|Georgia Girl (#46981215)|
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My name is Carol and I reside in N.E. Atlanta.|
My Dad began this amazing journey in finding our heritage. While on this journey we had discovered so many relatives and friends.
Peternal Lineage ...
Hape ~ Rogers ~ Puderbach ~ Putnam ~ Gibbs ~ Hall ~ Naill ~ Ecker ~ Engel ~ Reifsnider ~ King ~ Robbins ~ Thompson ...
Maternal Lineage ...
Hunt ~ Edwards ~ Harris ~ Brown ~ Clay ~ Simmons ~ Wingate ~ Maddox/Maddux ~ Knott ~ LeSueur ~ Stinson ~ Hopper ~ Bryant ~ Harper ~ Wyatt ~ Tyler ~ Strother ~ Shy/Shi ~ Chastain ~ Hancock ~ Batte ~ Birchett/Burchett ~ Judkins ~ Polk ~ McLarty ~ Eidson ~ Daniell ...
Most of these memorials are based on personal research from my family history (birth, death, marriage, military & other records). Other information was taken from grave markers or obituaries that I've discovered over the years. Cannot guarantee the accuracy of all these memorials, but believe most of them to be correct.
Will be glad to make memorial transfers upon request that is if related. Would very much like to hear from you and should you have any additional information and if there are any corrections to be made, please let me know.
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|Joy Can||RE: Mary Mott Warthen Taylor ~ #32597741|
Thank you so much for the transfer of the Mary Taylor memorial page, Georgia Girl. I was happy to have the opportunity to provide an image of Camilla's monument. It really is lovely, isn't it? I worked to locate the cemetery for some time, and was only able to do so with the help of many wonderful folks. Feeling grateful...
Added by Joy Can on Oct 20, 2016 7:54 AM
|Joy Can||Mary Mott Warthen Taylor Memorial# 32597741|
Could you please transfer Mary Mott Warthen Taylor's memorial (#32597741) to me? She is my 3rd great-grandmother. Many thanks. Joy Can (#48838500)
Added by Joy Can on Oct 19, 2016 8:59 AM
|I.C. Smith||Sarah Eugenie "Bacon" Lenard|
Hi Georgia Girl,
Regarding your memorial for Sarah Eugenia "Bacon" Lenard in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery in Ouachita Parish, LA, do you have a familial connection to this person? She's a grandmother to my wife who is attempting to verify Native American ancestry.
|Maggie||William M Clark|
Thank you for transferring William Clark's memorial, I appreciate it.
Added by Maggie on Oct 17, 2016 1:40 PM
|Tina Hunt||Susan Bonner Reeves Mapp|
Could you please correct the information for Susan Bonner Mapp (Reeves). Information states she is the daughter of John Howell and Jane (Harper) Reeves. However, the parental links is Allen Howell Reeves and Jane Harper.
Could you please remove the reference of John Howell and replace with Allen.
|Joy Can||Mary Frances Durham Taylor #32530594|
Would you be kind enough to transfer Mary Frances Durham Taylor's memorial page to me? I am maintaining the page for her husband, Benjamin Franklin Taylor. They are my 2nd-great-grandparents.
Many thanks, Joy Can Member #48838500
Added by Joy Can on Oct 17, 2016 10:13 AM
|John Mallory Land||RE: Francis Henry Springer ~ #88409450|
Yes, the first Section & Lot are the city system, the second Section & Lot are in Dolores Autry's "Historic Linwood Cemetery" book. The Historic Linwood Foundation recently put the city map on their website, so that can now be used to help locate a lot (unless it is in the Old Cemetery section). But if someone is using the book instead, they need to know where the lot is according to Autry's system. The other reason it is helpful to include both is that many of the unmarked graves are not in Autry's book, but if someone can find a marked grave in Autry's book that is near the unmarked grave, it can help them locate the unmarked one on the ground - but only if the marked one has the lot designations from both systems. I realize that may sound complicated, but it really will help folks locate graves. Thanks - John
|James Penick Marshall, Jr.||William "Wiley" Abercrombie|
Our Georgia Journal record of the announcement of Wiley Abercrombie's death ran in the issue of September 16, 1829 and states that he died on the "14th instant." I have not read the microfilm personally but the person who abstracts these items is usually right. James P. Marshall, Jr., Presdent, Eatonton-Putnam [GA] Historical Society, Inc.; email@example.com
|James Penick Marshall, Jr.||Rebecca Abercrombie Hurt|
You may want to add married Spencer Hurt, Sr. on 24 December 1817 in Putnam County, GA. We also believe that Rebecca's father Wiley (as he is known in all our county legal records) and his wife Eliza M. Abercrombie are both buried in the Old Union Church cemetery in Eatonton in graves that were once marked but there are no surviving tombstones for them. This cemetery suffered mightily from vandalism and neglect over the years. It opened officially in the fall of 1818 as the second burying ground in Eatonton. It lies directly across the Church Street from my home, about 400 feet or so. Suggestion made by James P. Marshall, Jr., President, Eatonton-Putnam County [GA] Historical Society, Inc.; firstname.lastname@example.org
|Joy Can||Thank You|
Thanks for transferring Job Taylor's (my 3rd great-grandfather) memorial to me. I will be sure to share it with family members. Your extensive work on Find-a-Grave has been a gift to me.
Added by Joy Can on Oct 14, 2016 4:25 PM
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