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Candace Smith (#47080262)
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Bio Photo I am a southern girl (and being 60, I use the term loosely!) who has been at this genealogy thing for many years. I love cemeteries and find them as beautiful as any park with the added bonus of beautiful markers and a 1000 stories. So naturally I love this site! I live in Savannah, Georgia so I have a lot to explore.
I am excited to add new photos and search the site for "missing" family members!! Candace S
Family names..Morgan, Thompson, Shiver, Fulghum, Jeffers, Elder, Belford, Winterbotham, Coss to name a few......
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RE: Duff additions
Thanks for all your help! :)
Added by gkradcliffe on Jul 22, 2014 10:34 AM
RE: # 89146465
Yes, please do! Thanks Candace! :)
Added by gkradcliffe on Jul 22, 2014 10:33 AM
JoAnn HAGANS Harris
Robert Lucas
I appreciate the link for his mother. If you need help, plz. let me know.
Added by JoAnn HAGANS Harris on Jul 15, 2014 12:24 PM
Hubert Knauff, Jr.
Nathan W. Maxwell
Thumbing through the index of "The Cemeteries Of Grady County, Georgia"(2006) I noticed there were 2 Nathan W. Maxwell listings, one in Butler Cemetery & one in Gainey Cemetery. I believe you maintain one of them, but couldn't help but believe they may well have been connected. Memorial# 30741789 NATHAN W. MAXWELL (b. 8/9/1865, d. 12/25/1937)& there are F/G listings of childen FOY (1900-1974) & ROSCOE (1909-1995). Memorial# 30725319 NATHAN W. MAXWELL (b. 3/2/1844, d. 12/28/1928) -- the one you manage -- appears to be of age to be the aforementioned's father. Nothing really conclusive, except it caught my attention when lining up a list to go photograph. Might just be a name coincidence...
Added by Hubert Knauff, Jr. on Jun 30, 2014 1:10 AM
Old Southern Belle
Lamb in Savannah
I think Marilyn Lamb and her brother Dennis were the only children of Rev Delmas & Majorie Lamb. They lived on 61st Street between Reynolds & Atlantic. She went to Savannah High School in 1965, but I lived on 66th Street, the dividing line between school districts, so all my friends on the north side of 66th Street went to Savannah High and all the teens on the south side of the street went to Jenkins High. I lost contact with her, then married and moved away. Thanx for replying anyway.
Added by Old Southern Belle on Jun 25, 2014 9:27 PM
Old Southern Belle
Jeffers in Savannah
Hello Candice - I was born and raised in Savannah. My 1st boyfriend in the early 60's was named Carlos Tucker, he had a half-sister named Sandra Kirby. He had a best friend named Wilford Cone Jeffers Jr., "Junior", that dated Sandra & my best friend Marilyn Lamb, the preachers daughter. I was wandering if you knew any of them. They all would be approaching 70 yrs old now. I haven't had any contact with them since 1962-63. Just wandering.
Added by Old Southern Belle on Jun 15, 2014 12:56 PM
Diane Siniard
RE: Daughtery
You are very welcome!
Please remember if you need more photos from this cemetery or another in the area please feel free to let me know.
I do have websites that have all the cemeteries that I and others have photographed and you can view them by county from the NC site at
Just click on the county you want to see then click on the cemetery link and if the county isn't linked you can try the cemetery site:

If I don't have the cemetery online just let me know what county and the location and I have people in a lot of places all over NC that can try and get the cemetery photographed so that I can post it online for you.

Added by Diane Siniard on Apr 27, 2014 9:48 AM
SuEllen Askew
RE: Edwin Daughtry
The person who originally documented the Murfreesboro cemetery gave it the name of the 1811 building that shares that parcel of land. The Historical Association would like to have the name changed to the Southall-Lawrence Cemetery that is found in the old records. Unfortunately, it is difficult to change the name of a cemetery once it is entered on Find A Grave. Good luck in your search.
Added by SuEllen Askew on Apr 24, 2014 1:11 PM
SuEllen Askew
Edwin Daughtry
Mr. Daughtry is not in any cemetery in Murfreesboro. I checked the death certificate and it shows the burial place as Hertford, NC which is a town in Perquimans County between Elizabeth City and Edenton.
Added by SuEllen Askew on Apr 24, 2014 8:39 AM
Candice, There are two Thompson sections in each of the 2nd and 3rd extensions. I looked in all of them yesterday and was not able to find a marker for either of your photo requests. They might be there somewhere else but I wasn't able to find them. Sorry I couldn't help.
Added by Lexie on Mar 21, 2014 7:02 AM
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