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|Son of a local historian from the Old English area of South Carolina. I enjoy linking families to each other throughout the area. I use Jean Bratton Clawson Agee's papers in the history Room at the Chester County Library in Chester, S.C.. Her research is extensive and well organized.|
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You are fast! Thank you so much for the grave photos of John and Eliz. Simpson. Much appreciated!
Added by GBK on May 19, 2016 5:10 PM
|Barbara Reid Ruiz||Emeline Burns|
Thanks for the photo of Emeline Burns marker! Much appreciated.
|GMG||Maj. Edward McDaniel Mills|
Many thanks for sending me the links to Maj. Edward McDaniel Mills' parents. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on May 10, 2016 5:47 AM
|Duvall||Edward Betts Burns, Jr.|
I have moved his gravestone photo to the earlier memorial and deleted the memorial I had entered. Thanks for calling this to my attention.
Added by Duvall on Apr 30, 2016 7:44 PM
|Barbara Reid Ruiz||Mary Simpson Hamilton|
Thank you for searching for Mary's tombstone, although we now know it is an unmarked grave.
|holly k||linda jenkins|
thank you so much for the transfer. it is unexpected but greatly appreciated. i will take very good care of her. holly
Added by holly k on Apr 25, 2016 11:05 PM
It is a pleasure to photograph the memorials. I hope to get back to Union ARP soon.
Added by Duvall on Apr 22, 2016 4:51 PM
|Green Jewell||WA Rosborough #114523434|
This entry is a duplicate of #99320501 a more complete and accurate entry William Alexander Rosborough. Please delete. Thanks!
|Green Jewell||Martha Mary Rosborough # 138153690|
The above entry is a duplicate of #65045272 a more complete and earlier entry. Please delete. Thanks!
|lindsaytrips||RE: Wood Cemetery Chester, S.C.|
Hello! I actually came across pictures of the Wood Cemetery while over at the Chester County Library while doing family research; I have not actually been out to the cemetery. Rolley and Keziah are my ancestors through their daughter, France's "Fannie" Wood Boulware. I'm hoping to be get out there this summer to locate the spot. I have heard that it is close to where 215 and 72 come together, and I believe that they have done logging in the area.
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