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Brenda A. Darbyshire (#47229861)
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If you want a transfer, use the edit button or I will not do them.

In the future, please use the change buttons that FAG has provided. Since Ancestry has bought FAG there are triple the number of changes. I have 30 to do on my edits at the top and this is since yesterday afternoon. If you do not understand, then go read what FAG tell you about these new additions.

I do check these to see if they are correct, so if it seems to be in error, I will decline them.
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David Brown
Cleveland Crisp Brown
Thank you for posting the transcription - it is the only "hard" evidence we have of his existence. If you ever come across the source again - I would appreciate it if you would send the publication information.
Thanks also for responding to my message!
Best Regards,
Added by David Brown on Aug 22, 2014 7:40 AM
David Brown
Cleveland Crisp Brown FAG #47103579
Good morning,
Would you please tell me what your source(s) were for the abovementioned (my grand uncle) and the other memorials that you added for the Johnson Family Cem. in Cordele? My 2nd cousin visited this cemetery yesterday and, contrary to statements made by internet postings concerning this cemeteries possible demise, found the cemetery very much intact but no marker for the abovementioned.
Thank You in advance!
Added by David Brown on Aug 21, 2014 7:31 AM
Tom & Gloria Smith
Wendell Zeagler
I am sorry, but I did not understand your comment. Please explain.
Added by Tom & Gloria Smith on Aug 21, 2014 5:37 AM
Sara and Harvey Causey
RE: Harmony Cemetery
I just noticed that she spelled the name--Harmory rather than Harmony.
Added by Sara and Harvey Causey on Aug 19, 2014 7:30 AM
Sara and Harvey Causey
RE: Harmony Cemetery
The names listed in Find A Grave definitely don't match the ones listed for this cemetery in Against Oblivion, the Calhoun County history book. We will go out there soon and check it out.
Added by Sara and Harvey Causey on Aug 19, 2014 7:10 AM
sheila krebs
annie leela stringfellow is the wife of HJ Stringfellow (henry jackson stringfellow) who is buried next to her .How can a photo of his grave be put on the site.
Added by sheila krebs on Aug 18, 2014 9:29 PM
RE: William Henry Tison
Hi Brenda any chance you went back to Oak/Riverside the only pictures I found were her daughters family Daniels. Cat
Added by Cat on Aug 18, 2014 3:39 AM
Glenn Massey
Thomas Edward Massey # 21568848

Thank you so much for the great memorial photo. God Bless.

Glenn Massey & Family
Added by Glenn Massey on Aug 16, 2014 8:30 AM
June Harper
RE: Links
Thanks. I will try that. I'm sure you know-appreciate you sharing this.
Added by June Harper on Aug 15, 2014 7:41 PM
Pine Level Duplicates
I surely admit that the memorials were misspelled originally. I got my data from GenWeb and entered as was written there. At my age and condition I can no longer visit each gravesite to ascertain spelling and do admit that I rely heavily on those who can. My main objective is to see that the fallen ones are remembered. That is all. I do what I can to bring back the life of those who can no longer tell their story. It appears you saw that mine were misspelled but entered them again rather than have me edit mine. But what do I know. I don't have tens of thousands of entries and could care less of the numbers. If you wish, I will delete my duplicates, but I only hope you will transfer my bio and all the work I have put into my entries rather than just go out and take a photo.

Added by Gordon on Aug 13, 2014 9:36 AM
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