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I've been researching my family for many years and have found Findagrave to be invaluable. |
Many of my memorials have been entered from transcripts and I have not seen the actual headstone. If you post a headstone photo to a memorial, and there is a difference in info, please send an edit and let me know.
Please do not post a death certificate to a memorial that I manage. I know they are allowed, but I don't like them, and Findagrave does remove them when requested. So it will save everyone work, if they're not posted to begin with. If there is information on the d/c that I have not listed, send a SAC and I'll add it. The death certificate does not add anything to the memorial that can't be put in the bio.
When requesting a transfer, for any memorial that is outside the 4 generation guideline (siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren), please explain your relationship, and why you wish the memorial transferred. I'll consider the request, and transfer on a case by case basis. Thanks!
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|KGroomsNC||Correction to England men, Rockingham, NC|
Doing research here and ran across two cousins' memorials (one from maternal side, the other from paternal side, BOTH with the same names essentially).
Bobby Lee England 50704533 was NOT a son of J.P. England, and was NOT a husband to Patsy Harden. This Bobby was named Robert and called Bobby, and his parents were Peter L. England (no memorial) and Ollie Mae Goodwin Williams (has memorial).
Bobby Earl England 40226140 WAS the husband of Patsy Harden (has a memorial) and was the son of Summie Francis England and Mary Magalene Grooms England. To my knowledge, Mr. Summie has a memorial; I KNOW my great aunt Maggie has one. Not sure who the J.P. England was.
I hope you will look into these and make the suggested corrections. If you have questions, feel free to contact me.
Best wishes, and thanks for all the hard work!
Kevin L. Grooms
Charlotte, NC (formerly of Rockingham, NC)
|Ramona Martin||Annis Vuncannon dates|
Hi Joni, Would you please recheck Annis Vuncannon tombstone date as posted? It should be 1885 instead of 1855 I believe. He is the son of William Riley Vuncannon and is listed in the 1920 census of Marks Creek Township, Richmond County, age 36, with first wife Sarah Ellen Luck. Thank you so much. Ramona
|Alix Hagstrom||RE: Finlay McSween #54393630|
The surname was spelled in a variety of ways: McSwain, McSween, McSwean
'British Aliens in the U.S. During the War of 1812' p342 (North Carolina), which lists:
Finlay McSwain, age 64, 9 yrs in US (probably 10 yrs), wife and 3 children, Richmond County, farmer (14 Sep - 12 Oct 1812) .. b: 1848; arrival: 1803 (probably 1802, along with Angus (70), brother, and Daniel (32), son or nephew)
Finlay McSwain, age 47, 22 years in U.S., wife and 6 children, Richmond County (14 Sep - 12 Oct 1812) .. b: 1765; arrival: 1790, along with Daniel (55) and Daniel (52).
I also have a newspaper article listing arrival into Wilmington Harbor NC on 29 Oct 1802 of the ship 'Duke of Kent' from Liverpool, England carrying 497 passengers, mostly Scots from Isle of Skye, Iverness-shire.
My research indicates that this part of the family arrived in 1790 and 1802 from Isle of Skye, Inverness-shire, Scotland. But I understand that there are other possible 'stories' to consider.
Would you like a copy of the documents that I have?
THANKS for your reply...
|Dot Harcum||Donald Dilday|
Memorial 99548904. Request honored.
|dhintx||RE: Darin Ogden|
I'm so sorry for your loss. It is a good thing that you have done to see that they all have records on Findagrave. That's why I comb old newspapers looking for obits. I want to see everyone who has passed to be remember - especially ones who lost their lives in service. Teamwork! Donna
Added by dhintx on Feb 22, 2017 9:16 PM
|Lina||RE: Mills Cemetery|
Thanks, Joni, for your response. Do you mean the WPA (Works Progress Administration)? The EPA was started in 1970. Can you tell me where you accessed these records? Thanks, Lina
Added by Lina on Dec 09, 2016 5:05 PM
|Lina||Mills Cemetery, Troy, NC|
You have memorials for 3 people named Mills buried in the Mills Cemetery, Troy, NC. For reference, one of the memorial numbers is:
Could you tell me where the cemetery is or where you found the information locating these burials at this cemetery? I haven't been able to verify.
Thanks so much for all the great work you do.
Added by Lina on Nov 20, 2016 9:11 PM
|Rachel McCulloch||Susan Northington Deaton|
I noticed that you did Susan Northington Deaton posting. I was wondering if you have ever seen it?
|B. Felix||RE: Malcom G. Fetter|
You're very welcome.
Added by B. Felix on Nov 08, 2016 10:10 AM
|LTC Stephen R. Pain||RE: Duplicate Memorial of Helen Nealy|
Joni, thank you for your help and you are right, now I know where she is buried and also her son, Esau. Blessings and Peace!
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