|TJ Roby (#47019596)|
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I was born in GA and have spend most of my life here. I first started doing Find A Grave as a payback for someone who helped me with pictures for genealogical research. This "pay it forward" became a hobby that I really enjoy. I like to take pictures, I like to help people, and I love genealogy. So, all 3 are combined by taking Find A Grave pictures! I take most pictures in Cobb County and Floyd County, but have been known to sneak a list of photo requests when traveling. |
My family thinks I'm crazy!!!
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|Laurie Allison||Elizabeth Spurlock Ellison Payne|
Thank you for posting the grave stone images for Elizabeth (Eliza) Spurlock Ellison Payne. I believe she is my husband's great grandmother through her first husband. In the 1870 census a John Allison is listed as James Payne's stepson. John was born about 1862. We believe his father's name was an F. Allison (Ellison). Possibly Franklin. Suspect that he died between 1862 and 1869 or they divorced. Cannot find a record of marriage or death. Suspect that F Allison's father was John West Allison. If you or anyone out there can help solve my Allison road block I would really appreciate it. If any of Jame's and Elizabeth's family members know anything about John Allison - step brother to the Payne children I would love to hear it.
|Joanelle Rowles Gray||RE: Transfers|
Thank you so much.
|Joanelle Rowles Gray||RE: Wade & Guy Rowles|
Yes, I would love for you to transfer them to me. Thanks.
|Joanelle Rowles Gray||Link Memorials|
Could you possible link Memorial 32468503 (Wade I Rowles) and Memorial 32468580 (Elizabeth A "Lizzie" Rowles). They were husband and wife. Also, Wade's Memorial should be linked to Guy Edmond Rowles, Memorial # 32468273 because they were brothers. Guy's Memorial should be linked to Estelle Morefield Rowles, Memorial 14417540 as she was Guy's wife. Guy was a POW during WWII.
That was James Zepheniam Woolsey. I left a photo of his inscription also. I don't know how they were related but those were the only two inscriptions on that four sided spire-type headstone.
Added by Tom Er on Dec 31, 2013 5:15 AM
|Jane Sweeney||RE: Henry McLeroy|
I have family records where research was done about the property and the location of the graves. James McConnell who is one of our cousins (and unfortunately deceased) had years and years worth of data on the mcLeroy's prior to the internet. He was a certified genealogist who has written several publications, some of which are at the Atlanta Historical Society and some in the middle Georgia Library in Macon. My mother and my aunt were in touch with him and that is where I got my information. There is a lot more I don't have that one day I'll make it to the Atlanta History Center or to Macon with my trusty scanner! Jane
Thank you so much for taking the photos of the Gann tomstone.
Thank you very much for the photo
|imagal49||RE: Emeline Woolsey|
You're welcome - & thanks for adding the additional info & burial place.
Added by imagal49 on Oct 12, 2012 7:24 PM
|imagal49||RE: Emeline Woolsey|
I've corrected the link for her spouse. Do you know where she's buried? The person who originally created the memorial didn't know her burial site. Transfer is on its way to you.
Added by imagal49 on Oct 12, 2012 4:57 PM
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