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I've been researching my family for many years and have found Findagrave to be invaluable. Many of my memorials have been entered from transcripts and I have not seen the actual headstone. If you post a headstone photo to a memorial, and there is a difference in info, please send an edit and let me know. Please do not post a death certificate to a memorial that I manage. If there is information on the d/c that I have not listed, send a SAC and I'll add it. The death certificate does not add anything to the memorial that can't be put in the bio. If there is some question as to the burial of the person, I can add "death certificate states burial in XYZ cemetery" to the bio. Thanks!|
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|Jackie||RE: Clara Brickhouse|
Thanks, Joni! Thank you spending the time to add all these memorials - it makes adding pictures so much easier. If you need any pics in the Tyrrell/Washington County area, just let me know. Jackie
Added by Jackie on Jul 19, 2016 5:42 AM
|Julious||RE: Julius and Mary Garris|
I made a note in the bio about the dates. I did not change the dates because that is what is on the stone. Sometimes documents are incorrect. Sometimes stones are incorrect. So which is incorrect. I don't know so I leave the stone and make the note.
Added by Julious on Jul 11, 2016 6:04 AM
|Linda Glover||RE: Rhonda McDonald|
Thank you so much. You are very kind and generous and God will bless you.
|Linda Glover||Rhonda McDonoald|
Hey Joni, I writing to request you to transfer her memorial to me. She was the best friend I ever had and when she got killed that day it killed a part of me. I would like to be able to do something for her since she is gone. No one could have ever asked or wanted a better friend. Thank you for your consideration and I'll understand your decision. Thanks Linda Glover
|Stephen Diggs||RE: James Hugh Webb|
I wanted to let you know that I spoke too soon about the grave of JH Webb at Marks Creek Presbyterian Cemetery. I've been in touch with the cemetery caretakers, and they assure me that his and his wife's graves are there. Please forgive my mistake.
I am going to visit Richmond County again later this spring, and will make arrangments to have the caretaker show me the graves. I'll take pictures and submit them to you for addition to their profiles.
|Stephen Diggs||RE: James Hugh Webb|
Thanks for sharing your source info, Joni. I will keep looking and let you know if I come up with anything.
|Stephen Diggs||James Hugh Webb|
You list JH Webb (Memorial# 126185503) as buried in Mark's Creek Presbyterian Church. I visited the Church Cemetery today. There are no Webb family members buried in this cemetery, and also no Sanford family either. (James wife was a Sanford.) I spoke with several current church members during the visit, and they confirmed that no Webb family was buried there. There is only one other church in a 5 mile radius, that being Boyd Lake Church of God; they don't have a cemetery at all.
My interest in JH Webb relates to my father James Webb Diggs Sr. being named after him. That's because his mother Francis Alice Ussery Diggs was raised by JH after her mother died.
I will be back in the area later in the spring, and would be happy to try to find JH Webb's grave. Any comments and suggestions as to where to look would be appreciated.
Stephen Diggs #48943867
|Sue K||Yur Little line|
You have Isabel Medlin b 1829. Where was she born and her parents if you can share please. I have a little line and a Medlin line. Interesting you do too. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you, Sue K
Added by Sue K on Sep 30, 2015 5:07 PM
|Herta Renz||Finley McSween|
Just a quick question on the photos of Finley McSween's grave. I can read part of it, but do you happen to know what both sides of the gravestone say in full? There is a high probability that this is my 7th great-grandfather and I would like to know more.
|Roberta Burnett||RE: Owen Slaughte & Slaughter Cemetery|
Joni, that's fantastic.
I have one fairly modern Slaughter in my tree, someone who married a Weeks. The Caney Creek cemetary they were buried in (long dissolved into the earth, I presume) is photographed thus: A lot of greenery, bushy, no landscape, with a wooden gate in it, wide enough to drive a horse and cart through. It's a reminder that "Ashes to ashes and dust to dust" ain't jus' a woofin'.
Thanks for your work and perseverance.
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