|C. Harris Collier, III (#48199567)|
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I am a native and resident of the Classic City of Athens, Georgia. Instilled by my late paternal great grand aunt Lizzie Lurline Collier 121324440 of Jefferson, Georgia, I have a deep love for genealogy. I have deep roots in my native Georgia going back well into the 18th Century, but am also blessed to have roots in the Great Commonwealths of Kentucky, Virginia, and Massachusetts, and in the Great States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New Hampshire. I also have deep roots in England (Royal Lineage), France (Royal Lineage), Germany, Northern Ireland, Scotland (Royal Lineage), and Spain (Royal Lineage). |
Please let me know if I may be of help to you. Take care and God Bless!
Curtis Harris Collier, III
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|L Ferree||Amelia Pate|
You left a correction for me, which I accepted, to change the name on the memorial to Amelia Pate from "Mrs. M C Pate". When I accepted it, I mistakenly thought the M C was referring to her husband. But the stone does say her name was M C. Do you suppose her name was Melia, or was there a nickname Millie or some such? Findagrave rules say the memorial should be the same as the stone (although they make an exception for a woman buried under her husband's name,) so I would like to amend it so that the name matches the initials. Would appreciate some guidance.
Added by L Ferree on Sep 02, 2014 3:56 PM
|Bobbie O'Barr||RE: John C. Walters # 34398392|
I have been told that his middle name was Cawthon, and it does seem plausible. But, like you, I haven't seen any documentation for this, only John C. in all the records. So I'm not sure about his middle name; if only people would cite their sources, we wouldn't have problems like this. Thanks for writing...Bobbie.
I have transferred the ones from Maxey's, and have three more in Lithonia that I can send to you but do not believe they are in your line.
The "Very Best" to you and all yours, Bud
Added by Bud on Sep 01, 2014 5:32 PM
If you are doing research on the Lyle's why not ask for a transfer. It would be much easier on both of us.
Read my bio page.
Happy Researching, Bud
Added by Bud on Aug 11, 2014 5:16 PM
|Carlton McKee||dates for Mary Rankin McKee|
I approved your changes, she is my gr-gr-gr-grandmother, I'm curious as to your source for these dates. Are you a descendant also?
|Pat Gillespie||RE: Stonecypher @ Andersonville|
You are welcome - and wishing you and your family a blessed Easter.
|Pat Gillespie||Stonecypher @ Andersonville|
Hi, I am still working on the Ebenezer Cemetery and I had posted a memorial for a Nellie Stonecypher. Stone reads she was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wilton Stonecypher. I found them at Stephens Memorial so I linked them. I see William Waldo was their child, and I thought you might want to see if Nellie is in your data base. A lot of obits don't say the person was preceded in death by a family member and that just sort of breaks my heart, that they don't remember them in the obit, especially when it's a little baby, doesn't even get acknowledged. Thanks.
I also think William Waldo's birth year is 1925 and not 1926. I have sent an edit on that.
|Pat Gillespie||RE: Collier's at Ebenezer|
Happy to help. Have a blessed Easter.
|Pat Gillespie||Collier's at Ebenezer|
I have transferred all memorials that I created there. I just noticed that there was already a memorial to Ben S. Collier. I didn't notice it at the time I made one for Benjamin S. Collier. What you need to do is go to the Ben S., since it was the first one posted, and request a transfer. Once you get all the info on that one, then just delete the one that I did and transferred mine to you. Sorry for the inconvenience.
|Pat Gillespie||Collier's at Ebenezer, Stephens Co, GA|
I have edited these but would you like me to transfer them to you? No relation to me.
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