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I believe the ones who have left this life need to be remembered however great or small. Findagrave is a great place to do that with a memorial for them. Linking a family together is truly a great thing to do. Although optional I believe a photo of their marker, a photo of the person, or a little information about the person really adds to the memorial. A flower, flag, ribbon or a note also adds to the memorial.|
A lot of the information I enter is from death certificates, from birth indexes, from census records, and from social security death indexes. Some of this information can be wrong. If you find any errors let me know. I want correct information. If you see duplicate memorials let me know. If you have any information about the people I have entered that you want me to add let me know. If you want a person linked to their parents or spouse let me know.
NOTE: Please use the edit button in the upper right hand corner of the memorial page to send corrections, additional information and link requests. This makes it so much easier for me to add it this way. Thank you for your help with this.
You can use my photos on your family trees. I used to think differently about that but as I get older I see things a little differently now. They are just photos but they can mean a lot to people who can't get to where their family members are resting.
May God bless all those who have helped me with information for the memorials I have entered. If I have offended anybody let me know and I will try to make it right. May God bless everyone who is dedicated to adding memorials to Findagrave. Its not about numbers but about remembering each and every person who has lived. These memorials are not our memorials, they belong to Findagrave. We are just contributors who add the memorials and information and then manage them. Thank you Findagrave for the greatest website on the internet and for letting us be a part of this great website.
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|Wes Wood||William P Crutchfield|
William P Crutchfield # 91633118 had a son from his first marriage. William H Crutchfield #130383603. My stepfather has passed.Could you add him to his father's BIO.
Added by Wes Wood on Sep 21, 2014 2:45 PM
|H. Eddins||Nancy McBride Williams|
Nancy McBride Williams and William Williams had nine children according to the Anson County Heritage Book of 1995. It stated he died while Sherman was still on the march and that she lived another 20 years and died in 1885. Their son, William H. Williams (Dave) (1832 - 1917), was my dad's grandfather. William H. Williams (Dave) was married to Mary Ricketts (1837 - 1909)per family bible. Their daughter, Melvina (1877-1928), was my grandmother who was married to James Riley Eddins, my granfather b. (1878 per 1900 Census). He died in 1945 per his death certificate. The Heritage book also gives the names of Dave and Mary's other children as follows:
Alfred Baucum Williams married to Sallie Williams (cousins)
Martha Ann Williams married to Samuel Williams (cousins)
Irvin Williams, Sr. married to Hannah Campbell
John Ellis Williams married to Sallie White
If you have questions, please call me.
I stumbled upon this website while looking up my mom's childhood church (Poplar Hill United Methodist in Polkton, NC). Because of your updates, I now know the names of my great, great grandparents and a host of other relatives. Thank you for taking the time to photograph these markers and update this information!
Added by cbriden on Aug 31, 2014 2:50 PM
|J. Butler||Butler Markers|
Julious, your profile message is heart-felt. I am so thankful to you and for all that you have contributed. "Thank You"
|Julie A. Hampton||Deep Creek Cemeteries|
I have a research project for you! I found an application for military marker for James Clayton Hunter (#127166773), colored, who is supposed buried at "Deep Creek Colored Baptist Cemetery." Is this cemetery listed on Find A Grave as "Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery" or "West Deep Creek Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery" where his mother is buried? (Mary Hunter, #127167336). I would appreciate a photo if you can locate his marker at either cemetery. Thanks! Julie
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