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Currently in the Alexandria, Virginia area most of the time; Fredericksburg on occasion. Let me know what I can help with and I'll give it a shot!|
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I declined the edit because no proof was offered. The Riddles are relatives of mine. So many people want to add information to memorials that is incorrect or bogus. Just recently sent a SAC to a member who linked a 6 moth old baby to a 8 year old child as being married to each other. Not all those leaves are correct, some are really poison ivy.
I am familiar with Nat Riddle and many other Riddles, Pattishalls, Wombles and Wickers as they are related and married each other.
Now that proof has been submitted I will reconsider the info.
Hope you understand my hesitation to make edits just because someone says it is correct.
Added by ncsearch on Jul 14, 2014 9:26 AM
|Suzanne||Re Thomas Arnold DeMille|
Here is his death notice which gives his burial as North Carolina - hope this is of help to you.
"Demill, Jan. 6, 1877, Thomas A. Demill, aged 78 years. Funeral services at his late residence, 72 Patchen av., Brooklyn, at 3:00 p.m. The remains will be taken to Washington, North Carolina, for interment." New York Herald, Wed., Jan. 10, 1877
Added by Suzanne on Apr 15, 2014 10:04 AM
|hyde park girl scout||RE: Helen C. Fink|
You are so welcome. Glad that I can help someone find family so no one is forgotten. I transferred Helen's memorial to you, as I feel family should be with family! Hyde Park Girl Scout
|Sandra Blake||Jesse Andrews|
I have transferred Jesse to you and am glad to do it. I think if its possible all should be with family. I just happened to be taking pictures for others at the cemetery and always take some of the surroundings just in case.
|Jessie Clarkson||Thomas and Amanda Dove Brown|
Thank you for updateing their memorials!
|Amy Caddell||Dr David Thomas Tayloe, Sr 77056102|
|Anonymous||question where did info come from i a blood line to the jarboe of md and wdc .|
Col James Jarboe
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Taken from Records at the Church/Cemetery...
During the War of 1812, served as a Captain in the 5th Brigade, 12th Regiment and was stationed at Cedar Point, Clifton Factor and from Herring Creek to St. Inigoes. Ninety-six men served in his command. He was appointed Judge of the Orphans Court in 1839 but declined. Colonel Jarboe married Catherine, granddaughter of Major Nicholas Sewall.
Note: Have seen name spelled as "Jarbeo" as well - see War of 1812 marker - but was probably a mistake.
are you a jarboe .
I just transferred to you ..you can fix the memorial the way it should be!
|Jan Wigley||RE: Bean Family Transfers|
You are very welcome!!
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