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Anonymous (#47399070)
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Sherri Moore-Griffin
Ellen Jones
Hello, Per the Henderson Co. Cemetery Book by the Genealogical Society; Ellen was born in 1784 page 190 of the Church Cemetery Section: and buried in a wooded area with ~80 fieldstones, tombstones, etc. I live about 5 mins from here, so I'll stop by but I also know how overgrown that certain section becomes.


Added by Sherri Moore-Griffin on May 18, 2015 8:07 PM

LeRoy Ellis
You are so very welcome! Glad that I could help.

Added by LeRoy Ellis on Feb 26, 2013 7:50 AM

RE: William Gann
Hi - I wanted to get back to you about this - I received a copy of the First Hundred Years by Sarah Blackwell Gober Temple - it has a large section of the book where she documented the cemeteries of Cobb County of that time - 1925 and there abouts - and I looked for William Gann in her book - but all that it says for the Gann cemeteries are as follows -

Gann Family Burying Ground - (the cemetery that is documented here on Find A Grave) -

Coopers' Lake Road, turn off Concord Road 1.8 miles from Smyrna; burying ground is about 1/2 mile from Concord Road.

There is no listing for William here.

Then she has -

Gann Family Burying Ground - Not listed on Find A Grave -

Cooper's Lake Road, turn off Concord Road 1/8 miles from Smyrna. This is the orginal Gann Family Burying ground and is about 3/4 mile from the second burying ground of this family.

Listed is -

John Summers, a Revolutionary Solider, who was Henry Gann's maternal grandfather, is buried here. There are probably six graves in all, none marked.
On a slight elevation of about 200ft from the burying ground was a battery during the battles between the Confederate and Union armies in 1864. The breastworks veered off to the side of the burying ground, and are now plainly discernible only a few steps away on one side.

Hope this gives you some information that you might can use.

Stacey Olsen

Added by solsen8 on Feb 12, 2013 6:16 PM

Nancy Cornelius
CJ Jones
I found her stone but it is under a sister's stone. I could not stable the sister stone and was afraid I would break one. I was able to move the sister's stone long enough to take a picture. There are several children of FW and GF Jones that are buried around Georgia. I did not find FW Jones.

Added by Nancy Cornelius on Sep 24, 2012 4:02 PM

Nancy Cornelius
CJ JONES at Nixon Chapel in Marshall Co. AL
I have not been out to the cemetery, but I am looking at an old genweb for this cemetery. Someone else is looking for some other Jones, but I did not see Idal or Laura Jones, but found Idal and Laura McCarley while looking for a CJ Jones. They are buried next to CJ. Apparently all 3 of these stones say d/o of FW and GF Jones. Thought you might be interested in these people. Problem is that the genweb list was done 8 years ago and it states that these stones were down on the ground and not in good shape. I will try to get out sometime soon and look for these. In the mean time do you know about the last names of Idal or Laura, or their parents names. I believe the parents are also listed in this cemetery. Will try to figure out this puzzle. Nancy

Added by Nancy Cornelius on Sep 23, 2012 8:33 PM

Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.
All headstones in Lauderdale CSA have been made, there is only two rows of Headstones with names, and I made them all, some were allready in, the ones that was not I made the pic and listed it with the memorial.

Added by Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr. on Jul 10, 2012 8:15 PM

RE: Joel Mabrey & Addline Hopson
My Relationship to them is quite distant, actually. They are my Great-Great-Great-Grandparents through their daughter Etta.

Added by Graakh on Jun 20, 2012 5:24 PM

Joel Mabrey & Addline Hopson
Hi, Who do you relate to them through? We are apparently cousins.

Added by Graakh on Jun 20, 2012 3:45 AM


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