I have been researching my family history for several years. I especially enjoy finding old cemeteries that no one has visited in generations. Please contact me if I can take a picture of the gravesite of your loved. I would love to take a moment while taking the photo to tell your loved one they have not been forgotten.
I am also a descendant of civil war soldiers from the 36th, 43d, and 60th Tenn CSA regiments. I would love to connect with other descendants. Please see our 43d descendants website at www.43dtenn.com
Martha Brown & Family Thank you once again, Colleen for the photos. When you took Clementine M Moore's grave photo (memorial 143285856), you also included the Brown Family Plot. I will create memorials for them if not already created unless you want to do them yourself. Thomas Jessie Brown is her husband. Claude F. Brown is her son and Maggie Mae is his wife. Still researching who the other three are.
RE: Aleyzana Coooper Thank you for your reply. I am not sure what it means to "transfer" the memorial or what is involved. I think Madam Cooper would fare better under your control. I am sure I wouldn't do as good a job as you have done.
Aleyzana Coooper Aleyzana Cooper is my wife's great grand aunt. Thank you for the hard work you have done and the fine history you have written for Madam Cooper. We discovered her a few years ago as the wife of Augustus A Cooper and the mother of one year old John in the 1860 census of Walker County in Georgia but we did not know of her storied past. We are sorry to hear that she had a hard life but as a Civil War widow with a child to raise she provided for herself and her child the best way she knew how. The past isn't always pretty but it's better to know than to not know what our ancestors endured.
Walter and Rosa Wood Hello Colleen, I would like to thank you for getting the nice grave photos of Walter and Rosa Wood in Forest Hill Cemetery in Chattanooga. I can tell by reading your bio that you are a nice, thoughtful, and caring person. I like you. Thanks again!