|Curtis Jackson (#46552524)|
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Atlanta, Georgia native saluting the contributions of known and unknown individuals, pacifically the fundamental role that African American's have played in the making of the American republic. Many of these known and unknown individuals broke barriers in the political, educational and entertainment arenas, as well as built up their communities, and achieved beyond what others deemed impossible. All saluted, from the famous to the obscure, deserve our gratitude, for their lives clearly demonstrate in some way-through perseverance, fortitude and hard work that people can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to fulfill their dreams and share their gifts with the world. Find A Grave provides all of us a opportunity to learn about some of these individuals behind the struggles and triumphs that have helped shape the world in which we live. My hope is that more people will become more aware of the contributions that many of these individuals have made.|
Death teaches us to remember the things that matter the most.
I would like to say thank you to all who have left tributes to my deceased relatives and especially those who sponsored memorials of my deceased relatives on Find A Grave. God Bless!
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I went to Barbara Knowles' page to leave a token and thought I'd leave one for Paul. When I clicked on his name on the page, the Find A Grave home page came up. Something wrong with the code...
|Bud||RE: Bobby Heard|
I am glad to be able to do it.
The lady over there is the nicest person I have dealt with visiting cemeteries. She usually gives me a map to show me the location, but when the marker is not present she calls and has someone escort me to the grave site so I would not miss it.
Best regards to you and yours, Bud.
PS. I love the work you are doing too. It is a very noble enterprise for sure. BB
Added by Bud on Jan 28, 2014 10:59 AM
Sorry, but his marker has not been place on his grave yet. I will try to keep checking on him when over there about every other week. He is buried in Lot 65-A grave 4 of the Veterans Memorial Section. He is located next to Roylean Mincey-White, purple flowers, and the Lee family grave, yellow flowers seven rows up from the central monument in the center of the Veterans section.
When putting photos on you have four choices. The default is 'Grave'. When putting photos of persons on you have to select 'Person' and that photo will remain at the top of other photos. The other two sections are 'Family' and 'Other'.
Best regards, Bud
Added by Bud on Jan 27, 2014 1:46 PM
|Mark R||Otis Redding photos|
Mr. Jackson:I am writing a biography about Otis Redding, to be published next year by Norton. I came across your photos on findagrave.com and would like to know if I could use them in the book. Do you own them all, or just the gravesite ones? Please let me know. Your kind help will of course be noted in the book.
Added by Mark R on Jan 21, 2014 7:32 PM
|Phillip Plotz, M.D.||RE: Grave Photo|
Let me know if you need anything else at Westview. I know that cemetery pretty well and I think I am the only one volunteering there. Have a good day.
|Rhonda Sue||Hi Curtis|
Happy New Year Dear Earth Angel, Its Been A Long Time :-) I Hope Your Doing Well.
|Phillip Plotz, M.D.||Prof. Louise Hollowell|
I transferred her page to you. I think you would be the better person to manage her page. Thanks. I hope that is OK.
|Phillip Plotz, M.D.||RE: Thanks|
I was looking over some of your pages in your virtual cemetery. You seem to approach this the same way I do. You write some nice histories and research them well. Also your photos are nice and you make an effort to make connections with relatives with links. I really appreciate that. This will leave great tributes to your family and others and preserve their histories for years to come.
|Phillip Plotz, M.D.||RE: Thanks|
Your welcome. Were you related? I made a page for his wife but wasn't sure if she was still alive. Do you happen to know? If you want, I can transfer her page to you.
Added by Babe on Dec 25, 2013 10:38 AM
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