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Micki Switzer (#47318964)
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Bio Photo I have been researching our family lines for about 10 years now. Found some interesting characters along the way. Good luck to you in your research and thanks for participating in this wonderful site.
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H. Hord
Thank you very much for the quick response/transfer. Your efforts on this wonderful site are certainly appreciated.
Added by H. Hord on Oct 05, 2014 8:53 AM
Cheryl Manley
White Bible
The White bible was published in an old newsletter called "the Ga Geneologist" back in the 70's. It can still be purchased from HERITAGE PAPERS. The issues you want are Numbers 25, 26 & 27, A little pricey, but worth it. Millie's Gt grandfather, Henry, was a founding member of the Quaker colony in Burlington CO, NJ. I recently used this publication as one of my proofs to join the National Society Sons & Daughters of the Pilgrims. Both Henry & Henry's father in law, Thomas Harding, are qualifying ancestors. I visited the White cemetery in Jan 2012. The current owner of the property is a White descendant, Louise Gaines. She is Crayfon White's descendant. My email is
Added by Cheryl Manley on Apr 03, 2013 2:33 PM
Bobbie O'Barr
RE: White Family Bible
The White Bible bought by John Martin White in 1803 was in the possession of Crayton White of Hart County, Georgia in 1932. I don't know where it is today, but assume it is with a descendant of Crayton White.

You might check with the library in Hartwell, where the genealogical society is located, and see if they can give you the names of some Whites in the area who are interested in genealogy, who would be members of the genealogical society there. They would be most apt to know where the Bible is now.
Added by Bobbie O'Barr on Jan 05, 2013 12:12 PM
Wanda Tyus
Sarah Cowart
Are you related to Sara Cowart mem #61942932? I ask this because you linked her to her daughter Gladys mem # 68370546. Her husband, William Cowart, was my gg grandmother's brother. But I have lost track of him after Sara's death. My gg grandmother's obit says that he was in Mississippi in 1936 when she died
Added by Wanda Tyus on Nov 05, 2012 3:21 PM
Gypsy Soul
RE: South Lawn Memorial Gardens
Hi Micki,

I am able to go take the pictures, I live near the old Owens Corning factory on 81 but I haven't lived here too long and I'm not very familiar with the area yet. I just wanted to know where the cemetery was so that I could accept requests for it. Thank you for telling where it was. I had asked several people but no one seemed to know.

Happy Hunting,
Added by Gypsy Soul on Oct 01, 2012 8:54 AM
Gypsy Soul
South Lawn Memorial Gardens
Hi! I'm hoping you can help me. I have been trying to locate South Lawn Memorial Gardens in Anderson and no one seems to know where it is. I seen that you have posted pictures from that cemetery. Could you please tell me the name of the road it is located on?

Thanks & Happy Hunting,
Added by Gypsy Soul on Sep 28, 2012 4:43 PM
Tru Calling
RE: Photos
just one for my ancestry. then i may put one in my home base book. until we can get there to take our own don't know when that will be. thanks again
Added by Tru Calling on Jul 13, 2012 8:39 AM
Tru Calling
May we make a copy to our tree on line of any and all your photos. thanks.
Added by Tru Calling on Jul 12, 2012 2:28 PM
RE: Felice Palandro
You're welcome. St Columbkille is about 1 mile from my house so I try to check often. Glad I could do it.

Added by Jeff247 on Dec 09, 2011 8:27 AM
Roberta Bouche
RE: Condell Memorial
I am sorry that the pictures were not the best. I was there early morning and the sun was glaring on the stone. I did notice that in another section there was another Condell Memorial. I don't remember the first names. But if this would be of interest to you, I could check it out whenever I go back to that area.
Added by Roberta Bouche on Jun 29, 2011 5:45 AM
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