|Ted Crayne (#47235659)|
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I was born in Denver, Colorado and now live in Erwin, TN. I began this trek into genealogy over 9 years ago and with the thanks to the many contributors and newly found "relations", the Family Tree branches are finally blossoming.|
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|Louise||RE: Sugar Maple Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the info on finding the cemetery. We found the general area, but not the specific way to the cemetery. We appreciate your help with this, as we will be in the area again in March. Hopefully the snakes will still be hibernating. YIkes! My husband said he will stay in the car. LOL.
So, your wife and I must be cousins. We stopped at the Onslow County Museum the last time we were there, and learned that the Exec. Director, Lisa, is also a cousin.
Did you find the slave cemetery on Highway 17? There is also a cemetery with many Foy relatives at the gate to Camp LeJeune.
The Foy Family Has a lot of interesting people in it.
Thank you again, and my best to your wife!
Louise Hallas ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Added by Louise on Jun 20, 2016 10:33 AM
|Louise||Sugar Maple Cemetery|
Hi Ted. James Madison Foy was my 5th great grandfather, and my husband and I have searched for the Sugar Maple cemetery where he, his wife, Elizabeth Ward, and one of their sons is buried. My 4th great grandmother was his daughter, Serena. I am wondering if you have personally seen the Sugar Maple Cemetery? If so, would you kindly share how we can find it? Thank you, Louise
Added by Louise on Jun 18, 2016 8:02 PM
|Bonnie Pick||Lura Crayne|
Hi Ted, I'm Bonnie Pick and Lura was my great grandmother,Vonita Pearl was my gramma
|Laura MacCaskey||Crayne Relatives|
Hello! I think we might be related. My great grandmother, Lura Ellen (or Ella) Crayne was married to Robert Henry Crayne, whose father, George Washington Crayne, is buried in Lowry City MO. Ironically, I now live in St Louis and would love to visit this grave site and learn more about the Craynes. My paternal grandmother, Vonita Pearl Pick, was born in Niwot CO and her mother and father are buried there. Any information you might have would be greatly appreciated!
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Laura MacCaskey (nee Pick)
|Anne Holder Lee||Goins|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Sanford Goins.
|Jerry McCreary||RE: Info.|
My Step Grandmothers Grandfather was John Green Berry Kelly. William Berry Kelly,s son.
Ted,Are you kin to the Kelly,s in Orlinda Methodist Cemetery in Orlinda Tn. Jerry
|CindyS||Solomon Harrison Hendrix|
I don't know where she had gotten her information, the majority of the records show year of birth as 1841. Thank you for catching that. Cindy
Added by CindyS on Oct 04, 2015 9:01 AM
|Michael Friedrichs||Hendrickson family|
While doing some family research on the Hendrickson's I noticed that you are listed as the one maintaining the information on William Henry Hendrickson. He is my Great Grandfather. I can give you additional information on him and his family. for example, his Father was Ezekiel Hendrickson (memorial #35679867). He is not listed in the children of Ezekiel, along with others of his 10 brothers and sisters. I have contacted the person maintaining that memorial as well.
Please let me know how you would like the information so it can be added to the memorial.
|Janet Boling Nelson||Maude A. Broshears #111959510|
I believe you have Maude A. Broshears listed in the wrong Forest Hill Cemetery. You show her as being buried in Forest Hill-South and that cemetery was not established until 1962 (she died in 1957). I believe she should be in the Forest Hill-Midtown Cemetery, which is the original Forest Hill Cemetery.
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