|BF McLaughlin (#46489318)|
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Family history is fascinating. Really enjoy researching it. If you ever need help from me, hit me up and I'll be glad to help you out -- whether its transferring or adding something to a memorial. I'd be glad to do it, I didn't create these memorials to horde them. This is a wonderful online tool and I'm willing to share my work with other enthusiastic distant cousins.|
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OK, changes made. I am related to Betty Bitz (Ray's wife), but I figured out his parent links.
|Frederick Porter||RE: Hey Fred!|
Thanks for the heads-up,
I have removed Fred from the cemetery.
|David Edsall||Cynthia & John Douglass|
Hi - They are yours. Children optional. Glad I can help. David
|David Edsall||RE: Nice work!|
Thank you. Who are the ancestors you refer to? I'd be glad to transfer them to you, if you wish. David
Thanks for the info, I have added the link.
|Vickye Blatherwick||Mary A Little Floyd|
You requested link for her mother. My records show that her mother's name was Rosana.
You have requested link to Maria C Armour Little
Could you please give sources. Thank you.
|Gary Ayers||RE: Thanks!|
You are most welcome. Glad to help.
|M. Brownson||RE: Your pix....|
We cleaned the stones with water and a stiff bristle brush if needed; then some we re-wet depending if the lettering was raised or engraved; and others we chalked a bit. I was happy to do it as my great-grandmother married a Gaston, descendant of James Gaston and Catherine Creighton in Wayne County, IL. She died in 1976, a much-beloved lady. James was William's brother - he moved one county further on to Marion. They were really a fine bunch of brothers who risked all during the Revolutionary War.
|Marcerino||RE: William Martin|
In the past I've looked through Paul's Graveyard as I know they were Covenanters as was most of my Father's family but haven't found any connections. Most of my family line is in what F.A.G calls Old Covenanter Cemetery also known as the Rocky Creek or Old Brick Cemetery near Chester. The majority of that congregation moved as a group to Ohio in 1832. The families intermarried within the congregation both in South Carolina and in Ohio so I have numerous names from both places including McMillans, Coopers and William King who are all in the Old Brick/Covenanter Cemetery as well as Coopers, Stormonts, McDills, McQuistons and Mary Martin Cooper who appears to be William Martin's daughter in Cedarville, Ohio. When I discovered Mary I realized I needed to visit William Martin's resting place.
|Marcerino||RE: William Martin|
Hello again. It occurred to me that you are a distant cousin through the Storments. Let me know.
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