Hi David my name is Marissa and I seen you was a McIntire and I have been researching my dads side for a few months and well me and my sister got stuck since we didn't know that side. My dad was James Albert McIntire b-1961 the son of James Paul Mcintire b-1939 d-2006 the son of Charles Albert McIntire b-1909 d-1980 the son of Madison Brownfield McIntire b-1878 d-1953 the son of Amos Jasper Mcintire b-1856 d-188 not sure if we are connected but would be cool to have found a distant relative.
|Lorie Brown||RE: Cogar photo|
You are welcome. I also have James' photo, but it is very hard to see. I will post in in the next day or so.
|Mary Clarkson Turek||Madison Park Cemetery|
I just wanted to let you know that the article on Mark Bigler's page is correct. The graves in Madison Park Cemetery were moved. (Those that could be) No one seems to know where the records are regarding that move. The graves that could not be moved the headstones were taken down and laid flat in the ground and cover up. They then made a park out of the cemetery. I am sorry that there is no way for me to get the information for your family member.
Thanks, David! I know they seem to be running behind.....no worries. I appreciate it.
|Rebecca Tolliver||RE: Salem Ridge|
you are very welcome
|kellybean||Williams Cemetery-New Martinsville, WV|
I'm not sure if you received my messages through the Edit tab (sometimes they go into a junk folder) but you have created a couple of duplicates in the Williams Cemetery located in New Martinsville, WV. Thanks.
My pleasure! Glad I could help.
|Natalie Smith||RE: pauline McIntire|
I added the links and would be happy to transfer the memorial to you. I will have to do that later this afternoon or evening when I have time to figure it out. I have done it before and I think it wasn't hard, but I have to leave for work right now. By the way, I had been looking for her parents and had seen that a Doctor Benjamin McIntire had signed some death records at the State Hospital in Spencer and other signs of him working in the area, but I hadn't seen any sign of the family on the censuses (as I recall), so I wasn't sure if they were Pauline's parents or not or how she came to be buried in Mount Olive Cemetery. Do you know why she is buried there? Were they living there at the time?
|CJ Frye||Eva Armstrong|
Thank you for taking the photo of Eva Armstrong's headstone at Rock Cave Cemetery. I very much appreciate it.
Added by CJ Frye on Jul 06, 2013 2:07 PM
|K Haymond||Rock Cave Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the gravestone photos for Selma and Herman Haymond. They are very much appreciated!
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