|R Hill (#47034378)|
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|Gary Nunn||Era I. Sargeant|
I believe her middle Name was Imogene not Inez.
She was married to a first cousin of mine.
|NCEnginerd||Baby Mangham (# 44184909) transfer|
Would you please transfer Baby Mangham (Find A Grave Memorial# 44184909) to me NCEnginerd (#47398585). This was the stillborn child of my great-aunt who just passed. Thank you.
Thank you so much!
Added by JMiller on Aug 24, 2014 6:59 AM
|JMiller||Jack Lane Riddick & Fam|
How do I go about getting my family's grave site records transferred from you?
Added by JMiller on Aug 20, 2014 1:07 PM
|Michael Bell||Moss Grave Photo's|
Hi R. Hill,
I just added several Moss grave photo's for you.
|David & Gail Ray||Henry Edwin Sanford|
David & Gail
|Kathleen Boucher Shockley||Payne|
Are you related to the Payne's in Crestlawn?
|Meredith Mitchell Clapper||Frances W Kahlert 29383740|
Maiden name is Wardlaw. Please link with parents Paul Wardlaw 29383770 and Anna Liddell Wardlaw 29383769.
|Meredith Mitchell Clapper||Paul Wardlaw 29383770|
Atlanta Constitution 20 Apr 1929 p 1
VETERAN ENGINEER DIES AT THROTTLE OF CRACK TRAIN
Stricken with a heart attack while at the throttle of the Crescent Limited, crack Southern train, in Greenville, S.C., Paul Wardlaw, 60-year-old veteran engineer, of 585 Cherokee avenue, died suddenly Friday night. The locomotive was standing in the yards at the time of Mr. Wardlaw's death.
Widely known here, he had been connected with the Southern railway for the past 38 years and for 15 years has been chairman of the local chapter of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. He was a native of Gwinnett county and moved to Atlanta in his youth.
The body will arrive here at 5:55 o'clock this morning and funeral arrangements will be announced later by H. M. Patterson & Son, funeral directors, in charge.
He leaves a widow, a daughter, Mrs. J. A. Kahlert; three sons, J. B., J. L. and Fred Wardlaw; and a brother, Frank M. Wardlaw.
The Atlanta Constitution 21 Apr 1929 p 16
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR PAUL WARDLAW TO BE HELD TODAY
Funeral services for Paul Wardlaw, veteran engineer of the Southern railroad, who died of a heart attack Friday in the cab of the Crescent Limited locomotive as it stood in the yards at Greenville, S.C., will be conducted at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon at the St. Paul Methodist church. Rev. B. F. Fraser will officiate and burial will be in Rock Springs cemetery, with H. M. Patterson & Son in charge.
Mr. Wardlaw had been connected with the Southern railway for the past 38 years and was chairman of the local order of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen for the past 15 years.
|Meredith Mitchell Clapper||Freddie Wardlaw 29383771|
Please link with parents Paul Wardlaw 29383770 and Anna Liddell Wardlaw 29383769.
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