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Robert Strickland (#47110874)
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William Carson
Alexanders
Thank you for the transfer of the Alexanders at Hudson River Baptist Church Cemetery in Franklin County, Georgia. I deleted the duplicates and will be adding biographical information. I also appreciate the photographs from your camera. Again, thank you.
Added by William Carson on Nov 25, 2014 5:10 PM
Benae Williams
William F. Lindsey
Hi Robert,
Thank you so much for the transfer of William Lindsey. Your kindness is appreciated and will not be forgotten. Have a blessed day! Benae
Added by Benae Williams on Nov 18, 2014 4:37 AM
TINA PEDDIE
jones/strickland family?
Hi Robert,
I wonder if you could be related to my same Jones family (of Pierce Co., and Camden/Charlton Co GA), which was also closely related to Strickland family??
Mine was Jethro J. Jones b 1826 NC (res Camnden/Charlton Cos mid 1800s), mar Sarah Moore Strickland...they res Pierce Co GA 1880 Census. Could they be related to you??
I'd love to hear from you!
Thanks!
TINA KEENE PEDDIE/CA email: tinapeddie@yahoo.com
Added by TINA PEDDIE on Nov 14, 2014 12:13 AM
Diana B
Emeline Long 48395825
Would you happen to have any information on her husband, Clement Martin Long? He was born in 1827 in North Carolina.

Clement and Emeline were the parents of Christine Rebecca Long.
Added by Diana B on Nov 10, 2014 1:32 PM
Bill Crovatt
Sandefur/Parker
Robert, I would love to correspond with you. I am a grandson of James F. Sandefur. I am researching his life. I know his mother was Tessie and his step father was James Parker. I sent an email to your address listed in this website, but it might have gone to your trash box since you do not know me. Thank you for your time, William Crovatt
Added by Bill Crovatt on Nov 07, 2014 8:44 PM
Sullivan George
RE: Martha Gibbs
Thanks Robert,

I appreciate your reply.

George
Added by Sullivan George on Nov 02, 2014 6:05 PM
Steven Ijams
Thank you.
For processing all the Heuring edits. And for doing them so quickly. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Steven Ijams on Nov 02, 2014 7:47 AM
Audrey Leigh Strickland
Strickland
Hey, Robert I have been to visit the Strickland Town Cemetery a few times over the past few months. I was wondering if you knew who cleaned it out? I know my cusin Chris Strickland was down from England a few years ago and said he had done some work down there.
Reason i'm asking is because around 20 years ago me, my mother and her friend did a Meriwether County Cemetery book. I remember the Strickland Cemetery and there was not all those "unknowns" there. Over half the head stones are missing and are marked unknown. I refered back to the book and in the records it tells who was buried there, birthdays and death dates. The head stones was there and now they are gone. Even in the back of the cemetery where the slave graves are, which are marked (or was marked) with rocks, one at the head and one at the foot are all pilled up near a tree. Really heart breaking to see Strickland history erased like that.
Added by Audrey Leigh Strickland on Oct 30, 2014 1:11 PM
Audrey Leigh Strickland
Strickland
Hey, Robert I have been to visit the Strickland Town Cemetery a few times over the past few months. I was wondering if you knew who cleaned it out? I know my cusin Chris Strickland was down from England a few years ago and said he had done some work down there.
Reason i'm asking is because around 20 years ago me, my mother and her friend did a Meriwether County Cemetery book. I remember the Strickland Cemetery and there was not all those "unknowns" there. Over half the head stones are missing and are marked unknown. I refered back to the book and in the records it tells who was buried there, birthdays and death dates. The head stones was there and now they are gone. Even in the back of the cemetery where the slave graves are, which are marked (or was marked) with rocks, one at the head and one at the foot are all pilled up near a tree. Really heart breaking to see Strickland history erased like that.
Added by Audrey Leigh Strickland on Oct 30, 2014 1:11 PM
Thom Curry
CSA unit information
Hi Robert,
I was wondering if you had any information about T.K.'s unit in the CSA. I had the information from my mother at one time, but I seem to have misplaced it. Thanks for you time, and have a great day.

Best Regards,
Thom Curry
Added by Thom Curry on Oct 27, 2014 4:05 PM
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