|Meredith Drew Trawick (#46908319)|
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PHOTOS: PLEASE ask permission to use my photos on other websites - especially on Ancestry.com.
IF you are given permission:
To give Credit, indicate "Meredith Drew Trawick on Find A Grave Memorial #(appropriate number)" as the source of the photo.
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I have done the research to PROVE my ancestors for the following genealogical societies:
Jamestowne Society -
Colonial Dames of the XVII Century -
Daughters of the American Revolution -
Martin DIAL, Sr.
First Families of Georgia -
George BRITTAIN, Sr.
United States Daughters of 1812 -
William EDWARDS, Sr.
United Daughters of the Confederacy -
John Stephens DREW, Sr.
Thomas G. "Tom" KILE, Jr.
Isaac Newton MOONEY
Joseph Curtis SMITH
Henry Patrick SHACKELFORD
Francis Marion "Frank" QUEEN
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|Tim Oliver||RE: Gilbert Gordon Alexander memorial|
Meredith, I was glad to do it. As I live very close to Decatur Cemetery, please let me know if I can help you with anything on my end. Also, the staff in the cemetery office here are very helpful and forthcoming with information.
|Tim Oliver||Gilbert Gordon Alexander memorial|
I was fulfilling a photo request from another contributor of several of your Alexander ancestors when I came across his grave and found that he had not been documented. I wanted to transfer his memorial to you as I saw the extensive work you've done documenting your family genealogy.
Hi Meredith, thanks for your comments about Nathaniel. I am indeed a descendant, too. :)
I'll write a proper bio for him soon. I've been putting it off this past year with the hope that it won't be long before we have more information about his ancestry from DNA. I have a bunch of DNA matches to people who descend from Nathaniel through his daughter Abigail but it all still needs refining (especially separating the Harris bits from the Brooks bits, which are all very small at that distance).
If you've done an autosomal DNA test somewhere, look for my Mom at GEDmatch - she's M343009. The more data the better! -S
Added by Shari on Sep 21, 2013 3:34 AM
Pearlie & Ruth are in my Family Tree and went to my church in Pooler, Ga. Are you kin to them?
Let me know,
|Kathy Nance||Thomas Harris|
We are connected by Thomas Harris's marriage to Martha Moffett. Her parents are my 5th great grandparents. My question is do you have any information on Mary Elizabeth Harris the wife of John Moffett Simpson? She was born in 1815 in South Carolina and died Nov. 4, 1884 in Wallerville, Union County, Mississippi. John and Mary are my 3rd great grandparents and I have been unable to find who her parents were. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
|Stephanie (Adams) Sanchez||Thrower|
I am also doing family research, we have an ancestor in common. Benjamin Thrower 1755-1820. His son Benjamin T. Thrower is your ancestor & his brother Jesse is my ancestor! I have really enjoyed looking at your ancestors phots. Really amazing!!
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Hi Meredith|
Thank you for your note on Isabel Vieuxpont Clifford, your 23rd great-grandmother. I deleted the few lines that I wrote about her, and used your suggestion, and gave you credit for it.
|JoAnn Bland||RE: Abrams in Bonaventure Cem., Savannah, GA|
I am not related to half of the people I have put into Find A Grave, although my sister and I have been working on our Family Tree for over 30 years now. I love a challenge though, every now and then. One thing you might do, is Call Bonaventure Office, 912 651-6843, where the cemetery records are kept. They should be able to pull the card, where the burial lot was purchased and can normally tell you by whom it was purchased. It is possible, since the Abrams lived in Glynn County, Ga, that she purchased the lot the day after he died, for him to be buried in Savannah. Therefore, the lot would be in her name. They are very helpful and do not mind looking up information for you. Give them a call, they are open M - F from 8 - 5 with paid staff and volunteers. They are also open on Saturday, but run solely by volunteers. Not sure what their Saturday office hours are. The City of Savannah owns the cemetery so the information is public record.
I'm sorry I do not live in Savannah or I would check it out for you. I was born in Savannah and raised in Pooler, GA, which is about 13 miles west of Savannah, in case you are not familiar with the area. I love that old cemetery. It is beautiful. However, for the last 22 years I have lived in Orange Park, FL, 2 1/2 hrs. away, so it is not so convenient for me to go and do research as often as I would like.
Looks like you have gathered quite a bit of info.
Good luck with your hunting! In the meantime, I will keep an eye out and if I come across anything else, I will definitely forward it to you.
|JoAnn Bland||RE: Mrs. J. B. Abrams/Irene Putzel Abrams #101347106|
The information below was what I found in the Bonaventure Cemetery Keeper's book.
I didn't know if you were related to the Abrams, but I came across the burial info in the Bonaventure Cemetery book and wanted to share. I was adding another memorial to Find A Grave and as I was double checking myself, came across your entry. I don't know why, but I just checked to see if there was a name for Mrs. J. B. Abrams. Of course, there was not, but I at least found the death date and thought that may be of some help to you to determine which of the "3" she was.
Good luck with your hunting, hope it helped.
Burial Information for
ABRAMS, J. B., MRS.
Name: ABRAMS, J. B., MRS.
Death Date: 08/02/1925
Burial Date: 08/05/1925
Age: 62 YRS 2 MOS 24 DAYS
|Bertha Avery-Hood||Frances Holland|
Thanks for the new photo. It was hot and sunny and just didn't get it all in the photo. So since we were there for only one day I had to go with it. I am glad to get a better photo.
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