|Ed Saye (#46507739)|
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I am researching my family (Saye) and my wife's (Simpson)and have photos of most the markers that I have submitted to this site.|
Would be happy to share information with anyone interested in these families.
I am in Athens,GA and am available to do cemetery look ups or photos in this area.
Have camera, will shoot.I give permission to use any photos I have posted.
If I have added a memorial for one of your family, and you would like it transfered to you, let me know.
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23,090 Memorials Added
21,247 Memorials Managed
943 Volunteer Photos Taken
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HI Ed, Thank you so much for your detailed photos of Wynn Cemetery. You mentioned that there were a lot of un named child graves. I wondered if you could peak around the graves of James Callaway and Emma Eugenia (Wynn) Edwards. According to my records, she was mother of 6, only 2 living. I wonder if you could see if there are any infant graves around their stones. I can't imagine that they would bury them anywhere else.
Added by Shell on Jul 09, 2016 11:10 AM
|Linda Ellington||Photo #70606376|
Ed, my name is Linda Ellington I am a direct descendant from the Williamson family in NC. John Newton Williamson's grandfather came to GA in the early 1800s along with two of his siblings and their families. His mother and sister followed as well, I am in search for Thomas Edwards Williamson, Sarah Edwards Williamson and Ann Edward Williamson burial sites. I have see their wills and know they all died in Clarke County, GA but have been unable to locate their burial sites. I would think being such prominent families they would be buried near family. So I am checking with all volunteer photographers who have photo family members of this family to see if they have seen any of these. Thomas E WmSon died in 1871, Sarah died in 1844 and their mother Ann died in 1833. Do you mind if I use your photo in my family tree? I have found more information about my family which moved to GA from Find A Grave volunteers than I have on ancestry. Thanks so much for any help, this has been a long search looking for these family members.
|Frenette Brown||Nita Owen Woods|
Sorry, Ed, I think I just sent a message to you on her site instead of the other one I had open, for Joseph White Woods. Please ignore.
Thank you for the transfers of S. C. Watson and his wife, Lizzie. I appreciate it and have added additional information to their memorials. Thanks - Bobbie
|Nannette ||Brown Family|
Thanks for creating memorials for my grandparents, Ed. I appreciate the transfers and the photographs of their graves. God bless you always. Nannette
Added by Nannette on May 29, 2016 4:09 PM
Is your wife Pat Simpson by any chance? My DNA results on ancestry has connected me to several cousins who have a Pat Simpson as administrater. Just curious. Thanks again, Tania
Added by T.O.T. on May 07, 2016 9:42 AM
|T.O.T.||Lord family memorials|
Hello Ed, I was going through the memorials you so kindly transfered to me when I was brand new at findagrave. At almost two years into my genealogy research and findagrave memorials, I have became so much more aware of your dedication and hard work you put into all your memorials. You really have made a difference in my life and many other Lord and other family surnames in my family lives through your fine work. I deeply appreciate you and your dedication to preserving my family history and every memorial you've created. I knew nothing of my family heritage as I live several states away from Georgia. The photos are beautifully done and the bios you added are very important in preserving everyone's heritage and history. From the bottom of my heart , I say thank you so very much. I do admire you more than words can express. Sincerely,Tania
Added by T.O.T. on May 07, 2016 9:37 AM
For your blanket Permission to use pictures. Horace England Bell & Charline Elizabeth "Lissie" Graham are the parents of my brother-in-law Marvin Deryl Bell. Appreciate it.
|Gene Williams Nichols||Emma Mealor|
She is mine so I will keep it
|Gene Williams Nichols||Mealor's|
Thank you for transferring the Mealor's to me but I do not find where:
and Emma are my relatives so I am transferring them back to you
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