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.
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
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
Neill McNeill Sr. middle name Hi, 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. Thank you
RE: Mary Nicholson 10/12/1800-10/10/1963 That's the one. I couldn't find any reference to her tie with John A. Sr either. Do you know if she had a single tomb stone or not. That was my only hope of finding the tie was if she was on the tombstone with her husband. Thanks
Mary Nicholson 10/12/1800-10/10/1963 Good morning. I am looking for information on Mary Nicholson. She is mentioned in the 1880 census underneath my great great grandfather , John A Nicholson Sr. My Great grandfather was William T. I am stuck on who Mary was. Possible mother to John A Sr? or other relative? I noticed you place a memorial flower on her board and hoping you know more than I do. A few of my siblings and I are coming that way at the end of this month to go graveyard hopping to photograph headstones etc.. on the McDuffies as well as Nicholsons and was hoping to get more info so we could catalog as many as we can while we are there. It seems that the Will T group settled between Gibson, NC and McColl, SC and are buried in the Newton Cemetary across from my grandfathers homestead on 385. Thanks for your help