|Joe Stoner (#47793749)|
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I have found findagrave very useful in my research, and I am trying to give back by adding profiles and photos as I am able. I am glad to transfer memorials if I am not related to them.|
I have interests in Green and Breckinridge Counties in Kentucky, Jackson and DeKalb Counties in Alabama and Morgan, Putnam and Greene Counties in Georgia. Surname interests include Wilson, Bridgewater, Meador, Pile, Payne, Weatherford, Smalley, Williams, Whitmore, Walker, Shepherd, Moseley and Veal.
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Thank you. Yes I would like Annie Laurie Hollis Helms #143158601 and Raleigh Lawson Helms #143158528. My mother is Amma Hollis Dewey Daughter of Edwy and Irma Hollis.
|Annette Bradford||W. A. Carlton grave photo in price cemetery jackson county al|
I have tried three trips now to fulfill this request. Do you have any more information? Please look at Fannie in the same cemetery. Is this the photo you want?
|MOPIC||RE: Easter Deaf and Dumb|
Gosh I don't know. I guess if people are looking for her they would look for Ester Gresham. If they saw the stone they would look for Easter for more information on who it was. Glad it is your entry and not mine. :) I didn't help a bit did I?
Added by MOPIC on Mar 17, 2015 2:20 PM
|Sara Baker Newman||RE: Ellet Walker Grave Markers|
Please go back and look at the family again. I was able to add info on Ellet Sr.'s wife and family if you are interested.
|MOPIC||Easter Deaf and Dumb|
Hi could you add to the bio that she was the servant of James Hogue in the 1900 census? Her name was Ester Gresham. She was born in 1858 and according to the census she could not read, write or speak English.
Thanks so much,
Added by MOPIC on Mar 15, 2015 7:10 PM
|Grave History||Cora Bell Hammack Wesley|
I made the edits to her memorial. I also linked her to her family and both of her husbands. I used ancestry.com and newspapers.com to research marriage dates just to add that to the memorial. I can't seem to find them. She did like to travel a great deal. Would have loved to been with her on the ten month trip around the world. Amazing lady.
|Barbara L. Kirkland||Roberts Family|
Joe...Annie Lee Roberts Satterfield and Marie Roberts were daughters of James S. Roberts #46494384 and Bessie Summerlin Roberts #75370508.
Thanks for deleting your entry for Bessie and posting your picture!
|Barbara L. Kirkland||Bessie Roberts|
Joe....for months I scoured Antioch Cemetery trying to find Bessie Summerlin Roberts grave because she was shown as being buried there with her husband and small child. Kathy, the original contributor, transferred this memorial to me since she was related through the Kirkland line. Needless to say when I found your memorial the mystery was solved! She wasn't buried at Antioch at all.
So, to make a long story short, would you please post your picture to my memorial (I have edited the name of the cemetery) and then delete yours? I believe that would be simpler than trying to make all those links again. Please let me know which you want to do as I am willing to work with you. I believe I have found some of their children as well.
|texas1824||RE: Heysers in Madison|
Thank you so very much for the adjustments for Sarah Heyser # 139958239 and addition of John Heyser gravestone # 121261933! The photos are lovely. Your photos and memorials have greatly assisted my research.
|Beth Ivie-Allen||Charter Campbell #62320151|
Captain Campbell was, Charles Ernest Fredrick Wittich Campbell, son of Charter Campbell of Morgan Co. The latter ran the Planter’s Hotel in
Madison. In a “Georgia Journal” ad for the hotel in 1827, Charter proposed: “..continuing the Stage…from Powelton to Madison on to… Newton Co..(as the road).. to Covington is well adapted to the running of wheels.” The stagecoach stopped at his hotel! I found a Charles Campbell listed in Morgan Co. on militia rolls regarding
earlier Indian Wars, so he likely had some experience. In March of 1838, shortly before the Cherokee campaign, Charles had lost both his
wife, 22 year old Mary Ann to “pulmonary consumption”, and just a week later, in Madison, GA, his father Charter-age 52, to “apoplexy”. Charles had graduated as a medical doctor from the College of Charleston in 1833. He had married Mary Ann in Newton Co. c. 1836, and in 1839 remarried; Elvira W. Gay in Newton Co. It appears that he lived in Jasper Co. after his 2nd marriage, perhaps near Newton Factory.
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