|Robert Thompson (#46900531)|
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|Neal Cash||Olive Redd|
I have updated with Bio info you provided.
|Carmelita&Maryn||Ana Hinely duplicate memorials|
Thank you, I received your edit suggestion regarding the fact that there are two memorials for this person. May I ask if you have notified the other Find A Grave contributor? Here is what I propose...Although my memorial was made first, the later memorial created by Lem is better and more complete, I shall delete mine. Please advise; thanks.
|Janice Cathcart||James Benjamin Cave|
Thanks for all the info.
|Dorothy George Taylor||James C. Wilkes|
Thank you for the changes - fixed!
|OnlyMe||Oops...KATHERINE (Boyd) Reopell|
Added by OnlyMe on Nov 15, 2014 10:53 PM
|OnlyMe||Edith (Boyd) Riopell|
Thanks for your contributions. I never received any notification of changes (yet?). Send me the parental links by reply and I'll include them immediately.
Added by OnlyMe on Nov 15, 2014 10:50 PM
|Lexie||Coursey & Perkins|
I have made the additions and accepted the edits for these memorials. Do you know is Ronald C. Coursey the son of Pearl Perkins Coursey? Or do you know how or if they are related? If you are related would you like transfers? I am not related in any way and am happy to make transfers of any family members in this cemetery.
Added by Lexie on Nov 14, 2014 1:59 PM
|Jerry N Bennett||Elusive Grave of Lewis Griffin Roper|
If you ever find anything on the subject I would be forever grateful to know it.
The subject, Lewis Griffin Roper is my GG Grandfather. He died 27 May 1847 from a fractured skull. He was struck by a slave with a hoe. His plantation was north west from Shellman, GA. On land lots 153 and 154.
I don't know if he was buried in a cemetery or on his plantation.
I thought you might be looking around in that area of Randolph County.
|Swangirl||Jacob Auerbach (137680615)|
Hi, Robert! I wanted to let you know that I was contacted a few weeks ago by a gentleman in New York City who wanted a photo of Jacob Auerbach's grave. I believe he is an Orthodox Jew. I was out there yesterday and photographed it for him, then posted them here today. I also will be posting photos of his wife's grave as well.
Since you just recently created the memorial for Jacob, I thought you might want to know it now has pictures. :-)
Added by Swangirl on Nov 13, 2014 6:58 AM
|Diana B||William Jeffers|
Added by Diana B on Nov 12, 2014 7:04 AM
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