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|J. Novotny||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for the transfer and also for transcribing the obit! You are awesome.
|Susan M. Alexander||Henry W. Harmon|
Thank you so much for putting up the information about Henry W. Harmon's grave. The stones for the Harmon family have no names or numbers on them except for Jerry Harmon.
Thanks to you, I now know who is in another grave of the five stones there. My gg-grandparents, William B. & Pollyana Englebert Harmon are two of the others. Three down and two to go.
|Stan Jett||Garland Pollard Morgan I|
GARLAND Pollard MORGAN, 10320 Matchlock Drive, Orlando, passed Saturday.
Born in Danville, Va., he moved to Orlando from Bowie, Md., in 1981. He was retired from the U.S. Civil Service and was a member of Pine Castle United Methodist Church, Orlando. He was an instructor at the Orlando Navy Flying Club, an associate member of the Fraternal Order of Police, a World War II Navy veteran and an Air Force veteran.
Survivors: wife, Dorothy; sons, Garland P. II, Bowie, Jeffrey M., Las Vegas, Nev.; brothers, John P., Oxon Hill, Md., Arch C., Greensboro, N.C.; sister, Lois Hellams, Laurens, S.C.; mother, Blanche, Bowie; five grandchildren.
• Born: Jan 25, 1925
• Deceased: Aug 30, 1986
• Location: Orlando, FL
|Stan Jett||Garland Pollard Morgan II|
I located an obit of his father but no info where the father is deterred. Any chance you would know and I can send you the obit? Thanks
|Gathering Roots||Dora A Kline Peer|
When I made this the other dora wasnt in Cemetery.Stars&Bucks had deleted her thousands of memorials well Find A Grave got this ???Idea to reactivate them all and its the old memorials with the old dates I have so far deleted 1000 of my memorials and have 19,000 to go If you look in all the shenandoah cemeteries they are now mostly doubles,I Even sent in 1000 or more to have them merge some and its been quite awhile and still they aint merged yet.I am trying to keep up with the numerous complaints now that they uploaded all these memorrials.I am taking merging orders in order so it could take months till you see this one merged and I am not deleting anymore of my work Thanks
Who knows? The Johannes (John) who signed the will is designated as his father's first born and Johannes (John) signs the legal paperwork as executor upon completion of his duties.
What is the source of the information that you have? How is his father named? Is his mother also named?
|Ed Townsend||John Q A Stovall|
I have had contact with a descendant of this John.She has been researching this and feels the nephew ,John Quincy Stovall, was the one in the war. He was also from VA and was younger. She has more info, which is too long to post here. If you are working on this family you may want to contact this person or I could e-mail it to you.
|Ed Townsend||John Stovall|
The burial records for Greenhill show a burial for J Q Stovall on Ap 30 1884,age 64. There are none for 1917.
Since the grave marker is consistent with the burial records, I don't think I can add your information at this time.
He most likely was in the Civil War and I would like to add that. Can you verify that for me?
|Shawn Costley||RE: John Costley|
I would greatly appreciate it if you would do that. John is one of my distant uncles. So any info you can send me would be appreciated.
I actually went to Gettysburg to the Lincoln Cemetary on Sunday. I was in the area on business and wanted to take the opportunity to go by there. Unfortunately, there's no gravestone there with his name on it. I spoke to the caretaker who also said that John Costley was not buried there. However, what she did say was that there were one or two smaller colored cemeteries where he may have been buried. I'll have to continue to do the research and see what I can find.
Again, appreciate anything you can send!
Hi Max, I declined the edit for Gayetta Grimes, I see she is already linked to spouse. I added a headstone photo for Marlin Grimes. The headstone is located in St. Paul's "The Pines" Cemetery near New Oxford.
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