|Curtis Jackson (#46552524)|
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Atlanta, Georgia native saluting the contributions of known and unknown individuals, pacifically the fundamental role that African American's have played in the making of the American republic. Many of these known and unknown individuals broke barriers in the political, educational and entertainment arenas, as well as built up their communities, and achieved beyond what others deemed impossible. All saluted, from the famous to the obscure, deserve our gratitude, for their lives clearly demonstrate in some way-through perseverance, fortitude and hard work that people can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to fulfill their dreams and share their gifts with the world. Find A Grave provides all of us a opportunity to learn about some of these individuals behind the struggles and triumphs that have helped shape the world in which we live. My hope is that more people will become more aware of the contributions that many of these individuals have made.|
Death teaches us to remember the things that matter the most.
Thank you to everyone who leaves tokens of remembrance for my memorials, especially my loved ones. Also a special thank you to those who have sponsored memorials of my deceased relatives. God Bless!
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|Bernard Johnson||Inez Andrews|
I was going to ask the same thing. And wondering if Albertina Walker had a final date on her crypt. Are you in Chicago or if not, know anybody who could?
Hi Curtis i was wondering does Inez Andrews have a tombstone on her grave? If so could you take a picture and post it. Thank you curtis.
|Robert H.||Syreeta Wright|
Hello Mr. Jackson, thank you very much for the beautiful photo of Syreeta Wright and the other beautiful pictures that you have set. I like your pictures very much. Kind regards and best wishes for the new year. Robert H.
|Pat Millican||RE: Willie Florence & Nathaniel Arnold|
You are very welcome.
|John S. Sims||Photo Inquiry|
Please sir, where did you acquire the photo of William H. Thompkins #7414250? Thank you for your attention.
|Cynthia Jennings||RE: Re: Bishop Hosley|
You may be interested in a blog that I just started about the residents of South View. It can be found at http://southviewcemetery.wordpress.com/. It's in its infancy stages, but I have been so fascinated by the people I am finding there. It also saddens me about how little South-View is being discussed, so I decided that I would take it upon myself to start the documentation trail. I am starting in the area where the Herndon's, Crogman's, Holsey's are buried. I am not sure how often you visit, but as I am beginning the research I am finding some very interesting people. I haven't had a chance to blog about it, but I can't wait to discuss William Sherman Cannon (and his line of successful sons). Do you know about them?
|Barb J "John 3:16"||RE: Condolences|
Thank you Curtis. We have some very good memories. God Bless You!
|Beverly Joe Vaughn ☮||RE: Re: Gravesite|
AWESOME!! Thanks so much! Someone took a lot of time an effort to make her stone. Some of my ancestors have handmade stones. A few have been replaced but we've all voted to leave the original there and just add the new.
Thanks for letting me know.
Have a wonderful weekend!!
|Beverly Joe Vaughn ☮||RE: Thank You|
Is there any way you can get a pic of it. I have some family buried in cemeteries that are kept up. I don't live near them so it's not easy to get anything done to help the situation.
Would love to see a pic of her stone. Have you submitted a request for a pic of it?
take care, Bev ~:}
|Beverly Joe Vaughn ☮||RE: Thank You|
You're so very welcome! Daddy was born in June of 1918, just a month after she died from that horrible flu pandemic. I read a book last year about that flu and the number of people that died in those few years is mind blowing. I'd never heard the real story I guess. In so many cemeteries I visit I see what seems like the graves of whole families that died around the time she passed. So sad.
Does your gr gram not have a stone?
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
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