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I am the oldest of 7 daughters and have 3 daughters myself. I became very interested in family history when my mother died and left me with a lot of records that she had painstakingly gathered through cemetery strolls and interviews. I have since digitalized all these records and added to them. As anyone visiting this site knows, genealogy is addictive. I call it my guilty pleasure and was delighted to recently discover this website. If you would like a transfer and are more closely related than I am, I will gladly transfer the memorial. Just click on the edit tab and explain your relationship. I am also delighted to receive corrections and additional info. It will be quickly posted. If the info is different than what is on the stone, please tell me your source. I don't mind if you use my photos. Help yourself!|
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|Roger Luther||Romayane Wolfe|
I deleted my duplicate entry, sorry about that.
|Marjorie Shaw||RE: William Malcolm|
Thanks. Yes, Janet is a Shaw cousin. :-)
|Tonya||RE: Wila Brooksie Shaffer|
yes please send lineage info to stmzr2012@gmail,com
Added by Tonya on Feb 24, 2015 5:22 PM
|Marjorie Shaw||William Malcolm "Wylie" Shaw|
Regarding your listing for this Shaw who is my G grandpa, Wylie is not a nickname as is implied by the "Wylie" in your listing. He was named for his grandfather, William Wylie Bradford, Jr. His grandmother was Mary Ann (or N.) Gill. They were from Chester Co., SC. Mary later married a William Higginbotham and after he died moved to Smith Co. Tx where her son Robt. Lafayette Bradford lived. My cousin Janet Rogers and I have found Robert's grave, but not hers, so if you ever run across it, please let us know.
Would you mind changing your listing to the correct name, William Wylie Malcolm Shaw? Thanks.
P.S. I know we have corresponded before, but I can't remember what you told me. Are we related?
|JabberJest||RE: Dorothy Nicholson Franklin|
Thanks and you are welcome.
|InMemory||RE: William Hebron|
I'll let you work that out between you. I just happened across it and wanted to let you know
Added by InMemory on Nov 04, 2014 5:37 PM
|CWCJD||RE: Thank you|
Just confirmed today that plot 403 is the place where my grandmother and grandfather Cook are buried. Thanks again.
Added by CWCJD on Nov 04, 2014 3:03 PM
|CWCJD||RE: Thank you|
That does make sense as a plot number. Thanks for your help.
Added by CWCJD on Nov 03, 2014 10:40 AM
Your photo of Lewis Smith's grave helped me locate where my grandfather is buried. I have a photo of his grave with the Smith grave in the background. Do you know the plot number? I want t place a marker.
Added by CWCJD on Nov 02, 2014 10:19 AM
|R. L. Vaughn||J. M. Busby|
I live within a mile or so of the Bane Cemetery, and will try to stop by and take a look on J. M. Busby.
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