|DebbieLee (Graveyard Granny) (#47744353)|
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If you find any of my memorials that you would like to be transferred pleased do not hesitate to let me know. I think family & friends belong with family & friends. |
I will be happy to transfer them unless they are in my family!
Please feel free to use any of my photos! It is a honor to me that you want to!
I got a new name over Christmas! I'm now being called "Graveyard Granny"!
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|Rich Kreiss||The Burger Babies|
Debbie - The birth year is in error for one of the infants. I've seen it happen before but I don't know which one it is.
Thank you for transferring the Fryes to me.
Added by jimmy on Feb 02, 2016 5:06 AM
|Barbara Reid Ruiz||Clingman Cemetery|
The 1939 Survey of Forsyth County Cemeteries listed this cemetery as:
Poindexter Graveyard, on county road from
Louisville, Forsyth County, N.C. to
Huntsville, on north side of road, about
one-half mile east of the Yadkin River bridge.
[Please add this to the description of the cemetery as it has apparently changed names and perhaps county since that publication]
|Bob Carter||RE: Temperance Hutchans Mikles|
Yes, the spelling of that name is often mispronounced and mispelled, but in those days they wrote it as they heard it. :-) I've seen it as Hutchens, Hutchins, or Houchens, etc. Most of the names now in Yadkin and Surry are Hutchens and to a lesser extent Hutchins. One of my ancestors in Bryan County, GA shows as "Cardor", and not Carter, and it took me forever to find him on the census.
|KATHY||Edgbert Paul Hamby (#133493551)|
Good evening DebbieLee (Graveyard Granny). I wanted to thank you so much for the gravemarker photo you added to Mr. Hamby's memorial today. My gosh, that was fast ... I just added his memorial yesterday. You were really on top of things, and I greatly appreciate it!
He served in the same World War II combat outfit as did my beloved late father (the 325th GIR). I am doing all I can to find, honor, and/or memorialize as many of these brave soldiers as I can locate, whether or not they paid the Ultimate Sacrifice, came home and lived to a ripe old age (like my Daddy), or anything in between.
Thank you again, and I am truly grateful for your kindness and thoughtfulness. Take care!
Added by KATHY on Jul 29, 2014 10:06 PM