|Caroline Kelly Tait (#47099789)|
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I inherited the family ancestor papers and now I am hooked. If I do take any pictures of your loved one's graves, you are more than welcome to use them ANYWHERE else. History is for sharing, not for hoarding. If I have a memorial that is in your family (not mine) I will be happy to transfer it to you no matter how many generations off from you.|
If I have a memorial that is in my family and closer to you, I will still transfer it to you, but please do your ancestors a favor, honor them and hold them in your heart. Don't simply ask for them and then not research them or complete their vital records or not connect them to their other family members. Enjoy the journey, enjoy knowing your ancestors.
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|Anne Cady||RE: Mary Royce Evans - #52415057|
The middle name didn't come from me. It most likely came from the current manager. My focus is on documenting the cemeteries by photographing them. The only thing I can relate is what is on the marker.
|Trey Williams||Thank you -- J.W. Williams head stone|
I cannot begin to thank you enough. You helped knock down a brick wall in our family history - one that my grandfather had tried to solve for more than 30 years. Even though I had searched in the past for cemeteries in the Enterprise area, I was so surprised last week when I was just looking around and found a photo you took three years ago. It was a grave we had been looking for. It was for J.W. Williams. Even though the headstone had fallen, you still took a picture and posted it. Thank you. This weekend I just happened to be driving close to Enterprise and make a detour. After a few minutes of searching, I found the headstone. The markings had faded even more since you took the picture. If you had not taken the photo back then, we would not have been able to read it today. Thank you! You made a huge difference in my genealogy search.
Great, Great, Great grandson of J.W. Williams
|Sharon Wetzel||RE: Lydia Evans|
|Glynn Myers||Nelda Jean W Carriere|
You posted a picture on her memorial. Do you know her maiden name? Thanks.
|Jerry Alton / Altom||RE: Richard Landes pix|
You are very welcome I enjoy helping if I can and like to go and look for my family at cemetery's also. Just glad it helped
|CameraLady||RE: Dr.& Mrs Joseph C. Mason|
You're very welcome!
|Robert Whitehead||RE: Irwin Whitehead|
Yes...there is family information from two different sources that state Irwin Whitehead is buried at Taylor Academy Cemetery. The cemetery covers about an acre of ground and was the site of a school hence the name Taylor Academy. Irwins wife Martha is buried at Spring Branch along with their sons W L, Green, and James. James has no marker. Francis Whitehead Kelly is buried at Spring Branch as well.
|Dan Johnson||RE: Eva McLendon|
Thank you for the transfer, Carolyn. I really appreciate it and will be honored to care for her memorial.
|Arkansas Kin||Kelly - Kelley Family|
In a previous message you asked if I was related to the Kelley Family. I am a descendat of Mile Kelley in Jones Co., Georgia.
I exchanged a lot of informaion with your father, Charles. He and I visited on the phone many times. He was a fine man. If you want to contact me directly my email is: email@example.com
|Arkansas Kin||RE: Kelly-Stripling Cemetery, GA|
Location: in Jones Co., Georgia. From the railroad intersection in Gray travel south on U.S. 129 for approx. 4.5 miles to the intersection of Graham Rd. and turn right. At the first intersection turn left onto the Old Gray Hwy. and travel to the last house on the left. The cemetery has one wrought iron enclosure with many unmarked graves outside. The cemetery is on the property of the Cowart Family and permission and a guide will be needed to visit the cemetery.
There are markers, but it is abandoned and VERY overgrown.
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