|Cynthia Beverforden||Jerry Miah Solomon|
John Henry Solomon is the son of Jerry Miah and Sarah Beals Solomon.
Added by Cynthia Beverforden on Aug 27, 2013 1:58 PM
|Cynthia Beverforden||John Henry Solomon|
Find A Grave Memorial# 90809532
This is the Find A Grave number for John Henry Solomon's son. Ernest Jerry Solomon is my son's grandfather. If you could add this to John Henry Solomon's information it would be appreciated.
Added by Cynthia Beverforden on Aug 27, 2013 1:19 PM
|Ouida Morris Price||Morris / Whitfield|
Thank you so very much for the photo of Martha E Morris Whitfield unmarked grave beside her parents headstones. You are so very kind.
Added by Ouida Morris Price on Mar 22, 2013 7:37 PM
|Ouida Morris Price||Morris And Whitfield|
My name is Ouida Morris Price and Martha E Morris Whitfield is my great grand aunt and she is buried beside her father Joseph B Morris (1813-1888) and mother Mahalia Keeter Morris (1815-1880) in an unmarked grave.
Added by Ouida Morris Price on Mar 22, 2013 7:14 PM
|Dorothy (Dot) Caywood/McEntire||The Morris and Whitfield memorials|
These things can become confusing - even for those who are related to the Morris and Whitfield families. LOL
You've most likely figured this out, but just in case, here are the two records you've been so gracious to help me with:
Martha E. Morris/Whitfield (1843 - 1861)
is my 2nd Great Grand Aunt
Martha Whitfield/Morris (1841 – 1920)
is my 2nd great grandmother
Thank you again for all your help!
Added by Dorothy (Dot) Caywood/McE... on Mar 20, 2013 10:54 AM
|Dorothy (Dot) Caywood/McEntire||Martha E Morris Whitfield|
Thank you, Roger, for the headstone photo for Martha E Morris/Whitfield (at the Old Tate Cemetery). I believe you are correct about her being buried beside her parents. You've put in a lot of trouble and time for our family, and we greatly appreciate it! Bless you!
Added by Dorothy (Dot) Caywood/McE... on Mar 20, 2013 10:18 AM
|Dorothy (Dot) Caywood/McEntire||Martha Whitfield Morris|
Thank you so much for the time and trouble you took to try and find my great grandmother's headstone. From family records we think she is buried in the Refuge Baptist Church Cemetery (her husband is also buried there, and we do have a photo of his headstone). However, just in case our family records are wrong (and since you couldn't find a headstone for her), I'll now start looking elsewhere but keep her memorial as it is until proof has been found for another burial site. Anyway, again, it was very kind of you to go to so much trouble and expense to try and find her headstone. We are very grateful that a total stranger would go to so much trouble. Bless you!
Added by Dorothy (Dot) Caywood/McE... on Mar 19, 2013 8:50 AM
|Martha Halden||Rembert Hopkins|
Thank you for taking your time to photograph the grave marker of Rembert Hopkins.
Added by Martha Halden on Mar 12, 2013 2:12 PM
|BarryC||Dorothy & Andrew Patterson, Sunrise Gardens|
Thanks much for your time & effort. Slowly piecing together the family history ... they were both born and raised in Massachusetts. Still trying to figure out how they ended up in Georgia? Perhaps a warmer clime? Thanks again, Barry Coombs, Saluda, NC
Added by BarryC on Jan 21, 2013 3:45 PM
Thank you for taking this picture for me. It means a lot to me finally to see my father's grave. I was only 5 in 1986, when he died.
Added by AmyB on Jan 21, 2013 3:10 PM
|Mary Harper||William B. B. Harper|
Thank you for the links. You are appreciated!
Added by Mary Harper on Dec 27, 2012 7:42 AM
|Natalie & Russell Armitage||RE: George J Saunders|
Glad to be able to help you out with the photo. Merry Christmas to you.
Added by Natalie & Russell Armitag... on Dec 24, 2012 4:52 PM
Thank you for the excellent Satterfield photo.
Added by Satter3380 on Dec 07, 2012 9:53 AM
|Rhonda Goforth||Quinton, Thomas|
Thank you for the photo!
Added by Rhonda Goforth on Dec 06, 2012 6:44 PM
|Ila Sosebee Lark||RE: Cox|
In 1821 my 4th great grandmother and all her children but one, left the Sosebee plantation in Spartanburg,SC, by wagon train, to move to Habersham County,Ga. Her husband, Job Sosebee, a scout in the Continental Army, Revolutionary War, had been making plans to move to Georgia but died about 1820. He was buried on his plantation site. To make a long story short, her son, William Daniel Sosebee was in the group to come to Georgia. He was my 3rd great grandfather's brother.
William was the first of the family to leave Habersham. He became the 1st and 3rd elected sheriff way back when Pickens County, Ga. was just formed. He died during his last term - we don't know if it was in the line of duty or from illness. Each of his sons fought in the Civil War. Some of them are buried at Cool Springs Church Cemetery near Tate. His son, Jeremiah, was pretty 'big' in the marble business and was accidentally killed on the job. The Tates put up the big monument you can see at Cool Springs.
We can account for most of William's children's burial places but it's as if the Earth opened up and swallowed William and his wife.
He must have been quite well off financially because he gave a 'gift of deed' so that the Baptist Church could move closer to town. When I pass that Baptist church in Jasper (if that is the correct Baptist church), I can't help but think that he used to own that property and was so generous as to do that.
No one in the family knows where he is buried.
That's why I mentioned it to you. As you go 'searching' for Find A Grave, or on your own, just rememeber his name. He may turn up in an altogether unlikely place. Again, maybe his grave isn't marked, but seeing his children's graves at Cool Springs and knowing his history, that seems highly unlikely.
So that's the story. Again, I appreciate the photos and all your effort.
Added by Ila Sosebee Lark on Dec 03, 2012 7:09 PM
|Lynda Gibbs||Shirley ann ellis Dilbeck|
thanks for going out on this beautiful fall like day for these photos. With help from you, I have been able to put this entire family back together again on www.findagrave.com.
Find A Grave Memorial# 99471066
Doing this family was a blessing to me.
Lynda Ellis Gibb
Added by Lynda Gibbs on Oct 24, 2012 5:55 PM
|Kathy (McPhaul) Cather||Vivian Stancil|
Thank you so much for taking the time to get the photo of her headstone for me! I would like to ask your permission to use the photo on my Ancestry page. I would, of course, be sure to give you proper credit. If you would prefer the picture NOT be used on such a site, I will certainly respect your wishes. May you be abundantly blessed in all you do!!! KMC
Added by Kathy (McPhaul) Cather on Oct 23, 2012 3:53 PM
|Tammy Harrison||William E Padgett|
Thank you so much for your service, it's great to have people who are willing to give of their time.
Added by Tammy Harrison on Sep 25, 2012 4:31 PM