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J. Evans (#46825213)
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L Ferree
RE: Forrest Ivey & Harry D. Ivey146030300
I'm not entirely sure I understand what you are looking for.

Fannie Hassel married first to James Ivey. On the 1860 census, James A Ivey and Mary F Ivey, with two children, Charles - age 4 and Jessie - age 3, are living in Augusta, GA. The 1870 census shows Fannie Landsdell and husband Jessie T Lansdell with children Jessee C Ivey, Harry D Ivey, Willie Ivey, in Columbia, GA.

On the 1900 census she is listed as Martha F Lansdell and is living with her son Walter H Lansdell in Macon.

Fannie's obituary calls her Mrs. M. F. Lansdell. Relatives [doesn't specify which are children and which might be siblings or other relatives] listed include Mr and Mrs W. H. Lansdell, Mr and Mrs W. J. Ivey, Mrs. J. C. McGee, Mr and Mrs H. D. Ivey, Mr and Mrs B. M. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mason, Mr. and Mrs Claude Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheats, and Mr B. F. McGee.

Hope this helps.
Added by L Ferree on Feb 13, 2016 7:43 AM
Jay Follett
RE: William E. Van Goidtsnoven
Happy to oblige. He is all yours.
Added by Jay Follett on Jan 18, 2016 12:45 PM
RE: Carmen Van Goidtsnoven
All yours
Added by ProgBase on Jan 18, 2016 11:38 AM
Robert Dogan
RE: Amelia V. Ridgway photo
It's an honor do this for family and friends of those interned at Arlington National Cemetery.
Added by Robert Dogan on Jan 08, 2016 4:06 PM
Yvonne Kanapaux
Joan, I am so sorry it took me so long to transfer the memorial to you. I had eye surgery on my left eye and doc's orders NO COMPUTER. Another surgery in January on the right. It's the pits having lop sided vision until then. Have a Merry Christmas
Added by Yvonne Kanapaux on Dec 03, 2015 8:14 PM
Robert M. Hagan
RE: Photo
I have done so. I thought only the manager of the memorial could do so. Thanks again.
Added by Robert M. Hagan on Mar 07, 2015 8:08 PM
Robert M. Hagan
RE: parents identity
Sorry, I made a mistake. I should have posted the photo on the memorial for Alexander Lorenzo Bazemore and Janie Elizabeth Powell Bazemore. Please remove the photo. I will ask to have it added to the proper memorial. Thanks for catching this.
Alexander James was the uncle of Alexander Lorenzo.

Added by Robert M. Hagan on Mar 07, 2015 6:34 PM
RE: Maria A. Von Eberstein Laurel Grve N. Savannah GA
Yes...I guess I got side tracked!
Added by Ally on Feb 14, 2015 2:14 PM
RE: Maria A. Von Eberstein Laurel Grve N. Savannah GA
Not a problem! I will have it done soon.
Added by Ally on Jan 18, 2015 8:07 AM
RE: Marion William
When we were searching (years ago) with the help of one of the managers at Bonaventure, he checked all around the perpetual care area with a probe looking for unmarked graves. He found in front and behind the monument what he "figured" was some sort of base for the monument.

Evidently, what he found was the Colonel's grave in front (between the wives) and Marion Williams in the rear. I wish we would have known differently.

As I said before, I don't understand why my great grandfather, John Holbrook, Jr., wasn't buried in that section. From what we always understood from Mrs. Marguerite Howe, only the Colonel, his wives and children (with spouses) were to be buried in the original section.

That's interesting to know about Ida Holbrook being buried in her wedding gown. Do you know anything further about her?

Also, if you ever come across any pictures of my great grandfather, I would love to see them. OR any of Marion and the children. My grandmother said my great grandfather had a portrait of his father and that they looked alike.

I appreciate all the info you have supplied through the years.

I'm surprised they buried someone on top of another. I know it is the custom in England, because my mother's family is from Liverpool. Her mother, 8 yr old brother, and 2 grandmothers are all buried in the same plot. They have a slab with all the names and dates.
Added by PurplePansy on Jan 03, 2015 1:20 PM
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