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Jann Downie
RE: Claude Andrew Bradley
Well hello cousin, nice to meet you. I am not positive about the cemetery, though I am sure I can find out. I know it is in Chula Ga, Thanks.

Added by Jann Downie on Aug 15, 2016 7:31 AM

Jan Johnson
RE: Bertha Warnock
Thanks for all you have done

Added by Jan Johnson on Jul 14, 2016 5:54 PM

Jan Johnson
Sorry that I did not put this in the first message
Jay Roy is listed as a child
He is not Charley Mae's son
He belongs to her husband and his second wife
Thanks again for your selfless time and energy

Added by Jan Johnson on Jul 07, 2016 7:36 PM

Jan Johnson
Name. 75882883
The name is listed as Charlie May Warnock
But her name is Charley Mae Warnock
Please look at the grave stone and you will see the correct spelling
Can this be changed
Thank you for all that you do
Jan johnson

Added by Jan Johnson on Jul 07, 2016 4:31 AM

Jan Johnson
RE: Bertha Warnock
Thanks for all of your hard work

Added by Jan Johnson on Jul 02, 2016 7:16 PM

Jan Johnson
Bertha Warnock
Bertha warnock. 1893--3/19/1981
At Union cemetery,east Dublin,ga.
Is not correct
Her spouse is not Robert L Warnock
She was married to Charlie Warnock
Children are
Bernice Jane Warnock Johnson
Clemmie Warnock
Avis Warnock Graham Hatcher
Moselle Daley Hall
Charley Mae Warnock
Thank you and I know the work on these
Are works of Love and sometimes we all make a mistake

Added by Jan Johnson on Jul 01, 2016 3:47 PM

Alan Cearley
RE: Cornelia Henry errors
Thank you.

Added by Alan Cearley on Apr 18, 2016 3:15 PM

Alan Cearley
Cornelia Henry errors
Hello, I hate to inform you that you have entered mistakes on Cornelia Henry buried in the Parker Family Cemetery in DeKalb Co. GA. Her tombstone has her middle initial as "J" but you indexed "C". Her birthdate on the tombstone states "1914" but you indexed "1915". Please check this out and make corrections as needed.

Thank you

Added by Alan Cearley on Apr 18, 2016 7:52 AM

Doug Robinson Memorial
Thank you for transferring Doug Robinson's memorial to me. I really appreciate it.

Added by Sheryl on Apr 07, 2016 3:43 PM

John G. O
RE: Georgia Ann Sheriff Stegall
J. C., Got that information i to you from source and LDS/Family History Library, with the fact, some relatives are hard to follow between some Census(es) from Counties, to States, and what have you even on Some of the wings/branches even with Stegalls/Crawfords/Kays and Forester/Foster lead here and there. Got to watch for some
spellings by the Census Takers, Enumerators, and those names transcribe later to Soundex Cards. Many times a Foster or Forester will appear as other names like Forester or Foster. And children know at one time or other on One Census will not, 10-years-later. And Names were repeated had one died in the past 10-years between Census, even during States Census, in the in between Census Years, like 1860, 1865, 1870, or 1900, 1905...
At this time what I posted is what I have, while I keep seeking and searching some cemeteries haven't been to in some time, like a "go-back-and-see," maybe find Old Slab (Headstone/Tombstone) propped against another or a wall... grave may be lost. Many Rivers and Creeks changed courses with the weather and heavy rains... Family Cemeteries on Family Farms disappeared, and some cemeteries had to be moved for building of dams for power stations.
When I get a lead... may be from Anderson County Cemetery Records... will let you know what I got and maybe you like wise. Even Courthouse Records, Old Courthouse Records can be fuzzy, hairy, with spellings, and missed dates... another name that person was known by, like 'Hovie' in place of 'Hoover,' or some 'nick name they went by,' or the Old Record has long since 'disappeared' from the Courthouse (like Probate Records).
Some Older Cemeteries have fallen into disrepair, over grown, lost! I recall an Ann Sheriff, teacher, who had been into Genealogy of the Sheriffs.... maybe She help. I don't have an address, but she taught at Forest Acres Easley for years. John G. O III

Added by John G. O on Mar 31, 2016 12:45 PM

John G. O
RE: Georgia Ann Sheriff Stegall
J C, Tracking information from Census Record notes, still
seeking where, Annett Sheriff, born 1832 SC, married in
1854 to Zilla Forester, born 1834, mother of 8 children in
17-years. Annett died 1937, 105-years, Zilla died in 1854,
buried in Anderson County, cemetery not found yet. Daughter, Georigia Ann Sheriff Stegall, born 18 March 1874 in Anderson County, married Whitt Hamilton Stegall, (1871-1965), about
1894, died 17 September 1937, buried with Whitt Stegall
at Six & Twenty Baptist Church Cemetery. Zill Forester's
parents were Amos Forester and Matilda Pastilia Long as
noted in and records. Still researching for more details... lost cemeteries or courthouse records. Would connected parents to Georgia were details
at hand to link as such. Link to to grandchildren, to Hovie
Stegall, and Clarence Stegall (1924-2015).
John G. O III

Added by John G. O on Mar 31, 2016 6:49 AM

Bill Foster (W.L.Foster )
Forrester / Forster / Foster
There is not a Close relatiship between us I csn Find after Immigration .

