|AZEXPLORER||Helen Reed grave photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of Helen Reed!
I am very grateful that you took your time to go out and take the photograph.
Thank you very much.
|David Spencer||Patrick Blair Photo|
Thank you so much for photographing the picture of my maternal great grandfather.
I appreciate your time and help in getting this for me. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
|Susan Mccay||Abner Greer memorial|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Abner Greer's gravestone. I know it takes time to find the gravestones. Susan
|John Russell Pierson||Bess Willis|
Thanks for the pics!
Thank you for the Headstone photo.
Added by DBS on Nov 18, 2015 7:27 PM
|Heather Cottrell||Lawrenceville City Cemetery|
Thanks so much for getting photos for me of my various McNary family connections. It is much appreciated!
|Nancy Leathers||Harvey Walter Leathers|
Thank you very much for the photo. I really do appreciate it.
|BigFrench||Joseph & Thankful Wells|
Thank you much for posting their biopages. I've just now linked them to their Confederate Patriot son who fell at Spotsylvania defending his Country.
Thank you for the correction of James' date of death.
Added by Brennan on Jun 08, 2015 7:54 PM
|Pete Kersey||Added info and question|
Find A Grave Memorial# 117517777
Confederate soldier listed as B. Kersey is
Bannister Kersey. Born in 1843 to Bannister Sr and Nancy Lawhone in Randolph County, Georgia.
He died of typhoid fever in boot camp in hospital at Savannah, Georgia.
I see your middle name is Hersey and wonder if you are tied in with the Kersey family?
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