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Amy Y. Jones (#46881695)
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Bio Photo I live in Rock Hill, SC but my relatives are from several counties in North and South Carolina. The main counties are Chester, Laurens, Greenville, and Spartanburg, SC as well as Caswell, Catawba, Randolph, Guilford, and Mecklenburg, NC.

I am trying to get every grave at Brushy Fork Baptist Church and Calvary Baptist Church cemeteries in Chester, SC added to Find a Grave.
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Suzzette G Yandle
RE: William M. Yandell, Jr.
My husband was a Yandle, descendant of Charles Lester Yandle of Union County, NC and Charles' wife Mary Magdalene nee Tartt. I have researched the Yandle / Yandell, etc family for many years. It seems all Yandles, with any spelling, are kin if the family was in America by the early 1800's. With all the research that I have done, I still have not been able to go over the ocean to the country of origin. It is believed the family was of Welsh origin. I think some of the problem with finding records could be because of a spelling variation of the surname that may been "strange" to us if it was Welsh. I did my husband's DNA for "place of origin" before he died in Jan 2013. The results for his DNA through Ancestry.com was 98% British Isles. No surprise there. But it gives me a good feeling to know I'm going in the right direction for his origin. Suzzette
Added by Suzzette G Yandle on Jul 14, 2014 8:12 PM
Herman Childs
RE: William McCollum
William "Big Bill" McCollum, Sr
- www.findagrave.com / Memorial #: 88275542

Have corrected year of birth from 1826 to 1825 as on gravestone on Ancestry page and Find-A-Grave memorial page.

Thank you so much for pointing this out to me - really appreciate it.

Herman Childs
E-mail: HChilds@cfl.rr.com
Added by Herman Childs on Jul 05, 2014 9:30 PM
Cindy
RE: Robert McFadden
Hi Amy,

Yes, He is my maternal grandfather's uncle. The only photograph that I have of him is one that was taken with the whole family. It' s not a close up shot of him nor is it very clear but I do plan to post it at a later time when I can do some editing and try to identify as many family members as possible. I will ask some of my relatives if they have any photos of him and if so, I will certainly post them. The memorial project sounds very interesting and I would like to know more about it if you would like to share any info. The photos that you posted of him are wonderful and thank you for your contributions to his memorial.

Cindy
Added by Cindy on Jun 07, 2014 6:03 PM
Bhop42
RE: Ora Warmouth / Warmoth
I do not know for sure because I did not know her.
Her husband James Randolph is buried in Laurelwood Cemetery in Rock Hill and his Grave spelling is Warmoth. Her daughter Lillian Spelled it Warmoth. She married Robert Clayton Casebolt. Lillian is also buried at Calvary. The Find a Grave record does not show a photo, but it has Lillian Warmouth listed as her name.

I know for a fact that the correct spelling is Warmoth because my Mother's maiden name is Warmoth.
She and James Randolph are ist cousins.
Added by Bhop42 on May 29, 2014 6:23 PM
Suzzette G Yandle
RE: William M. Yandell, Jr.
Glad I could help. More research needs to be done to confirm Myers as the middle name. Since I have been doing a good deal of newspaper research lately, I have found the newspaper write-ups have lots of errors in them.

My husband, now deceased, belonged to the Sherrod/Sherred Yandle line in Union County, NC.

Have a great week-end. Suzzette
Added by Suzzette G Yandle on May 01, 2014 8:45 AM
Herman Childs
RE: William McCollum
Corrected, thank you for your help. Please let met know if you see any other information that needs correcting.

Thank you

Herman Childs
E-mail: HChilds@cfl.rr.com or thru
Ancestery.com or Find A Grave Message Board
Added by Herman Childs on May 01, 2014 8:40 AM
Ella Griffiths
RE: James Cooper
Thank You for the link.
Added by Ella Griffiths on Apr 02, 2014 3:54 AM
Barbara Nichols
RE: William McCollum
I am sorry I made a mistake. His father, Henry lived in SC but died on his visit to AL to see family members. We do not know where he was buried.
Added by Barbara Nichols on Feb 18, 2014 11:11 AM
Barbara Nichols
RE: William McCollum
Thank you, William is a cousin.
Would love to have a transfer if you would.
We do not know where his father was buried, he died on the way home from a visit with family in SC.
Added by Barbara Nichols on Feb 16, 2014 5:23 PM
ROSE M TERRY
RE: William Olin Cook
HELLO. Yes I am Lonnie Cook's daughter Rosemarie. I knew Jean. She was so pretty. I talked with Uncle Alden's daughter Eloise a couple of nights ago. We just don't seem to stay in touch. Thanks for doing such a good job on The Find A Grave. I am really interested and we are doing a lot of ancestor research for the Cooks & Voyles families. Click on some of the links under Uncle Olin's parents and I have completed some of the relatives. If I can do anything to help, let me know. I am working on Uncle Alden's side for the grave sites.
Added by ROSE M TERRY on Oct 15, 2013 5:38 PM
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