|Bertha Avery-Hood||Oliver Brown|
Thank you for taking the time out to look for Mr.Brown. Sad there are so many folks with no stones or missing one
Thanks Again Bertha
Claudia ... Thank you for fulfilling my request for taking a photo of Andrew Jackson Hancoc's tombstone and including all the other Hancocks.
Thanks so much for the nice photo honoring Quinton Cotton.
Added by Sue on Jan 31, 2012 5:55 PM
|Janet||Mary Pritchard McGouirk|
Claudia - thank you (and your husband) so much for searching for this grave. I suspect she's buried in one of the field stone plots you mentioned, especially since the stone you photographed of Jane McGouirk Norton (Mary's mother-in-law) says that Jane and husband Andrew are buried in a 20 foot radius of the stone!
I appreciate your efforts. I'm really trying to track down info on Mary's father, Raford Pritchard, who I suspect is my ancestor (Philip T. Pritchard)'s father. I've found a couple of Raford/Raiford/Rayford/Raeford Pritchard/Prichard/Pritchett/etc in Campbell County (or anywhere else in GA) in the 1830's, 40's, 50's but they're not the right ages.
What fun these brick walls are.
Added by Janet on Jan 30, 2012 6:40 PM
|Karen Howard||Leah Rice Gravestone|
I was thrilled to get the photos of Leah Bomar Rice's gravestone. She was my husband's great great great grandmother.
|Guy Shaw||North graves|
Thank you so much for the pictures of the graves of W. O. and Nancy North.
Added by Guy Shaw on Dec 25, 2011 8:16 AM
|Lanie||Mildred Feely Perry|
Thanks for posting the photo of the grave of Mildred Feely Perry at Douglasville Cemetery. It is appreciated!
Added by Lanie on Nov 29, 2011 8:16 PM
|Ann Elizabeth Conway||McKelvey family|
Thanks so much for the pics of the McKelvey family. Much appreciated.
Ann Elizabeth Conway
Thank you for the photos of my cousin and her daughter. Quick respone. It is much appreciated.
|sem||E. Shelton Bannister|
Thank you for taking time to get this photo. SM-S. Carolina
Added by sem on Oct 19, 2011 4:17 AM
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