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|Evette Dingle-Smith (#48158042)|
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Hello, thank you for visiting my Memorial Pages. Some Memorials I have added are work in Progress and are not completed!!! All help is welcome and needed for me to complete my Memorials. I would really appreciate your help. Being able to add more information and/or complete all Memorials will means a lot to me. Thank You All For Your Help. Please send an edit suggest a correction or an addition and I will be very glad to add the information to the Memorial's Biographical Section. I prefer to utilize the picture area for photos and headstones for the people to be remembered by. Please do not posted: death certificates, birth certificates, marriage certificates, newspaper Obits and duplicate of a photo that is already in place. I really appreciate all work that everyone has done for me. Thanks to all who has left flowers, tokens and kind words for our loved ones. NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT COPY MY PERSONAL PHOTOS AND DO NOT POST MY PERSONAL PHOTOS TO ANY OTHER WEB SITE, ALSO IT YOU WANT TO USE ANY OF MY PERSONAL PHOTOS YOU MUST ASK PERMISSION FROM ME...THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH~~SMILE AND BE BLESSED!!!!!!!|
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|Carolina Grave Hunter||Your Bio and Familysearch.org|
I ran across your bio and thought you might want to know that for those who died in NC from 1909-1995 you can find death record which includes cemetery if known.
John Baines was buried at Baines Cemetery which has been added to Findagrave. There is a photo of the burial grounds along with headstone photos for those who had a headstone I assume. There are two cemeteries set up, but one was set up in error.
I will had the death certificate for John Baines so you can add his information. You will need to move his memorial page to the correct cemetery unless you are 100% sure you have his at the correct cemetery.
Please go to familysearch.org and you can search by name, then put the county in NC that you believe they died in even if you don't have a date.
Have a great day,
|CJ (Martin/Collins/Smith) ||Savannah Texas Martin|
Savannah Texas Martin was my great grandmother (her son Blaine married Lillie Smith). It's so nice to see this photo of her--we don't have any photos of her (her grandson Paul has one of her when she was younger, I think).
I was wondering if out line is connected to Col. John (Jack) Martin, who some believe was the father of Judge John Martin who was the fisrt supreme court justice for the Cherokee Nation after they were removed to Okla. Here's the link to the disussion on this
Thanks for your help!
|Elizabeth Malm||Curious about David Breon and 2nd wife|
Hello, Evette! I am a descendant of Daniel Breon (b. around 1824 or 1826), and I think this might be his 2nd wife: https://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi/://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=111856488. I have not found any documentation about him being married a second time--I was wondering where you found your information? I'd love any help or citations you'd be able to share. Thanks for all the great work you do on here!
All the best,
|Cheryl White||Ruth Heil Simon , Ernest & Louisa Heil|
I have updated the pages for the Heil family at Mount Hope cemetery in Topeka, Kansas, and have sent copies of the updated pages to the cemetery office for their files.
Thank you so much for the flowers you left on their pages.
|AllisonIreneBrock-Futrell||Barnett Brock 1810|
I saw your memorial on my Great, Great Grandfather's page. Do you know of my Great Great Grandfather? Thank you so much.
|RJ Smith||Barbara Hafner|
I notice your memorial. Are you related to her?
Added by RJ Smith on Mar 04, 2017 9:25 AM
|Mays family||John Benson|
I noticed your tribute on the grave of John Benson. Are you related?
|Michele Brady Jeffers||Solomon|
Hello! I noticed your memorial. How are you related?
Michele Brady Jeffers
|Jesse Brincefield||Talvin Silas|
FYI there are two Talvin Silas memorials, VA make the first one.
|A. T. McCray||SC & Maryland Dingles|
My husband is originally from Clarendon Co. SC. There were Dingles in that county, some of whom have migrated to Maryland. I would be interested to know about your Dingles but don't want to leave too much information on this public message board.
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