|Ed Hooten (#47100978)|
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Born in Clarke County, raised in Monroe, entered Uncle Sam's Navy 1963. Retired USN, Quartermaster, E7, CPO. I was a tugboat Captain for the last 6 years in Uncle Sam's Navy Stationed at New London CT., submarine Base. Returned to Jawja, settled in Athens. Worked in the automotive industry until 3 yrs ago, retired and now enjoying thinking of what kind of mischief I can get into next|
I mainly search the Family tree of Hooten's and Tarpley's which center in Henry County and Gwinnett County.
I enjoy riding the motorcycle and Find A Grave gives me a great excuse to saddle up and ride. I enjoy woodworking and doing my best to really screw up the assembly of a good model plane (Mostly WWII aircraft – plastic – 1:48 scale)
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|Gail and Scott Hannah||Lanier|
Again , I am thanking you for a great photo. My uncle was a very special man, and I really appreciate your time and effort in taking this marvelous picture. gail
|Bob & Valerie (Johnson) Freeman||Ether E "Nick" Nixon, Jr|
re Memorial# 151511835
It looks like you may have photographs of his grave from when you photographed his wife's a couple of years ago.
Can you please add them to his memorial, as he passed last week.
|Papa Randy||Rachel Moon Tarpley #102056162|
Ed, Since you are related to the Tarpley family, and I am not, do you want me to transfer the memorial for Rachel Moon Tarpley, #102056162? Not a problem if you do want it transferred. I think family should care for memorials for other family members. Just let me know or put in a request and I'll be glad to transfer it over to you. - Randy
Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered.
"If the world had more people like you it would be a better place. You do make a difference."
Added by Heattown on Aug 16, 2015 11:13 AM
|Heattown||Seaborn Claude Wiley|
Thank-you for the lovely photo of Seaborn Claude Wiley's gravestone. You have done a great service for our family. Worlds cannot express are appreciation for your kind deed. Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation and thankfulness for blessings or benefits we have received. You are a true unsung hero. Thank-you for advancing the knowledge to the next generation. The world is in great need of you. I am, with deepest respect, a grateful family member. Gratitude.
Added by Heattown on Aug 16, 2015 11:08 AM
|Jimmy Tiller||Elijah tiller|
Thanks Ed Hooten for photo of ancestor. Jim tiller USN 1969-73
|Ann Kennedy Patton||Minnie Adams|
Stumbled across this.
Look at 61255485 You have added a photo of her sons stone to her memorial.?????
Just thought you would like to know.
|Hazel Clack||Meadow Baptist Church Cemetery|
Thanks for getting and posting the headstone photos for Daniel T Huff, his wife and son. Much appreciated.
|Dee Mack||Photo Request|
Thank you for adding a gravestone photo to the memorial of Clara Daniel Wall for me. I appreciate any information that the stone may provide about the life of the individual and the stone photo seems to make the memorial more complete.
I appreciate you! Have a great day.
Added by Dee Mack on Jul 23, 2015 4:19 AM
|T Jason Brown||thank you!|
Thanks for taking the headstone picture of Henry Alexander Brown!
-T. Jason Brown
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