1. DUPLICATE LISTINGS: We all make this mistake. If you ask me to delete a duplicate, please make sure that my entry was later than the other. If my entry was done first, I should not be asked to delete my work.
2. TRANSFERS: I will transfer managements of graves UNLESS I AM DIRECTLY RELATED. Please send your request by edit and I will check my family tree. If your requested name is not in my tree, I will gladly transfer it. If it is there, I will explain my relationship to that person and why I do not wish to transfer. Please understand my wish to keep my family grave listings. I am sure that if you had taken the time to walk the cemeteries, search the records and list the names, you would feel the same.
I appreciate all the kind additional information and corrections. (Sometimes we all suffer from fat-finger syndrome and miss the right key!) Forgive me if I have made an error on your loved ones grave. Let me know and I WILL CORRECT IT.
I am not as "owner" of graves, nor am I a "Collector" of names. I am a retired lady who has the time to comb records and record names that are not yet on this site. . How I hope someone finds their loved ones because of the few hours I spent typing.
The main names I am researching in my family: Knowles-Sandlin, Patterson - Brown, Gornto-Allen, Delaney-Roebuck, Entrekin- Martin, Beall-Watts and Holcombe -Watson.
And my husband's family, Miner-Hughes, Nail-Bibb, Freeman-Gantt and Rimel- Headrick.
We are pained to announce the death of Mrs. James Calnan. This is the second time Mr. Calnan has been called to follow a beloved wife's remains to their last resting place. May a kind Father support him in this his sore trial.
Please be sure to source that this came from GlynnGen.com, thanks!
She was not married to her nephew, Cornelius W. Calnan.
She was married to James M. Calnan, Sr. as his second wife, and together they had one son, Robert Emmet Calnan.
I have added the correct information through Find-A-Grave, but, I don't know if it will delete Cornelius as her husband or if you have to do this. Cornelius never married or had children as far as is known. He left his entire estate to his sisters.
There are so many mistakes with the info listed in this Oak Grove database (especially since so many people copied my early work), I'm trying to send updated info on the ones I catch.
Thanks for all of your work and I hope this helps!
As far as I know Dora Bell is buried in Arkadelphia Cemetery in Cullman County. I'm sorry but I don't have anything else on her except the names and dates of her husbands and two of her children, Lorene and Della.
Hugh Brown's Wife Sarah I believe without a doubt that Sarah Crawford was the wife of Capt. Hugh Brown. When I was at the Bryan-Lang Library in Woodbine in Sept. 2015 I found this:
Camden Co. Deeds, Book K, pg. 41. 10/5/1815: *John Crawford* to his nephew, John Brown (son of Hugh, Sr.) both of Camden, 250 acres, So. side of Satilla, also slaves, livestock and tools. Witness: Hugh Brown (Jr.) Hugh Brown Sr. died in 1812. (Brown Family files at Bryan-Lang Lib. Woodbine, GA)
It seems that John Crawford was the brother of Sarah. The Parrish family is involved with the Browns and the Crawfords and I am researching all of these connections. Maybe one day I will find it all! In the meantime, I truly believe that Hugh Brown was Ezekiel's father. My great- grandmother, Laura Grace Brown Peeples Nebeker, named one of her sons Hugh. There has got to be a connection, particularly since they all came from Woodbine. The Peeples and Brown families go way back and forward to today.