|Linda Ellington (#47374845)|
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|I am the mother of two grown daughters and Gamma to three wonderful grandchildren. I live in NC. I have been doing genealogy for the past ten years or so.|
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|brumblemom||RE: Finley Lea Williamson Photo|
Thank you so much for the encouragement. It is so hard to hear people rant over a silly photo that should have been meant to help out. We are not to do things for the recognition. Thanks for all that you have been able to do to keep people out there for others to find!
|Pris Santos||RE: Helen W. Warner photo|
You are very welcome. If you are doing research on this family, it may help to know that there were other people in this plot including:
Helen Warner 1912-1996
Thomas Warner 1909-1998
Ruth Warner 1910-1969
John Henry Smith Sr 1921-2006
Mary Smith 1922-2008
|J. Green||Sudie Carter|
Sorry that I could not locate your other photo request for Sudie Carter. I did add a photo for James E. Carter and a memorial for his wife Etta. They were the only two that I located. I will look again as soon as the weather improves.
Added by J. Green on Jan 28, 2014 9:22 AM
Thank you for the compliment. I didn't know that Find A Grave was going to turn into a battleground with some people when I started adding names, etc. to it. You would think that everybody would be happy that their relatives, etc. are listed, To me, it's more for the genealogy than anything--although some people say it's only for "tombstones" and specific burial places.
As far as I know I'm not directly related to any Ellingtons though I do have several listed in my Family Tree Maker as connections to other family members.
But when I was a kid, (back in the 50s),one of my best friends was a Lynda Ellington. She was born in NY I believe, but her father was from down here somewhere. We were living near Gibsonville when I met her. I don't know what ever happened to her since we both moved elsewhere later.
The first time I saw your name, I thought of her, but she spelled Linda with a "Y".
tried to send you info at your e-mail address - it bounced - how can I contact you?
I will transfer Hattie. please ask for transfers thru the EDIT tab on that memorial page.
|Louis Roth||RE: Lawrence L French|
hey Linda ....you're welcome!!
|Ron Roberson||RE: Cassius Buck|
You're welcome Linda, I was happy to do it. You asked about other family members buried there; I also have a photo of the other side of the Buck tombstone. It has these names:
Rev. William W. Buck 1825-1892
Frances R. Buck (his wife) 1828-1915
Lincoln E. Buck 1867-1914
Eva M. Alderton 1897-1940
If you create memorial for any of these folks and put out requests I'll be happy to post the photos.
|Hearts on Fire||RE: Alfred Reid|
You're Welcome! Thank you for allowing me to help you keep the memeory of those you love alive. You have my permission to use my photo in any manner that you find fitting. With love and peace...Hearts on Fire
|KarenIrene||Cassius M. Buck|
I received notice of your request for a photo of the gravesite of Cassius M. Buck. Do you have any further information about its location, such as Section Number, etc? If you can pinpoint his site, I'd be glad to try to find it (I live a few miles from the cemetery). A call to the cemetery may provide that info.
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