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Cheryl Manley (#47254076)
 member for 5 years, 4 months, 19 days
Colonel Millican
I am not sure as I have never been there before.

Added by Rob on Apr 07, 2015 4:44 AM

Charles J. Manley
Was C. J. Manley first married to Mary Louise Martin & was she by chance a sister to Maude Martin?
My husband is a Kesler/Martin desc. & I've been working on this line for years.
BTW, I grew up in carnesville & I knew Miss Edna WELL!
She was a good friend of my parents.

Added by EWW on Mar 31, 2015 3:14 PM

Beckie (Carter) Williams
RE: Watsons
Would love to hear more about what you have on the Watsons!

E-mail me at


Added by Beckie (Carter) Williams on Jan 31, 2015 4:28 AM

Hoke Holcomb
RE: Hemphills
Hi Cheryl,

Yes, Cynthia Hemphill Holcomb is my Grandmother. Her 13th and youngest child, Hoke, is my Father.


Added by Hoke Holcomb on Jul 26, 2014 7:32 PM

Linda & Joe Richards
RE: Jesse Holbrook
I descend from the daughter of Jesse Holbrook and Susannah Manley, Frances Holbrook Mullican. My sister and I have DNA matches with descendants of Pleasant Holbrook, John Douglas Holbrook, and Sarah Holbrook. If you want to compare information, contact me by e-mail at Also, I wondered why the U.S. Veterans Gravesite records show Jesse Holbrook is buried in the Holbrook Family Cemetery in Carnesville, GA. Is this findagrave record a burial site or a centograph?

Added by Linda & Joe Richards on Jul 04, 2014 4:29 PM

Ron Manley
Manley ancestory
Hi, Cheryl, My name is Ron (George Ronald) Manley. I wish I had started this earlier. I would appreciate any help you could give me, and would be glad to compensate you for any cost. You posted several photos of graves in East View Cemetery in East Atlanta, DeKalb County, with the name Manley. These are my Great Grand Parents and Great Uncles. I added some photos and will add more. I hope to hear from you and thank you for what you have done.

Added by Ron Manley on Jun 14, 2014 11:01 AM

Carla Holbrook Farmer
RE: Holbrooks
I just now saw this. I am sorry that it has taken me a couple of years to reply!
The Holbrook's that I came from were from Toccoa, Ga.

Added by Carla Holbrook Farmer on Oct 23, 2013 11:45 AM

Carolyn Kabel
Russell Blackwell
I am a descendant of William and Jerusha Blackwell through their Son, Russell. I am applying for membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution and have documented all of my line ancestors except Russell - I need proof that he is the son of William and Jerusha. You mentioned Bible records. If you have the
Bible showing that Russell was their son, and could send me a copy of the title/publication page and the family page I would reimburse you for copying and postage costs. Thank you.

Added by Carolyn Kabel on Feb 07, 2013 12:38 PM

Audrey Manly Mabe
Manly/Manley Family
I am interested in your family. My maiden name is Manly; I grew up in Transylvania Co NC, but have ancestors who were in Laurens CO SC 1799. Maybe we have a connection. Thanks

Added by Audrey Manly Mabe on Oct 11, 2012 7:37 PM

Kathleen Boucher
William Allen Watson
You had posted about his family on Find A Grave. Do you know where he served in the CSA?

Added by Kathleen Boucher on Mar 14, 2012 11:36 AM

Ronda Sammons Reno
RE: Pleasant Cicero Holbrook
positive,The dates co-encide,Mother's maiden name Harber or Harbor,And he's the only one buried at Carnesville with these dates.I'm going back today to make sure I have photographed all the headstons there,many are un-transcribed.And not to mention they were crummy spellers back then even in the 1930's Pleasant's father could have had Jesse/Jessie in his name.The death certificate numbers match up also.

Added by Ronda Sammons Reno on Aug 19, 2011 6:57 AM

Ronda Sammons Reno
Pleasant Cicero Holbrook

Added some more info to your Pleasant memorial,his foot marker CSA and his death certificate.

Added by Ronda Sammons Reno on Aug 16, 2011 8:33 PM

Carla Holbrook Farmer
I haven't done much research on the Holbrook's. Fred Jackson Holbrook is my biological father and he is from Toccoa, GA. My uncle, George (Bud) Holbrook still resides in Toccoa. My grandparents were George & Beulah (Rudisill)Holbrook.
I remember going to family reunions and Aunt Bell threatening anyone who ever researched our family history! One day....I'll attempt it. ;-)
Aunt Bell is still alive!

Added by Carla Holbrook Farmer on Jul 11, 2011 11:30 AM

Sue Manley
Thomas Manley
If it would help you - i found the death certificate on the Find a Grave site. Brigham Cemetery in Campbell, Texas, Hunt. Born: 5/19/1867. Deceased: 3/1/1925. He was married to Jane Elizabeth Roach(9/15/1871 to 2/2/1955). Burial also Brigham.

Added by Sue Manley on Jun 19, 2011 10:58 AM

Sue Manley
Manley Geneology
I have a death certificate for Thomas J. Manley (my husband's great-great grandfather), the certificate lists his birthplace as Franklin, GA. I was curious if you had any information about his family. Thank-you.

Added by Sue Manley on Jun 19, 2011 5:17 AM

Sue Manley
Manley Geneology
I am interested in your family history of the Manleys. Do you have it in book form, that maybe i can purchase?

Added by Sue Manley on Jun 18, 2011 7:07 PM

Donald Ellis
Manley Family
Cheryl, I've been trying to find information on my family for about ten years, and everytime I think that I've gotten something, it turns out to be a dead end. I came across your page and was wondering if you could give me some information about the Manley family in Georgia? My great grandfather's name was Jobe Eda Manley, he was born in 1876, and the family legend is that he came from Georgia with a baptist minister when he was a child because both of his parents died in Georgia. I was wondering if you have any type of family history like that? or if any of that sounds familiar? Thanks for your help.

Don Ellis

Added by Donald Ellis on Jan 05, 2011 9:16 AM


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