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|Bob Maynard||RE: Gref Cheves|
You may want to change one one in the text for Greaf. Instead of "Here lies the memories.... It should read "Here lies the remains of..."
|Bob Maynard||Gref Cheves|
When you have the time, please help us out a bit with Greaf Cheves memorial.
His first name is GREAF as stated on monument
I have created a record for his first wife Betsy Parker Cheves and linked her to Greaf's memorial
Can I get you to link is other two wives
Mary (Maiden name Howard) Cheves
His third wife
Elizabeth F. (Maiden name Patterson) Cheves
and please link
Charles Thomas Cheves
to his parents
Father: Greaf Cheves 76714043
Mother: ELizabeth F. Patterson Cheves 76714216
|Bob Maynard||RE: CHEVES Markers|
I'll wait a few days so I can put some text together so I do not bother you too often
Greaf Cheeves is head of our family.
|Dee Pollett||Avant Photo|
Thanks for your trouble and effort in sharing the photo of my Avant ancestor. Much appreciated.
|Bob Maynard||CHEVES Markers|
Im Bob Maynard in Lewisville, Twexas
I am very much interested in the CHEVES marekers you haved recorded at Gassick Cemetery.
Is this yo ur family as well ? I'd like to link them to family members if your available to do so.
|Popeye||RE: Minshew/vinson cem|
No need to buy a GPS. Google earth, online will give you coordinates for anywhere you want. Check it out.
Added by Popeye on May 01, 2013 10:52 AM
Ya done good Mike, the sign was long ago needed. Maybe we'll find time for a cleanup of this one in the near future. Have a good day.
Added by Popeye on Apr 30, 2013 12:08 PM
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Edith and George Cornwell's grave marker.
|Boyce King-Doster||Joshua Welch|
Born 1807 in SC, unknown parents or siblings. At an early age he came into GA, and like several others ancestors came from SC to Putman County.
He went to Madison County and married Nancy nee: Gilbert. In 1853 he was 2nd Mayor of Marietta.
In his will he asked to be interred near Marietta, However, I can not find and graves with him being buried there. I believe he died in 1878, and was somehow connected with GA legislature. He owned before Civil War a Dry Good store in Marietta called WELCH & YORK.
I'd appreciate any info .Perhaps his family came to GA and styaed in Putman County area. It is noted there are no names or dates on tombstones.
thank you, Boyce Alyce email@example.com
Hey M.T. ?? Are you interested in recovering this cemetery?? If So drop me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Popeye on Mar 07, 2013 3:33 PM
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