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Hubert Knauff, Jr. (#47250221)
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Bio Photo From age 6 up I have always been interested in cemeteries. Raised next to one and took note of funerals and visited gravesites out of fascination. Have worked off & on since age 12 or so on my family's ancestry. Realizing that pics of stones work well for those who died before photography became a reality, I now research my own tree and attempt to fill in the blanks via this site. Then I realized I could help others by snapping a few shots myself for them, and that gives me breaks (or respite) from the day-to-day issues of life. I'm learning some tricks of the trade when it comes to photographing stones, but still have a way to go. I desire clarity, sharpness, accuracy, and try to cut down interference in my shots. I am glad to hear my work is appreciated. You're welcome!
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Thank you very much for taking the photos of Henry Clay Pinson. I really appreciate it!
Added by KHL on Apr 22, 2015 12:16 PM
Glenn Michael Massey
John Emory Hall, Bedie Dora Hawthorne Hall, Harriett Mauldin Hall, Wyeth Albert Walker, Eva Walker

Once again you have helped my family in our search of family members. We cannot thank you enough for your time spent with our memorial request. We love the photo's. Thanks again.

Glenn Massey & Family
Added by Glenn Michael Massey on Apr 21, 2015 7:03 AM
Mary Lewey
Tobitha Glenn grave
Thank you so much for taking the photos. I have been assisting a Vietnam Veteran in his quest to locate his ancestors. I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to fulfil the request.

Mary Lewey
Added by Mary Lewey on Apr 13, 2015 8:30 PM
RE: Ezells / Butler Cem in GA
That would be great. Thank you for taking the pictures.

Will you let me know the names of the gravesite you take?

Added by Judy on Apr 07, 2015 10:02 PM
Ronnie & Marjeana
Thank you
Thank you, I have deleted # 141251920,
Added by Ronnie & Marjeana on Apr 04, 2015 10:46 AM
Don Ort
Sarah T. Hamilton Raines Headstone Photo
Good evening. Thanks a million for the headstone photo. It was great.
Added by Don Ort on Apr 01, 2015 8:55 PM
Thank you, Thank you,
Another mystery is solved by you Hubert. Thanks ever so much for the photo and the census data to give Mrs. J.T. Phillips a name.

Take time to enjoy the beauty around you as you follow your heart to all the cemeteries.

You mean so much to us for the time you spend with our genealogy endeavors.

Thanks again,

Added by Winnette on Mar 25, 2015 7:22 PM
Keith Balon
Tynisia V McCants
Thank you for the information.
Added by Keith Balon on Mar 24, 2015 6:49 AM
Don Ort
Good morning. Thank you so much for your time and effort. At least the weather is getting a little better. Be well.
Added by Don Ort on Mar 07, 2015 8:15 AM
Re: Dickey
Dickey is the ancestor of Diane Dickey Lawson. She passed away a few of months ago. She left a lot of messages with the FB page, Thomas County Historical Society and Musem of History.

I actually connect through the Hadley and Copeland line. Simon Hadley was quite a character and seemed to have loved his female slaves. He is also the ancestor to Walter Hadley that has the Black History Musem in Thomasville. I believe this same Robert Copeland is the father of my James Copeland, but, can't seem to put it together. Robert Copeland was without a doubt was Indian, and more likely Cherokee than Creek or might be both.

Simon Hadley had a shipping line through the Flint River. He shipped Cotton primarily. That is how Hadley's Ferry got it's name.

Thanks again for the sponorship. It will help us both. Winnette
Added by Winnette on Mar 06, 2015 9:15 AM
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