|Pat Gardner (#47447986)|
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|I am a 76 year old woman, mother of seven children and grandmother of 24 grandchildren, scattered from Virginia to Washington and points in between. I am an avid genealogist and love helping people find their ancestors. Some surnames which I have in my line are: Glenn, Bingham, Love, Presnell in North Carolina and McNeill, Beverage, Adkison, Cloonan in West Virginia and Virginia.|
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|Karen Hall (aka Cemetery Hopper)||RE: William Shaffner, #61999186|
Thank you for pointing that out to me. I have NO idea why I did that. I will work on getting it straight.
I love cemetery hopping!!
|Nancy Wyatt||Percival Jones|
Thank you for posting all this info. Percival Jones is my great grandfather. In reading your posts I read about Solonus Beverage's parents, John Beverage and Nancy Dowler who are also my great grandparents. My grandmother is Flora Bird Beverage Jones of New Marshfield. Does anyone have any info or pictures?
|Thom Painter||RE: Goldson Davis Bingham|
Thanks for the information; memorial updated.
|Kim Friel Drake||RE: Adkison's in Buckeye Cemetery|
I've transferred all the Adkisons I created to you. All were in Buckeye Cemetery and one in Oak Grove at Hillsboro.
My great-grandmother was Mary Lena May Beverage the daughter of Jacob Mathew Beverage (1845-1920) and Rachel Ann McLaughlin. Jacob's father was also named Jacob (1811-1873) and his father was David Beverage (1787-1818) who was married to Ann Elizabeth Catherine Shinaberry. David's father was John Beverage, but that's all the information that I have.
I think we split at David Beverage from what I can tell from my records.
|judykay||RE: Mary Ruth Bowers|
Pat: What cemetery are we talking about for Mary K. Bowers and Eva Gum? In regards to Mary Ruth Gum It was a duplicate so I deleted mine and forwarded your information to Martha Neighbors she has the other one. : ) I corrected the one in the Duffield cemetery. Thanks for letting me know. judykay
Your entry to me.........Mary Ruth Bowers
I have been working on a family history project for a friend and found your entry in Find A Grave. This individual has been entered incorrectly. She is Mary Ruth Gum, a sister of Eva Gum, who married Lawrence Kennison. She was never married. Can you please correct this entry. The Mary K. Bowers is the one who is the daughter of Lawrence and Eva Kennison and is married to William Raymond Bowers. Are you close enough to get pictures of the tombstones? Would appreciate having them to send to my friend.
Also, in the Duffield Cemetery, you have entered information for a Virginia Gay as being a daughter of William Gay. She is the daughter of Robert Gay.
Added by judykay on Nov 30, 2012 6:42 AM
|Lanie||RE: James Allison Love|
Hi - No problem. I will look into this further. I am in the process of moving and these next few weeks will be crazy!
Added by Lanie on Oct 03, 2012 11:02 AM
|Chet Walker||RE: James Anderson Love|
Pat- Thank you.
Links are now all done.
|Robert C. Peurifoy||RE: Harvey Bingham, redux|
Now we're both confused. In my own defense, I've processed over 6,000 request for changes, photos, links, etc in the last five months and my mind is a little mush.
Earlier in the winter I was trying to link the Bingham's of Sugar Grove (where I live) with the Linney's of Taylorsville. I also listed on Find A Grave the Mast-Bingham cemetery, which is located above the Bingham house.
Let me look some of this over. I still have a backlog of over 500 emails, most are now mine requesting changes from other people.
I'll get back with you.
|Amanda Filter (Johns)||RE: photo requests...|
so I went out to marysburg cemetery and took pics of all the mulvehill's there, I matched up the ones i could that were already on find a grave and started memorials for the ones who were not. if there are any other people you need pics of let me know!
|Robert C. Peurifoy||RE: Harvey Bingham|
I'm not sure what your note means about Harvey Bingham. I didn't enter the memorial or take the pictues. I have mostly focused on the Mast-Bingham cemetery in Sugar Grove and a few in the Boone City Cemetery.
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