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John Mallory Land (#46870015)
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Bio Photo John has been a genealogy hobbyist since 1990, and although he grew up in Texas, he considers Columbus, Georgia, "the old homeplace." He is also passionate about theater, particularly playwriting. He currently sits on the Executive Board for the Clapp's Factory Cemetery Preservation League (which he serves as President).
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Molly McLaughlin
May have found a least a family tree on ancestry that leads me to believe I have found a direct descendant through the daughter, Julia Iverson Patrick.

My personal e-mail shows....please contact me there to give you some details.
Added by Molly McLaughlin on Jun 28, 2016 11:05 AM
J. Hardaway
RE: Rebecca LLOYD & William S. LLOYD
I am contacting you by e-mail. Yes, I am related to both the Lloyds and the Iversons. I worked with you in the past on cemeteries in Muscogee County, GA. Look for my reply in your e-mail.
Added by J. Hardaway on Jun 27, 2016 6:51 AM
Barbara Samans
Mary Bruce's info
TX so much for grave info regarding the above! Much appreciated!
Barb :)
Added by Barbara Samans on Jun 26, 2016 12:11 AM
cindi scott
Ignatius Tinsley and Delilah Cook
John we have "talked' before I signed a CSA form for you in Muscogee Co., Georgia but anyway Delilah Cook was my ggggrandmother's sister
Added by cindi scott on Jun 25, 2016 12:32 PM
Linwood Cemetery
Thank you for adding the images of Thomas Franklin Smith's grave marker.

Added by patrick279 on Jun 24, 2016 12:30 PM
Guy Tant
RE: Mem. #119864608
Hi John, Thank you for making the change for William H C Hammock. After reading the newspaper article of his death I though it better to leave the "C" in his name.

On another note, sometime ago you made some changes to his step-daughter Elizabeth T Tant. Like you I discovered the marriage certificate for William Tant and Elizabeth Bass. I am convinced that her last maiden name was Bass as I have found her in the 1870 census in Lee county with her mother Martha E and William Hammock. So if you would make that change. Also, when gave you the information about Elizabeth, I realized that some of it was inaccurate. I think it best to delete the second paragraph entirely. The three ladies mentioned Perlie, Essie (Bessie) and Mosie are three different ladies. Perlie is mentioned in the 1880 Census Record, and appears to have died sometime between that year and 1900. I have as yet to turn up any records on her after the 1880 census. I have a hunch she is buried in the Girard cemetery. If find any information about her please let me know. Bessie was another daughter of William and Elizabeth, she as noted married Eugene Eddie Cary. She died at an early age and had one son Robie. Three weeks later Bessie's sister Daisy, married Eugene Cary lol. They had three children Douglas, Thomas and Inez. Daisy died at an early age as well. Shortly after Daisy's death Eugene married Mosie Cheek. Her actual name was Mollie. They had no children. I am sure a lot of these names are familiar to you. Elizabeth T Tant's ref" is 110158248.

I may have asked you at one time or another, how would I go about getting Phyliss East's book. If I remember she is a relative of yours.

Appreciate you diligence in helping with my ancestors.

Best Regards, Stu
Added by Guy Tant on Jun 21, 2016 4:35 PM
Rich Dohm
Linwood Cemetery ~ Judge Williams
Thanks for the great Williams lot photo (and the research added) to these memorials, I'm grateful. I always suspected they were unmarked, but had the hardest time getting someone to go look. Thanks for stepping up.
Added by Rich Dohm on Jun 17, 2016 8:11 AM
R. N. (Callahan) Males
Linwood Cemetery--Callahan Photos
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the graves for the Adolphus R. Callahan family in Linwood Cemetery. I appreciate it so very much!
Added by R. N. (Callahan) Males on Jun 17, 2016 12:10 AM
Tony Hargrove
Susan Philips
Thanks so much for the picture of Susan Philips marker. I really appreciate it!
Added by Tony Hargrove on Jun 16, 2016 6:49 PM
Ken Johnston
James Jones
Thank you so much for the pictures of James Jones's grave marker and his death certificate!

I am the great grandson of James H Jones.

Kenneth Johnston
Added by Ken Johnston on Jun 16, 2016 3:06 PM
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