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I've been doing Genealogy since 2009. I have researched both sides of my Family Tree and found many, many interesting people, stories, Family Histories ... I've met a lot of wonderful people and have had some very interesting talks, listening to stories about people I'm related to, as well as stories about people not in my Family. I have also met many distant cousins who have become good friends.|
My Family names on my Father's Paternal side are Mecum, Morris, Campbell, Hammack, Wilkerson, Walker, Perry, and Watson in Forsyth, Stokes, and Guilford Counties in North Carolina. On his Maternal side are Crayton, Efird, Page, Smith, Culp, Coble, Cagle and Harward in Stanly County in North Carolina. On my Mother's Paternal side the names are O'Neal, Harlan, Keller, Bunten, Osborn, Duncan, and Robinson in Putnam and Hendricks Counties in Central Indiana, and Harris in Kentucky. On her Maternal side are Noland, Matthews, Chenowith, Mowbray, Bachtenkircher, and Lister in White, Jasper, and Pulaski Counties in Northern Indiana, Beach in West Virginia and Ohio, and Heil/Hile/Hyle in Pennsylvania.
If you are related, please contact me. I love meeting new cousins! If I can help you, please ask. I love to help people find their own Family Histories. And please use any pictures, stories, etc. that I have posted here in any way that you see fit. We are all Family, they belong to all of us!
I look forward to hearing from you!
Carolyn Marie Mecum Pinkerton
PS As a result of something that just happened to me, yes, I will link people, no proof needed. If you want to link people, then obviously you've done your homework. AND, I am related either by blood or marriage to everyone I've made a Memorial for. However, if I have a person who is a closer relation to you, yes, I will transfer them to you. I'm not looking for numbers, I'm looking for Family!
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|R.Holly||RE: Lemuel Hunter|
You are most welcome Carolyn.
Added by R.Holly on Mar 04, 2015 11:16 AM
|Dan & Karen Read||RE: Harold Wittig|
Your welcome, but he is buried in Florida, and the weather is beautiful right now. If anything I should thank you for giving me a reason to go out in it.
|Jessica Johnson||Memorial Concerning Johann Georg Ehrenfried|
I have reason to believe I am related to Johann Georg Ehrenfried, the subject of a memorial you wrote, on my mother's side, and I am curious about the sources you consulted in writing your memorial, as I would like to pursue further research. Any help you can offer would be appreciated!
|Bill Bourbeau||G. Elmer (119680448)|
I located the marker and also provided the memorial owner with info to update the memorial.
The photo that I have on hand only shows the marker in the background; so I'll replace it when the weather improves.
|Bill Bourbeau||G. Elmer (119680448)|
Just a quick note about your request:
I did a preliminary search for a marker, but was unable to locate any. There are several markers just below the surface, but it will likely have to wait until the spring.
I finally found Mattie's grave. Mother Nature had covered her and Marian. So we uncovered both of them and I will add them to my list of headstones to keep uncovered. Sorry it took so long. Take Care
|P. Eadie||RE: Bakers|
You are very welcome. Glad i could assist. Enjoy, Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Oct 04, 2014 10:01 AM
|david loveless||harward cemetery|
hey Carolyn where is the harward cemetery at in oakboro
|DebbieLee (Graveyard Granny)||RE: Annie Mechum - 105657845|
It looks like it is 1832 instead of 1882. As far as the inscription on the bottom, I have no idea! Wish I could help! Debbie
|Bob Carter||RE: Reuben Folger|
I'm not positive about the father of Elma other than his name was Reuben and he was from Guilford County, but taking them back in the census records might help.
I use https://familysearch.org/search as a quick way to get information.
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