|Wind Whispers (#47143589)|
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I enjoy visiting and photographing cemeteries in memory of my parents,who spent some of their dating time in the late 1930's walking old cemeteries. My goal is to include as much information with each memorial as possible, to include photos and obituaries when available, and to honor each person as more than a name and date in a cemetery.|
The obituaries that I have attached to the memorials are listed at the Paulk Funeral Home, Fitzgerald, Ga. website
and permission for use granted to me by Rick Bostelman of Paulk Funeral Home.All credit is ascribed to that website.
Many of the memorials I will be listing are from cemeteries near my home and are not necessarily my relatives. If you would like a memorial transferred to you, please let me know.
Wind Whispers round the rows of stone,
In this silent place.
As I humbly stand in awe,
Of the joy and tragedy they faced.
Brothers and sisters, not bone of my bone
Ancestors to us all.
As I travel miles to record each name and date,
I pray for a steady eye, hand and grace,
To honor the memory of a Mother, a Father,
A Precious Day Old Child.
Then send it forth in cyberspace,
Where forever more the
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|Pam||Harry T. Varndell|
Amanda V. Nicholson Varndell (1837-1911) was Harry T. Varndell's mother not spouse. His father was Henry "Harry" Varndell (1844-1903). Henry is buried in Pennsylvania because he became ill and did not move to GA with members of the family. Harry was their eldest son. His siblings were George W., Christopher Daniel, Charles A., Westana B. 1/2 siblings were Letitia, Mary, and Rachel.
Added by Pam on Jan 05, 2017 10:53 AM
|J||tillman and bessie acorn|
hi i know to do this on thier sites but when i tried at the bottom was this "are you a robot" thing. i have seen it before and clicked on it and everything went fine but now its there and then a picture of 6 trucks comes up stuff like that makes he nervious so i am doing it this way. sorry. could you please transfer Tillman Acorn 39512691 and his wife bessie 39512688 he was my husband's mothers brother. thank you J
Added by J on May 08, 2016 4:03 PM
Thank you so much for the transfers. <3
|J||Scott's at Brushy Creek Ocilla Ga|
hi i hope i have not repeted myself with my requests for the Scott family at Brushy Creed at Ocilla. if i did i am sorry. i hated to do all of them at once but i was afraid i would forget to ask. thank you for putting them on find a grave.my son wants me to find all his dad's relatives for his Christmas presant and i am having a hard time on some of them. thank you J
Added by J on Oct 13, 2015 8:58 PM
|Greg Barrontine||RE: Ruth Laminack (43221063)|
Anytime.... Thanks for updating...
|Greg Barrontine||Ruth Laminack (43221063)|
would you please update the parents of my great aunt?
Pulasco Lee Roberts 19834513
Hessie Lambert Roberts 28961426
|June Harper||Willis C. Gray|
Willis C. Gray born 1819 son of Gibson Gray, married Mary Ann (Vann) Roberts October 9, 1852 by J. E. Bass J.P.
Willis C. did have children before this wedding date.-no mention of their mother's name.
This info obtained from "A Gray Family History" by Emily Martin. pages 50, 51 and 52.
I did not see a death date on Willis C. Gray's grave-and have found no record of that.
|June Harper||Mary Luke|
Please move Mary Luke from Irwin County Luke Cemetery to Ben Hill County Luke Cemetery.
|Pam Tanner||Willis Gray father of John Willis Gray??|
I am wondering if you can help me with this.... John Willis Gray was the son of Willis Gray # 40812583. But, John was born 14 yrs after Willis died (according to findagrave)??
Familysearch caught this... I would not have!
will appreciate our help,
|June Harper||Gaff Graves|
The graves of
Samuel Gaff #50437785
Mary Jane Troupe Gaff # 33035714
are all buried at the Old Field Cemetery and not in Evergreen
I don't believe that these beautiful old monuments have been moved.
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