as promised.
Hi - I grew up with Sabrina Jacobs Radam and know where she is buried. I checked a few weeks ago and there isn't a marker yet. I will keep checking back and will fulfill your photo request once I find it is there. She is buried with her Smallwood grandparents. I added their entries to Find A Grave.
|K.C. Collins||RE: peter graves|
I am sorry I just got back to your message. I really don't go on this site too often, but FOUR YEARS! GEEZ!!!
As I'm sure you know Peter has passed on, and now I have the huge urge to watch Fury. I hope life is treating you well in GA.
|Lynda Gibbs||RE: your work at find a grave|
I love what I am doing also. I leave the picture takings to those that can do it well. We do appreciate what you do also.
|Martha Halden||Tommie Mae & Earl F Wheeler|
Thank you for taking your time to photograph the tombstone of Tommie Mae Boling Wheeler and her husband, Earl F Wheeler and posting on this website.
|Lynda Gibbs||RE: darrell and eloise brock|
Thanks Earl, Eloise was my Mom's 2nd cousin. I met her once.
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