|Jon F Fuller (#46619310)|
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|I began researching my family history in 2002 more from "curiosity" than hobby. Genealogy has since become a most treasured pastime. I have documented my Fuller line back to the mid-1700s -and continuing my quest. My love for cemeteries came shortly after discovering a more than 125+ year old - practically abandoned - cemetery in Russell Co., Alabama where my great-grandparents are buried. Born in 1960 - I never knew them (they died in 1934 and 1936 respectively). Further research proved more than 50 related descendants in the same cemetery - and suddenly I was hooked! I enjoy researching, documenting, photographing and logging family descendants - at the same time; helping others who are searching for their ancestors final resting place in the city I live. A posting on a message board might catch my eye and I offer to assist if I can. I also love to log and post photographs of non-related grave markers/stones in hopes my contributions may one day help others find their long-lost descendants....If your need is in the Atlanta area, feel free to reach out to me.......JF|
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|BlowingBubbles||Hello and god day!|
Do you ever go out to Shiloh Cemetery in Perry County Alabama? My 2nd great grandfather, Isaac Curtis Mayes is buried there. I suspect he may have a broken gravemarker. He was married to a "Fuller" --Fuller family is buried there. He also owned land in Perry County Alabama before he died.
|pathfinder61||Dottie Jean Daughtry Bowden|
102776688, Lakeview Cemetery, Phenix City, Al.
Do you have any idea where in the cemetery she is buried? The cemetery office has no record of her.
|Gerry Hill||RE: The Griggs Family|
It said you were original-turned over to someone else.
|Gerry Hill||The Griggs Family|
I see you were the original submitter of Carrie Griggs.
I am working on the family-for my friend here.
John Griggs wife Orpha Williams, first married a Smith-her end of it. Gerry
|Andrina S Womack||RE: Debra Ann Brown|
I'm a big believer in linking family. I forgot to add her maiden name when I changed things. Please add that too.
|Rachael||RE: Photo Travis Dockery|
You're welcome, Jon. I'm just glad I was able to find it for you.
Added by Rachael on Aug 18, 2012 1:16 PM
|Christine Thacker||RE: Mae Fuller Land|
""Mae Fuller Land
Could you please link Mae Fuller Land's father to the memorial: Fredrick A Fuller's plot is 57589015. Thanks ""
Please use the edit on the memorial page , I will hunt this memorial this time :-).
Also please remove one from memorial 11724808 (Carrie Griggs Byrd). Thank you.
Added by Em on Jun 18, 2012 8:52 PM
Jon, could you please remove one of the photos you posted on memorial 11724793 (William Mace Byrd)? I have a family photo I would like to post but cannot because the five photo limit has been reached. Thanks.
Added by Em on Jun 18, 2012 8:48 PM
I have been trying to research the Fuller Family also. I see somethings we have are the same and some arn't. Of couse I know none of these people, my father died when I was just a toddler and his Mother Fuller when he was a baby. My grandmother Pearl or Sara Pearl Fuller 1881-1928 married John Pearce in Scott County Arkansas in 1894. The Pearce family records say he married the daughter of G.E. Fuller & M.C. Jones Fuller 28 Sep 1894. That's all I've had to search on, except I know the name of her kids and that she died 1928 in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. Seems the more I search, the sometimes more confused I get.
Added by marty on Feb 01, 2012 10:17 PM
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