|Ben Chrismond (#47684041)|
| || member for 4 years, 11 months, 14 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|Find A Grave Friends|
Ann Salmon, Bennie Gross, Beth Austin, BigFrench, Brenda Arnett D..., C Bozeman, C Bullard, Carrol Cortez, Christine Thac..., David L Nesbitt, FamilyResearche..., faye, John Mallory La..., Larry Ray, Lois Hottinger, lotggle (Lonial..., Margaret Brown ..., Mary V. [Johnso..., Michael Dover, Mina Benton, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for Ben Chrismond (224)||[Leave Message]|
She Mrs. Grudisher was born October 22, 1983 at KI Sawyer Air Force Base, MI to Donald Hocking and Janet Hocking of Columbus, GA. Other than her parents, she is preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Karen Mooradian (Jerry) of Minonk, IL; her maternal grandfather, Elmer D. Mondon of Pittsview, AL; her paternal grandfather, Robert Hocking of Catskill, NY; and her paternal grandmother, Jeanette Hocking. Survivors include her loving husband, Matthew Tyson Grudisher of Columbus, GA; her daughter, Hayden Hocking of Columbus, GA; her parents, Donald and Janet Hocking of Columbus, GA; her sister, Elizabeth Hays (Ryan) of Fortson, GA; a nephew, Treavor; a niece, Ava; Aunt Debbie and family and Aunt Linda and family, as well as numberous loving aunts, uncles, cousins and other close family and friends.
|kathleen thompson||Dennis Nall Braswell|
I want to link my father's grave to his parents and deceased great grandchildren. How can I do that? Do I need to submit the information and someone will do it? I have a copy of my father's birth certificate, and I know where everyone is buried.
|M. Hilton||Union Cemetery vs. Chris Tompkins Cemetery in Bullock County|
Received your 4 requested changes to move memorials from Chris Tompkins Cemetery to the nearby Union Cemetery. The photos I have, include a sign showing the area where I took the photos as "Chris's Cemetery". It looks like there are 4 cemeteries in this area:
Union, Chris Tompkins, Pickett Family & Hopewell UMC. I know you have been in that area. Looking online it looks like Union Cemetery is slightly north of Chris's Cemetery and fenced in. I don't believe I went there. Can you help? Is Chris's Cemetery not Chris Tompkins Cemetery and in fact Union Cemetery?
|sonny seals||Pineville Baptist|
We need some information regarding Pineville Baptist. A deserted church located close to the cemetery. We could also use some information about Pineville itself. Nice job on the cemetery. Full of good information. https://www.google.com/maps/place/32%C2%B015'12.9%22N+84%C2%B036'49.8%22Wemail@example.com,-84.6111229,3a,25y,215.04h,87t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1su4SBE9ctHZwyZoY-HR2zwQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d32.25359!4d-84.61382
We are Historic Rural Churches of Georgia and we would like to document the old church while we still can. Almost no history available. Can you help?
|Olivia Williamson Braddy||Horace Carlton Kirby|
Thank you so much for the transfer of this memorial. I promise to take good care of it.
|John Tate||Lula B. Maye|
Hello Ben, my name is John Tate and I see you entered the memorial for Lula B. Maye Find A Grave #122493387. I am wondering if her husband is buried in the same cemetery and does not have a head stone. His name is Lewis Maye and would have died after 1935 and before 1941. I am looking for his birth date, death date and burial place. Thanking you in advance for any help you can give me!
|Ms. Clyde||Eddie Alexander|
Your memorial for Eddie is 160232553
ALEXANDER, Eddie, 51, passed away Wednesday, December 14, 2005 at Skyline Medical Center in Nashville Tennessee. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Dec 22, 2005 at 1pm at Nebraska Baptist Church, Hardaway, AL with Rev. James Sullins, Pastor and Rev. GW Temple officiating. Interment in churchyard cemetery.
Mr. Alexander was born September 6, 1954 in Shorter, Alabama to Mr. Charles and Tommie Mae Alexander. He attended church and was baptized at Nebraska Baptist Church during the early stages of his life. He graduated from Deborah Cannon Wolfe High School in 1973.
He served in the United States Army and United States Navy Reserve. He was employed at the West Meade Place Nursing Facility in Nashville, Tennessee where he departed this life on December 14. 2005.
He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Alexander, Sr.; mother, Tommie Mae Alexander, brother, Charles Alexander, Jr., Harvey Lee Alexander, Ausby Sears Alexander; and brother-in-law, Herbert Peterson.
He leaves to cherish his memory: sisters, Carrie Peterson of Lynn Haven, FL and Adrianne Elizabeth Alexander-Giles of Shorter, AL; brothers, Melvin (Josephine) Alex-ander of Stone Mountain, GA, Bobby (Annie Laura) Alexander of Tuskegee, AL; aunts, Velma Wright of Shorter, AL and Lobelia Moore of Tampa, FL and widowed sisters-in-law, Janie Alexander of Shorter, AL and Flora Mae Alexander of Deca-tur, GA. In addition, he leaves to mourn a devoted companion, Shelia Phillips and her sons, Brandon and Dakota, as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Published in the Montgomery Advertiser on Dec. 21, 2005.
|Howard Knight||Willie Barron|
I see you have uploaded a picture of a gravestone for Mr Willie Barron. Do you or can you get any more information about him?
|D Barker||Alberta Barker Info|
My name is DeShonda and I'm new to the Find A Grave site. I've been researching my family tree and came across a picture that you took of my Grandmother's headstone. Her name is Alberta Barker and the Find A Grave Memorial number is 156644969. I want to Thank you for posting the picture of her headstone. I've been searching for awhile to find out where she was buried at and to see the picture brought me so much joy. I would like to know if you have any more information on where she's buried at? Any information you have would be greatly appreciated. Thank you again!!
Added by D Barker on Oct 28, 2016 1:22 PM
|Cassandra Lyles-Elias||Thank you....|
Hello, I am Cassandra Lyles-Elias and I wanted to say thanks for adding the photo of my grandfather's grave. :-) I have been trying to build my Lyles family tree/lineage but it is very difficult. Are you perhaps a historian who can point me in the right direction?
|[View all messages...]|