|Doug Dugger (#46936091)|
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I am a GENEALOGY nut. My Aunt Louise Dugger got me started about thirty years ago. I have done a lot of research on Dugger, Deal, Thomas, Dixon,and Doty. I have hundreds of grave photos from, Texas, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Oklahoma, Nortn Carolina, Virginia, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Mississippi. They are mostly of a Dugger Nature. I am willing to share my information with others. Doug Dugger|
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|Terry J||request transfer|
Could you transfer this memorial to me, this is my maternal uncle.
Added by Terry J on Nov 21, 2015 5:13 PM
|Fern Lea||Brown Cemetery on Powell Drive|
Dear Mr. Dugger,
I started the Brown Cemetery on Powell Drive, because none of the other Brown cemeteries had the correct location. So, I spent over a week collecting all the headstone information, taking pictures and inputting the information. When I was almost finish, I found that four of the entries were already on Find A Grave at a Brown cemetery with the GPS coordinates for Artella Dr. which is in a totally different part of town. I immediately deleted my duplicates of the four entries.
If you wish to correct the location on your cemetery, I'd be happy to move all the ones I've worked on in to it. Or, if you wish to just move the few you have into mine. Either way that works to merge all the entries .
This has not been a case of disrespect as the other Find A Grave member has implied, just one of confusion. So, please let me know what you want done.
Added by Fern Lea on Sep 12, 2015 10:34 AM
|Tommie Moser Nichols||Brown Cemetery, Powell|
Good Evening, Are you aware Beaver Creek Church has cleaned Brown Cemetery and is re-fencing it? It is wonderful! My husband and I photographed all legible, and I began researching and adding them to your 4. Tonight I realized someone has created a new page for Brown which, of course, does not include your 4. I wrote the submitter, mentioned your page which pre-dates hers by 8 years, and suggested possibly merging the 2.
My husband and I have observed the hill and felt a cemetery was there. We had been watching! Thank you for what you entered. Those stones were not visible on our visit.
Sincerely, Tommie Moser Nichols, Powell
Thank you so much for processing the edits/updates. Peggy
Added by pz on Aug 07, 2015 1:25 PM
|Pat Gardner||Mary Eunice Munday Dugger, #21891919|
This Mary E. Dugger, #21891919, according to her birth year and info on tombstone is not the wife of William H. Dugger, who married Eunice Munday. This Mary's tombstone indicates that she is the wife of D. C. Dugger. Although, the Dugger line is not direct for me, my Munday's and Presnell's intermarried with them, so I feel that they are part of me.
I, too, am an avid genealogist and have been doing it for several years and always try to find correct info before I enter it into my records. The Eunice Munday, wife of William H. Dugger, is #21985682 and is in Find-a-Grave/
Thanks for all you do.
|History Hunter||Mr. & Mrs. Barnard|
Thank you for the transfer!
|Patricia Dugger||Date of death|
Hello Doug, first I want to say thank you for all the work and time you put in in doing this. Thank you. Second, Lorraine E (Lester) Dugger is my grandmother. I noticed that the date of her death says 1983. She actually died in the year 1997. I just wanted to let you know. Thank you.
|Jeanetta||John William Watson|
Doug, I would like to know where you found the name of John William Watson's mother. There has been several of us trying to find that information for quite a few years and have not been able to locate it. If you would please send me where you found the info to firstname.lastname@example.org. It had been removed from Find a Grave but now it is back on there and need proof of the name and the location it can be found. Also his wife, Fannie White Watson, as far as the family knows she was never called 'Penny' so can that please be removed from this site. Thank you.
Added by Jeanetta on Apr 18, 2015 1:44 PM
|Sue K||Jacob Deal b 1796 NC|
He died 1883 in Lithia Springs, GA. I am trying to locate his stone in Union Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. His wife Mary Medlin is buried there. I would appreciate anything you might locate. The Medlin line is my mothers lines. benjamin Medlin. Mary was his daughter. Thank you, Sue Knudsen, Seattle
Added by Sue K on Feb 25, 2015 10:57 PM
|Sue K||RE: Jacob Deal b 1813 d 1893|
My Jacob Deal(Deil/Deall) was born in NC around 1796, Burke County, NC 1830; found him in Habersham,GA in 1860-67 Census then in the 1870 Powder Springs Census he has married my Mary Medlin age 60, he 77. I dont know where he is buried but she is buried in the Medlin Plot at Union Grove Church Cemetery. I have been to the cemetery but was some years ago. I do know Jacob was married t least twice, one to a Sarah I believe in NC then Mary. Last I find Jacob and Mary with her children by a former Hill in the Oregon and Red Rock, Cobb, Georgia 1880 census with her children by a Hill and one child by Jacob named Moulton Deal age 3 months. there was another child named Cassie Deal who later married twice but the one I know of is a marriage to a man last named Brown. Cassie died over 100 years of age. I would like to know more about these families. I suspect Jacob enlisted in the Civil War and met Mary's one brother who survived the war, Riley Medlin who was in Co H in Lithia springs enlistment ceter and a POW Camp Chase. Thats about it and thank you for any info you have Sue Knudsen in Seattle, WA
Added by Sue K on Jan 18, 2015 12:06 AM
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