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Charlie Porter (#47226830)
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Bio Photo I am a 65 year old disabled police Captain.With the exception of seven years I have been a proud resident of South Carolina.I am college educated ,single old fellow with several grown Kids and a number of grandchildren.I am a past State President of the Sons Of The American Revolution and now I am the Program Director for the Col.Robert Anderson Chapter,S.A.R..I enjoy researching family histories for my family members as well folks searching for their Patriot ancestors.I am an Air force vet of the Vietnam era and have been active in veterans affairs for20 years.
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Booter & Laura Cantrell
RE: Grandview
Ok, will try to get Bridwell also. Thanks.
Added by Booter & Laura Cantrell on Apr 08, 2014 8:41 PM
Booter & Laura Cantrell
RE: Grandview
Hey Charlie, Is the name Texie Drake at Grandview. If so I will try to get it. Call me sometime and I will tell you about Esli Hunt jr grave. 360-6906. Thanks Bill.
Added by Booter & Laura Cantrell on Apr 08, 2014 12:57 PM
Lana Davis
So we meet again!
Thank you! You have helped me with the Earle Family in this cemetery before. And I remember how knowledgeable and gracious you are. Greenville and Findagrave, as well as myself, benefit greatly. You are the best!
Added by Lana Davis on Mar 29, 2014 4:44 PM
Thank you soo much for the photo! appreciate the help and your time.
Added by liz on Mar 29, 2014 4:01 PM
Booter & Laura Cantrell
Esli Hunt jr grave
Hey Charlie this is Bill Cantrell, I spoke to you a couple of weeks ago about the Hunt graves in Pickens co. Thank you for the information on it, I found the graves I was searching for. Thanks for all the good information. If I can help you let me know. Bill Cantrell. 360-6906.
Added by Booter & Laura Cantrell on Mar 28, 2014 10:23 AM
John Waldrop
Jerry Mosteller
Charlie, Thank you for the photos of Jerry's marker at Woodlawn.

Johnny Waldrop
Added by John Waldrop on Mar 20, 2014 12:41 AM
RE: Harold E. Green
We have no idea. We just assume he probably re-married, moved on with his life like she tried to do and was buried elsewhere by his family. Charles Green is a pretty common name and we knew nothing about him. By 1920 she was home with her father. We have no idea when, where or how she met my grandfather who killed her - Edward Lagerholm. I checked his death certificate - Harold died from ileocolitis when he was 1 yr 2 months old.
Added by Kathy on Mar 06, 2014 5:47 AM
RE: Harold E. Green
His parents were Charles Green and Minnie Louise Green. They divorced after the baby died and she remarried. She was my grandmother Minnie Louise Lagerholm. She is buried in the front section near the far left corner when facing the cemetery not too far from the fence. She is buried next to her parents John and Martha Davis. He died from dysentery if I remember correctly. When we were there there was a small plaque without a name near the foot of their graves but we have no idea why. We assume it's for their granddaughter Gladys Cooper. Since they were mill employees they were able to use the cemetery which was provided for mill workers. John Davis and his granddaughter Gladys who was about 2 died within hours of each other and had their services the same time so we assume that his little granddaughter is buried with him. Her name is Gladys Cooper Memorial 58897394. Her mother Dewey Cooper is buried with George Cooper. As you park and enter the cemetery from the right and keep walking straight down to where Minnie Lagerholm and her parents are Dewey/George's headstone is right in your path.
Added by Kathy on Mar 05, 2014 7:18 PM
RE: Harold E. Green
Sad, poor baby. Thanks. He was my grandmother's first child - by her first husband. She was murdered by my grandfather on my mom's sixth birthday. They lived in NC at the time. Memorial# 8912492
Added by Kathy on Mar 05, 2014 5:45 AM
Harold E. Green
Can you take the picture of Harold Green at Welcome Cemetery - Memorial 119606737? I have no idea which section he is in. Thank you. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Mar 05, 2014 3:57 AM
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