|M. Littlejohn (#46601479)|
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|If you are one of those folks who disables your messages and has no email address listed, in other words, NO WAY TO CONTACT, I will in all likelihood ignore your message to me. Nothing personal, but sometimes I need to confirm things.|
(Note: I don't have Internet access where I am now and I don't often get to a place where I can use it. I appreciate all the messages and Littlejohn 'finds'. Please be VERY patient if you need a response. And be understanding that I can no longer reply to each message. Thanks so much and have a fun day!)
I kinda enjoy a-trompin' 'round the graveyards, sometimes. Ya know? I like the peace and quiet.
Most of my entries are not related. If I have made an entry that you don't want to see deleted, and is of no interest to me, now would be a good time for you to take it. Just say so.
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Don't crop all the background out of your photos so that only the gravestone is left! Surely you don't remove everything but the face when you take a photo of a family member. Leave something to look at.
If you have a better photo to replace one of mine, lemme know. If I agree I'll delete mine.
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|Slick||Donna Johnson Obit|
I have an obit on Donna if you would like a copy to add to FG just email me.
Added by Slick on Sep 30, 2014 3:11 PM
|Lisa G||Susan Rebecca Duncan Littlejohn|
Mrs Littlejohn is buried ar Rehobeth Baptist Church Cemetry in Spalding County Ge. The
Rebobeth in Lamar County is a Colored church.
Added by Lisa G on Aug 23, 2014 9:59 AM
|Anonymous||Henry Monroe Coleman|
My great grandmother is Cora Elizabeth Coleman, 16 year old daughter of Henry Coleman, according to the post, regarding the 1880 census. She married my great grandfather John Francis Hall in 1881. Their child, my grandfather was John Albert Hall 1883-1982. WOW! So interesting!
|Jim Pinkston||RE: Alice Reed Ramer|
Her husband was Dr. Felix J. Ramer. I believe that the J. stands for Johnson.
|Jeannie Scarber||Kenneth K Littlejohn|
I am researching WWI veterans and see you have posted Kenneth Stuart Littlejohn's son Kenneth Keizer Littlejohn(memorial #28422873) I wondered if you knew anything about Kenneth Stuart Littlejohn. I know he is born in February either 1877 or 1879,Upper Montclair, NJ. he graduated in 1898 from The Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey. He lived in California, Arizona and Mexico. He died in Mexico City, Mexico in 1952.
During WWI he was a Captain with the 6th Engineer,3 Division and received the distinguished service cross.
Are you a relative?
|June||RE: Old times|
Thanks for wishing me good luck. I don't plan to fall again, as long as people keep the ice off my porch. Lol
I don't know about Grady. I think he was cremated. Sad though. He had been around the ballparks for years, and he was a really nice guy, I think.
Keep in touch when you can.
Added by June on Jul 06, 2014 3:06 PM
|Georgiesgirl||Lady Sara Shelton Wormoth Littlejohn|
My mother Dorothy Sue Littlejohn Campbell was Cameron Bruce Littlejohn's cousin. My mother's father was Darius Robert Littlejohn. I am doing a family tree and came across Lady Sara Shelton Wormoth Littlejohn's name. I am trying to find any information about her. My name is Patti Campbell Williams and mu email is email@example.com, thanks so much for any help.
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||RIVERS|
Thank you so very kindly for the Leona Rivers transfer. So very nice of you. I've begun wok on it. Thank you for the generosity and your work. Nancy
|June||RE: Old times|
Getting around fairly good. Fell on ice in February, broke a bone in my knee and one in my back. Back is good, but still hobbling around on my knee. Like '' seeing '' friends on findagrave.
Also was thinking about Grady. Have you heard where he might be buried?
Take care and keep in touch
Added by June on Jun 26, 2014 5:08 PM
Wow! See your name on these additions, and feels like the old days!
Hope you are good.
Added by June on Jun 14, 2014 4:53 PM
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