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Jay Brown (#48088541)
 member for 3 years, 1 month, 29 days
Pat Millican
RE: Watters Cemetery
I thought you were the one that came in here, but I wasn't sure. I have started telling my patrons that "If you aren't dead and related to me, don't expect me to remember You". I do much better remembering your dead relatives! I remember your uncle coming in. That was just a few weeks ago. I don't remember what he was looking for either.

As for the photo, you will need to contact them through the forum. I forgot that you couldn't remove a photo from the cemetery page. I will contact the forum and ask that they remove the photo for you.

Thanks,

Pat Millican
#46618020

Added by Pat Millican on Feb 12, 2015 10:05 AM

Pat Millican
Watters Cemetery
Please remove the cemetery photo from the Watters Cemetery that you added. The photo you have is for the Gaines-Watters Cemetery. The Watters Cemetery is a different cemetery, as I noted in the description.

Thank you,

Pat Millican
#46618020

Added by Pat Millican on Feb 11, 2015 1:13 PM

Bert Clark
Patman Family
I recently discovered that an ancestor of mine, John Watson Patman, is buried at this cemetery. He was my 4th great grandfather. I live in the Atlanta area and would be glad to help with the maintenance work on this cemetery.

Added by Bert Clark on Dec 27, 2014 5:20 PM

Ellece
RE: William Pinson
Hi Jay,
Yes, of course you are correct. When I enlarged the picture it is definitely a three - I should have done that sooner. After finding the census records I was just sure it was a 2.
Thank you for all you do in preserving this cemetery. We are rapidly losing so many markers from the past and I wish I could do more to help.
Thank you for your reply,
Ellece

Added by Ellece on Oct 14, 2014 11:27 AM

Robert Garms & Margaret Stier-Garms
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome. Glad I was able to help.

There isn't much information that I have been able to find on Joseph Patman. The best is a 1853 court order for the guardianship of John W. Patman's children. These were the children of his second wife Sarah Weaver Patman. The document was posted on Ancestry.com in 2010 by someone whose username is "samloupet1" for the Williams Family Tree. Three children are named, Joseph S (don't know if the "S" was a mistake), R. F (Richard Franklin) and C.A. (Cynthia Ann).

By the way, Joseph L. Patman was my 1st cousin 4x removed. His grandparents, William Watson Patman and Susannah Biggers were my 4th great grandparents.

Margaret

Added by Robert Garms & Margaret S... on Feb 07, 2014 1:03 PM

Yellow Rose of Texas - Judy in California
Pettie Kinnebrew
Hi Jay:
It's me again,Just wanted to say 'Thanks Again' for another photo.

You have really done a lot of work on the Kinnebrew cemetery this last year! Keep up your efforts and hopefully you can recruit some help in 2014. It is such a pretty little cemetery.
Sincerely
Judy in California

Added by Yellow Rose of Texas - Ju... on Jan 16, 2014 9:34 PM

Yellow Rose of Texas - Judy in California
James Pinson
Thank you so much for the photo, and thanks for volunteering with Find A Grave; I appreciate your time and effort!
Judy in California

Added by Yellow Rose of Texas - Ju... on Jan 16, 2014 9:06 PM

Yellow Rose of Texas - Judy in California
Robert A Johnston
Thank you so much for the photo, and thanks for volunteering with Find A Grave; I appreciate your time and effort!
Judy in California

Added by Yellow Rose of Texas - Ju... on Jul 24, 2013 2:09 PM

 
 

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