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Since retiring from the fire service, providing grave information and photos has become a passion. If you know of any mistake, please let me know and I will correct it. I will also transfer management of your ancestors to you if you wish. |
Some info is from transcribed county records.
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|George S. Ellington||Thank you|
I just wanted to say thank you for getting the photo of Elizabeth Harrison for me she is my great great great grandmother!
|Carol Peppers||Vera Nesmith Howell|
these are the links to her parents graves. She was my dad's sister.
Her parents were
James Fulton Howell Sr. # 31277776
Edna Joiner Howell # 31277739
Please add connection. Thanks
James Allen Rollins told me Mack was buried in Montgomery Cemetery. When I searched the old Rootsweb.com Cemeteries, Mack and his wife were also shown as buried in Montgomery Cemetery. I saw that Angie had added them to Ochlocknee Cemetery, the other day, so I called Alice Bass Johnson Horne today and she said she didn't know why anyone listed her parents them with her Grandfather.
Did you know, when you added the floral tribute they were not in this cemetery?
I am amazed at all of this, cause back when I surveyed Montgomery Cemetery, I could of sworn those graves were there. As usual no one is kind enough to tell you they are in the wrong cemetery, when they can go and list them for themselves. Numbers really do matter for some, don't they.
I am no longer adding anyone that is not closely related to be or very close friends. So, If I have someone you want, please let me know and I will transfer them.
Added by Winnette on Oct 17, 2014 2:12 PM
|Tony Cassidy||RE: Memorial|
Hi GA Firefighter
Grave of Carlton Monroe Henson Jr
I think that I have sorted out much since I initially posted the note on FindaGrave. It is obvious that his sister and their parents are buried there and they also placed a memorial plaque (I understand that you may call it a cenotaph) for Carlton on their grave. The crash grave headstone can fairly easily be found with a quick Google of Clare Roots Society Drumcliffe; Empress of the Skies; Pan Am 1948 crash at Shannon; Drumcliff (or Drumcliffe - it is spelled both ways Cemetery Ennis, Co Clare;
|Tony Cassidy||Carlton Monroe Henson Jr|
Dear GA Firefighter
I have come across the memorial plaque for Carlton Monroe Henson Jr -"buried at Ennis Co Clare Ireland" - that you have placed on Findagrave on 4/12/2014 .
I live in Ennis Co Clare Ireland myself and wrote a book on the tragic Pan American Airways "Empress of the Skies" accident on 15 April 1948 at nearby Shannon Airport which lead to so many being buried far from home. Titled "From a Rock to a Hard Place", it was published last year by the Clare Roots Society of Ennis IRE in April 2013 to commemorate the 65th anniversary and is now sold out. Quite a lot can be found by Googling Pan Am crash Shannon 1948 or Drumcliffe or any of the associated names and a fine photograph of the large grave headstone is on-line.
I would like to learn more about the memorial plague that you photographed, where it is located and who was behind the placing of this wonderful memorial.
66+ years on and we still have people flying over to visit their loved ancestors and indeed tomorrow I am meeting a grandson from the USA coming especially, whom has never been to Ireland before.
I look forward to hearing from you. Tony Cassidy
|G-Man||GILLIAM ELVIS LEWIS|
GA FIREFIGHTER, GGOD AFTERNOON. JUST A QUICK NOTE TO ADD INFO TO A FEW FILES MY GRANDFATHER WAS GILLIAM ELVIS LEWIS, BROTHER TO GRACE DRIVER. THEY WHERE SON AND DAUGHTER OF MILLON BASCOE LEWIS AND JARADA MATTIE FINCH LEWIS. MILLON BASCOE LEWIS WAS SON OF GILLIAM AUGUSTUS LEWIS AND TEMPIE JANE HOGG LEWIS. IM CARRYING ON THE GILLIAM NAME MY FULL NAME IS GILLIAM GREGORY CALLAHAN. HOPE THIS INFO HELPS G-MAN
Added by G-Man on Sep 02, 2014 1:39 PM
|Tracie Curnell||Gilbert G Lewis Cemetery|
I found this one today. Are you the one that created the cemetery page? Can you add something to the directions? PRIVATE PROPERTY--THERE IS A LARGE GUARD DOG RUNNING LOOSE!!!!
If you can do that, please and thank you. If not, do you know who can?
I'll post the pictures now.
|Winnette||Joe W Robinson, Little Ochlocknee|
I finally found his place of death and will be transferring him to you. He died in Pinellas Co., Fl. There is an Angie Robinson who does a lot of Find A Grave for the Bass line in that area. I have not looked for his wife Rosa Brinson Robinson
Added by Winnette on Jun 23, 2014 9:03 AM
|Janie Alley||RE: Richard Bass|
I am the youngest daughter of Annie Inez who married Otto Tillie. I still have two sisters who are living in Lake City, FL. Don't know if you ever remember any of our family. For some reason we never had much contact with some of our relatives. My family was Lillian, Lila, Lola, Bobby, Mary Kate and myself. Lola and Mary Kate are the two in FL. We lived all our lives in Thomasville and I remember Granddaddy and Grandmother and some of my mom's brothers and sister. Here's hoping we can share some family history. I belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) and we have the biggest source for genelogy. Hope to hear from you again.
|Cindy Hinton||Sylvia June Price, Memorial #51384667|
Sylvia June Price was the daughter of my husband's grandparents. Would you add that she was born June 20, 1939 in Johnston County, NC and died July 9, 1939 in Raleigh, Wake County, NC? Thank you.
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