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Ann Kennedy Patton
Sailers Cemetery
Mark,
I tried to send an email but it kept being kicked back. Computers!!!, gotta love them. So I'm sending via Find A Grave.
I did not originate this Sailers Cemetery off of B. Wilson Rd. I think Jackie Lowery did, Find A Grave# 47089151. I'm sure she would be glad to add your directions. Be sure to include your Find A Grave# on correspondence w/ her. I would be glad to include your directions if I had control over cemetery. I do control the other Sailers Cemetery in Jackson county that is located south of Commerce if you need anything added to it.

Added by Ann Kennedy Patton on Jun 06, 2014 11:37 AM

M C
RE: James N Chatham
Forsyth County Hist. Society & Civil War Records for Forsyth County & US Census Data.

MC

Added by M C on Mar 24, 2014 8:55 PM

Denise Roffe
RE: Day photo request
I found her, Mark! Donna Parrish's book and John Salter's book (came out in 2011) are my go-to resources. I will upload the photos soon... let me know if you'd like the full resolution copies sent to your e-mail. Happy New Year!

Added by Denise Roffe on Jan 01, 2014 2:28 PM

ncpaschal
Photo Requests
Hello Mark,

I went to Green Lawn Cemetery today to take the pictures you requested. Before I post the one for Sammy, I wanted to make sure I found the one you're looking for. You asked for a picture of the marker for Sammy W. Burks. I found the marker for Sammy B. Burks who was married to Betty Burks. They are buried next to Curt, Mary and Billy. Sammy B. was born in 1949 and died in 1981. If this is correct, I will post the pic for you.

Thanks,

Teresa

Added by ncpaschal on Dec 04, 2013 6:56 PM

Jean Bryson
Chatham Middle Initial
Hi Mark,

I'm sorry but I didn't get to the genealogy society library while in Cumming. They are very knowledgeable there and they might be able to help you if you call them. They're website is:

http://www.historicforsyth.com/

I also had another thought : check out Don Shadburn's books at the library. Don knows everything about Forsyth County! His first book was on the Pioneers of Forsyth. His web site is here:

http://www.donshadburn.com/index.html

Don't know if this will help since you have already searched civil war records, but I did a Google search and found both a James M. and a James N. on the Civil War pages at:

http://www.gaancestors.com/military/

James M. (Monroe) married Mary Wallis
and
James N. married Elizabeth Castleberry

There is a picture of both of their headstones there.

Added by Jean Bryson on Jul 03, 2013 7:03 AM

pbsancestry
Rice headstones at Blacks Creek
Mark,

I visited the Blacks Creek Baptist Church Cemetery sometime in March 2010 and uploaded several headstone photos on March 23 & 24, 2010 including headstone photos for:

George Harrison Barnett
Henrietta G. Barnett
Sydney Josephine Barnett
William B. Barnett
D. Hardeman Bone
Hattie I. Bone
Minnie L. Bone
William M. Bone
Bennett W. Brown
Susan A Swindle Brown
Betty Lou Calloway
Charles Calloway, Jr.
Susie Calloway
John T. Culbertson
Mandy Dove
Beanigbra Perry Freeman
Albert Lord
Middleton G. Lord
Nathaniel S. Lord
Sallie Malcomb Lord
Richard R. Minish
Charlie W. Perry
M. V. Haggard Perry
Parthena C. Perry
J. D. Rice
Lucy Lord Rice
Fradie Sorrow
A Elizabeth Perry Swindle
Soloman M. Swindle
Ellie S. Swindle
W. B. J. Swindle
J. W. Thomas
Mary Jane Winters

and also added a general cemetery photo which was accepted for the site. Please note these are all located on the Blacks Creek Baptist Church Cemetery site located in Madison County, Georgia (not Jackson County, GA). This site has 362 headstone listings.

