|Patti Sanders (#47239298)|
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We have been doing genealogy since 1980, mainly our families, getting to know our past; and finding our cousins which we have found many and enjoying the new friendships... We RV travel the east coast and enjoy taking photo requests at cemeteries near campgrounds we visit.|
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|SCavill||oh my god|
Sam Blackwell is my Great grandfather! I've never seen this picture and have to know more about it. I've been working of this family line for years. Please let me know if you have any additional pictures. Thank you! Sean
Added by SCavill on Oct 22, 2014 10:16 AM
|Ginger Malphrus||RE: LANGFORD|
If I didn't say thanks, I am saying thanks now.
|Cynthia Jennings||Cemetery Info Clarification|
I was wondering what you knew about Boiling Springs Baptist Church in Soperton, Georgia. I visited it today. I noticed another cemetery next to this church's cemetery. It was overgrown and not well-kept at all. In researching photos I took at both the well-kept and the not-so-well-kept, the not so kept ones are listed in both The Baptist Church Cemetery and others are listed in Boiling Springs Baptist Church. For instance, you have listed Barnell Phillips in the church's cemetery. I was just wondering how you got that info.
I have found one obituary attached to someone who is within a couple feet of Barnell and her obituary states she was buried in the Phillips Family Cemetery.
Thanks so much for your time.
Thanks for taking the pictures.
|Genevieve P. Crigler||Telia Mae Langford|
Thank you so much for adding pictures, Patti!:)
|Genevieve P. Crigler||Telia Mae Langford|
Hello Patti, I came across my ggrandmother but it is showing as Telia Mae COPE Langford. I am curious as to where the Cope came from? Her maiden name was Smith. Thank you, Gen
|Peka||RE: wm thomas campbell|
If you will go to "begin New Search" and enter the number 73162598, you will see that your memorial is still there and has not been deleted.
Added by Peka on Oct 09, 2014 9:33 AM
|Peka||RE: william thomas campbell|
I can't edit memorials that aren't mine (73027603) and you didn't delete yours (73162598).
Added by Peka on Oct 06, 2014 7:00 PM
|Ginger Malphrus||Ernest Richard Langford|
Found this: https://familysearch.org/photos/stories/1039289
Ernest is a Langford, but he was born a Brant
· May 17, 2013 5:01 AM · 0 Comments
Ernest was adopted shortly after his birth mother died in the same year of his birth (1889). Her name was Theodosia Elizabeth Cope and she was born in South Carolina in 1859. She is buried at the Beaver Dam Baptist Church which is near Grays, South Carolina. Her gravesite does not appear to have a stone marker. There are a few wooden markers at the cemetery. My Uncle Ollie Langford may know of her burial spot.
Ernest's father, Richard Ransom Brant, moved to Screven County GA and remarried. His son from his second marriage, Euley, came to Grahamville, SC to visit Ernest in the 1950s. His father, Richard Brandt, died in Collins, Tattnall County, GA on 27 October 1921; Richard was the son of Henry W Brant and Caroline Kearse.
Richard's second wife was Anne D. Golden. Their son was Euley Sidney Brandt. Euley died 17 January 1975 in Duval, Florida. Ernest's daughter, Telie Rebecca Langford Malphrus, told me in 2013 of how Euley had asked his dad, Richard, if he could have a brother or a sister. Richard told him that he would see what he could do. They rode mule and wagon from GA to Langfordville (just outside of Gillisonville, SC) around 1902 when Euley was about 5 years old. They asked the Landgords if Ernest could come home with them and stay. The Langfords agreed. The next morning Sally was packing the bags and she started to cry. Ernest had lived with them for 13 years. Ernest got on the wagon and left with his half brother, Euley, and his paternal father, Richard. When the wagon rounded the first curve, Ernest jumped off and said "I can't go, I can't go." He then ran back to the Langfords which was the only family he had ever known. When Euley came to Grahamville some 50 years later, he pretended to want to buy a mule from Ernest. Ernest, being a skilled mule trader was not fooled by Euley- Ernest knew that the man was not interested in the mules. Euley then revealed who he was and they visited.
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