|Jo Terry ღ (#47030398)|
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Family historian/genealogist researching the North Carolina Sandhills region, specifically Richmond, Robeson and Moore Counties; the history, geography and peoples of America, Scotland, England, Poland, Belarus. Also Italy for Hubby. |
Lines of Descent: Sabat, Maliawsky, Terry, McLeod, McDonald, Crowson, Gibson, Oliver, Raiford, Dawkins, Bennett, McCormack
Husband's Lineage: Del Corio, Pascale, Marcovecchio, Panelli, Miller and adopted into Boras, Duvak
~ My Special Parents ~
Laura Terry McLeod Maliawski
Permission is given to copy photos for your personal use.
I will transfer memorials to family or friend.
If you copy bio info, please include its source, i.e., a link or citation back to the Findagrave memorial.
My direct line ancestors are sponsored. Most other sponsorships are for extended family members who died without issue.
For transfers or to provide additional information/links or to correct an error, please use the "Edit" tab found at the upper right of each memorial. Findagrave will notify me and provide a link directly to the Memorial. Thank you!
'If you would know strength and patience, welcome the company of trees.' ~ Hal Borland
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|Joni||Ida Marks McDonald|
Hi Jo, can you give some documentation to Ida McDonald being born in Stanly County? I was sent a prior edit for her being born in Mississippi, and the 1910 and the 1930 census both say Mississippi. The 1920 census states NC. I assumed the edit was from someone researching that family. Thanks.
Added by Joni on May 06, 2016 10:33 PM
|Lily Virdell||RE: Little Oscar Long Dead|
Thanks for adding the obit. You see what I mean about it being so sweet. The flower you added was pitch-perfect also. Thanks again, Lily
|Lily Virdell||Little Oscar Long Dead|
Dear Jo Terry, I came across this headline when doing research on Chronicling America. They really needed a comma after Long. Anyhow, it was the sweetest obituary for a little 2 yr. old who died in 1918. I would love for it to be added to his memorial#72112795, which you created. Would you like me to send it as a SAC edit or you could transfer and I could type it in and transfer back to you as I don't want the memorial. Then, of course, you could decide what you think. Lily
Thanks for the help on the edit. I live in eastern Moore County. If you need any help in this area, will be glad to help.
|Valenciaღ Asiaღ Angel of Mine💕||Thank you Jo|
For visiting my loved ones, hope you had a very Merry Christmas
|Pamela Hayes||RE: Walter Stephen Hayes|
Thank you for all you did. I meant to get to this site before now, but am glad to have updated it.
I was blessed to have spent fifteen glorious years loving him and to have been his wife.
|Bonnie Miller||Lizzie Sanford McPherson # 65974210|
Thanks for letting me know about the photo of Lizzie Sanford McPherson. It turns out, I had entered the wrong caption - I've fixed that :)
|RogerRoger Kroninger||Betty Kroninger|
I am son of Betty James beal Kroninger, i would like to manage my mothers memorial Roger Kroninger thank you
|Paul ||James Archie Easterling 56305713|
Article in local webpaper 'PeeDeePost' you may be interested in:
Added by Paul on May 26, 2015 9:14 PM
|geneputer||Neill McNeill Sr. middle name|
I am interested in your source for Neill Sr.'s middle name "Archibald". I have never seen anything intimating he had a middle name. Jr. on the other hand does appear in Civil war records with an A.
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