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Sandi Smith (#47285716)
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Bio Photo I've always been interested in family history (I loved visiting cemeteries as a kid), but since my mom passed away it has become more important than ever. The main family names I'm researching are Buckelew, Cecil, Chappell, Cruce, Gasaway, Haynes, Hudson, Kennedy, Porter, Provins, Sims, Smith, Wade and Wooodall.
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Joyce Rye Kasberg
Clayborn Sims
I visited this cemetery and later I created this cemetery on Findagrave and the memorial's of my ancestors in this cemetery. The other memorials for Clayborn and Susannah Sims were edited by the person who created them to be in this cemetery sometime after I created the cemetery. I sponsored Clayborn's memorial so I don't feel like I should be asked to remove it.

Thanks,

Joyce Rye Kasberg
Added by Joyce Rye Kasberg on Oct 02, 2016 8:19 PM
Cate Daley
Sims
Thank you for the maternal link!
Added by Cate Daley on Oct 01, 2016 4:25 PM
Don Sharp
RE: James Ardis Morgan
The photos are great. Thanks for the SUPER job!
I'm not sure where Edmon is buried, nor do I know his DOD. Your photo of William H Morgan, Jr. help me to straighten out a mess that had in my family tree. There are several W. H. Morgans in the area and the census records were also confusing. I think I have now corrected my errors. I am related to William H. Morgan, Jr. on both his maternal & paternal sides of the family. Edmon is now giving me grief. I have seen his name listed several ways. Edmon Absolom Morgan; Absolom Edmon, Edmond, Edmund, Absolom is a family name on his mother's side of the family. I located a cemetery survey for Ebnezer; but it did not include Edmond. If I could locate his DOD, I might be able to solve his burial site.
Many thanks for your help!
Don
Added by Don Sharp on Oct 21, 2015 12:25 PM
Don Sharp
James Ardis Morgan
Sandi,
When you were at Ebenezer Cemetery, Did you happen to see a marker for James Ardis Morgan, Edmon Absolom Morgan, or Josephine "Phenie" Morgan. James Ardis Morgan was born a Green in Texas and his mother, Josephine, later married Edmon who must have adopted him. The cemetery survey list James Ardis as being buried there and I'm hoping with a military marker. I appreciate your help!
Don
Added by Don Sharp on Oct 20, 2015 7:14 AM
 

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