I'm a Registered Nurse living in southeast GA. My husband and I live in a rural area and have a small dairy goat and produce farm. I have been working on our family genealogies for many years - with a recent interruption. After my mother passed away, I lost interest. I have made many attempts to restart, none successful at this point. I know I will return to it one day, but not yet. I am still active with Find A Grave and respond to edits and changes to memorials. Happy Hunting my fellow genealogists!
If you find any errors on my submissions, please let me know so I can make corrections.
My mother, Mary Stockman passed away Aug. 29, 2008. I want to say a special thank you to all those who have said special prayers for me and my family, and those who have left tokens for her.
This is a follow up request from 2 August 2013, asking for your permission to use your cemetery photos of Hawhammock Cemetery, Canoochee, Emanuel, Georgia; Full credit would be given to you along with your name and F.A.G. member # 46832201. In addition it would state permission granted by you. I thank you for your time and assistance in this matter.
Canzedia Gilbert Stockman Hello, My husband is the great grandson of Canzedia and Richard. His grandmother is Julia Stockman (Stogman). His mother is Julia's daughter Grace Elizabeth married to John Wesley Dunn. Could I have permission to use pictures from this site for his family tree? I recently found this cemetery. Joe's youngest sister is named Mary Canzedia. We live in Michigan but will visit the cemetery this summer. Thank you for any consideration you can give me. Anne Dunn
Would you please allow my family and I to use your photos to add to our family genealogy on ancestry.com. All credit would be given to you, your name and F.A.G. member # would also be added to information. We thank you for all your work with findagrave.com
RE: Algerine Trapnell A William or Bob Trapnell (can't remember name) from Metter met with us in '97 and took us by the place he said Elijah is buried. He said it is unmarked. I haven't actually tried to find it because it's grown up. Probably wouldn't even be able to now. I don't understand why his grave is unmarked, just as I don't understand why some of my own local ancestors' graves were unmarked, i.e., John Williamson (c.1780-1851); these families certainly had the financial means to mark their parents' graves. And to never visit their parents' graves with their children so that they would know where they're buried is just unbelievable!