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Jerry Barnard (#47102223)
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Elizabeth Scott
Oliver T Bacon
Judge Oliver T. Bacon was a Chatham County Commissioner and a founding father of Bacon Regional Park. I want to know more about him and I have a feeling you are a key.

Elizabeth Scott
Director - Historian
Bacon Park Association
Added by Elizabeth Scott on Jul 05, 2014 3:32 AM
island girl
James Family
Hi Jerry, I am trying to find more information on my James ancestors from Pierce County and noticed you had quite an extensive family history listed for Ransom James. I have come across his name a few times and I'm not sure, but I believe he may have been a brother or 1st cousin to my 3rd great grandfather, Reuben James b. 1835. His father was Moses James. Do any of these names ring a bell with you?
My great grandfather, John Faulkner, married Julia James, daughter of Reuben James and Mary ?
Thank you!
Added by island girl on Jun 28, 2014 9:06 PM
Lisa Dial Minix
Eva Irene Johnson Hinson # 69920144
Hi Jerry, guess the last time I saw you was at the Confederate Grave Ceremony held at Mt Pleasant 11/7/2009 in Waycross. I had seen where you had added Aunt Eva and had wondered if you could join her with her parents William Oliver Johnson 95289024 and Dolly Christian Johnson 95289051. Thank you and take care. Lisa
Added by Lisa Dial Minix on Jun 15, 2014 3:13 PM
Winona Nunez-Pittman
RE: James Lamar Nunez
I would love to have daddy's memorial page if you don't mind transferring it to me. I promise to take good care of it.

Have a great day!!!
Added by Winona Nunez-Pittman on Apr 22, 2014 9:18 AM
Winona Nunez-Pittman
James Lamar Nunez
Good morning Mr. Jerry,

I was wondering if I could send you daddy's obit to have it put on his page? I would love to see it on there? It would mean a lot to Merinda, Jeff and me. Thanks!! Darlene Nunez-Pittman
Added by Winona Nunez-Pittman on Apr 22, 2014 8:28 AM
Melissa Mengle
RE: Norman Rogers Sweat
Thank you very much. If you have an email I explain the connection if you write to me at

Thank you so much, Melissa
Added by Melissa Mengle on Apr 04, 2014 3:54 PM
Melissa Mengle
RE: Norman Rogers Sweat
Thank you for getting back to me. Actually,I am not a family member. I am helping one of my family members find a Norman Sweat who served in Bayern, Germany in 1963. If you have anyone in your family who may know for sure, It would be greatly appreciated. They think he was in the Air Force.
Added by Melissa Mengle on Apr 04, 2014 3:44 PM
Melissa Mengle
Norman Rogers Sweat
Hi. I was wondering if you are a family member of memorial Norman Rogers Sweat 1933-1969. I saw you left virtual flowers for him. He died in the Air Force, and I was wondering if you knew if he served in Germany in 1963? Thank you, Melissa
Added by Melissa Mengle on Apr 04, 2014 2:31 PM
Sandra Brown
RE: My Gma Lily
Callaway County, Missouri
Up near the Jefferson City area.
Added by Sandra Brown on Mar 22, 2014 6:02 PM
Sandra Brown
RE: My Gma Lily
Well, I just called my mom, Venita Benbrook, age 79, and this is her directions. (First of all, she said Jerry, Robert & Roger are her cousins (Harry's boys)) She hopes you are that Jerry. lol
Anyway, her directions are: Take the road west out of New Bloomfield, turn R where the the pavement ends. Continue then turn L at the first road. When you get to the T, turn R. The cemetery is down the road on the left.

Now, how's that for an ol' timer's directions.
I'll see if I can get you some official directions. But that is what I have for now.
I noticed it seems as though my Aunt Mella Fern was the last one buried there.

Also the reason my Gma & Gpa Neely likely weren't listed there and I had to add them was my Gpa was originally buried at "Bull" because Zion was to muddy. Per my gma's wishes to be buried in Zion his body and their stone was moved to Zion. Which is now where they both rest.
Added by Sandra Brown on Mar 22, 2014 5:55 PM
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