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Sharon McRee (#47623578)
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I am a retired lawyer in Los Angeles, and I also write and publish information about my ancestral family, the [royal] Stuarts and Stuarts of Virginia.

I am the great-great-granddaughter of J.E.B. Stuart, as well as the g-g-g-granddaughter of Gen. Philip St. George Cooke, and a direct descendant of James Iredell, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and Congressman, and also of James Iredell II, governor of North Carolina and U.S. Senator.

My search for information fueled my fascination with graves.
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Kathy Shearer
William A. Stuart
Thanks for the good work on the Stuart family! On the page for Wm. A. Stuart, 1826-1892 -- the portly fellow with the blue eyes is actually his son, Henry Carter Stuart. The young WAS below is correct.
Added by Kathy Shearer on Jul 14, 2014 4:37 PM
Dottie
RE: Marrow Stuart Smith
Marrow Smith's name (#88539564) was added in 2002. Your entry is a duplicate and should be deleted.
R/
Dottie
Added by Dottie on Jun 23, 2014 8:28 PM
Kaaren Crail Vining
RE: Elizabeth Beverley
Chiswell was the husband of her daughter. Chiswell was born in 1715 and this Elizabeth died in 1723. Sorry.
Added by Kaaren Crail Vining on Jun 14, 2014 9:21 PM
Debra Gedney Carpenter
Margaret Stewart, Dauphine of France
Sharon,

This information was taken from the following website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_Stewart,_Dauphine_of_France
It was labeled as Tomb of Margaret Stewart in the Saint-Laon church. I didn't take the photo only posted it since I had it in the genealogy tree as a marker for her tomb in Saint-Laon Church
Added by Debra Gedney Carpenter on May 21, 2014 10:22 PM
Margaret Grover
Tazewell Headen
Yes, I saw that message to you. I wrote and told him I had found a list of burials and that Tazewell is buried in Terrace 22 Grave 52.
Margaret
Added by Margaret Grover on May 09, 2014 7:54 AM
Margaret Grover
Tazewell Headen
Sharon,
I saw your tribute and short bio for Tazewell Headen. According to the 1860 census, he was an inmate at the Western State Hospital and his condition was listed as "intemperance."
Margaret
Added by Margaret Grover on May 08, 2014 11:12 AM
Margaret Grover
Tazewell Headen
Added by Margaret Grover on May 08, 2014 11:08 AM
SheWalksTheseHills
RE: Va Waller
HI Sharon,

I just sent you a test email, let me know if it arrives!

Thank you for the other emails- on the one for the Waller connection it came back as "not valid email address"

It's a puzzle!

I'm on facebook- Mary Sands Satterwhite

Many thanks!
Sandy
Added by SheWalksTheseHills on Feb 14, 2014 7:34 AM
SheWalksTheseHills
Jeb Stuart exhibit in Henrico County, Va.
Hi,

I've unsuccessfully tried to email you. I've tried a number of times to use the email address you provided.

There is much I would like to chat with you about concerning Gen. Stuart and the exhibit that will take place next month (March) to commemorate his mortal wounding at Yellow Tavern and his death.

Everything is almost done, I am still searching for a few last images to add to the panels. My hope is that you have a picture of Virginia Pelham Waller, Stuart's granddaughter that pulled the cord to unveil his statue on Monument Ave. in Richmond (1907).

Since for whatever reason I'm not having success in emailing you- would you please try to email me? My email: knittingpurls@comcast.net

Thank you!
Sandy
Added by SheWalksTheseHills on Feb 12, 2014 10:48 AM
chevydelray55
RE: Stuarts
Sharon,
Hello to you. According to Geni we are fifteenth cousins once removed thru my maternal grandmother's Howard line. Can't remember what brought me to your grandmother's memorial....may have wanted to leave flowers as a token of respect. When I found that my memorial for my mother was a duplicate I spoke to the other member and she transferred it to me and I combined the two by deleting and revising. Your grandmother falls within the transfer guidelines and you might also contact the staff. With my maternal grandmother I had a difficult time getting a transfer and staff worked with the contributor until she turned it over. Some folks get touchy.
Good Luck!
-Heather
Added by chevydelray55 on Jan 05, 2014 6:37 AM
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