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Tracie Curnell (#47859506)
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Bio Photo I have moved to Edgecombe Co,NC as of 26 Apr 2015. I had lived in the corner of Nash County very near Wake, Johnston and Wilson Counties, NC for 7 years. I've also traveled to the Brunswick Co,VA area to photograph cemeteries once. PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK FOR A TRANSFER. I am interested in getting as much free info posted as possible. All Pictures and info I have posted are for public use! Enjoy your journey!
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Jane Bermijo
Timothy Albert Clary
I believe his mother is Mary Ann Moseley not Mary Ann Huskey. His father was PVT George Washington Clary, not CPL George Washington Clary. Confusing I know. There are actually 3 George Washington Clary's in the family. Father and son plus a cousin.
Added by Jane Bermijo on Mar 30, 2016 7:57 PM
Frank Everett
Roy Chester Anderson
You can marker


Added by Frank Everett on Mar 08, 2016 4:54 PM
Frank Everett
Barbara Ann Harris Joyner
I made the change

Added by Frank Everett on Feb 13, 2016 10:06 AM
Thank you for posting these pic's.
Was thrilled to find my 3rd great grandmother and her sone, my 3rd great grand uncle!
Could you transfer to me?

Rebecca Bell Worrelle - #153078197
Bennette Worrelle - #153077674

Added by Kim on Jan 01, 2016 1:53 PM
Carol and Kelly
RE: frederick ray
Hello Tracie:
Thanks for your reply and it too bad to read that people do such things which result in confusing records. Thanks for your part in putting information on this site. Much appreciated!
Added by Carol and Kelly on Dec 22, 2015 7:03 PM
Julie Pitman
Lum Roark
Hi, Lum was my great grandfather his son Christopher Columbus Roark was my grandfather. I would love to have copies of the pictures you have if that would be ok. Thank you, Julie
Added by Julie Pitman on Dec 18, 2015 10:24 PM
John Whitt
RE: photo for Charles Wright at Merchant's Hope
You are very welcome Tracie. It is my pleasure
Added by John Whitt on Dec 01, 2015 4:18 PM
Donna Wright
RE: Hassie Pulley
NO; she is not related to me and I just knew that she had passed away and wanted to complete her memorial with her husband. Thanks anyway.
Added by Donna Wright on Nov 29, 2015 5:05 PM
Donna Wright
George Malcomb Carroll
HI: I was just at Corinth Baptist Cemetery in Johnston to do a Photo Request for William Carroll, and took photos of all the Carroll monuments I could find. In trying to match them, I could not find a grave for George Malcomb Carroll; it appears that he is not buried with his wife and sons. Do you have some other record or could you tell me where in Corinth C he might be placed? I am not related but live very near there so am going to work on Find A Grave completion of that Cemetery.
Added by Donna Wright on Oct 19, 2015 3:43 PM
Donna Wagner Hodson
John Shrock
thank you so very much for trying to get the photo!
Added by Donna Wagner Hodson on Oct 06, 2015 12:02 AM
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