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Jerry H. (#47265301)
 member for 4 years, 5 months, 17 days
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K.B.
RE: John Nopwasley
Correct photo has been uploaded.

Added by K.B. on Mar 09, 2014 4:18 PM

K.B.
RE: John Nopwasley
My apologies.. I have removed the photo and requested a replacement.. I would go get it myself but am traveling and will not be back for a week.
I will inform you when it is posted correctly.

Ken

Added by K.B. on Mar 09, 2014 9:47 AM

Terry Meyer Conner
RE: William Edgar Stevenson
I'm sorry, we are travelling through this area and am not going back. terry

Added by Terry Meyer Conner on Feb 18, 2014 7:56 AM

Kathy Bailey
George William Kiefer
Hi George is related to me and his dad was my great uncle looking for more info on him and a photo of his gravestone. Is he related to you? Kathy

Added by Kathy Bailey on Jan 06, 2014 5:40 PM

jimmy sparks
Ingalls
Jerry I found a marker for Charles and Lenora Ingalls but not for Mary Ingalls.

Jimmy Sparks
General Manager
Magnolia Cemetery

Added by jimmy sparks on Dec 27, 2013 12:36 PM

Dennis Healy
MT Olivet-MacGill
buried 7-22-1882 no stone

Added by Dennis Healy on Dec 08, 2013 5:08 PM

D. L. Lee
RE: abraham depoyster
You are very welcome.

Added by D. L. Lee on Dec 02, 2013 5:44 AM

Jonathan Beacher
Found Your Ancestors
Hi, the Rawlins cemetery was not where the county expected it to be. In fact, it isn't in the county map system.

So, as we traveled down Lenora Church Road looking for it, my girlfriend Roselyn Quinn made phone calls to homes along the road and got clues. After an hour looking, she finally knocked on the door of the large estate where we found the cemetery in the woods behind their home.

Send me a message via regular email and I'll send you good copies of the photos for any ancestors you need. James Rawlings stone is engraved J. N Rawlings and is one of the larger ones. Many stones in this graveyard are not tombstones, but regular natural stones without engraving, so I suspect people born in the 1700s are here, their names unknown.

To send me your email, please use the contact form on my website: http://www.searchtrees.com/contact/

I'll be adding the Rawlins photos to Find-A-Grave as soon as I have time to process them.

Added by Jonathan Beacher on Nov 30, 2013 9:14 PM

Amy Stavely
Hammond Cemetery
Hi, just letting you know that the Hammond Cemetery is located on a farm so I will need to contact the people who run it to make sure I can access the graveyard. I will post as soon as I have word from them.

Added by Amy Stavely on Nov 30, 2013 7:34 AM

Jonathan Beacher
Rawlings Cemetery
Hi, following up on my earlier message...

I contacted the Gwinnett County Geographic Information System (GIS) staff and they did have an unnamed cemetery in their map system that I believe is going to be yours.

A subdivision was built around it, and it's a block away from Lenora Church Road, which is why I couldn't find it.

Here's a Google Map of where I'm going, the county suggested I knock on the neighbors door since it is in their back yard.

https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zLGXvs9tn20c.kAxNaCP2GnmU

Added by Jonathan Beacher on Nov 26, 2013 6:25 PM

Jonathan Beacher
Rawlings Cemetery
Hi, I will photograph the Rawlings Cemetery but am having trouble finding it. I've spent an hour researching the location.

It is described as being 2.4 miles south on Lenora Church Road from US-78 (Main Street in Snellville, GA).

In the following link it is described as "The Rawlins family cemetery is located approximately 2 - 3 miles from downtown Snellville, off Lenora Church Road. David Rawlins, who died in 1884, and many other ancestors from this era are buried here. Old deeds found in the courthouse indicate that one of the Rawlins ancestors (possibly David, or his brother Samuel) onced owned around 4,000 acres in this area. The land is now owned by a Mrs. Smith, who has animals such as cows and horses that roam the land." and "Enter through Hamilton's yard into woods along fence on right side of their yar. There is a lot of thick underbrush and briars around cemetery. Hamiltons are very nice in granting permission to go through their yard. Cemetery is not on their property, but is behind it. Cemetery is right against fence. On the right side of cemetery is huge pasture."
See http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/a/Larry-R-Stanley/FILE/0043page.html

Neither description states if it is east or west of Lenora Church Rd. -- it would help to know which side of the road.

I suspect those descriptions were written before the area was developed with subdivisions.

I have searched on Google Maps looking for it via satellite view without luck.
On the following map point A around 3324 Lenora Church Rd would be 2.4 miles south of US-78.
https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zLGXvs9tn20c.kAxNaCP2GnmU

I have tried the Gwinnett County tax assessor's maps hoping to spot a small parcel that could indicate a cemetery. No luck.
http://www.gwinnettassessor.manatron.com/IWantTo/PropertyGISSearch.aspx

It is located on BillionGraves.com but that location is far away and not correct.

I'll keep trying but if you can come across any info that identifies the location, please send my way.

Jonathan Beacher
Hi, I will photograph the Rawlings Cemetery but am having trouble finding it. I've spent an hour researching the location.

