|James Smith (#46934670)|
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I am a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving in the U.S Air Force from 1968-1972, as an Avionics Mechanic/Technician (B-52 D Model) and ended my service as a Staff Sergeant. I have just recently started my search for my family and others and have fell in love with finding and writing about my ancestors and the others I find along the way. I have just celebrated 47 years of service with the company I work for. I work with computers all the time and wonder how we ever functioned without them, and I do remember when we didn't have them. I have special friends on-line and we all help with keeping our projects going and helping others whenever we can.|
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Thanks for linking Mary to her father. Martha
Added by Martha on Nov 20, 2014 8:12 PM
|Robin Knowles Miner||65589007 Mary Gatchell|
You have added the wrong photo for this grave - check dates. They do not match, Thanks for all you do!
|WILLIAM K. Bowen||Samuel Alexander Hendrix Memorial|
Thank you for transferring Samuel's find-a-grave memorial.
|Connie Carver||Eliza Belle Smith Stone|
James, Aunt Belle was my mom Mary M. Smith Carver older sister and the daughter Nancy Jane Carver Johnson Smith, and sister to George Christopher Smith, Hattie Jane Johnson Goodyear, Lewis S. Smith, Ben Aggie Smith, Simon Smith, Annie Mze Smith Morgan. Her husband was Hardy Stone
|Connie Carver||George Christopher Smith|
James, George Christopheer Smith was my uncle my mom Mary M. Smith Carver baby brother they share the same brithday four year apart . My grandmother was Nancy Jane Carver Johnson Smith she was born in Douglas, Coffee County, Georgia the daughter of Jesse and Hariett Mixon Carver. Uncle George was youngest of eight childern . Who are your parents and grandparents on the Smith side the family? My Carvers come Douglas , Coffee, Georgia .Most my siblig was born Douglas,Georgia my parents their untill the early 1950"s they moved to Florida in 1958. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Olivia Williamson Braddy||Elizafield Slave Burial Ground|
Thank you for sending me this link. This is very interesting. If only they'd marked all of the graves.
|Olivia Williamson Braddy||Elizafield Burial Ground, Glynn Co., GA|
Did this start out as a slave cemetery?
|Judy Nation||Agnes Pearl Tanner Smith|
I found the photo of her with her family. I am helping a cousin of my son to find the children of Berry Hampton Tanner and Penny Gaskins. Do you know anything about them? They were Coffee County, then Bickley residents. Penny is even more elusive as a child. Found her in 1870, then 1900,1910, 1920, 1930. Do not know her father's name. Mother is Delilia. Thanks, Judy
|PK||Permission to use photo of Benjamin W. Dexter|
I wonder if I could have your permission to include your photo of the gravestone of Benjamin W. Dexter in a report I am writing on his family history?
Added by PK on Aug 09, 2014 10:36 AM
I sent you a email message, As what I wanted to speak to you about is alittle more private at the moment. Please take a look
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