|Alvin Derby (#47406428)|
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I am a retired truck driver from NH. I have been doing research into our past for over fortyfive years. I enjoy doing geneology,deeds research, and I am also a past member of The Old Graveyards Ass. in NH. I have time to help people understand our past,for if we understand the past then we will understand our present and future!|
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|Nurse||Mary Stephenson Arrington|
Mary mother of Sarah Arrington Comb who was born in 1762 in Maryland but died in Levi Combs home In,1862 is buried in the Black Oak Cemetery. .SHE HAS NO HEADSTONE. I HAVE RESEACHED THIS FAMILY. AND EVERYTHING DOCUMENTED.HOW DO I get her information placed in this Cemetery.
Added by Nurse on Apr 22, 2017 12:27 PM
|Nurse||Sarah Arrington Combs|
She is my fourth great grandmother, Sarah had another son named Ethelbert Arrington . Sarah Combs name is on his marriage record and it states Levi is his step father. He married Hannah Person in Fulton County, Illinois. Ethelbert was born in North Carolina.We don't know his father's name. I was so thrilled when I found that marriage record, because nobody had been able to place him .
Added by Nurse on Apr 22, 2017 9:59 AM
|Gretchen Silva||Johnson cemetery|
My name is Gretchen silva. The johnsons are part of my heritage. Would it be possible to get better directions from you to get to the Johnson cemetery from Springdale?
|Steve Bench||Elisha Wiggins|
I almost forgot, memorial #118410670. Sorry.
|Steve Bench||Elijah Wiggins|
I was wondering what was the source of Elijah being born in Blount Co., TN. I have him born in Jackson Co., TN but that's not carved in stone. I haven't been able to find his father James in the census in 1820 but Tennessee is not complete for 1820 and people are often missed as well. I know that James and Elizabeth were married in Blount Co., TN in 1819 but my info was that they were in transit from Lincoln Co., NC to Jackson Co., TN when they married. Elizabeth (Swearengin) Wiggins father Van died about 1817-1819 in NC and she had two older brothers living along the Jackson-Overton County Tennnessee line. She and her baby sister Hollie Jane Swearengin both went to Tennesee about 1819. Hollie would have been about 13 at the time.
|Bonnie Maskery||Martha Alexander #23933924 / #12244580|
This memorial (#12244580) is now maintained by Shelba (#46960729) and she originally had it. Please contact her for further help as I cannot delete it because I no longer maintain it and Find A Grave will not allow me to remove/delete it.
|Bonnie Maskery||Martha Alexander #23933924 / #122440580|
This memorial (#122440580) is now maintained by Shelba (#46960729). Please contact her for further help as I cannot delete it because I no longer maintain it.
|Bonnie Maskery||Martha A Alexander|
I'd be very glad to remove my for her memorial but I need her memorial number(s)as she has fallen off my radar and I can't find her.
Can you change Samuel "Hagar" to "Hager"? I noticed on the tombstone is shows Hager. Thank you.
Added by Amanda on Mar 20, 2016 9:06 AM
|Garrett Gabel||Wiley Deen of Arkansas|
Hello Alvin, I noticed the photo of Wiley Deen buried in the Deen Family cem. of Washington Co. Arkansas while doing research on the Isaac Neely Brown family of Phelps Co. Mo. who lived near where I reside. Matter of fact, my aunt lives on the same farm and right next to the same spring where the Brown house sat! Wiley of course married a daughter of Isaac & Elizabeth Brown. I'm assuming you are a descendant of Deen?? If so,do you have a better scan of that photograph?? Do you have any stories handed down by the Deen or Brown families?? Military records? I would greatly appreciate anything you'd be willing to share. Thanks, Garrett Gabel
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