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Found findagrave when I was doing some internet research on a old family grave site located on our youth camp property. We then took pictures of all the grave sites in the cemetery, added pictures to the memorials that were already created and ended up creating almost a dozen more. From there we decided to document the dozen or so small family cemeteries located in our 20 mile long Appalachian valley that we live in. Enjoying getting to know the history and people of our area.|
If I created a memorial for one of your relatives, just let me know and we will transfer. Love answering photo requests, especially in other area cemeteries that haven't been photographed. A
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|James Wallace||James and Susan (Sessler)|
Other children include Samuel Chester, George Edward, and Nancy, who all moved to Dallas. Samuel is my grandfather who married Roberta Lake Henderson in Virginia. I have a picture of James and Susan and I'll try to upload it.
|Neil White||RE: Seth Afari photo request|
Glad to fulfill your request. So sorry that Seth is no longer with us.
|Michael Baker||Small clarification to memorial request|
Forgot to mention I know memorial for Edrie Lottie May Baker Fisher is sunset cemetery, but it's the same family, and we also have quite a few of the same Baker family there, all related to the Den Hill cemetery Bakers. She's my great aunt.
|Michael Baker||Memorial Transfer|
Wonder if you would transfer my great aunt's memorial to me. Den Hill is the main cemetery and living area of many of my Baker and Graham family elders in that area, and I'm slowly collecting the Bakers and Graham memorials so I can add additional info and make sure they are all straight. I was raised there in Christiansburg and my family still resides there. We go way back in the area.
Thanks and take care.
Edrie Lottie May Baker Fisher
|Bonnie Blevins||RE: Leah Burkholder|
I am so sorry. I will check this and take it off. Without seeing it first, I am going to assume it is a picture of her daughter, Helen that I mistakenly posted. Sorry for delay, I have not checked my messages in a very long time. Feel free to check my family tree on Ancestry. It is Homan Merritts tree. Burkholders are related to me on my father's side...Fornwalt is my grandmother's maiden name and she was Margaret Burkholders sister. Again I am very sorry.
|Chantelle||RE: S. S. Price|
Thank you for your help, I edited the one i already had with the correct information. and deleted the one you transferred simply because that was much easier with all the links and data i had on mine, I appreciate you letting me know, I did not realize that there are two named Mount Zion. I also appreciate your response on the coy cemetery question. I wonder where it is located exactly i am set to visit family later in the summer and may be able to find it myself. I have the death certificate for William saying that is where he is buried, his daughter bessie as well, but i have not found death info for his wife my 2x great grandmother and that is something i was hoping to find. I really appreciate all you do and all your help.
I have record of my 2x great grandfather being buried here but cannot find him on the list of those buried here. Are there unreadable grave stones? He is William Henry Scott, birth in 1850-1923. His wife was Sarah E. Epling and i cannot find any record of her death but would believe they are buried together. I wonder if you have seen an evidence there of their burial. If yes it would mean alot to me. As you know our ancestors are our roots, I also have a rare photo of them both i would like to post on a findagrave site so that other members of the family do not forget from where we came. I appreciate any help or information you can provide.
Chantelle R. Scott Gonzalez
|ancestryhunter2||RE: 155262525 Samuel George|
I didn't answer your last message because I didn't know that you had sent one.
Samuel's death certificate states he is black and is buried in the Horseshoe Cemetery in Pembroke, Giles County. He is listed as a farmhand. Son of Woodson and Isabelle, husband of Nannie. Died from accidental burns when his house burned and he didn't make it out. The informant was James Chapman.
|Daniel Botts||Freeman Twins|
I have moved the memorials for the Freeman Twins over to the Horseshoe Cemetery (Black) as you requested. Thank you for verifying their location. Take care and enjoy your day.
|Bev Waldron||RE: Mary Allen 106332468|
I have a copy of her death certificate which lists her death as October 31, 1948 at 6:15 PM. I would be happy to send you a copy to verify.
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