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I am another lover of history and genealogy. After 25 years of research, I have a pretty good idea of how I came to be, and it's been fascinating!|
The majority of the memorials that I have posted are of people who are related to me. If you want to ask about them, use either the Edit button on their page or leave a message here. If you send me new information using the Edit button, please make sure that it's based on a good source. I will probably ask you for it.
One request: Please do NOT post death certificates on my memorials. I do not consider them a good use of a picture. Most my memorials already have all the information from the person's death certificate (if it exists). Please do not post any other documents either, such as census pages.
Two of my favorite verses: "For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him." (John 3:17) and "Yet to all who received Him, to those who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God." (John 1:12)
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|Allan||Gilbert Pierce Williams|
Thanks for the information about Jane Lyles' first spouse. I had the information about Gilbert and Janes ' two sons, but I did not know the name of their father. The GA Archives on line records for Gwinnett Co start in 1843 and I know they were not married in Jackson Co., unless the marriage wasn't recorded. After your suggestion I did find Gilbert in the 1830 census for Gwinnett Co with one male 20-30 and one female 15-20 which would match Jane's age at that time.
Added by Allan on Jun 28, 2016 11:34 PM
|Bobby||RE: Hiram Howard Williams|
Ok I take them off I was sent the info that they was I taken them off
Added by Bobby on Jun 27, 2016 8:17 PM
|I Wilson||RE: William and Rachel Whitfield|
Thank you for this information. I have found other articles in newspapers but not this one. Do you have a connection with this family? Irene
Added by I Wilson on May 25, 2016 9:43 PM
|Donna Randall||RE: Malcolm Manasses Luzader|
That's fine with me that you posted his picture.
Of course I read where the info came from. It is not my decision, Find A Grave guidelines plainly states the only photo copy allowed on the memorial is that of the Death Certificate.
I just sent an email to the Thomas County Historical Society and asked for his picture. I know they had it a couple years ago. If they send me a copy, I will add it and let you know.
Thank you for being so co-operative. Some are not.
Have a pleasant week.
Added by Winnette on May 16, 2016 6:40 PM
|dtmoon1||RE: Tubal C. Corley|
Martha Frances Corley, daughter of M. B. Starnes and Bethany Graham Starnes (one of my cousins), was first married to Benjamin Bryant in 1852 with whom she had at least three children (these are listed with her in the 1860 and 1870 U.S. Censuses). He died in 1855, and she married the older Tubal C. Corley (1790-1884) in 1858. He had a son, T. C. Corley Jr. with this wife.
Nancy Griffin, the older Tubal Corley's first wife, I know little about other than they married in 1821 and had a daughter, Catharine in 1830. The family is in Newton County in the 1850 census.
The woman listed as his wife, Sophronia Jane Argo Corley, was married to a different Tubal C. Corley (1817-1880) and are both buried in Union Grove Cemetery near Lithonia. They have matching headstones. They married in 1849 and had at least 3, maybe 4, children. His mother was a woman named Sarah (born in 1789). They are all in the 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880 U.S. Censuses, except mother Sarah who appears for the last time in 1860.
I'm not sure how the older Corley and the younger Corley are connected, but you'd think with such unusual names that they are.
Added by dtmoon1 on May 14, 2016 12:10 PM
|Tiffany Nash||RE: Margaret Sanford Matthews|
Thank you for checking on that. I believe I am in error and confused her daughter-in-law Mary Elizabeth with her when I was reading "The Georgia Descendants of Edward Nash...". Their names are right on top of one another. I will be more careful in the future. Thanks again!
|Mike Moon||RE: William Coleman White|
It is not online. It is from the 45 years of historical data and work that I had done with those individuals. I have thousands of records from these folks who pioneered the work of discovering our past history.
|Mike Moon||RE: William Coleman White|
I don't mind telling you where the photo came from. It was from Vessie Thrasher Rainer's records and the records of Franklin Garrett. The photo was improved by the UGA and made more enhanced. Now for any other thing you might have to say you have your own opinion, but I trust those sources.
|tami seymour||RE: Minnie C. Ballard|
Thank you for letting me know. I copied it to my personal records. Her brother Francis Lucien Ballard is my husbands 3rd great grandfather.
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