|Ed Hooten (#47100978)|
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Born in Clarke County, raised in Monroe, entered Uncle Sam's Navy 1963. Retired USN, Quartermaster, E7, CPO. I was a tugboat Captain for the last 6 years in Uncle Sam's Navy Stationed at New London CT., submarine Base. Returned to Jawja, settled in Athens. Worked in the automotive industry until 3 yrs ago, retired and now enjoying thinking of what kind of mischief I can get into next|
I mainly search the Family tree of Hooten's and Tarpley's which center in Henry County and Gwinnett County.
I enjoy riding the motorcycle and Find A Grave gives me a great excuse to saddle up and ride. I enjoy woodworking and doing my best to really screw up the assembly of a good model plane (Mostly WWII aircraft – plastic – 1:48 scale)
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|Whitney Henderson Raque||Audrey Wofford House|
Is there anyway you can transfer Audrey Wofford House to me? She's my great aunt. I'd love to be able to maintain it. #47327735
|Carl O Martin||Mary Ellen Carter|
Ed, whats going on the Hooted plantaion? I have sent you the Bio for Mrs. Carter Hope all is well at with you,everything ok here.
Talk to Ed see if he can send email to all Members about the meeting time I will try to come if I'm up to it.
|Sherry Leverett||Sue Dawson Meyer # 78739434|
Ed, Thank you for adding her information and yes, I would love the transfer to me! I am # 46973286
Again, thank you very much.
|Pennsylvania Lady||Allen Palmer Ballentine|
I hope I thanked you when you did this, but in case I haven't it's a great photo and thanks so much for doing it.
|Anonymous||Oscar Doyle Cronic|
I have a cousin from Athens, Oscar Doyle Cronic. He died
Jan. 9, 2004. I cannot find out what cemetery he was buried. His brother, Royce Newton Cronic was buried in Evergreen
Memorial Park. I just hate to assume that Doyle was also. I found Newton's information on the Internet. I found Doyle, but not the full obituary. It was published in the Athens Banner-Herald. Do you think you might could find out?
Thank you, Ed. Maybe I can help you someday. Rhunae, Pulaski County, Ga.
|Dave Coile||Johnnie McElroy|
Thanks again for providing the photos for Johnnie's memorial. I really appreciate it.
|amtsunshine||Popes & Barrows|
Thank you so much for the memorial photos. They are very much appreciated. Thank you for all you do for findagrave. -- Teresa
|Larry R. Lovern||William Lovern|
Thank you so much for taking the time to take and post the headstone picture of William Lovern. Your help and time are greatly appreciated.
|Pat Gillespie||James Wade Hicks, Winterville|
Thanks so much for linking him with his mother and father, I really appreciate it.
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