|Roy Rowlett (#46945367)|
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|Ben Adams||Adams Cemetery|
Where is the Adams Cemetery Located at? I have family buried there and would love to see the stones.
|Mark Rader||RE: Wm Rowlett grave maker.|
We have found the office of affairs @ Resthaven to be not very helpful, unless a family member contacts the office for information.
|Clarence Bailey||RE: Douglas Family|
My GGG Grandfather Henry Bailey married Nancy Douglas around 1800. I have not been able to locate him. This information I found on my GG Grandfather's Richmond Bailey's memorial entered there by a relative of my GG Grandmother thus a distant cousin. I found marriage certificates on Henry Bailey and Nancy Douglas on Ancestry.com, but that's all I have. I don't doubt some family connections because it seems I've found half of South Georgians are distant relatives. I never realized the had many branches there are in family trees when you reach back three and four generations. If your Douglas roots are in South Georgia then I don't doubt a family connection. If you find any thing about my GGGG Grandmother Nancy Douglas please let me know. Until further notice; Thanks Cousin. Clarence
|Clarence Bailey||RE: Douglas l|
|Clarence Bailey||Henry Seawell|
I took photos for Henry's wife Nancy and son Henry, Jr. Clarence.
|Roberta Pechota||Brown family photo's|
Hi Thanks so much for taking the photo's of Sarah gassaway and John Riggs Brown's headstones and for trying to find Henry Gassaway Brown's! i really appreciate your time and effort!
You have made my day!
|Rhonda||RE: Metz Cemetery|
I will ask a friend if they can get the address for me.
Added by Rhonda on Mar 27, 2012 1:29 PM
|Valerie McCullough||Jane Adams|
Thank you so much for your effort to find this grave. I really appreciate your taking the time to search.
Thank you for the information on Connally in Atlanta. I tried to look at his memorial tonight but it is gone. I will add the updated info to my records. C J Smith
|Marcia Moore||John Riggs Brown|
Roy, thank you so much for taking and posting the picture of John Riggs Brown's headstone.
I'm John's three-times-great-granddaughter, descended from his daughter Louisa and Caleb Davis. (William, William Jr., Cornelia, me.) Are you also a descendant?
As you probably know, John Riggs Brown was 2nd Lt. in Capt. Larkin Hammond's Co., 3rd Regiment, Cavalry Division, Maryland Militia. He was mortally wounded defending Baltimore in September 1814 and died a few weeks later.
I am applying to join the US Daughters of 1812 (very big right now!) as his descendant.
I look forward to learning more about this American patriot, and, I hope, to getting in touch with others who share my interest.
Thank you again.
Marcia G. Moore
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