|Corey Patterson (#47217999)|
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I am a retired Navy officer and son of an Army officer. Started into genealogy following the death of my last grandmother and discovered the Find-a-grave site. The information I found on the site helped me break through some of the walls I had encountered and I decided to become a member.|
I am located in Jacksonville, Florida, so if anyone needs me to look up anything or take any pictures in my area, please feel free to ask.
I am a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Kirby-Smith Camp #1209. We work in a few of the cemeteries here in town. We also have excellent resources at the Museum of Southern History in Jacksonville and the main city library, if anyone needs me to check out some literature for family members.
I will gladly transfer any memorial to you so long as you are a closer relative than myself to that person. Or, if it is not a relative of mine, I will transfer it with no issues.
If you have any additional information or corrections, please send them to me and I will make the changes.
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|sibe80||RE: Jane Hurtt Grave|
Yes they are buried beside each other. I added her memorial with a photo.
Added by sibe80 on Jun 17, 2015 6:53 PM
|alice stott||james L. jones|
this man is buried at the sight of my relatives but I do not know the realtionship to william H. Jones. Do you.? please let me know if you do. ALICE STOTT
|Pauline Patterson-Page||Nancy Mary Brown Patterson|
This is my Great Grandmother and she actually died in Clinton SC. She lived with my grandparents until her death
|TJG||Pvt Francis C Miller|
Thank you for the transfer of Pvt Francis C Miller's memorial.
Added by TJG on Dec 13, 2014 11:24 AM
|Lynn||Elizabeth Waldrop Patterson|
Do you know anything about Family History of Elizabeth Waldrop Patterson?
Added by Lynn on Dec 01, 2014 9:52 PM
|Shirley M. Strickland||Capt. David Kemps|
Thank you Corey for the transfer of David to me.
There is so much information about David it will take time and time again to get the information on line.
I can tell you that he worked for Clyde Steamship as a bar pilot. He would lead the steamships in and out of the St. Johns River and along the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina. I will be posting his obit. which is long but very interesting.
Thank you again and I will do my best to do him justice.
|Bill Guion||Sgt. John Walker (1839-1904)|
My name is Bill Guion, and I'm writing about a memorial you created for my great-grandfather, Sgt. John Walker Guion, memorial 83720923.
My wife and I live a little north of Atlanta, GA, so we are not that far away.
In any case, we had the opportunity to visit New Bern, NC last month, where we took photos of the tombstones of a number of our relatives in Cedar Grove cemetery. We have a photo of Sgt. John Walker's tombstone, which I can either forward to you or can add to the memorial myself.
I don't mind adding it myself, but I don't want you to feel as if I'm "butting in" on your memorial. Please let me know which way you would prefer to handle this.
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|Kelly Jane O||Newspaper article Patterson Reunion 1918|
|deegraver||Sarah Elizabeth Goolsby Neal [|
where are her parents buried?
thanks for the name Jane.
|Mary ||Willis Roderick Young #47709691|
Thank you for the transfer, your service to our country and for ALL of your work on Find A Grave!!
Added by Mary on Nov 19, 2013 8:34 AM
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