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Daren Randal Griffin (#47894303)
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Bio Photo I enjoy running around outside with my teenage boys playing basketball, baseball, soccer, football and hunting.
Ancestor searching started with my Uncle Mike about 10 years ago then recently I went to Christiansburg, VA for my childs baseball tournament and my mom said that is where she grew up. Mom and Uncle Roger took me around the Mountain Lake, VA area their old stomping ground and I took pictures of grave sites of my relatives, Huffman, Meredith, Kirk, etc. I posted them and relatives, such as Donna Stoessner, I did not know existed emailed me wondering how I knew the person in the photos. She helped with my tree on the Meredith - Kirk side. That was exciting. On my fathers side, Griffin - Curlee - Helms - Plyler - Belk - etc, I went to Monroe, NC and visited relatives and received photos. I got hooked up with a relative, Billie Ranson, she led me to a DNA test tracking an ancestor to Richard Griffin 1752. She has also been a great help with my tree.
I have received much data through this site and enjoy giving back when someone needs a photo.
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Nancy Protzman
GEORGIA GORDON'S HEADSTONE

Dear Darin,

Thanks so very much for taking this picture. I really appreciate all the work the Find-a-Grave volunteers do.

Happy diggin'
Nancy
Added by Nancy Protzman on Jun 07, 2014 9:42 PM
Valyncia Morrison
RE: Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
Hi Daren how are you? Sorry I am just getting back with you on Find A Grave. I haven't been on this site in a while. I appreciate your efforts to locate my great great great grandmother's grave.

But like you said most of the graves are now just crumbled to read and I am sure her may be also since she died somewhere in the late 1800's, but hoping to find some clue.

On the census it said she was last listed in Hamilton, Harris County, Georgia I don't know if that would help but I have a family tree on Ancestry.com if you would like to look at the census that might give you some clues.

By the way did you so happen to see a grave for a Silas Greenleaf/Greenlee?

I forgot I was actually thinking about my other great great great grandmother Delphia Greenleaf and not the one I requested you to look for Fannie Greenlee/Greenleaf. Have you came across a Delphia Greenleaf.

Sincerely,

Valyncia
Added by Valyncia Morrison on Apr 03, 2014 4:54 PM
Valyncia Morrison
RE: Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
Hi Daren how are you? Sorry I am just getting back with you on Find A Grave. I haven't been on this site in a while. I appreciate your efforts to locate my great great great grandmother's grave.

But like you said most of the graves are now just crumbled to read and I am sure her may be also since she died somewhere in the late 1800's, but hoping to find some clue.

On the census it said she was last listed in Hamilton, Harris County, Georgia I don't know if that would help but I have a family tree on Ancestry.com if you would like to look at the census that might give you some clues.

By the way did you so happen to see a grave for a Silas Greenleaf/Greenlee?

Sincerely,

Valyncia
Added by Valyncia Morrison on Apr 03, 2014 4:47 PM
Valyncia Morrison
RE: Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
Hi Daren how are you? Sorry I am just getting back with you on Find A Grave. I haven't been on this site in a while. I appreciate your efforts to locate my great great great grandmother's grave.

But like you said most of the graves are now just crumbled to read and I am sure her may be also since she died somewhere in the late 1800's, but hoping to find some clue.

On the census it said she was last listed in Hamilton, Harris County, Georgia I don't know if that would help but I have a family tree on Ancestry.com if you would like to look at the census that might give you some clues.

By the way did you so happen to see a grave for a Silas Greenleaf/Greenlee?

Sincerely,

Valyncia
Added by Valyncia Morrison on Apr 03, 2014 4:41 PM
Valyncia Morrison
RE: Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
Hi Daren how are you? Sorry I am just getting back with you on Find A Grave. I haven't been on this site in a while. I appreciate your efforts to locate my great great great grandmother's grave.

But like you said most of the graves are now just crumbled to read and I am sure her may be also since she died somewhere in the late 1800's, but hoping to find some clue.

On the census it said she was last listed in Hamilton, Harris County, Georgia I don't know if that would help but I have a family tree on Ancestry.com if you would like to look at the census that might give you some clues.

By the way did you so happen to see a grave for a Silas Greenleaf/Greenlee?

Sincerely,

Valyncia
Added by Valyncia Morrison on Apr 03, 2014 4:40 PM
T Billings
Pickard Cemetery
Sorry I misunderstood,I see you just added a picture of the old tombstone to her memorial. I think that's okay. Be careful walking around over there. I know there are some unmarked graves. I have been trying to find out who else was buried there.
Added by T Billings on Feb 01, 2014 6:00 PM
T Billings
RE: Pickard Cemetery
Emmie Blackmon Billings had everyone she could exhumed and moved to Park Hill. The only 3 left at Pickard are Mariah Pickard, the first Emeline Pickard Livingston which is unmarked and her twin sister Caroline Pickard West. They were all in wooden coffins and could not be moved. Please don't add any more to the Pickard Cemetery. Thanks so much for your interest.
Added by T Billings on Feb 01, 2014 5:31 PM
david loveless
yarborough cemetery
Hey randal i was wandering if you could give me specific directions to this cemetery the directions on the memorial is not helpful i tried to find it the other day but didnt want to pull into peoples driveways
Added by david loveless on Dec 24, 2013 8:25 AM
Valyncia Morrison
RE: Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
Hi Daren how are you? Thanks so much for your time I truly appreciate you skill and time. Did you and find any other Greenlee's/Greenleaf in any of your other quest? As you mentioned in prior message maybe my great grandmothers stone may possibly be disintegrated through time. If you come across the surnames please let me know.

Sincerely,

Valyncia
Added by Valyncia Morrison on Nov 22, 2013 8:38 PM
Valyncia Morrison
Search for Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
Hi Daren, I appreciate the ancestry search. Was the
cemetery in Muscogee, Columbus, Georgia or Harris County, Georgia. I thought it was the on in Harris County, because that was were she was born. I found her death certificate and it said she was buried at Mt. Olive Cemetery and I looked this cemetery up on Google and there is one in Columbus,Georgia also.


Fannie Greenleaf/Greenlee
b. 1867, d. 1928

Added by Valyncia Morrison
Nov 07, 2013
Added by Valyncia Morrison on Nov 09, 2013 8:59 AM
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