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LSP (#46860931)
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Bio Photo I'm doing my best to connect family links (parents and children) to my kin (direct and collateral) and really appreciate all who have kindly added the connections for me. I'm glad to add yours also.

I so appreciate all the volunteer photographers who take the time and TLC to go out and take the grave photos. For hard to read older graves, RB suggests a way to photograph the visually missing data. She suggests using a mirror and reflecting the sun onto the hard to read area. You can even use two mirrors if you need to twist the sun's direction.

If you're interested in the symbols found on gravestones, check out two good sites at http://iagenweb.org/ringgold/cemeteries/gravestonesymbols.html and
http://www.graveaddiction.com/symbol.html Neat informative sites. Are you a taphophile or tombstone tourist?

Check out Scotch-Irish Presbyterians From Ulster to Rockbridge, by Angela M. Ruley, 3 October 1993. Angela headed the Rockbridge Area Genealogy Society and wrote several impressive publications on Rockbridge Co.
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~varockbr/scotpres.htm. This well written article combines pretty much everything I've found and more.

I welcome all additions, connections, corrections or changes and transfers so please feel free to contact me.

Photos:"...The copyright of all photos posted to Find A Grave remains with the original submitter. No use of photos (or material) for any other website or personal use is given without prior consent of the original submitter."

CONTACT ME FOR GENEALOGICAL HIRE for research, especially in VA/MD/PA, through any of my memorials.

Please send REQUESTS for CORRECTIONS, CHANGES OR TRANSFERS through the EDIT feature on the specific memorial (top right).

Please let me know if you catch my errors, I missed them. Mea maxima culpa

Leave Public Message below with FINDAGRAVE MEMORIAL # or if any CHANGES or ADDITIONS are requested, please leave them on a specific Findagrave site for me, using the EDIT key.
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Scott Hutchison
William Mitchell-Lexington
Death date corrected. All you did was put shaving cream on stone,no rubbing at all? Amazing!!
Added by Scott Hutchison on May 22, 2015 8:54 AM
Amy Robbins-Tjaden
RE: Dr. Clark Wang
The green part of the cemetery is quite peaceful and lovely but the many trees make all the photos come out almost in black and white. I go there often just to reflect and will keep trying to get a better photo to add to his memorial.
Added by Amy Robbins-Tjaden on May 20, 2015 6:26 PM
greatscot
RE: Anna G WIllson McClung
Wilson (or Willson) was her maiden name. Since her gravestone reads "Wilson," I guess that's the one to go by. Thanks for checking.
Added by greatscot on May 20, 2015 5:25 PM
elarpe
Mary Talbott 95626628
I never post complete obituaries, as it is against Find-a-Grave guidelines, and for good reason. If you are a close family member, I would be happy to make a transfer. Very best wishes and thanks for your efforts.
Added by elarpe on May 20, 2015 3:25 AM
LNM
RE: 140078547 Ann McNutt Lothery
Thanks so much for the grave location for this lady! I have updated her memorial.
Added by LNM on May 18, 2015 6:17 PM
John Field Pankow
Sarah Ruffner Campbell # 27917694
Dear LSP,
Thank you so much!!! I just found the links you'd sent through Find A Grave for Sarah Ruffner Campbell to her parents in the Stonewall Jackson Cemetery, Lexington, Virginia. Because of the links you sent, I was also able to link Mrs. Campbell's husband, the Rev. Dr. R. F. Campbell to his parents, who are also buried in the Lexington cemetery, and found where you'd added a memorial to Dr. & Mrs. Campbell's baby son that died.
This is all very neat to me. I grew up in the First Presbyterian Church in Asheville, NC, were Dr. Campbell had been minister for many, many years (long before I was born), but folks often spoke both of him and of Mrs. Campbell when I was growing up....and then, I attended college at Washington & Lee in Lexington, Class of 1987. In fact, I lived for a time quite near the cemetery, and would walk over there and visit the graves of the Confederate heroes. (I am distantly kin to Mrs. T. J. "Stonewall" Jackson.)
Interestingly, long after I left W & L, I discovered possible family connections of my own to the area. I think my 5th great grandfather, Judge Robert Lindsay (c. 1735-1801), of Guilford Co., NC, sent at least two of his sons, John A. Lindsay (1767-1828) and Robert Lindsay, Jr. (1776-1818), to Lexington for their educations. I think the Lindsays came originally from the MD/PA border area, but wonder if they spent some time in Virginia on the way to NC. My Stearns/Starnes, Field and Elswick ancestors also lived in the area. (I wish I'd known all that when I was in school up there!)
Best Regards,
John Field Pankow
Asheville, NC
Added by John Field Pankow on May 15, 2015 6:04 AM
Alison Painter
Frances Smiley
Memorial #63986126, if you want to correct her name to read Elizabeth (Betsy) Frances Buchanan it would be appreciated. Thank you.
Added by Alison Painter on May 10, 2015 12:34 PM
Aggie Reynolds
Emma Hughes
This is in response to your message about my great grandmother Emma Hughes. Sorry, I know you said leave comment under the edit feature but I could not get this to work for me.

Emma Ayers married twice, the first time to Robert Newton Moore and the second time to Reeves Edward Hughes. One child of Emma and Robert's was my grandmother, Elizabeth Agnes Moore.

The second husband, Reeves was several years younger than Emma. When Emma died July 6, 1926, she was buried in Timber Ridge ARP Presbyterian Church, Lexington VA.

Reeves died September, 1938 and as you know is in Stonewall Jackson Cemetery. After Emma died Reeves married Elizabeth Jane Clark. Thus, the confusion with my grandmother Elizabeth Agnes Moore who has the same birth year with Elizabeth Clark of 1892.

I am not sure where the second wife of Reeves is buried. Elizabeth Clark either married a Mutispaugh before or after Reeves, don't know which.

But one thing for sure, Emma's child Elizabeth Agnes Moore is NOT buried beside Reeves Hughes. That gravestone was for Reeves second wife Elizabeth Jane Clark.

Elizabeth Agnes Moore Cabaniss Anderson died September 9, 1967 and is buried in Clover Cemetery, Clover, VA.

Hope this helps with your research. My tree is on Ancestry.com. Let me know if I can help further and thanks for all your hard work.
Added by Aggie Reynolds on May 07, 2015 6:08 AM
Barbara Chittum Hutchens
Stonewall Jackson
I sure hope you are taking pictures at Stonewall.

barb
Added by Barbara Chittum Hutchens on May 01, 2015 5:54 AM
FamilySleuth
Col Joaquin Ponce
The additional information has been added to the memorial. My apologies for the delay.
Added by FamilySleuth on Apr 28, 2015 11:11 AM
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