|Curt Deal||RE: The Deal family of McIntosh Co|
I am looking into it. Let you know if i find anything. I have a tree on ancestry.com you can look at.
Added by Curt Deal on Dec 30, 2013 11:16 AM
|Mike & Nancy Ridgdill||P.S.|
I'd like to know your thoughts about this, also.
Added by Mike & Nancy Ridgdill on Dec 27, 2013 7:10 PM
|Mike & Nancy Ridgdill||RE: Question for you|
Tony, that's a very good question. I wish I could give you a definite answer, but the truth is I'm not sure. I first thought this was two different men because of the differing dates of death. Also, when I visited this small cemetery, I found the two markers are on opposite sides of the cemetery. I also wondered if both were Confederate soldiers even though only one had a VA grave marker. I did quite a bit of research to find out, but could only find one John W. Sherrod who served the CSA from Georgia. The Roster of Confederate Soldiers of Georgia listed his date of death as Feb 10, 1909. However, when I checked the census records for 1850-60, I could only find one John Sherrod who could've been the correct age to enlist. The 1900 census for this same John Sherrod has his dob as Apr 1840. I have found absolutely nothing for a John Sherrod with the dates Dec 15, 1841-Jan 19, 1910 except the grave marker. Which now makes me think that this might indeed be the same person. First, if this was two different men, you' think at least one would have their spouse buried beside them. Second, I've found too many grave markers over the years with incorrect dates. I don't know who ordered and placed the marker, or when, but I think they probably didn't know for sure if they were the same man, either. He probably knew that John W. Sherrod was buried there, and just wanted the marker placed in the cemetery. All this said, in my opinion it's probably the same man. If you should find out differently, please let me know. Take care.
Added by Mike & Nancy Ridgdill on Dec 27, 2013 7:08 PM
|Claudia L Naugle||Benjamin Middleton|
Thanks for the additional information. Appreciate it.
Added by Claudia L Naugle on Dec 27, 2013 3:19 PM
|Tammy M||RE: Hey there|
I think you have done a beautiful job once again. I do remembervwhen Frank came to live with us. He was 18 because Ann and the court would not allow Daddy to have custody while he was a minor. I think it was summertime because I don't remember being in school.
Added by Tammy M on Dec 14, 2013 6:34 AM
|Mary Hogan Moore||RE: Regarding Larry's post below|
Tony, thanks so much for sending this! I too feel the same as you! I was wondering why he felt the need to contact me when I have never had any dealings with him. If I create a memorial it should be my decision on whether or not I transfer it to someone else. So happy to hear from a true volunteer! Mary
Added by Mary Hogan Moore on Dec 08, 2013 3:07 PM
|Andrew Strauss||RE: Thank you so much|
Your welcome. When you entered the marker would be by the road, it helped me find it much easier. I have already photographed the section near Sudlow Lake Rd, so I knew it had to be near Aiken/Augusta Hwy.
Added by Andrew Strauss on Dec 06, 2013 6:48 AM
|Eric and Candy Wicker-Tilton||RE: Benjamin Rozier|
I havent found the exact date yet. He was living in 1880 but I couldnt find him in the 1900 census.
Added by Eric and Candy Wicker-Til... on Aug 05, 2013 6:11 AM
|Donna ||Alexander Wylly|
Thanks for the info!! I've added it to his page.
Added by Donna on Aug 02, 2013 4:39 PM
|Donna ||Charles Spalding|
Thanks for the bio!!! I've added it to his page.
Added by Donna on Aug 02, 2013 4:16 PM
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Twins|
Your not the only one, Others said the same thing.
Added by Sgt Ed Elstan on Aug 01, 2013 6:34 PM
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Dukes|
Albert & Alfred were twin brothers. Read the info. in their BIO'S. They are buried in different areas of the cemetery...Ed
Added by Sgt Ed Elstan on Aug 01, 2013 3:43 PM
|Headstone Genealogist||Transfer Policy|
Let FindAGrave know what you think of their transfer policy also start a conversation in their Discussion Forums. You can use me as an example of the way it could be.