Added by Bill Foster (W.L.Foster ) on Mar 10, 2016 10:51 AM

Double L
Charlotte Duckworth Aiken
Thank you for the information, I deleted the date of death I had, if you find the date she died, please let me know. Again thank you.

Added by Double L on Mar 09, 2016 11:06 AM

Rena Forester Davis
RE: Elijah Forester
It is unknown exactly the names of my grt. grt. grandfather, Elijah Forester's (wife was Linny E. England; 2nd wife, was Arrena Parillee Blankenship). However, according to verbal history, the old Forester lineage originated in North and then South Carolina before travelling inward to areas of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Missouri. Would love to know more about your Issaac Forester. Are you on I have been researching for many many years now and have solved a lot of family mysteries and would love to go back atleast one more generation to find who my Elijah Forester's parents were. My dad, Charles Lee Forester just recently passed in November; however, he was a wealth of information regarding family history. He even agreed to a DNA test on Father's Day weekend of 2015 to try a determine how much of his family oral history could be confirmed and it matched up with what he had always been told that he was of Scottish and Irish decent as well as German ancestry. Look forward to hearing from you again soon. Please feel free to contact me directly at ---please note there is also another Elijah Forester and family that during the Civil War served as a Leut. however, my Elijah served as a private for the Confederency and was taken as a POW

Added by Rena Forester Davis on Jan 20, 2016 11:53 PM

RE: Edward Ralph Maxwell
k thks for the corrected info....

Added by NEVER EVER FORGET...... on Dec 25, 2015 5:07 PM

Grady Owens
Re: Louanna Reffit Justice
On a related note (since it didn't cross my mind when I was writing my first reply), you say you have information on Louana; do you have more conclusive evidence on who her parents might have been? Her death certificate lists "Jack Reffit" and "Bety [sic] Prater", and the aforementioned marriage record lists her mother as Polly Reffit (which is consistent; Mary, Polly, Elizabeth, Betty, etc. I've found to be largely interchangeable in records from that time), but I can't find anything on "Jack".

Added by Grady Owens on Nov 22, 2015 10:24 PM

Grady Owens
Re: Louanna Reffit Justice
The most likely candidates I've been able to determine are Abraham Justice and Rachel Potter; Ed and Louana's marriage certificate indicates orders for the marriage to commence from "his mother Rachel Justice", and there is an Edmond listed in the household of a younger Abraham Justice, likely his brother, in the 1850 US Federal Census.

Added by Grady Owens on Nov 22, 2015 10:21 PM

Grady Owens
Re: Louanna Reffit Justice
I absolutely do; Louana and Ed were my 3rd-great grandparents, my grandfather's great-grandparents. I'm related through their first daughter, Mary Justice. Ed died 24 Dec 1892, according to his Civil War pension records (which I do have in full). Alas, I do not know where he was interred.

Added by Grady Owens on Nov 21, 2015 9:01 PM

Tiffany Sweaney
Thank you
I would just like to thank you for posting all that you do... I do not know much at all about my family and and sadly have no one left to tell me anything.. So all of the little pieces I find just melt my heart and I am so very greatful for them.

Tiffany Sweaney

Added by Tiffany Sweaney on Nov 18, 2015 3:29 PM

Janie Light
RE: L. C. Farmer
Isn't genealogy research fun!!!!

Added by Janie Light on Nov 15, 2015 10:17 PM

Janie Light
RE: L. C. Farmer
Sounds good to me. I had a case when a boy was named J. D. on his birth certificate, but when he joined the Navy, they said he had to have a real name. So his naval records all show Jay Dee.


Added by Janie Light on Nov 02, 2015 7:49 AM

Janie Light
RE: L. C. Farmer
Let me now what he says.

Hope all is well with you and your family.


Added by Janie Light on Oct 29, 2015 6:39 AM

Re: Willoughby
Life would be better for everyone, if we all tried to get along. These are the choices you have for a declined edit.

(1)Not accurate - Their data conflicts with my data
(2)Not accurate - Their data applies to a different memorial.
(3)Content submitted does not belong in this data field.
(4)This memorial will remove accurate data.
(5)No change. The memorial is up to date with submitted edit.
(6)This edit appears to be fraudulent and needs to be reported.

I declined your edit because you did not include any source for your edit. Genealogy is all about documentation. When Find A Grave became a genealogy group, owned now by, they added the feature to make edits. However, they allowed people to change middle names, spelling of names, etc. without any thing to back it up. If you had sent a message along with the request, in the section for all other changes, there would not have been a problem.
I am no longer contributing to Find A Grave and I want every memorial I manage, to be complete with accurate data.

Please in the future, remember there is a mission on the manager and the person that is wanting to make a change. When the info is sourced, and can be found in a particular place, book or record, then no one can ask for an edit.

I hope this makes sense to you, as I get yelled at every time I decline an edit, but, I will decline every time, until you provide documented information.

Many thanks,

Added by Winnette on Oct 07, 2015 11:53 AM

Dianne Crawford
RE: Hello Double cousin :)
It's always nice to meet a new cousin. My grandmother was a Durrett from Carroll County, GA., and my grandfather was a McBrayer from Paulding County, GA. I have lots of info n these families.

Added by Dianne Crawford on Oct 02, 2015 12:26 PM

james bledsoe
RE: Mattie Touchstone & james W Bledsoe

Added by james bledsoe on Sep 29, 2015 5:25 PM


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