|Penny Harris (#47430685)|
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I have been researching my family history & visiting cemeteries as part of that search for about 20 years. I have many relatives in Clay, Fayette, Raleigh, Summers, Greenbrier and Monroe counties in WV. I have started a collection of photographs from various cemeteries in those counties that I plan to upload soon. I am still working on transcribing the last three rows in the Adkins Cemetery in Naoma (and photographing the last 6). |
Photos are sized to this website's specs, making some hard to read. If you find photos you'd like a bigger or higher resolution copy of, please let me know.
If I can assist anyone in their search, please let me know. I have found that even the departed can be difficult to locate sometimes.
And if you find I have posted a memorial for your relative and you'd like it transferred to you, just let me know because I love connecting family together.
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|Henry S. Dillon||RE: Henry H Dillon|
Thanks. Have a great day.
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||RE: Effie Sutherland #71151886|
I agree - but I understand that things not so flattering would be linked and there's really no way to adequately monitor that. Glad you enjoyed it. I always feel like it makes the people who have passed live on when I can get a little glimpse into the people they were before they were just a memorial on this site.
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||Effie Sutherland #71151886|
I enjoy reading old newspapers (Library of Congress website) and trying to match the people in the stories to the memorials on Find A Grave. I found a wonderful, compassionate story about the spouse of Effie Sutherland (Herbert Sutherland #7782077) in The West Virginian (Fairmont WV) of 10/10/1916, talking about his dedication to obtain release of a recent immigrant from Ellis Island. I thought you might enjoy reading this.
|Henry S. Dillon||RE: Henry H Dillon|
Yes, thanks. However, I have the same obit typed out. I would have simply posted the obit from the newspaper as you have, except the Find-A-Grave administration has advised they prefer obits being typed to the bio section of the memorial, not posted as document. Since I have many posted as cut outs taken from a newspaper, I've gone to taking the time to type them out in accordance with Find A Grave's recommendation.
Henry S. Dillon
|Linda P Johnson||RE: William Clay, etc|
You are welcome. It did take a lot to figure them out but it worked... Have a good day
|Dwight D Halstead||RE: Ocie M. Halstead Harris 68455069|
I'll look into that for you and see what I can find out in the near future. I'm trying not to get too far in over my head with this..( heh heh, that's not working out ) I'm having to focus on one part of my family at a time ( for as much accuracy as I can get ) then move on to another depending on research results. It might take me a while...Most of my Brown family ( my mother's family ) are buried at 'Low Gap' Memory Gardens over at Madison WV...I'll keep in touch with you ...Dwight D.
|Dwight D Halstead||Ocie M. Halstead Harris 68455069|
I found Ocie 'America' Halstead Harris mother and father and I put in a edit....I am Dwight D.Halstead, great grandson of Edward Tiffeny Halstead and Martha Jane Belcher Halstead....I saw the entry link for Clemmy Halstead listing his mother as Ocie Halstead Harris. I've found Ocie listed in two US Census records listing her parents and siblings...( match). Please feel free to contact me if needed. Dwight D Halstead
|Jerry M Weikle||James Wickline in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Raleigh County.|
Thank you for connecting Floyd Wickline with his father, James Wickline.
I don't know if James Wickline has a headstone or not; I've not been able to travel over to the Oak Grove Cemetery to look and photograph.
Even with Mary Ann Raines, who would be Floyd Wickline mother, the death certificate(s) for her don't specify a cemetery. However, there is a Mr. Raines, who was buried in the Riverview Presbyterian Cemetery, who might just be her father. His name was Floyd Raines. Now, given the death certificte for the Mr. Raines and the dates of birth and death on that death certificate, it might be that the Mr. Raines, is Floyd Raines and possibly he is one of the 'unknown graves' at the Riverview Cemetery. I suspect, that Mary Ann Raines Wickline, would be buried near her parents. The possibility of 3 of the 'Unknown Graves' that are in that cemetery. Yet, the existing records are inconclusive.
If I can be of further assistance, let me know.
Jerry M. Weikle
|Nancy Horton Gillispie||RE: Hattie Hurt|
Okay, thanks Penny. I have gone back to some of my memorials and found typos. I hate to make one on someone's memorial, so I just wanted to check. Please correct any of mine that you may find. Good idea adding the note.
|Arley Meadows||Henry Anderson Britt|
Was he a son of William S. Britt and Martha Ann Jane Smith? Martha Smith Britt married Nathaniel Meadows (my great-great-grandfather) in 1875; she inherited much of his estate when he died in 1876. I am trying to locate a Family Bible that was listed in the appraisal of that estate, a Bible that Martha took as part of her widow's due. I am trying to determine if that Bible is still in the Britt family. Can you put me in touch with any Britt family members?
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