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|I am researching my ancestors (Wallace - Slade - Andreu - Rice - Thomas - Brewton - Snowden - Johns - McKinney - Dyess - Bowman - Spurling - Grice - Callaway - Nelson) I have only family members in my memorial list.|
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|Jim Thomas||Charles Parker request|
Charles Parker is buried in a section of Laurel Grove Cemetery called Stranger Ground, according to City of Savannah records, but there is no marker.
Stranger Ground is where indigent or poor people are buried. There are around 650 people buried there, but about only one-third of the graves are visible.
My wife and I have working to post FAGs on all the graves that we can find. We've posted around 200 so far. It's possible Charles Parker could turn up, but there's no guarantee. We'll let you know if we find him.
|Jennifer Hebert||RE: Eva Slade Allen|
Thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly & for the information. I didn't realize links had to go through parents, my Uncle Robert's parents,Jack & Betty (my grandparents) are still alive. I truly appreciate all of the work you, & others have done linking our ancestors, & making this website available for everyone. After clicking through the links, I am amazed how far back this (our) family goes. Thank you again for your help & hard work!
|Jennifer Hebert||Eva Slade Allen|
Hello, Eva was my great Grandmother & a really wonderful spirited woman! My Uncle Robert Allen (her grandson) passed away about 2 years ago. They were very close & I was wondering if you could link themail together? I'd be forever grateful!
|Jim Thomas||Katherine Parker request|
My wife and I went to Bonaventure today to take a picture of Katherine Parker's grave. According to city records, she is buried in lot K-237, but there is no marker. Lot K- 237 is actually the Bell family plot and the person buried there is an Amanda Bell. The city records also list K-237 as her plot.
I will post overall photos of the plot so at least you will know what the plot looks like where Katherine Parker is supposed to be buried.
|Teresa D. Sardiņas||George Andreu descendants|
Hello, this is a beautiful memorial! Thank you!
I have more on the Andreu family.
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
I will share with you all I have on the ancestors and descendants
of George Andreu.
Teresa D. Sardiņas
|Meg*||RE: James Skinner photo|
Very happy to help! If you need any others in the area , I would enjoy helping! -Meg
Added by Meg* on Aug 22, 2014 3:41 PM
|Jim Dugan||Janet Wallace #115285372|
Thanks for the additional information.
I have added it and a little more to her memorial and linked her to first and third husbands. Could not find findagrave memorial for second husband.
|James Brown||RE: Violet Andreu Skinner|
I do have photo that I took when I was there but I moved since. Close to my mama cause of her health but I will get that photo. As I'm able to due to my health keep in touch. Thanks. James
|James Brown||RE: Violet Andreu Skinner|
Yea she is laid to rest next James A Skinner if you want to contact me more information plz feel free sent me a email . Cause last time I was out there she had a stone that was in the ground.
Cause I know that the Skinner Family is in the same area I know she was put to rest there. if you cannot locate her area if rest check the church records and plz let me know if my grandma grave site is okay Thanks James
|John Lusk||RE: Wallace|
Thanks for responding Diane. I am pretty sure we've talked before about the Wallaces on Ancestry. Yes every single clue points to the fact about the identity of Edward Wallace. I am wondering in the 1850s how adoptions where the grandmother took the child were handled? This was in rural Alabama so my guess is there was no formal paperwork and as long as the family members agreed to it, it was done informally.
Have you done a DNA test on Ancestry? I show as a cousin to someone that is a direct descendant of John Valentine Wallace. Also show as possible cousins to several Dills, Fulfords, Wallaces, Gaskills, Nelsons, Pigotts, Styrons, (Carteret County families) etc. That pretty much sealed the deal for me when I got my Ancestry results.
This may sound corny, but I've thought about when I died if there is a heaven, which I hope so, I will be able to meet my ancestors and know these facts are true once and for all. Also wishing I had gotten into this years earlier when there were more people still alive that might have more information.
I can't tell you how valuable my grandmother has been in filling in blanks, making connections, and making corrections in the data that is out there in cyberspace.
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