The website for the church (http://blackscreek.wordpress.com/) states: "We are actually located in Madison County . . . "

The photos of the Rice headstones were taken by me the same day I took all the other photos at Blacks Creek and were posted 2 years before you posted what looks like these same photos on your memorials. I have no idea how this could have happened. I'm happy that Ed Saye has posted much better photos than the ones I took in 2010 - his are a wonderful addition to the memorials.

I think more people might find the listings at the site in the correct county and would suggest that the 9 listings on the Jackson County site be merged into the 362 on the Madison County site.

I am transferring the two Rice memorials as you requested.

Thanks for your contributions to Find a Grave.
I

Added by pbsancestry on Jun 27, 2013 12:52 AM

Jean Bryson
RE: James Chatham
Hi James, we're in the middle of moving and other family changes, and I really don't remember if I answered this or not. I am at my sister-in-laws house in Cumming for a couple of days and I'm going to try and get up to the Forsyth Co. Genealogy library and I'll see if I can find out anything for you. I really don't know anything about the Chatham family as I'm mostly looking for my husband's family which are the Castleberrys. Sorry I can't be more help.

Added by Jean Bryson on Jun 26, 2013 10:39 AM

Gathering Roots
Allen Cemetery Location
I found it on internet .Here is link to it:
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gajackso/allencem.htm

Added by Gathering Roots on Apr 10, 2013 7:20 AM

Jean Bryson
RE: James N. Chatham
Hi Mark,

The Castleberrys are my husband's family. Eliza Ann was my husband's 3rd great-great aunt. Her brother David Castleberry, was his 3rd great-grandfather. I would be more than happy to transfer both James' and Eliza's records to you, if you'd like, so that you can link the family with the other family information that I probably don't have. I don't really know anything about James Chatham and Eliza Ann Castleberry except what I found on the tomb stones and on Betty Castleberry's website at:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=:2230430&id=I525915794

She states:
"Eliza Ann CASTLEBERRY was born Oct.1830 in Hall County GA., and died about 1907 in Forsyth County GA. She married James CHATHAM Oct.5, / 1850 in Forsyth County Georgia. He was born ABT 1830 in Georgia, and died March.12, / 1865 in the Civil War. She married J.A. WHITTIMORE After 1865 in Forsyth County Georgia."

My husband has a lot of family in Forsyth County so we get back to visit quite a bit, so when I'm there I like to go out and find the ancestor's graves.

Let me know what you'd like to do.

Jean

Added by Jean Bryson on Apr 08, 2013 5:32 AM

Amanda Dungan
RE: updates for my family
This lady is my Great-Grandmother #51217732

Added by Amanda Dungan on Feb 22, 2013 5:32 AM

Amanda Dungan
RE: updates for my family
Hi Mark,

Apologies for such a late reply. I'll look into your requests later today, most of the memorials I manage are my own relatives.

Added by Amanda Dungan on Feb 22, 2013 5:18 AM

KevinW
Black's Creek Church Cemetery
Mark, I see you took pictures at this cemetery in Jackson Co. Georgia. Is there anyway you can tell me where it is? I can't seem to find an address for it.

Added by KevinW on Jan 31, 2013 7:10 PM

Denise Roffe
RE: Memorial# 95383690 Eli T Barrett
Hi There Mark, Eli is interred in a Barrett Family Plot. He is interred next to Mary L. Barrett and on the other side of Mary is Harrett Barrett. It seems unlikely (but not impossible) that Mary would have been his spouse due to the age difference. Hmmm... let me do a little investigating to see if I can figure out if Eli was married. :) Cool about the Cokers!

Added by Denise Roffe on Oct 24, 2012 5:51 PM

Meredith Mitchell Clapper
RE: Lewis Day
Yes, I'm related and his father was William Day b. VA, fought in the Rev. War, and died Pendleton Dist. SC. Don't know where he's buried in SC or I'd have put up a findagrave memorial. William received a Rev. War pension.

