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Thank You to all who took pictures of my families Graves I have wrote on. I have added details not already known.|
I enjoy History and Researching my Southern Families. I will add info/Pictures as time allows, I cannot give a complete History to all the Graves I write on, and I hope what info I write, will help you in your own Researching.
I am a Proud Grand Daughter of Several Revolutionary War Soldiers, War of 1812, and their Sons and Grandsons who were in The Confederate States Army.
Please be sure to Visit Rev. John William Jones, Minister to Gen. Robert E. Lee and The Armies of Virginia, I have wrote much about him at:
FAG Memorial# 88614186, or just write in "Jones", in searching my Memorials. There is also much written there, about "The Confederate Memorial Chapel" in Richmond, Va., which is opened to visitors.
I try to write all of The Soldiers Info I can for the Revolutionary Soldiers, SAR, DAR, War of 1812, and SCV (The Sons of Confederate Veteran's) and UDC (United Daughters of The Confederacy) So if you find your Families, this will enable you to join.
It's Simple, really;
Because They Lived, We Live.
IN GOD WE TRUST
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I had seen that Kitchen was across the road and that several memorials are in both places. Have you asked the ones in the wrong cemetery to delete them?
If you happen upon a Gazaway grave would you let me know? That is one reason I do Find A Grave I hope one day to find my great grand parents.
Good talking to you
Added by Amby on Apr 26, 2013 5:31 PM
|Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams||RE: Samuel Gee|
I just saved the pict. to my computer then went to edit and inverted the color.
Thank you for the kind words. If ever I may need assistance, I'm sure I can count on you. Have a great day! :)
Hey Cindy, I can't thank you enough for the kind words. Folks, like you, help make it all worthwhile. You have so much history in your family. I can only imagine the pride you feel. We all have to try and keep the memory of these brave men from fading. It's truly the very least we can do in exchange for what they did.
Added by Hutch on Mar 26, 2013 8:16 AM
|Hummingbird Haven||Sanders Family|
Thank you SO MUCH for your willingness to help me get the records corrected for some of the Sanders family. I really appreciate the work you do. If you have any information that you can share regarding them I would be grateful. Also, if there is ever any way I can be of assistance to you PLEASE just let me know.
|Ron Walker||Americus E. Wallker|
Thank you for posting the biographical info on A.E. Walker, who was my great grandfather's (George W. Walker) brother. Most of our family lives in Georgia, and I was surprised that A.E. Walker moved to Mississippi. I have been researching info about Elisha's 9 children and was wondering where you found your info about A.E.W.'s genealogy. G.W. Walker was a Civil War veteran who had 13 children and died in 1917. Any help you can provide will be appreciated
|Anna McElroy||RE: Beloved Son|
Thank you Cindy.It was so heartbreaking to lose Ronnie. He was so depressed.Love,Anna
|Keith Giddeon||RE: William Powell|
The Powell Cemetery is surrounded by an iron fence and can only hold about 5-6 burials. To date, I am only sure of W.N. Powell's burial. I know that the cemetery is full, based upon my grandfather's stories. He knew who was there and in which order. However, there are no markers.
I believe W.N's second wife, Annie, may have been buried there, but haven't been able to find her obituary yet.
Feel free to create the Powell Cemetery, and to use any of my photos.
At Google Maps https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl
Type this in the search bar and you'll find the exact location of the cemetery:
|Anna McElroy||RE: Mt. Harmony|
Thank you Cindy. My Husband Eugene's mother Sarah Donehoo Hendrix was the sister of Iva Belle Donehoo Souter.Joe Sr and Alvin Souter painted Eugene's jeep.Eugene said they did a beautiful job. On 1940 census April 1st Joe was a little over a month old. Joe Sr was a painter. Our daughter Patti was D J at WGTO Radio in Winter Haven, Fl and Centell T V. Joe took her to Lowery Music Group in 1984. He gave Patti and I a tape and an autograph. Patti always played Joe's songs. Thank you for caring and posting such a nice memorial on Joe. Anna
|Anna McElroy||RE: Joe South|
Happy to post the pictures. Joe South and The Believers were given to us from Joe's Grandmother Iva Belle Donehoo Souter. I have a picture of Joe's parents taken when our Daughter Patti and I went to their house I think in 84. Sincerely, Anna
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