It is described as being 2.4 miles south on Lenora Church Road from US-78 (Main Street in Snellville, GA).

In the following link it is described as "The Rawlins family cemetery is located approximately 2 - 3 miles from downtown Snellville, off Lenora Church Road. David Rawlins, who died in 1884, and many other ancestors from this era are buried here. Old deeds found in the courthouse indicate that one of the Rawlins ancestors (possibly David, or his brother Samuel) onced owned around 4,000 acres in this area. The land is now owned by a Mrs. Smith, who has animals such as cows and horses that roam the land." and "Enter through Hamilton's yard into woods along fence on right side of their yar. There is a lot of thick underbrush and briars around cemetery. Hamiltons are very nice in granting permission to go through their yard. Cemetery is not on their property, but is behind it. Cemetery is right against fence. On the right side of cemetery is huge pasture."
See http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/t/a/Larry-R-Stanley/FILE/0043page.html

Neither description states if it is east or west of Lenora Church Rd. -- it would help to know which side of the road.

I suspect those descriptions were written before the area was developed with subdivisions.

I have searched on Google Maps looking for it via satellite view without luck.
On the following map point A around 3324 Lenora Church Rd would be 2.4 miles south of US-78.
https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zLGXvs9tn20c.kAxNaCP2GnmU

I have tried the Gwinnett County tax assessor's maps hoping to spot a small parcel that could indicate a cemetery. No luck.
http://www.gwinnettassessor.manatron.com/IWantTo/PropertyGISSearch.aspx

I'll keep trying but if you can come across any info that identifies the location, send my way.

Jonathan Beacher
Snellville, GA
treeinfo@searchtrees.com

Added by Jonathan Beacher on Nov 26, 2013 11:00 AM

Sheree
Leslie F DeKay
I have found the space for Leslie, however there is no stone, would you like for me to flag it and take a picture? Please let me know

Added by Sheree on Nov 25, 2013 2:00 PM

GracieB
RE: Transfer Pappa Hise's mem to you!
Here's where you wish Find a grave had a "like" button! Enjoy!

Added by GracieB on Nov 22, 2013 12:35 PM

GracieB
Transfer Pappa Hise's mem to you!
Hi Jer! I'll be transferring Pappa Hise's mem to you, now that you are a contributor! <3!

Added by GracieB on Nov 22, 2013 12:04 PM

Michael Swift
RE: Mrs Kirby McChesney Fitzpatrick
Done. Memorials are always best managed by family.

Added by Michael Swift on Nov 22, 2013 7:21 AM

Michael Swift
RE: Mrs Kirby McChesney Fitzpatrick
I spoke too soon about her husband. I don't manage his memorial, but I did photograph his stone. I'll be happy to transfer Mrs Kirby McChesney Fitzpatrick's to you.

Added by Michael Swift on Nov 22, 2013 7:16 AM

Michael Swift
Mrs Kirby McChesney Fitzpatrick
You're welcome. Would you like me to transfer the memorial for Mrs Kirby McChesney Fitzpatrick and her husband to you?

Added by Michael Swift on Nov 22, 2013 7:05 AM

Betty Jane (Taszreak) Davies
WM Weed
The stone is quite worn, but still legiable. The year of death appears to be 1819, but it could be 1849.

Betty Jane

Added by Betty Jane (Taszreak) Dav... on Nov 16, 2013 2:40 PM

Candeux
RE: mollie rosenburg
Jerry,

You're quite welcome; it's a pleasure to assist.

Note that I also uploaded some photos to Henry Rosenberg's memorial, which previously only had a black and white historical photo of the monument.

Henry Rosenberg's first wife Letitia (Cooper) Rosenberg is also buried at the same location. If you would like to create a memorial for her, I can upload some photos. If not, I will create a memorial eventually.

Next to the Rosenberg plot is a plot for the MacGill family, which I assume contains Mollie's relatives. Let me know if you are interested in the details of those burials.

Regards,
Joe Canner

Added by Candeux on Nov 04, 2013 10:46 AM

Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae
Zelotes Beal
I found a zelotes beal but hid date of death is October 3 1852. He is buried with Anna Beal his mother I think

Added by Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae on Oct 30, 2013 6:15 PM

Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae
Zelotes Beal
I found a zelotes beal but hid date of death is October 3 1852. He is buried with Anna Beal his mother I think

Added by Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae on Oct 30, 2013 6:15 PM

Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae
Zelotes Beal
I found a zelotes beal but hid date of death is October 3 1852. He is buried with Anna Beal his mother I think

Added by Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae on Oct 30, 2013 6:15 PM

Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae
Zelotes Beal
I found a zelotes beal but hid date of death is October 3 1852. He is buried with Anna Beal his mother I think

Added by Marilyn Ahlstedt-Macrae on Oct 30, 2013 6:14 PM

D. L. Lee
RE: william hill
You are very welcome.

Added by D. L. Lee on Oct 30, 2013 6:04 AM

Peace4me
RE: ella bowman
You are very welcome! Carla :)

Added by Peace4me on Oct 29, 2013 9:08 PM

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