|David Gladwell||Milford C Richmond 132855821|
Would you be so kind as to add the photo of Mr Richmond's grave stone to the memorial of his wife, Frances L Willard Richmond. If you wish, I can make the transfer. Thank you.
|Rhonda Gibson||RE: Abraham Johnson|
I can't be certain the information I have is correct. What dad remembered a month ago, he doesn't remember today. I will do further research and in the mean time will delete the picture I posted since I can't be certain that this is my Abraham. Thank you so much.
|Rhonda Gibson||RE: Abraham Johnson|
He was the brother of my great grandmother. Last name is actually spelled Johnston. 1900 is an estimate. I do know that family legend has it that he was 20 when he was killed after being thrown from a horse crossing the bridge at the old school on Ellison Ridge Rd that broke his neck. I have run into many Abraham Johnson's and Johnston's with a T but am fairly certain that this is the correct one. He was never married and his middle name was James but everyone called him Jim. His grandfather was an Abraham thus the nickname. I will ask my dad just to be certain if you want to hold off on any changes. Dad is the only living descendent that was able to put things into perspective in order for me to even begin to research the family. Why he waited until he was 77 to decide he wanted our family tree done is beyond me. Any information you have would be greatly appreciated.
|Miranda Griffin||182273668 Thomas G. Flint|
Thanks again....feeling great to make these connections....
|Miranda Griffin||RE: 155113859 Hettie Flint|
I just added Thomas F. Reynolds father of Hettie Reynolds Flint, only evidence for his is his Marriage Bond in Stokes Co NC June 1855 to Abigale Griffin, I have yet to find in Census. Hettie husband is shown in same gravestone photo as Hettie. Thanks..
|Miranda Griffin||155113859 Hettie Flint|
THANK-YOU,,,,Now I see Abigale Griffin Reynolds is also buried there....Been looking for many years...Findagrave.com is wonderful...but more THANKS and APPRECIATION for your efforts locating Hettie's gravestone...May now make a trip to the church cemetery to look for more possible connections..from North Carolina...
|JFINK||RE: Dayton & Rhoda Humphreys|
Thank you for the information. I made the correction for Albert's burial location and added the correct names of the children that you listed. Check it over to make sure that everything is correct just in case. I am very grateful for your help and if there is anymore information that you come across that you would like me to add, don't hesitate to contact me. Kindest regards, Jamie
Added by JFINK on Jul 06, 2017 5:44 AM
|JFINK||Dayton & Rhoda Humphreys|
Thank you for the message. It's wonderful to hear from someone who has some knowledge and information about this family, a branch of my family that I don't know very much about. I added Dayton & Rhoda's memorials while researching their daughter Cora. Since I am related to the family, I prefer to continue managing their memorials but I would be very happy to add your information to their bio section, crediting you for the info.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Added by JFINK on Jul 04, 2017 1:46 PM
|Ace||Edith Painter at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! Photos have been posted to her memorial.
James T. Painter, Sr., 1918 - 1972
If you add a photo request for him I will post the photos that I took to his memorial.
Added by Ace on May 15, 2017 12:55 AM
|e.d.spencer||RE: Correction on previous message Minnie Ingram Spencer Shough # 25610127|
It is great to reconnect. I do have a photo each of Harden and and his wife that came from a Reynolds relative. She wouldn't let me take them to be copied so I photographed the pictures and they turned out pretty well. I don't have digital copies but I will get them scanned so I can send them to you.
There may other memorials that I would like transferred and I'll let you know about them.
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