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Mike Gourley (#47400716)
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PLEASE READ BEFORE REQUESTING CORRECTIONS...... In the past I have been pretty easy going about adding things to memorials. In the past and recently I have found where incorrect information has been added to a memorial causing problems. My intent has always been for some family member to request transfer and add information themselves. THUS, I WILL NOT ADD, CORRECT OR CHANGE A MEMORIAL IN ANY WAY. IF YOU WISH TO ADD OR CORRECT A MEMORIAL THEN PLEASE REQUEST A TRANSFER. You will find that I have no ego about transferring a memorial. This is much easier and less stressful to me. I have done many hours of work setting this all up. I don't want any glory. I want what I have always wanted... people to be remembered and the memorial to end up in the hands of a family member.
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douglas bradley
RE: mingus mill
Thank you for replying.This is stiil so exciting.Yes we did notice the old road bed and now we have to go back.I wish i knew more but i do know on henry smiths death certificate , he is buried at mingus cemetery.we may never know for sure but its so exciting.we do know he was living there when he died according to the 1900 census.
Added by douglas bradley on Oct 22, 2016 7:12 AM
douglas bradley
mingus mill
i just sent a message to you .douglas is my husband im mary,the one with the email.
Added by douglas bradley on Oct 21, 2016 1:49 PM
douglas bradley
mingus cemetary
First of all thank you for your labor. my husbands g grandfather and his wife sarah are both buried there. he and i went for the first time to visit the cemetery.of coarse we did;nt find a name on a stone only polly. henry died in 1916. maybe some more info can be found. i really appricate you!
Added by douglas bradley on Oct 21, 2016 1:44 PM
Teresa Stevens
Grave stone photos
May I have your permission to add your stone photos to my private family tree? You have several in cable cove cemetery that I would like to use. Thank you.
Added by Teresa Stevens on Sep 29, 2016 11:38 AM
Jeff Fisher
Enloe Family Cemetery location
Do you happen to know the location of the Enloe Family Cemetery, in Swain County, NC???

One of the memorials there is Memorial# 70761799, in case that may help identify the place. Your name is on at least one memorial there.

I'm driving through NC soon and would like to visit there, as it's my relatives.
Added by Jeff Fisher on Jul 25, 2016 7:08 PM
Earl L.
Coleman Williams 63706524
I have found several sources that says this is the husband and wife I'm looking for the 'C' should have been a 'G' but nothing is perfect even headstone engravers.
I would appericiate you transfering this to me......
Again thanks for your help............Earl
Added by Earl L. on Jun 13, 2016 8:24 PM
Earl L.
Coleman Williams #63706524
Read your message however, "I think" this may be a relative but the name 'Coleman' may be 'Goleman' or 'Goldman' if the 'C' is really a 'G' I would be happy to add all the other information I have myself.
Unfortunately I live in Idaho and cannot get to North Carolina myself. I cannot see the name clearly enough to confirm if this is one of mine.

If you could please confirm the name for the husband is 'G'oleman please transfer it to me.

Cable Cove Cemetery

Thank you for your work..........Earl Laughter
Added by Earl L. on Jun 12, 2016 10:11 PM
RE: Burress Grave
Thank you sir for the coordinates. This should be more than sufficient.
Added by J on Apr 19, 2016 7:18 PM
Gay Hobt Morton
Civil War soldiers
Thank you for your help. We your photos will educate other about preserving our cemeteries and the history found there.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Jan 04, 2016 4:10 PM
Gay Hobt Morton
Civil War soldiers
Thank you for the photos you have posted on Find A Grave of cemeteries in Union Co. Tn. We are UCCA and are a very small non-profit dedicated to preserving Union Co. cemeteries and the history contained there. The Union County Cemetery Association is trying to post photos of graves of our Civil war veterans on our website and include them on our Facebook page. We would like permission to use your photos in these two sites. They would not be otherwise published. The soldier we are most interested in is George Washington Cassady. We hope you will consider this request.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Jan 04, 2016 2:43 PM
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