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I just want to say a BIG Thank You to ALL of The Folks on here, who Devoted time of their Lives to create these Memorials. And Time adding Excellent Family History, Great Pictures of their Stones, and Pictures of The People in them. |
"Whatever You want to do, do it Now, There are only so many Tomorrows". Michael Landon..IQ 159.
It's Simple really;
Because They Lived, We Live.
IN GOD WE TRUST
If you would like more information about African Heritage, Please look up "Slavery in the North" and "Yankee Slavery". All peoples of this Heritage were brought to the 13 Colonies/Upper New England Ports starting in the early-mid 1600's. Col. Samuel Browne had a Plantation in Massachusetts that was 30 square miles large in size.
FYI..Not one Ship with a Confederate Flag ever brought Slaves to America. This was done mostly with the American Flag, Dutch and more.
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|TC||RE: Our Heritage|
...and thank you for the wonderful messages you leave.
Added by TC on Jul 11, 2014 2:41 PM
|G. Flanders||Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery|
First I would like to thank you for your postings and information.
But I have some corrections and additions.
The Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery is on Beekman Road in Hopewell Jct. Next to the Hopewell Reformed Church. It is actually called Pilgrim' Rest. And I have asked Find a Grave to merge the tow. The Slave Cemetery that is in the picture you posted is not part of that cemetery, but several miles away. Could you please remove the picture. I believe that marker is on Phillips Road. The Storm family buried their slaves there, not by the church. The slave cemetery is on a back road with no markers left the last time I was there. Although 50 years ago you never even would have known it was a cemetery. People have cared enough to preserve it, thankfully.
Thank you very much.
|Charles E. Carroll||Carroll|
I got in to big of a hurry heading out of the house for HS Graduation.
Jesse and Thomas were sons of Elisha Carroll and Sarah Brown. I'm not sure where they are buried at. Elisha died in 1840, I believe in Twiggs County, GA.
|Margie & Bob||RE: Franklin's of Habersham|
Glad I could share with you! I wish my Franklins would've stayed put - they moved all over Georgia and have been hard to track. Some passed thru Habersham; I've been trying to find the connection but it appears to be late 1700s.
Hi!! I am trying to help a cousin locate her gggrandfather who died at the battle of Chickamauga on Sept 19, 1863. Do you know if those who perished over those 3 days are all buried together? His name was James Abram Moore and he was from Suwanee, Georgia. She has been looking for a long time, we just discovered our connection on ancestry. I am more into find a grave now so I thought I would find someone from Georgia who may know the history. Thanks so much, Connie Clark (with some Georgia ancestors as well :)
|George Seitz||RE: Pvt Richard|
You are very kind and eloquent. Your sincerity is appreciated. I saw where you looked at Levi Miller, another entry I made. Please look at Jefferson Shields in that same cemetery. He looks very much like Dick Poplar.
Thanks! - George
|Eric Brantley||RE: Your Work|
Thanks so much Cindy. I try to add as many as I can. I rolled my truck in the snow storm we had at the end of January so I have mostly been trying to find something else since. I have the rental until this Friday so hope I find something soon. Would rather be working on my findagrave stuff. HA!
|TC||RE: Our Heritage|
Thank you Dixie Home Georgia, and I would like to say the same to you.
It is reassuring to find, with today's "political correctness," some who think the individuals who fought for the Confederacy were not villians, but God-fearing people who deserve our utmost respect.
Added by TC on Feb 13, 2014 12:27 PM
|Darrell Landrum||RE: Our Heritage|
Thank you for the kind words Dixie Home.
|John Nash||RE: Our Heritage|
Thank you for the kind words. I really enjoy finding my Confederate kinfolk and creating any kind of memorial I can to honor them and their sacrifices. You keep up the good work too.
In Their Memory,
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