|Sandy Lyle (#47370549)|
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In the spring of 2010, I became interested in finding out more about my father's family. My g-g-g-g grandfather, John P Lyle, settled in Paulding Co, Georgia, sometime before 1840. It is thought that he received land in the 1832 land lottery of the Cherokee lands. I worked on the LYLE family tree and then started looking for the graves of my extended family. I spend the majority of my time looking for graves in Paulding County and the counties that surround Paulding, such as Haralson, Polk, Bartow, Carroll, Douglas, Cobb and Cherokee. I have found this to be a great way to fill in those extra hours I now have in my life as a retired person. |
I have to give credit to my brother, Tom 'CC' Lyle, and to my 1st cousin once removed, Dianne Eberhardt, for allowing me to use their genealogy research information in several of my FAG memorials.
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Andrew Pilley, Barbara Tynes C..., BeamGen, Bobby Lyle Jr., David Woody, Dixie Home Geor..., Douglas Walker, Eric Brantley, GraveStomper, John K Cruce, Jon Watts, kathy smith, Nancy E. Collin..., Pat Millican, Ron Zellner, Sandy J L R, Tom Anderson (R..., Vicki Miles, Wanda Moon
|Messages left for Sandy Lyle (390)||[Leave Message]|
|Desiree Hartman-Luca||RE: Eugene Corrydon Lyle|
You are very welcome!!!
|Suzy Burt||RE: Durmela Caroline|
Oh, my goodness - I didn't realize that there were two different ladies named Sandy connected with that memorial. Hope you can contact the other one & that she has the correct photo.
I'm trying to work on this lady. Her name looks like Durmeta on the marriage record. I've found very little so far.
|Patricia Farmer||Daniel Blackman|
Thanks for the information. I added it.
|DON SHARP||RE: Mary Ann|
I just got back from the cemetery. The birth year 1848 must be wrong on the marker and it should be 1840. Would it be possible to merge with the memorial created by Ed Elstan # 64665984.
Hope you have a great weekend.
|DON SHARP||Mary Ann "Polly' Blackmon # 118293393|
I am doing some family research on my Adams' ancestry. I noticed that you have a memorial for Mary Ann created in Smyrna UMC. But I show no listing for her at Smyrna UMC in the Carroll County Cemetery survey book. Is it possible that your Mary Ann and Mrs. P.A. Adams # 64665984 are one in the same. William Adams married Polly Ann Folds 7-16-1868 in Carroll County, GA. I believe the birth year for Mrs. P.A. Adams is actually 1840, not 1848. She is buried next to William and his first wife, Millie Hooper Adams. I believe P.A. is for Polly Ann. Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. I'll try to visit the cemetery shortly.
|Susanne D||Photo Request|
Hello, I'm I Find a Grave volunteer who lives near Memorial Cemetery in Skokie. There is some confusion about taking photos at this cemetery, but I have taken a number in the last few years. What I can't do is look up the location for you. If you call the cemetery 847-864-5061 and then post the location in your request, I will attempt to fulfill it. Some folks have reported to me that the cemetery will not give out the location via phone. This is hard to understand if you are a family member. I would prefer to have the location posted rather than sent to me via email. Susanne D
|JayCee||RE: Nancy Clementine Garrison Lyle #102378327|
You are welcome. I wish I could find all of the photo requests.
Added by JayCee on Apr 09, 2015 7:43 PM
|Sabrina King Combs||RE: William C Lyle|
No problem. I've been saying for years that I wanted to go up and have a look at that cemetery since there are some Civil War soldiers buried there, and you gave me the perfect opportunity. :-)
|jenleidris||RE: Tavie Brooks White, James R White and Mary E Holcombe White|
I was glad to do it!
|Michelle Hillier||RE: Alberta Agnes Lyle Hill # 81006603|
Your welcome. Oh how I wish you had some relatives for me but unfortunately my family came from Hungary and refused to discussed their families in the "old country". Not to mentioned that: 1-their last names were changed at Ellis Island and 2-it is common as Smith and Jones: and 3-they rarely ever gave their children middle names and the children's names were the same as their's. The way they "distinguished" themselves were by their occupation. Such as Joe the butcher or Joe the son of Joe the butcher. Ugh! I have hit a brick wall with my grand parents so my tree is very small. Thanks for the offer. Michelle
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