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|Jane Williams||Maderia Bunnell|
Thanks for attaching Maderia Bunnell to her parents Andrew Jackson Bunnell and Somerville Shelton Buunnell. And thank you for all the great work you have done.
Oh, by the way, can you remove from your bio the incorrect father of Maderia?
|Crevs||RE: Nancy Evans|
Thanks for the response! I don't have any memorial numbers for those specific people as I am doing research on Ancestry.com and using Find A Grave as a resource. There are several grave memorials on here that I believe I have matched to my family members but have just started doing the family research idea, so I am not sure how accurate I am or how to proceed. I reached out to the person with those memorials listed as well as you. I saw you had a few Evans' listed in the Virginia area, which I know my family is from the Gates County, NC / Suffolky, VA areas. I believe you had a few listings in an Evans-Harrell cemetery which I find interesting since I have family in both lines on both sides of my family.
I will keep doing research to see if I can find more relatives and if I link any to your sites, I will let you know! Thanks!
Added by Crevs on Oct 11, 2016 7:38 AM
I was curious if you could share more information on Nancy Evans. I am tracing back my family to Gates County and have a Willis Evans with a brother James Evans and sister "Kiddy" Evans. In the records I find, I see a Nancy Evans born around 1840, but am not sure if this is related.
Added by Crevs on Oct 10, 2016 1:16 PM
|David Dodd||RE: Thanks for taking multiple pictues of the Patterson's marker|
Sorry for the delay in getting it all done. Got started and then interrupted.
If you would like copies of the trigonal photos, send me an e-mail (On my bio page)
|Robert Mitchell Bailey||Forest Lawn Masons|
|Robert Mitchell Bailey||Elmwood Cemetery Mason family plots|
Thank you for your kind generosity and work.
|Robert Mitchell Bailey||Mary Jane Dixon Monroe plot 159343853|
Thank you very much for giving me information on where her plot is. She is my 3rd great grandmother. I am still looking for information on her husband William James Monroe Sr. who died before 1870. Do you happen to know if he is buried there with her? Thank you for all your help.
|Caryn Shill-Ayscue||Eddie Hubbard|
Thanks for the info. I deleted the other one. Thanks for all your hard work on Find a Grave
|Bob Olsen||J Stuart- Hollywood|
" Little Jeb" son of JEB Stuart II Born Aug 1887 died July 1888
Buried in Section DE 14 rear center of lot
Also buried in the Section is JEB III rear left
JEB II is buried in Arlington
JEB IV is alive living in Richmond 80 years old
JEB V is an orthopedic surgeon in Richmond, operated on my left hand in 2015
JEB VI is a firefighter for the National Park Service, Last known to be fighting fires in Montana
|TRisser||Lucy Spiers Grave|
Thanks for doing all you possibly could to find Lucy's headstone. It is greatly appreciated.
Added by TRisser on Aug 11, 2016 10:29 AM
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