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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 living in southeastern NC.
*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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|Frank Ford||Fords in South Carolina|
I spoke with you a few years back about finding my grandfather's grave. He was Wilbur Ford, son of H. P. Ford and a grandson of William 'Little Bill' Ford. Still have not found it, but have upped my game since then including a trip to SC and a fair amount of research. I have a picture that I feel 99% confident is William 'Little Bill'. Also, in the pic is his 2nd wife; his son, John N and wife and three of John N's children. I thought you would be interested in the pic and the story behind it. I would also value your opinion. I know I could just slap it on the memorial, but feel I should let you see it and decide since you created the memorial. Let me know and I can put it there and message you the story or send you an email. Your choice. My e mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. I think you will agree with me.
All the best
|B. D. Rutherford||Reatha Todd LeGette, 95153418|
I have tried to fulfill your request for this marker in Riverside Cemetery in Horry County. I found her husband's memorial and the plot but she is not next to him. There seems to be an empty space but I cannot tell if a grave is there. A marker might not have been placed for her. Do you wish to me to post the Family marker? Bruce
Did I tell you it was a pleasure to be of help to you? You're welcome, if I didn't.
Added by sjbates on May 04, 2014 12:59 PM
|Shawn Page Larimore||Re: Alfonso Page|
Hello, Could you transfer this person over to me he is my great uncle I would like to add some into to his memorial....thanks, Shawn
I added the photo you wanted of Mary coolers grave in Beaufort national Cemetery. I know that somebody had cleaned the photo request but that was 15 days ago. And I just happen to be in the cemetery and thought while I was here I upload it for you. Hope I didn't step on any toes doing that but according to find a grave we have 14 days to fulfill. So that's why I uploaded it. Have a great day.
Thank you so much for merging your memorial with the earlier one created for him. Not everyone is willing to do things like that, so I appreciate your taking time to do it.
Added by wwy on Apr 01, 2014 8:42 PM
|Genealogy Hound||RE: Thanks!|
No worries Suzzane, I was happy to do it.
Andy was glad to see you "back". Always trying to see if I can get a few pics for you when I'm in Columbus Co., NC. Linda
Added by Linda on Mar 30, 2014 1:17 PM
|Donna V Jackson Kester||RE: Thanks!|
You're very welcome, Suzanne. I'm glad I could be of help to you.
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Photo Request|
You are very welcome Suzanne. I'm happy I was able to do it for you! By the way, I have a McCormick/McCormack who was in Charleston in the late 1700s and early 1800s. He was a merchant who also had some slave and sold one of his slaves to my ggggg-grandfather. I have not been able to find anything about him.
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