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Paul K. Graham, CG, AG (#47083602)
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I am a professional genealogist in Salt Lake City, Utah. I previously lived in Atlanta, Georgia. Most of my research work is for clients, but I have contributed photographs of graves in the Tucker/Northlake area of DeKalb County, Georgia, historically known as Browning's District or Georgia Militia District 572.

I am happy to transfer memorials to direct descendants or close collateral descendants (for those who have no direct descendants). Just use the Submit a Correction form under the Edit tab and tell me how you are related.
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 • 196 Memorials Added
 • 235 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
 • 502 Photos
 • 7 Photo Requests
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 • 6 Virtual Cemeteries
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Phebe Smith
Sorry for the poor lighting conditions when I took the photo of Phebe Smith's headstone. I will try to retake during a time when the light is better!
Added by Jess on Jan 01, 2014 4:51 PM
Margaret Thomas
Hello Paul,

Margaret Thomas is my sons 3rd Great-Grandmothers and I maintain these memorials for him. I would be happy to add any information to the memorial, but would prefer to keep it for now. I am sure you will understand.

Do you have any of the older Thomas photos?

Do you happen to have an ancestry tree, I would love to share info with you. You might want to look at website as well for Thomas/Corley/Satterwhite info.

Thanks, Pam Smith (once a Satterwhite)

Added by PamSmith on Dec 28, 2013 6:36 PM
Donna Skinner Shuey
RE: Hodson
Oh you're welcome. I really wasn't expecting that either!
Added by Donna Skinner Shuey on Nov 02, 2013 8:57 PM
Joseph Stewart
Bagwell Family
Thank you for transferring the memorials at the Bagwell Family Cemetery.
Much appreciated.
Added by Joseph Stewart on Sep 21, 2013 11:27 AM
Johnson headstones
Paul, I'm sorry for the poor quality on the photos from Delhi cemetery. I didn't have anything to clean the stones with. We just happen to be out for a ride and stopped. I was glad to get the photos but will try to remember to take something with me to clean and snap some new ones.
Added by SuZ on Jul 28, 2013 7:44 AM
Marcus Snow
robert c duncan
can i use your pic on robert c duncan 10820643 on my ancestry page for him i will add your name as the picture taker. Marcus Snow
Added by Marcus Snow on Aug 17, 2012 7:49 PM
Marcus Snow
robert c duncan
Added by Marcus Snow on Aug 17, 2012 7:47 PM
Linda Hinkle
Pounds Cemetery in Gwinnett Co., GA
Thanks so much for the information about finding the entrance to the Pounds Cemetery. I did find it, and took lots of pictures. I did add 2 names/graves to the database here that I did not see previously, and some facts on their relationship to others in the graveyard. Thanks again.
Added by Linda Hinkle on Apr 15, 2012 11:57 AM
Linda Hinkle
Pounds Cemetery in Lilburn
I have been helping my friend with her family history search. Her great-great grandfather is buried at this cemetery. Would you be able to tell us how to get there? On the map with this site, it shows it in this office park off of Mountain Industrial. Is this correct, and if so, is there any sign to show where the cemetery is? Thanks so much.
Added by Linda Hinkle on Apr 08, 2012 6:18 PM
Searching the Past
RE: Cherokee Hairs
I really had no idea how to get to it, but the Lord led me in the perfect direction. I pulled into a drive that had a gate that was closed. I hit the buzzer and nothing happened. We left and drove down the road a little further, but "something" kept telling me to go back to that house. When we got back the gate was open and I pressed the buzzer again, but still no answer. So the crazy person that I am, I started up the drive way, which was way up a hill and then around a corner. The gentleman came outside and when I asked him if he knew where the cemetery was he got a really big smile on his face. He said, "follow my driveway around and it will take you straight to it" I was so happy!

Just goes to show that when you listen, God will lead the way!
Hope you have a blessed day!
Added by Searching the Past on Mar 27, 2012 4:34 PM
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