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Marylee Tuttle (#47127084)
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Bio Photo 66 yr old that has been gathering family geneology information since I was a teenager sitting with my grandparents at their kitchen table.
Several years ago I realized how cemeteries are a good source and I could be helpful to others by taking pictures for the internet. Before the internet, I thought taking pictures of a tombstone was pointless. What were you going to do with it? Put it in a scrapbook? Now I can take pictures in this area (that maybe someone else can't visit), knowing that people are doing the same for me in areas I can't get to. I love the ability to share information.
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Phil White
Helts, Cooks, Mizes
Hello Marylee - I notice that you have contributed a lot of information on the Helts and Mizes. I am researching John McHenry Cook and his descendents and would like to share information with you. To make it easier, would you contact me at pwhite@rtcol.com. Phil White
Added by Phil White on Sep 15, 2014 5:42 PM
Eric Vandegrift
Bolling Hobbs
There are two Find A Grave entries for Bolling Hobbs. Yours has photo of headstone at Marie Baptist Church Cemetery. The other entry claims he's buried at Wells Family Cemetery. Both Laurens County. Is the stone at Marie perhaps a cenotaph and he's actually buried at Wells. Or is the Wells info incorrect? Any light you can shed on this? Thank you.
Added by Eric Vandegrift on Sep 02, 2014 7:17 AM
Frankz
RE: Maddox Cemetery
Thanks, I found it on the map. I must have just looked under the first photo, which only says Hwy 257, and I missed the rest of the directions under the 2nd photo.
Added by Frankz on Aug 29, 2014 11:55 AM
Frankz
Maddox Cemetery
Since you took photos in the Maddox Cemetery in Laurens County, can you tell me where this cemetery is located?
Thanks
Added by Frankz on Aug 15, 2014 1:14 PM
Olivia Terjesen
RE: transferred A.K. Spivey
Thank you. It was so nice of you to take photos of gravestones. It is impossible for me to go to all the cemeteries of my relatives and take pictures of their gravestones.
Added by Olivia Terjesen on Jul 15, 2014 10:25 AM
country girl
Wogoman Family
Thanks for your message about the different spellings of Wogoman. I was already aware of all the different spellings. I actually found my 4th Gr. Grandfather Johann Philip Wogoman by putting in a different spelling because I was unable to find him for a long time, it came up as Wageman, very different from what I was finding. But my Dads mother (Rebecca Wogoman) always spelled it Wogoman clear back to my 4th Gr. Grandfather Christian Wogoman, so I try to put the spelling as it is on the headstone or from actual documentation. Thanks again
Added by country girl on Jun 13, 2014 7:09 PM
gardengirl
Transfer
Thank you so much for the transfer of Aunt Bessie, it means the world to me. I have so many fond memories of her and Uncle Ed. Have a great day.
Added by gardengirl on Jun 01, 2014 9:09 AM
Virgil K. Knight
Ferguson Cemetery
Marylee,

About 5 years ago after posting photos of Guyton Cemetery I noticed Ferguson Cemetery had never been photographed. The cemetery was overgrown and some headstones not readable for the grass and weeds. Before taking photos of the entrance and some of the headstones I used a weed eater to clean the place up. I created the Ferguson Cemetery with photos on Find A Grave, separate from the already created Guyton Cemetery.

For some unknown reason, Ancestry.com, who bought Find A Grave, decided to make the name change, probably 6 months ago. When this was brought to my attention in Nov 2013, I wrote Find A Grave explaining the mistake, that they are two separate cemeteries and ask them to please change it back. Please write them yourself, along with your friends, and point out the mistake they made - maybe they have their head out the sand by now!

Thanks,
Virgil
Added by Virgil K. Knight on Mar 19, 2014 8:25 AM
Donna Sikes Holley
RE: Calphrey Clark & Cynthia Burch Clark
Thank you! If only chain-linked fencing remains, the old wrought iron fences that once surrounded the graves are now gone. They were very rusty but still quite beautiful. I wonder why they were removed. Thanks again.
DSH
Added by Donna Sikes Holley on Mar 03, 2014 1:00 PM
Donna Sikes Holley
RE: Calphrey Clark & Cynthia Burch Clark
Thank you for your reply but guess I'm still confused. Are you referring to the chain link fence? I see that. If you look at the other plot photo on the memorial you can see an old iron fence that is rusted surrounding these graves - all are in the iron fence. That's the fence I'm asking about. Has it been removed? Sorry - just wanted to clear up. Thank you!
Donna.
Added by Donna Sikes Holley on Feb 24, 2014 8:50 PM
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