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|Nancie Lovett Perdue Whitfield Dubard||RE: Otis and Annie Brooks|
Please send requests and corrections through the Edit tab. This makes it much easier to make the changes.
|ADAMSONANCESTRY||RE: James Adamson|
I am not related to this family, so transfer is not needed. If ever you decide you don't want to maintain the Small group of Adamson that you do, I would be glad to have them transferred to me.
This James belongs to the Descendants of Greenberry.
His parents are John William Adamson Find A Grave 112466748 and Nancy E. Dean Find A Grave 112466767.
I would like a copy of the death certificate.
That or you could post on Find A Grave and that would help a lot of others.
Thanks for your Find A Grave effort.
Jerry F. Adamson
Thank you for the transfer of Rachel Arnold. We visited the Shiloh Cemetery today. I am certain she must be buried there. Thanks again.
Added by R&C M on Sep 01, 2014 6:12 PM
|R&C M||RE: Rachel Arnold|
Thanks for replying to my message. I would love to have Rachel Arnold transferred to me if she is not your GGM as well. My husband and I are planning to visit the cemetery tomorrow. My member number is #47890463. Thanks again for the memorial. Christine Milam
Added by R&C M on Aug 31, 2014 4:41 PM
|R&C M||Rachel Arnold|
I was so thrilled to see your memorial page to Rachel Arnold my 3rd GGM (memorial #122183391). I have added a link to her son, William B., Arnold my 2nd GGF. Thank you so much. Do you think her husband John could be buried here as well? Christine Milam
Added by R&C M on Aug 28, 2014 3:41 PM
you created a duplicate listing for Union Grove its Union Grove Primitive which currently has 4 listings but he real one has 154 listed
Added by D.J. on Aug 22, 2014 10:41 AM
|MisterCake||Guy and Hugh Moore|
Guy Alexander Moore (7 Nov 1880 - 30 Jul 1861) and John Hugh Moore (20 Aug 1883-?) fit the bill. The former was a tax collector, buried in Atlanta, and the latter a teacher. They were sons of Dr. James Monroe Moore. The parents of him were Thomas Moore and Amanda Fleming. Jacob David was maybe Thomas' son by an earlier wife?
|MisterCake||Re: Moores, a Hello, Awtrey|
Pardon me, an addendum on the last bit. The father of that Drusilla Autrey, Absalom Autrey, is said to be noted for his spelling of Autrey with an E. Since Awtrey Cole Moore has that feature, I feel a complete list of his children might be where to go.
|MisterCake||RE: Moores, a Hello|
Unfortunately a list of kids of the Drusilla and George does not have our Jacob David anywhere. Still I feel surely there is some connection. Thank you very much for your information from your aunt, I will add it and try to poke about the Awtrey family for any leads.
Is it the same Landrums as those which were well to do in Spartanburg, South Carolina? The Moores are my fathers side, and my mother's ancestors were good friends with those Landrums. It would be interesting.
|MisterCake||Moores, a Hello|
There was a Drusilla Autrey who married a George Moore, and there was a George Moore in Gwinnett County, Georgia in the 1820s. Given the name of Autrey Cole Moore, do you think this is a lead for the parents of Jacob David Moore who married Sarah Moon?
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