|Roger Lambert (#47400721)|
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Hi, I photographed all memorials at the FWB in Tyrrell County, but when I began to upload them to Find A Grave, there was a problem. There are two Find a Grave cemeteries, Southside FWB and Sound Side FWB, for this one graveyard. I added the memorials (over 150) to Sound Side FWB as that is the correct name. I'd like to kindly ask you to move your William Brickhouse memorial from Southside to Sound Side. It is fairly easy, click the edit button by 'burial'. Any other memorials you have at Southside, if you could move them, too. In this way we can get everyone together at the same place and prevent duplicate memorials. I will be glad to add pics. Thanks so much, Jackie
Added by Jackie on Jun 24, 2016 6:54 PM
|Dane Watford||David Luther Ward|
There is a marker for David Luther Ward in Gourdines Chapel Cemetery now. I added a picture of it to your memorial. You may want to move the memorial there.
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliott||Re: Verdia Jacobs|
Obituary added to the memorial of Verdia Jacobs 53774630 as suggested. As always, Thanks again for your contributions to Findagrave
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliott||Re: Eula Lambert Cannon|
Do you happen to have an obituary for Eula Lambert Cannon, Find A Grave Memorial# 50684414. I saw a relative asking about her on Facebook and since Eula was a Lambert before marriage, I thought you may have more information on her line
|AEW||RE: Duplicate Memorials|
Thank You Roger!
No, I do not know. I have not looked into that line. Since not directly connected with me. I was just trying to find out a little more about the other wives. I know my Great Grandfather was married 4 times, 3 buried their with him. My Great Grandmother Ara was his 1st wife. #2-Daisy. I believe #3 was Eliva Y., and #4 was Della C. not buried there. There are 2 children: Laura & Willie. My Grandmother Ida is buried in a different section. I can do some research on Daisy's father. And let you know if I find anything.
Thank You again!
Added by AEW on May 09, 2016 8:11 AM
Hello Mr. Lambert,
I believe that there are 2 memorials for the same person in the Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery in Williamsburg County, SC.
"Daisy H. LEE" memorial #75727629
"Sarah Daisy HANNAH LEE" memorial #66415556
Can/Will you look into this and combine them if that is correct. My Great Grandfather is "Allison Bingley LEE" near "Daisy H. LEE." She was A.B.'s 2nd wife.
Added by AEW on May 06, 2016 8:01 AM
|H. D. Lail||RE: Memorials in John Goins Cemetery|
Thanks, Roger! I'm honored to take over maintenance on these entries. I'm a direct descendant of John Goins and Jane Winkles, and my Goins cousins own the property where the cemetery is located. I'm in touch with them all the time, and they have given me solid info on the who is buried there.
|H. D. Lail||RE: Nancy and Samuel E. Goins|
You did, thank you! I also sent along more edits for person entries, mainly adding family relationships, so hopefully you got those. Sorry to bombard you with a bunch of revisions at once!
|Harold Jayroe||RE: Sarah Alford Jayroe Michau|
Thanks so much, Roger, for your response. I am still not certain she is buried at Wiggins. I will try to verify this if possible, along with more information on her date of death.
|Harold Jayroe||Sarah Alford Jayroe Michau|
I have been informed that my great grandmother, Sarah Alford Jayroe Michau, is buried at Wiggins Cemetery in Sampit. She was born in November 1826 and died about 1904. She was a brother to Bryant Alford who is also buried there. She was Sarah Alford when she married my great grandfather Peter S. Jayroe around 1849-1850. He was about 30 years older than she was and he died in 1856. She later married Noah William Michau around 1865. If you are still visiting that cemetery, I would deeply appreciate if you could possibly spot her burial place and hopefully record any tombstone information if in fact it is still there and readable.
Thank you kindly for all your work in recording the histories of so many of my relatives.
Harold B. Jayroe
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