Added by Headstone Genealogist on Jul 29, 2013 2:11 PM
I deleted the duplicate. When I submitted the spread sheet with David Goff as the memorial reads, the Find A Grave system didn't pick up Jonathan David Goff. You have a nice memorial. Thank you for the catch.
Added by Johnny on Jul 29, 2013 1:36 PM
|Brian Presley||RE: Wow!|
Your thanks, while appreciated, was not necessary. If I had the means, I would sponsor the memorial of every veteran on this site. I am not there yet, however. I jump from memorial to memorial and contributor page to contributor page a lot, particularly on nights when sleep eludes me. Mr. Goff's story, in particular, moved me but I would shake both of their hands if I could.
Added by Brian Presley on Jul 27, 2013 9:20 AM
Added the parents links for Clyde.
Added by ahley on Jul 15, 2013 8:30 PM
|ahley||Re: The Hobson's|
I added what you shared with me on Kate's and her parents memorials. Also giving you credit at the end as to where the information came from. Thank you so much! Sorry it's taken a while to get back to you.
Added by ahley on Jul 15, 2013 8:27 PM
Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you, and yes, the Middletons are on Great Grandmother's side.
Added by Tammy on Jul 09, 2013 4:16 AM
Tony, thank you so much for the photo of Hattie's marker!!!
Added by JoLinn on Jul 02, 2013 7:33 AM
|Barbara Cox||Thanks for the headstone photos|
such as William Valentine. That provided more information about him and his family.
Added by Barbara Cox on Jun 25, 2013 8:09 PM
|Dianne||JAMES KISER GRAVE MARKER|
A HUGH THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Added by Dianne on Jun 24, 2013 3:53 PM
|Joe Sasnett||Solomon Oliver Sasnett|
Thanks a million Tony for adding the picture of Solomon Oliver Sasnett's headstone to my memorial.
I corrected his birth date to reflect what is recorded on the headstone.
Joe Sasnett #47940032
Added by Joe Sasnett on Jun 24, 2013 7:39 AM
|Ann Parkinson||RE: Thank you ma'am|
You are most welcome! Send anything anytime!
Added by Ann Parkinson on Jun 24, 2013 7:13 AM
|Valerie Walling-Brisbin||RE: Good morning|
I did a search on James Gordon and did not find him listed on find-a-grave. the cemetery is in the city limits of Ludowici, I can't tell you the street/road names but it is in the north west quadarant of the city. when you turn north on 301 you turn by the car wash and go down in there. I just don't know the street names. I remember we asked permission of the family living on the road before we went to the cemetery.
I do not know of a name. I do know that someone had recorded the cemetery and placed the record in the library.
I live in port wentworth, but I go to ludowici several times a week to check on the parents, but i'll take a few mins to look for it again.
how are you related to the Gordon family? I saw where you are related the Tommy Houston, again how? are you related to the Maulden or Rozier families?
Added by Valerie Walling-Brisbin on Jun 23, 2013 9:00 AM
|Valerie Walling-Brisbin||RE: Artemus Gordon|
there is a cemetery in Ludowici, they call it the "Gordon" cemetery. it is on private land. it is where James Madison Gordon and his family are buried.
The wife of Wm Hendley Gordon is buried at Concord Cemetery, but I don't believe he is there. I believe he is in the previous cemetery. it was across the road next to a creek. I went out in the woods looking for it with my uncle and father abt 25 yrs ago and we weren't able to find it. I did find one cousin who said that he and my uncle went out there prev to my looking and found the cemetery, but he didn't really remember anything about it.
i'm not sure about any of the others, but I will keep a look out for them..
Valerie walling brisbin
Added by Valerie Walling-Brisbin on Jun 23, 2013 3:49 AM