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Pam Gleason (#47827606)
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Bio Photo I am interested in Colvell, McDaniels, Potts, Poinsett, Reed, and Wilson family history.

You have my permission to use any of the photos that I have uploaded to Find A Grave giving credit to me.

I am attempting to photograph all of the tombstones in Beverly National Cemetery and upload those that have not yet been included on FindAGrave. As of July 25, 2013 I have completed reviewing and adding any missing markers in sections 1,2,3,A,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,K,OA,O,Q,S,T.

To date I have also photographed sections N,P,R,U,and Z and will review and upload those as I have the time.

Remaining sections to photograph are J,L,M,MA,V,W,X,Y.

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Rich D.
RE: Poinsett
Hi Pam, I was talking to an older gentleman last week who attends the Trinity Church, and he told me that the house across the street from the church (next to the rectory) is the Poinsett house, that the family still lives there and that they sometimes have an open house. I'm going to try and contact them. I don't think I should give up quite yet trying to find them. The guy also told me that he thinks William Poinsetts brother is the guy who brought the Poinsettia plant to the US. I'll keep looking into it! You have a blessed day as well! Rich.
Added by Rich D. on Apr 12, 2014 7:53 PM
RE: Requests
Fantastic! It is good to see that the veterans in Beverly are being cared for. By walking the cemetery and adding pictures, you are sure to get everyone. Thank you so much for what you are doing. It is time consuming but well worth it. As you know, so many of the earlier grave markers start to show wear and will become harder to read. I am happy to know that this cemetery has you and is in good hands. I have moved on to other cemeteries that are not as lucky.
I wish you well in your project and will continue to add corrections/additions.

The VAs National Gravesite Locator online provided
the information I added, but the markers themselves are so much better. Thanks again, Denise
Added by DeniseL on Jul 25, 2013 8:22 AM

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