|J. Hobson (#47975898)|
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|I am a farmer in Yadkin County, NC, about 75% of my genealogy is old-line Yadkin County families. I am interested in my own ancestors, families who lived on land now a part of our farm, and the small industries conducted here in the South Fall Creek area in the 1800's.|
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|Sheila Mobley||RE: Lydia Harvey Hobson|
Justin, If you find any mistakes that I have made in creating Sarah Hobson Moon's memorial, please feel free to let me know about them. I always strive to be as accurate as possible, but mistakes do creep in. You live in a beautiful state. I have visited it before several times and one summer many years ago had taken some post-graduate classes at ASU in Boone. Once again, thank you. Sheila
|Sheila Mobley||Lydia Harvey Hobson|
Thank you so very much for providing me Lydia Harvey Hobson's place of burial. I have taken care of your request. Sheila
|K. Ned Beasley||Nora Jane Adams Jenkins|
Sorry, but I have no additional information. I am not a descendant. Hope you find the info that you are looking for. Have a good day.
|Bob Carter||RE: Rachel Holcomb|
So the marriage record in Surry County for Grimes showing as Graham is wrong? I have an index, but not a copy of the marriage so can't tell you if it shows as Graham or Grimes.
Yes, the index was from a compilation of records by Helen Wishon and there were several errors, many of which I have updated and have in a spreadsheet.
|Bob Carter||RE: Alice Warden|
Double memorials? Yes, I've even seen two women who had graves and they were next to their husband (my ancestral lines). My wife and I figure one of the family said they would buy the stone, and the other member of the family said they would buy it, so they both got angry and each got a stone. :-)
|L. Adams||RE: Isaac Stinson|
I do not have access to the will copy at present (recently moved), but I do have an electronic copy of the disbursement, which mentions Rachel Brown. She received $11 from the sale of Isaac's mill in May 1887. There was a total of $235 which was distributed (not equally) to:
Etta J. Collins
Added by L. Adams on Nov 24, 2014 12:22 PM
|D.J. Baker||RE: Re: Holcombs|
Yes...to old to change now! Give a hug to grandma for me. I cherish the basket she made for me. Do you have any of her baskets? I would be happy to put it back in your family.
|D.J. Baker||RE: Holcombs|
HI Cousin...sure is me! Last time we corrosponded you were fixn' to get married. I have been trying to get caught up and saw where your grandpa passed. So very sorry to hear about that.
We have been in Oklahoma visiting our daughter and Bud ministered our grand daughter's marriage. We have to get togeather, on line, soon. Family has grown, will bring you up to date privately. Crops in? My very best, Daundra
|JARROTT P. COX||Find A Grave Memorial# 84168290|
I am so sorry it took so long to make Your up dates, they got lost in my box, but they are done now. Thanks. Jarrott
|Hutch||RE: Junior Hobson|
Justin and family,
God bless you and keep you in this time of mourning. We send our most heartfelt condolences.
Added by Hutch on Jul 06, 2013 12:15 PM
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