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I was a senior at Clemson (circa 2007) when I randomly created an Ancestry.com account. That's when I discovered that although a few names did come to me, for the most part I didn't know the names of my own great-grandparents. Especially mom's side. The great-aunts and uncles were also a total loss. (At the time trees for more recent generations were not turning up on Ancestry.com or internet searches). Fast forward about 5 years and I've discovered so much and learn more every day. I'm also finding that investigating a random tangent often pays off later when you least expect it!|
Using this site as part of my research of my ancestors, specifically my direct line.
With very few exceptions all parts of my family seem to have lived in South Carolina for a VERY long time. (There are of course a few NC and GA sprinkled in).
I hope to meet some distant relatives!
Above all things I love old family photos. It is my sincerest hope that as long-separated family branches are reunited, treasured family photos can be shared with all descendants.
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If any of these names/combos look familiar contact me and we can compare! Maybe we are relatives! :)
I am currently studying in Stillwater, OK.
*I have added some burial unknown entries. I will delete my entries when someone finds the cemeteries and posts! Just let me know. :)
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|sem||RE: Gillam Cemetery|
Sorry, We try to fill requests as they arrive. I can't remeber Gilliam Cemetery and did not find it when entered findagrave. Can you give me more info, name entered, etc.?
Added by sem on Mar 10, 2014 4:54 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||Charles Cauthen|
In an unmarked space in Mausoleum B level 5 space 25
I happened across your name while looking at lots of Reuben Fords..we probably can't make a connection but I have to do this much! I can say for sure that my husband's g-g-grandfather was John Ford, b abt 1801 KY & d prob 1869 MO. He m. Delilah Tevis 1822 in Clark Co KY & then the 2 of them, along with Jared Pierce Ford & wife Elizabeth, started the 1st Methodist church in Decatur Co IND. After a lot of searching & figuring I still can't get further back for sure, but I believe he is connected to Timothy W. Ford (1773 Goochland Co VA - 1839 Garrard Co KY). Timothy's father was Reuben so they all look pretty interesting to me. The family seems to have come from VA & PA, maybe also MD, but there was a Stephen who went to SC - so that's why I'm contacting you. As I said, probably hopeless, but there it is. If you think there is anything to pursue, let me know & I'll share more.
|Maggie Ferriter Campbell||Ida Della Varner|
Hi. Thank you so much for doing the work you do. I wanted to add information for Ida Della Varner. She was originally named Idella Hamilton, but she was called 'Ida'. Her father was Noah Richard Hamilton (1844-1907) and her mother was Palestine Jane Hamilton (her maiden and married name; 1847-1905). Thank you! I would love to find her parents grave locations.
|Ron Rader||Hubbard in Harris Grove|
I've added photos for your Hubbard memorials.
There is also a gravestone for Dale Adrian and Alice May Hubbard. If you would like to add the memorials, I can then add the photos. If not, I can do the memorials too. Just let me know.
Anyone else in Harris Grove? I have about 700 photos I am going through so might have some more you need.
|Joseph Craig||Jimmie Carmichael|
I'm the grandson of George and Jimmie Nobles "Joseph Craig". Jimmie "Carmichael" Nobles was a very interesting person and a few things I bet you didn't know about her that are amazing. She help design and build the astronauts suits. She also help design suits for the Golden Knights. She designed clothes for Hollywood actors such as Humphrey Bogart and Charlton Heston. She did have a hand written letter from the president "that got stolen" thanking her for her contribution to her country. Her husband George was a quiet war veteran. He did receive recognition from a medal of honor recipient for his bravery in the Battle of the Bulge. Both tremendous people that stood for what made this country and family great. Jimmie Carmichael looks a lot like Sue Carmichael. They still hold Carmichael reunions and they take great pride in their name. If I can be of any help then please let me know.
Hi, I had seen you had contributed to information on the grave of Mollie Tyler & John Gurley Tyler. I am searching for my ancestors (Rabon's) in my great grandfather's (John Henry Rabon) obituary it has that he had a sister Mrs. Mollie Tyler who was living in Loris. Do you have any information on Mollie Tyler? I am trying to find out if this is the same Mollie Tyler. Thanks for your help and I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Alton on Nov 21, 2013 5:28 PM
|Andy||wait a sec|
I just saw "McCormick" on your list of your bio page... hmmmm
Added by Andy on Nov 06, 2013 6:48 PM
just ran into your name on here.. I made a great find recently but not on the Carmichael side. I was in Tabor City last week and went to Robeson County to find my 4x great grandparents' graves, and they were underneath layers of earth, in an overgrown cemetery in the woods behind a corn field! These were McCormac, and you can see them on here in McCormick Cemetery. (Also from Scotland!) Go Noles!
Added by Andy on Nov 06, 2013 6:46 PM
|sharon royal||Lois Livingston|
Do you have a obit notice for this person...maybe it would tell you where she is buried or at least the funeral home that took care of her..she may have been cremated also.
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