|Clementine||RE: Albert, Alma & Salome Cromer markers|
You're most welcome.
|Gail and Scott Hannah||RE: Albert Davis|
I sent them thru the edit button. In order to get you the scource I have to send seperate. One under the suggestion edit and one under the relationship tab. I doubled checked and they are on my pending lists so should be on your edit lists pending to be approved. I wish Findagrave would make for clearer way to send source info. Any other problem ,let me know. gail
|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Cleland and many SC & NC names|
Doug, I want to say thanks for all you do for others through your work with Find A Grave. For people like me who, because of age and health, can no longer visit cemeteries it really means a lot. I have been on my genealogy journey since the 1980's and have visited many cemeteries until I got to where I could not. I am working very hard to see that I have as much on my family files and it verified as I can so that my descendants and others connected can see their heritage. I hope you won't mind my making copies of your photos for my family files.
God bless you in your work of helping others.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson
|Brent Smith||Howard & Eleanor Cromer|
I was curious if you knew why Howard and Eleanor were buried in separate cemeteries. Were they divorced by chance? I am a distant cousin to Eleanor through her mother, Bessie A Elliot Rivers.
|Keith G. Cromer||Phoebe C Yeldell Cromer|
Would like to have a picture of the tombstone if possible.
|JoAnn Welch Coon||John Chastain|
Hi You left me a message about John Chastain. He was married to my aunt but I can't find who his parents are. Can you help me with this? Thanks. Have a blessed day! Jo Ann Welch Coon
|Love in Family||swain hortman|
thank you so much for struggling through this with me I am still looking for joe's final resting place will let you know if I find it. Thank you again for all you do.... bren
|T. Allen||Samual Cromer|
I believe I have found it! You were right, the grave is listed under Earl. This is a huge relief to me, I have looked everywhere for him. I will send it along with the other photos, you can post it on his page if this is the right one.
Added by T. Allen on Mar 04, 2015 7:01 PM
|EWW||Henrietta Gable @ Double Branches|
Thanks for your message noting that Gable should not be spelled with an s. I posted the obit exactly as it was printed in the newspaper. The newspaper had printed Gable with s at the end.
I have done some research on the Gable family as Sarah Blythe "Tabitha" Kesler who m. Harmon Gable is my husband's Kesler line. I have quite a few obits from the early 1900's & up to a point in time, Gable was always spelled with an s. Somewhere along the way, the family seemed to have dropped the s.
You & my husband possibly share roots as he is also a Cromer desc from Franklin Co.
Question: I know where Harmon Gable is buried evn though I haven't gone there yet. Do you know anything about his burial place & might his wife be buried with him, perhaps in an unmarked grave??
Added by EWW on Feb 13, 2015 10:12 AM
|william a suggs||Suggs Family|
Yes I came across your name linked with the Suggs Family and I would like to discuss this with you you can always email back thank you
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