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|Louise Hendrix||Sam McCollough|
His wife, Helen, died yesterday. There is a small obit in the Atlanta paper and a more informative one in the Rockdale/Newton paper, if you would like to add it
|Shirley Ann Bennett Barham||RE: Picture|
Who is "old Martha"?
Thank you for transfering my Aunt Lena.
Some how I have lost your personal email address.
Have items I would love to share with you.
|Shirley Ann Bennett Barham||Lena Chafin Owens|
Would you be mind transfering 22389463 to me.
This is my mother's sister.
Thank you for all you have done on findagrave and for your generous heart.
|William Carson||William Roger Basnaw|
Thank you, I live in the area of Homer, Georgia and had the funeral announcement. I appreciate your memorial photograph of Mr. Basnaw's marker.
HI DJ, sorry I didn't give the relationship. Her Grandfather and my gg grandfather were brothers. Thanks so much for the transfer; I didn't know she existed until today when I was researching the Bird Family of Newton/Walton Counties. THanks for all you do on Find A Grave and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Added by Birdgirl on Dec 10, 2014 1:24 PM
Dj, I have posted several photos recently. Which one is the one you thanked me for. I appreciate the Thank You. I love Find a grave and enjoy taking photos. I was at Big Sandy Cemetery in Buncombe Co. NC in Sept. and again last Sunday. I plan another trip in spring, if there are specific families you would like me to look for, let me know.
Added by Debbie on Dec 06, 2014 6:58 PM
|cra2004||RE: Eastview Cemetery, Rockdale County, Georgia|
Yes, I would be happy to take Bobby's page also. He died many years before I was born but my father always spoke very fondly of his younger brother.
I would be interested in any of the others in that same plot or in the plot to the right:
Ida J. Hammock - Memorial# 59137594
John Bell Hammock - # 76964344
Bessie B. Hammock - Memorial# 76964414
John Fletcher Parnell - Memorial# 76892333
Added by cra2004 on Nov 30, 2014 11:11 AM
|cra2004||Eastview Cemetery, Rockdale County, Georgia|
Hello. I would like to "adopt" the memorial pages for Mildred Louise Curry and Ralph Martin Curry in Eastview Cemetery, Rockdale County, Georgia. Thank you.
Added by cra2004 on Nov 30, 2014 6:46 AM
|A. King||RE: MANY THANKS|
You're welcome! It is beautiful weather in Pulaski today. Mid 60s, feels like spring. So it was a perfect day to hike around Oakwood!
You have a wonderful Thanksgiving too.
Added by A. King on Nov 24, 2014 3:30 PM
|Bob Burton||RE: send me info|
This is all I have.
His full name was Henry H. Hinson (Hank)
His dad's name is the same.
Henry retired as the ranking Sgt. Major in the Army in 1968. He lived in Decatur Ga. after retiring. Then he and his first wife, Lois Hilley Hinson, moved to Peachtree City in the 1980's. Lois passed away, is buried where Ed says Henry is, but is not. He remarried, when he died, he wishes were to be buried with his parents in Chattanooga. I would say the time of his death is correct. As far as the location in Chattanooga, I remember crossing the Veteran's Bridge headed north across the river, then heading back toward 153 on the main road that takes you into Hixson. I have looked on Goggle Earth several times, cannot locate the place using it. Sorry I cannot be of anymore help. If and when I get back to the area, for my own peace of mind am going to go find it again. Right now I am nowhere near Tennessee, wish I were.
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