|Kathy Gatlin (#46822976)|
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I Post my Family members on here as a tribute. This is what find a grave is all about. I have tons more info on many of my relatives. I am willing to share pictures, marriage records, death certificates, birth certificates, Funeral cards,Actual hand written letters, and copied pages of Family Bibles I have.(I have access to the actual Bible's) Here are family names of this info I have;|
Contact me direct and if you are close enough relative of mine, I will share this info with you. I will no longer put this personal info out here for all to see. If you are related to any memorial I have created and would like further info on them, contact me direct. I believe true reatives should have such personal info.
I am very glad to have shared some of these things with some relatives already. I was blessed to get such info as lots of items mentioned are no longer around for researchers to get as records burned, and were lost. I am not trying to be mean but, a person out here stole some of my stuff and she has told lies to get what they want. This person knows who she is. Shame on you for stealing some of my memorials. Because of you I dont share pictures for my memorials for fear you will do it again. The right thing to do is give them back. I am the only one who had the pictures. They are legally mine.I can prove it. I have the original with the writing on the back.Just because your name has my family name doesnt mean anything. You need to stop sending messages to me. I want nothimg to do with you and neither does the Sumner or Bass Family.
Lakeview Memorial Gardens
Steven Vance Gatlin
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|Tanny Handley||John L Crawford|
John Crawford enlisted 11/1861 into Company A Florida 1st Calvary Battalion. 7/1862 he mustered out and transferred to Company E 9th Florida Infantry. You are right. His body has never been located. I called the Battle Field Memorial and they had no record. Bodies were moved. They also explained that sometimes when they camped out on people's property, if the family liked them, they might bury them in their family plot. I have copies of Frances' widows pension application. Their is a letter from one of the soldiers that saw him get killed and they refer to him as Dr John L Crawford. It was explained to me that sometimes a medic might take over for a fallen doctor and they would call him doctor because that was his position and not because he had training.
|Rebecca Lee McClary Powell||Bettie baldridge elrod|
She was married to my maternal grandfather, and the only maternal grandmother I knew. She told me her first husband was shot, and I always wondered about that. She made THE BEST pound cake and lemon mousse I ever have or ever will taste. Can you send me anything you have on her and her first husband, please? Thank you so much - email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Stacy McRae||Brewer family|
Hi, I noticed that you are the one who posted the information on the Brewer family in the Taylorsville cemetery. Are you related to the Brewers? I have been looking for information on Walter Brewer. Thank you for taking the time to post information it is very helpful.
|Mitzi Hopper Lindsey||Sanford/Buford Hopper|
Hey Kathy..Hope all is going well..Was interested to know if you had anymore pictures of Buford Hopper.
Thanks..Mitzi Hopper Lindsey.
|Blanche Wallace||Memorial 62353660|
Greetings - could you tell me the address or general location of Adairsville Cemetery? I am unable to locate a cemetery by that name via internet searches. Perhaps it has another name?
Thank you for your work for FindAGrave.
|Ed Hightower||Oak Grove Edits|
Thank you for following up on my requested edit at Oak Grove in Brooks County.
|delores ||Morgan Carson|
Do you have other info on this person? My gr-gr-gf was Morgan Carson who married Mary Ann Hogans, daughter of James and Sarah Baker Hogans. They lived in the Buckingham area & their daughter, Martha Jane Carson Kirkland was my gr-gm. Any info would be appreciated. Thank you.
Added by delores on Feb 26, 2016 7:18 PM
|Frieda Davison||Anna and Benjamin Wofford|
According to information I found in a published book about cemeteries in Spartanburg, these two graves were moved to their current location at the College in 1920. They had been near the Tabernacle Methodist Church in the southern part of Spartanburg County.
I thought you might like to add that note to these two memorials.
Frieda Patrick Davison
Dean of Libraries
|Denise Drake Horton||Loyd Eugene Gatlin #38540361|
Do you have any more info on Loyd's wife, Louise, and her ancestors? Thanks, Denise<><
|Andie Barcelo||William Hopper 16228279|
Hi Kathy, never mind my last message I have received some information that verifies this is probably correct relationship. Thank you.
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