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"To be a Virginian, either by birth, marriage, adoption, or even one's mother's side, is an introduction to any state in the Union, a passport to any foreign country, and a benediction from the Almighty God."
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Certainly, glad to be of help.
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Thanks for the pictures and inforamtion!|
You are welcome. Sorry it took so long but without a location it is a very large cemetery to locate some one in and the office doesn't want to help un less you tell them you have been looking for a few days and couldn't find them.
|Hixburg23958||RE: Thanks for the pictures and information!|
It was my pleasure, and unfortunately I don't have their marker without flowers. I will obtain one on my next venture to the cemetery, but as a rule I generally don't disturb anything on the sites; too much chance of upsetting someone unintentionally. I will drop you a line when next I get there.
Take Care, and thanks for being a part of the family of Find A Grave.
|OLGA||T.S. Estbrook Correction|
Thank you for your additional info for T.S. Estabrook. Is it possible to provide a memorial # to link to his spouse, Louise? What was his given name, as the headstone only has T.S. Estabrook.
Added by OLGA on Sep 30, 2017 4:15 AM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Thanks for the Photos and Transfer!|
You are welcome It was a pleasure to help your locate some family members. Still looking for Lillian Gaddy.
|Clelia Casey||RE: Thanks for the information!|
Distantly related through the Alexanders. Her father was Thomas Sumner Neisler 1869-1932, born in Mecklenburg County, NC, and her mother was Margaret Elizabeth Evans, 1869-1936, from Manchester, Virginia. His name is incorrectly transcribed as Austin in the 1900 census, but if you look at the record, you can just make out that it is Neisler. Her death record shows Neisler as her father. Born in Virgina, probably in Manchester on December 21, 1895 and died in Richmand April 24, 1952.
As accurate as I can make it. Hope this info is useful to you
|Marian Thompson||RE: Thanks for being a Photo Volunteer!|
you are very welcome
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Thanks for the information!|
Yes they will know. Or you could contact the cemetery and ask them for her location. which might be the best way to find out. If they give you a location let me knoww. As they won't give the location to me.
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Thanks for being a Photo Volunteer!|
You are welcome. Sorry its taking so long to find them all but the cemetery will not let you know where they are unless you are family. The Cemetery has over 25 sections so it takes time. If you can call and get the locations it would help. The number is 704 392 2104.
|Pam||105107276 Nola Skipton Tingley|
Thank you for adding source info for your edit request as it makes it easier to verify. Please note that I added links to her parents graves as well as to her husband. A photo request has gone out to the volunteers for this cemetery and will probably be updated within a week or two (depending on weather usually)
Added by Pam on Aug 23, 2017 11:48 PM
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