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Bob Maynard (#47243614)
 member for 5 years, 5 months, 15 days
Josh Peterman
RE: Ingram Family Cemetery
Yes I can do it. Send me the info and I will get to it next week.

Thx josh

Added by Josh Peterman on Jul 21, 2013 9:45 AM

Karin Rice
Thank you.

Added by Karin Rice on Jul 09, 2013 11:22 PM

Collins Crapo
Re: Crapo, Christian, Cheves families
Now I see what my connection is to the Cheves family. It's not by blood, but by marriage. It's by my great-great-uncle's son marrying a gal whose mother's maiden name was Chieve. Thanks for the links to Hazel's parents.

Added by Collins Crapo on Jul 06, 2013 9:49 AM

Collins Crapo
Re: Crapo, Christian, Cheves families
Charles Alphonzo & Hazel Christian Crapo did have a daughter, Virginia, who died as an infant, & I'm sure they had other children who lived to adulthood, but I know little about that branch of the clan. As for the Cheves surname, I've never heard of it before, so if I have any ancestors with it, they'd be 4th-great-grandparents or farther back.

Added by Collins Crapo on Jul 05, 2013 5:17 PM

Alice C.C. Christian
Hi Bob,

I am not related, I manage the memorials for the cemetery that she is buried in. The info that I do have shows that her parents are
Chieve, Martha (Mother)
Chieve, Henry (Father)

She was born in Macon, Georgia
Died in Sandy, Ut

Thank you

Added by Anne on Jul 05, 2013 3:31 PM

Stephanie Lincecum
RE: Cheves
I'm afraid I do not know the Cheves family, Bob. Sorry.

Added by Stephanie Lincecum on Jul 03, 2013 11:54 AM

C. T. Lewis

I transferred the Moss memorials to you since your bio states you are working on that family line. I'm not related to the Moss family and felt that maybe you could add more information to their memorials than I could. I like to have any of the memorials I create to be handled by someone with a family connection since usually they can make further additions to the memorials.

If you don't want the memorials just go ahead and transfer them back. But if you have a connection, even distant, maybe you can add further to the memorials.

Added by C. T. Lewis on Jul 01, 2013 9:15 PM

Dennis Johnson
I will gladly link family together, send numbers and will link as soon as possible.

Added by Dennis Johnson on Jul 01, 2013 3:22 AM

Gerry Hill
RE: Roberts-Rankin
Thanks, Gerry

Added by Gerry Hill on Jun 30, 2013 9:19 PM

Gerry Hill
I take it you are kin to the Bridges-Roberts-Rankin family- as you added the virtual grave of Wm M. Roberts (rest of family Riverside.)
I wonder if you know where Joe Bridges & Emily Ruth Roberts married? I know he was in Terrell Co. in all the census found.
He was my favorite preacher of all times- when I was a teen in Thomasville, Ga. My great uncle saved some material- as it turns out he was his preacher Smithville, I think, and I thought I'd share it on ancestry and do that generation, maybe 2 more.
Ms. Gerry Hill- a findagrave contributor.

Added by Gerry Hill on Jun 30, 2013 1:43 PM

Sandra Bloomer
RE: memorial
Yes, please transfer
Thank you

Added by Sandra Bloomer on Jun 25, 2013 7:57 AM

Walter Dunn
sure, send to me

Walter Dunn

Added by Walter Dunn on Jun 18, 2013 10:23 AM

Linda Brewster
RE: George
Thanks so much, Bob. I appreciate your transferring George to me.

Added by Linda Brewster on Jun 17, 2013 9:51 PM

Gray obit
"How insatiate in thy demands..." I had to check that word in Word dictionary. Don't know if that was one of the words you were struggling with. Linda

Added by Ames1008 on Jun 12, 2013 9:17 AM

Gray obit
I'm sending you an enlarged jpg of the entire article and two parts, same article, enlarged even more via your regular email. I hope this helps. It is not any clearer, but in a larger mode, it might help. Linda

Added by Ames1008 on Jun 12, 2013 9:13 AM

My pleasure in providing information for this memorial. His was an obit I ran into among others while looking for someone else. Just cannot resist setting them up when possible. He is not a relative of mine. Linda

Added by Ames1008 on Jun 11, 2013 7:42 PM

RE: Gray Matter
Please feel free to send the links.

Added by Dianne on Jun 10, 2013 6:27 AM

Donnie Daniel
RE: American PYE
Thanks! Donnie

Added by Donnie Daniel on Jun 09, 2013 3:48 PM

RE: Travelers Rest Cem
I WAS TOLD THAT THE LAND WAS POSTED . DID NOT SEE A POSTED SIGN ,BUT WAS A FENCE. THE CHURCH WAS ABOUT TO FALL IN ,THE AREA WHERE I think the cemetery was is grown up so bad that if you could go in don`t know if a picture could be made. sorry ,may be next winter if we can gain access .

Added by j.w.pitts on Jun 08, 2013 6:53 AM

No, nothing offensive said/done- I've just been off line for a while. Sorry if I made you feel like I was ignoring you. I'm still trying to figure out who this RL Fort is listed in the obit you published. It's got me stumped and I won't have much time anytime soon to investigate it. I still think we have 2 RL Forts- maybe.. Take care- I'll stay in touch and if you figure anything out in the meanwhile I'd love to hear what you find.

Added by Benae on Jun 03, 2013 9:34 PM

Thanks for the link. I don't know Anne at all, so I will be happy to do a transfer.

Added by ANEWLEAF on May 30, 2013 4:11 AM

RE: R. L. Fort
Actually I go by that cemetery almost daily and I always have a camera with me. Just give me the names of anyone you need photos of their markers and I would be happy to snap them for ya.

Added by Benae on May 26, 2013 4:55 AM

RE: R. L. Fort
Hey Bob,
I'm not aware of Grandpa Bob having a 2nd wife. I've been researching this family for the last 29 years and haven't found anything to suggest he had a second wife. However, that doesn't mean he didn't. I would be interested in knowing what you've found, where you found it, and is the source reliable. Grandma Amos (the only wife of his we have ever known) died about 26 years before Grandpa Bob did, so it is not inconceivable he could have remarried. If he did, I just haven't found it yet. I know they lived here in Monroe County most of their life. Grandpa Bob was born in 1852 in Macon County, Alabama and moved to Monroe County, Georgia between 1870 and 1880. I've poured over the marriage records in Karen Pittman's office (she is the probate court judge here in Monroe County where I live) and if he remarried in Monroe County I haven't run across it.

I appreciate you not linking Ms. Cheeves to him just yet anyway. I'd like to know more and find out more information about her. I'd like to have some concrete proof that she was indeed married to my Robert Lemuel Fort. I would appreciate anything you would be willing to share with me about Ms. Cheeves, her family, and her genealogy.

By the way, how did you come to be interested in the Fort family? Is this a direct line relation for you?

Again, thanks for contacting me and I look forward to learning more about this possible 2nd marriage for Grandpa Bob.

Added by Benae on May 25, 2013 11:10 PM

RE: Bomar
No problem and thanks!

Added by Kathie on May 23, 2013 8:49 AM

Evening Blues
RE: Moss
On, I have the tree called Roots and Branches.
My Moss line goes from Mary Moss to David Lee Moss to Thadeus Roseman Moss to David Moss. Then I get stuck. These are mainly around Cherokee County, Georgia.

Added by Evening Blues on May 22, 2013 4:01 PM


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