I'd be happy to share info if you are interested.
Meredith

Added by Meredith Mitchell Clapper on Jul 21, 2012 9:38 AM

Pam Cairns Palmer
RE: James Monroe Chatham
He is my 3rd cousin 3x's removed...as follows:


James Monroe Roe Chatham Sr (1884 - 1984)
is my 3rd cousin 3x removed

James Newton Chatham (1856 - 1949)
Father of James Monroe Roe

Eliza A Castleberry (1830 - 1907)
Mother of James Newton

William Young Castleberry (1805 - 1861)
Father of Eliza A

Paul Davis Castleberry (1761 - 1841)
Father of William Young

Thomas Castleberry (1785 - 1849)
Son of Paul Davis

Priscilla Prissey Castleberry (1822 - 1860)
Daughter of Thomas

Martha K Jennings (1855 - )
Daughter of Priscilla Prissey

James Monroe Ford (1880 - 1923)
Son of Martha K

King Solomon Ford (1909 - 1995)
Son of James Monroe

Gladys Marie Ford (1944 - )
Daughter of King Solomon

Pamela Marie Cairns
I am the daughter of Gladys Marie

Added by Pam Cairns Palmer on Jul 10, 2012 2:53 PM

Hank Rogers
RE: Dunson Family
Mark, my email is hank_a1 [{a.t.}] y.a*h..o-0. I did the last word like that to keep spam bots from noticing it. It actually contains no symbols.

That would be awesome if you could check on that Dunson folder.

I've poested pretty much everything on findagrave & in a thread on GenForum, but I've updated more on findagrave. :)

Added by Hank Rogers on Jun 09, 2012 11:15 AM

Hank Rogers
RE: Dunson Family
No problem at all. It's a working out process alot of times, lord knows I've posted & updated & re-posted different details as they come in. The Dunson's have been a tricky one to figure out for sure. A piece here, a piece there.

There is supposedly a folder of Dunson papers in the library in Commerce. I would love to get over there & get copies of it sometime too.

Added by Hank Rogers on Jun 07, 2012 12:16 AM

Hank Rogers
RE: missing 10th Dunson child
What exactly am I looking for? Believe me, I've poured over internet posts & Google searches....BTW the Wiki page on Commerce contains errors, as the history of "the German Immigrant" has been proven wrong.

Added by Hank Rogers on Jun 06, 2012 4:50 PM

dusty kennedy
RE: ludwick carlson
The webpage is ucpl.org - Check under the Evergreen Cemetery. I also saw his name under the genealogy tab for his death. Wife Bessie, 3 sons Gordon, Spurgeon and Burnell along with 4 daughters.

Added by dusty kennedy on May 04, 2012 8:27 PM

dusty kennedy
RE: J Ludwick Carlson
I checked the library website and he is in Section 1 Lot 221.I don't see anyone with the same last name near him. Call the cemetery and they are good at pulling up the burial paperwork to give you additional names for that lot.

Added by dusty kennedy on May 04, 2012 5:11 PM

dusty kennedy
RE: J Ludwick Carlson
Hi Mark,
I think I entered this grave information from the Union City Public library files. Although I was raised in Union City I no longer live in that area. You may have luck posting on the site for a local person to snap a picture. - Tx

Added by dusty kennedy on May 04, 2012 4:57 PM

Papaguy54
RE: Memorial# 42283647
I will need your info to transfer. Please use edit tab at the memorial and the info will automatically be provided.

Added by Papaguy54 on Mar 11, 2012 7:45 PM

Jerry Hurd-Smith
Bobby Burks - Photo Request
I will be able to take a photo today or tomorrow, depending on the rain and tornado watch.
Jerry
Norcross, GA

Added by Jerry Hurd-Smith on Feb 24, 2012 11:36 AM

Kathleen Boucher Shockley
Pendergrass/Shockley
No I am not aware of the cemetery. But I have Pendregrass in my family and my husband is a Shockley. What's the name if it?

Added by Kathleen Boucher Shockley on Jan 25, 2012 9:59 PM

Kathleen Boucher Shockley
Pendergrast

Added by Kathleen Boucher Shockley on Jan 25, 2012 9:58 PM

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