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Shirley Gragg (#46979665)
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Researcher of Wright, Dickens, Gallimore, and Primm families of Rowan and Davidson County, North Carolina. Also Wright families of Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Missouri.
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Jayne Wright-Allison
Nelson Wright
I changed the information of father to Nelson Wright because he was listed as a son of Richard Sr. and not Richard jr. Sent in the request to have it done. Check it out and you will see that right now...he shows up as a son of Richard Sr.


have a great day...

Jayne (cousin)
Added by Jayne Wright-Allison on May 25, 2015 4:00 PM
Ron Gragg
Edmond Paza Gragg
Thanks, yeah, I realized that... I just had the two pictures mixed up here.

Sorry it took so long to get back to you, and thanks for the heads up.


Added by Ron Gragg on May 19, 2015 8:47 AM
Evelyn Lynch Cochran
RE: Mary Panama Morgan Wright/Wright
Yes, I would like to have a copy of the file. Thanks.
Added by Evelyn Lynch Cochran on May 13, 2015 2:45 PM
Evelyn Lynch Cochran
RE: Mary Panama Morgan Wright/Wright
I will have to look through old notes to see if I have their names.
Added by Evelyn Lynch Cochran on May 13, 2015 11:40 AM
Christina
Candis Wright Suddarth 126418297
Please check out the memorial for Candis Wright Suddarth 126418297 and her family. My husband and I went to the cemetery and found all three Suddarth stones today. I just downloaded pictures on all three meorials. John and Candis' resting places are within a old iron fence. It looks to be all there, with one section leaning against the sided where Candis' stone is leaning. Candis' stone is no longer on the base but complete. John's stone is hard to get the information into focus because it is close to the fence. We both tried different angles. Louis', s/o John and Candis, is out side the iron fence. I hope this helps your group.
Blessings ~ Christina
Added by Christina on Apr 26, 2015 6:38 PM
Christina
Candis Wright Suddarth 126418297
How wonderful of you to get her father a military stone. I am currantly working with a distant cousin on two cemeteries for the same purpose. We are hoping to mark the military veterans that stones are no longer there. So I know where you stand needing information.

I try to enter as many of the older stones in the cemeteries. Many of the stones are hard to read and most just post the easy ones. Someday these old stones may be gone.

The information for Candis' birth and death is from an old Cemetery transcription of stones back in the early 1990s. I do hope this helps.

If I can be of further help please let me know.

Thank you for your sweet note ~ Blessings ~ Christina
Added by Christina on Apr 19, 2015 8:31 PM
Hoosier
RE: Sharing information
Yes my great grandfather did travel back and visited two times. He was able to find his son after he was married and had children. The one son was 12 years old at the time and wrote a letter about what he remembered. I included a transcript of that letter on the memorial of William James Snow, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=37594898

Added by Hoosier on Apr 11, 2015 1:16 PM
Hoosier
RE: Sharing information
I just read your message. I will look into that book. Our family has a 6 brother story. What is sad is that our Grandfather was left behind by his family during the Civil war. We have had some pretty good researchers try to trace his family back with no luck. All we know is that 6 Snow brothers came from England and settled though the southern states of Kentucky & Tennessee. We were able to trace his father out to California and that is it. Thank you for your interest & dedication. Becky
Added by Hoosier on Apr 11, 2015 7:26 AM
Grandpa Zeke
Wrights
Hi Ann,, thanks for the message and link to your ancestry tree. Yes I subscribe there and have probably seen most of what you have but I'll take a look when I have more time. I probably don't have much of anything that would be new to you but I'll be happy to check my records and yes I am more than happy to share. I suppose you know about Michael Cooley's website? he also did quite a bit of research into the Wrights, his website link is...http://ancestraldata.com/ahnentafel/260/...I sometimes find his writing a little difficult to sort through but he seems to know what he's doing.
Added by Grandpa Zeke on Apr 10, 2015 2:09 PM
Grandpa Zeke
Ann Wright
Shirley, I am most grateful for your message re: Ann Wright's gravestone. I figured her stone might not be standing still. Ann and Richard Wright are my x6 great-grandparents. I descend through their son William. I am adding what you wrote in your message to my records, actually sometimes these stories are the most interesting part of research. Thanks again and happy hunting!
Added by Grandpa Zeke on Apr 09, 2015 9:02 AM
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