|Susan I. Grills (#47149766)|
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I was born and raised in Atlanta, but have lived most of my adulthood in Charlotte, North Carolina. Coincidentally I ended up right where my roots are on my father's side of the family. Genealogy is my passion and I never met a cemetery I didn't like. I'm also into historic preservation, both of buildings and the lives of people no longer with us.|
As the daughter of a general and great-granddaughter of 3 Confederate veterans, I like to note military records of veterans on their findagrave memorials.
I welcome corrections/additions, but will no longer link to a "burial unknown" person. I have found this leads to duplicates.
FAMILIES ON MY FATHER'S SIDE: Irwin, DeWeese, Blackwelder, Babcock, Taylor, Wilbon.
FAMILIES ON MY MOTHER'S SIDE: Bryan, Battle, Pope, Atkinson, Yarbrough, Chappell.
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|E. Speed||RE: Memorial #85042482|
I added it
Added by E. Speed on Jun 25, 2016 9:40 AM
|JCox||RE: George & Grace Deaton|
I will fix when I get back home on vacation
I know when I use my iPad the photos are on their side
Have a great summer
Added by JCox on Jun 20, 2016 4:02 PM
|Joan Salgy||Memorial# 89259974 Francis Columbus Mc Intyre|
Awesome work on the memorial for Francis Columbus "Frank" McIntyre! This memorial includes information regarding William Jesse McIntyre, Frank McIntyre's son from his first wife, Nancy Morgan.
I am not related to this McIntyre family, but I thought perhaps a family member would be interested to know that North Carolina Marriages, 1759-1979 lists Nancy Morgan and Francis C. McIntyre married 22 September 1881 at Burnsville Twp., Anson, North Carolina.
One marriage record lists Nancy Morgan's parents as N. K. Morgan and Viney Morgan. Francis C. Mcintyor's parents are listed as Daniel R. Mcintyor and Elizabeth Mcintyor.
Thank you again for your efforts on Find A Grave.
|K Hurst||Lester Bryant Harwell|
Lester & Fannie had 12 children:
Lester Bryant, Jr
Joe b 1926 d 1926
Walter Jack b 8/6/1934
Added by K Hurst on Jun 02, 2016 6:18 AM
|J. Bean||Sharon Memorial|
Thank you SO much for adding the photo for Mary Shope. I REALLY appreciate your time and effort on my behalf! I apologize for my delay in responding.
Added by J. Bean on May 19, 2016 9:01 PM
|Cate Daley||Robbins Family|
Thank you for the Robbins' family grave marker photos. Your time and work are greatly appreciated!
Thanks so much for the picture.....I forwarded it to his son.
|adan||Landon Walker daughter obit|
Susan: This obit in the local paper caught my eye. When I saw she was the daughter of a Walker from North Carolina, I had to check findagrave & lo & behold, her father is 1 of your posts. I assume you want to know. ALLEN WALKER
Added by adan on Apr 17, 2016 11:52 AM
I am sending you a handmade award -
THE MOUNT ZION Mixup Award is awarded to Susan Grillis for her dedication on photographing, correcting, and researching those burials at Mount Zion Community / Methodist Cemeteries.
I know how hard you had to work on these and I was so happy every time I saw an edit or a photo. So glad for all you did so I made you an award! :-)
Added by Lanie on Mar 20, 2016 12:11 PM
|Daylon Thompson||Farrell Carpenter and Mary Rhodes Carpenter, Sunset Memory Gardens, Mint Hill, NC|
I was personally acquainted with Farrell and his wife Mary in the early 50's -- about 1954. They lived on Monroe Road (or the Old Charlotte Highway) between Matthews and Indian Trail, NC. I believe that they were church friends of ours; our families attended the Pleasant Plains Baptist Church near Matthews, NC. They had two daughters. The older daughter was Mary Alice, and the younger was Brenda. When I was about five years old, my mother worked in a spinning mill in Matthews, and she would drop me off at the Carpenter home, where Mary would watch me all day, and I played with Brenda, who was about my age. In about 1962, the Carpenters had moved to the east side of Charlotte, and they lived in a house which would now be just off Brookshire Freeway between the old (round) Charlotte Coliseum and the old Krispy Kreme Doughnut shop. In about 1962, my brother Horace Brown Thompson, Jr. accompanied Mary Alice Carpenter to her school prom. I think that I may still have a couple of photos of them all dressed for the evening. I would love to know whether Brenda or Mary Alice still live in the Charlotte area -- or I would love to be able to contact them! I have "befriended" you, Susan, on FindAGrave. You could perhaps post a note for me on my mother's Find A Grave...Ruth Garmon Thompson Williams.
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