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|Judy Ewens||Amanda Wooten Webb|
Amanda Wooten Webb is not buried in the very nice, unmarked grave beside her husband, Ephraim Garrett Webb, in the Seth Webb family cemetery. She is buried in the Joel Edwards family cemetery beside Owens Pond. I'm working to get it up on findagrave; it will be in the next volume of Cemeteries of Edgecombe County. Joel was the son of Britain Edwards, Jr., and Sally Ann Warren. He bought 105 acres on the corner of what is now Hwy. 258 and Corbett Farm Rd in 1863. Access is by a path off 258 between Owens Pond and Corbett Farm Road. Once you turn onto the path, keep turning right, and the cemetery will be on your right, just past the chicken coop, just before the pond. It's a mess right now because I'm trying to clean it up--digging out stumps, etc.
Amanda's in the front-left corner, facing in the opposite direction of the other headstones, not that far from her parents, Gray and Becky (Edwards) Wooten. (Rebecca Louise Edwards was one of Joel's 8 children.) There's a trowel-carved slab with just Amanda's name. Four of her infant grandsons have child-sized slabs (date range from 1926 to 1945) to her left that I'm in the process of resetting. An uprooted tree made a mess, but when I was digging out the stump, I found the 4th slab--2 feet down. The four boys are infant children of her son, Joel Braxton Webb, and his wife, Corinne. Braxton and Corinne Webb are buried in Tarboro. They had 10 surviving children.
I'm taking care of Mandy and the little ones.
ps: Gray's brother, Amos Eason Wooten, and his wife, Mary S Wooten, are also in this cemetery.
I have no problem with your edits. Keep up the good work!
|Laurie Knight||RE: Lucy Belcher|
You are very welcome. I just happened upon Lucy as I was trying to find Laura Crawford Flanagan several years ago for another gentleman. I never did find her date of death, etc.
|Carolyn McVicker||Annie Norman|
It's been a long time since we last spoke. I remember you mentioned you were helping some residents with the information regarding their family members.
I've been kind of slow since March 31. I was notified that my brother, Tom, who lived in Virginia, had passed away in his home. He had apparently been dead for a couple of days when they found him. So, I've been back and forth to Virginia getting the Administrator papers approved, handling his estate and cleaning out his house. I'll go into more detail in a personal email to you.
I hope you're doing well. Keep sending me edits when you have information.
|Ann Webb||joel braxton webb b 1903, died 1999|
Children are: Ruby; Cecil; J.B.; Amanda; Alfred Grey; Almeta; Shelby Dean; Jack; Archie; Rudolph; Frank;Bruce; Braxton Earl; and Brenda.
Added by Ann Webb on May 06, 2015 9:51 AM
|Ann Webb||Ephraim Garrett Webb|
Emphraim's First born son was Joel Braxton Webb. Born September 24, 1903, died on or about May 28, 1999. Spouse Rosa Corrine Webb, born July 31, 1907, died July 27, 1975. Both are buried in Edgecombe Memorial Park, Tarboro, NC. Braxton and Corrine had 14 children, Ruby, Cecil, J.B., Amanda, Shelby Dean, Archie, Rudolph, Jack, Shelby Dean, and Alfred Grey who have all passed. As May 5, 2014, the living siblings are Almeta, Bruce, Braxton, and Brenda. I am married to the youngest son, Braxton. Thank you. Ann Webb
Added by Ann Webb on May 05, 2015 1:44 PM
|Eric Leindecker||RE: Lenoir and Greene County Memorials|
Thanks for your comments. I try my best. Also it gives me more reason to continue. . . .
|Lt. Bill Pittman||Senior Citizens|
Dear Anon, When I started about 3 years ago with Find A Grave I couldn't understand why some one had not attempted to put Pineview online. It is such an historic graveyard for the city of Rocky Mount. R. M. Memorial only started about 1960. I wish for our citizens to send in biographies about these people to myself or to Linda Moore, Supervisor of the Cemetery Division. Would you consider, being you are Find A Grave, receiving a block, say all last names starting with "A" doing biographies on these people? There are free websites to do this, just don't be fooled by deceptive selling ads while on them and you can still do outstanding work! Bill
|ValJ||RE: Isaac Strife|
You are very welcome...glad I could help.
Added by ValJ on Apr 18, 2015 4:28 PM
|Diane & John||Re: Milton Baker|
Thanks for letting me know about the duplicate for Milton Baker in Park View Cemetery. You're right - sometimes there is a hiccup when entering memorials!
Appreciate it, Diane
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